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This beautiful shot is Russell Falls at Mount Field National Park in the upper Derwent Valley, just north of Hobart.  Russell Falls is an easy short walk from the entrance of one of Tasmania’s most treasured national parks. #discovertasmania #mountfield #russellfalls #tasmania Image Credit: Megan Snedden

This beautiful shot is Russell Falls at Mount Field National Park in the upper Derwent Valley, just north of Hobart. Russell Falls is an easy short walk from the entrance of one of Tasmania’s most treasured national parks. #discovertasmania #mountfield #russellfalls #tasmania Image Credit: Megan Snedden

Watkins Glen State Park is the most famous of the Finger Lakes State Parks. What…

Watkins Glen State Park is the most famous of the Finger Lakes State Parks. What…

natgeotravel:  Rain transitions the famous Uluru rock from red to blue.  Photograph by Julie Fletcher

natgeotravel: Rain transitions the famous Uluru rock from red to blue. Photograph by Julie Fletcher

Wattamolla Waterfall at Royal National Park, Australia - photo by Ewen Charlton, via Flickr

Wattamolla Waterfall at Royal National Park, Australia - photo by Ewen Charlton, via Flickr

Dove Lake, what a beautiful view you get of this lake when walking in Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, Australia.

Dove Lake, what a beautiful view you get of this lake when walking in Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, Australia.

water falls tazmania | ralphs falls ralphs falls is a spectacular waterfall that plummets ...

water falls tazmania | ralphs falls ralphs falls is a spectacular waterfall that plummets ...

You can get a great view of Cape Hauy in the spectacular Tasman National Park as you travel to the Tasman Peninsula.  The Cape Hauy Track leads from Fortescue Bay, just near the boat ramp. The walk passes through a variety of heath and woodland before coming to the magnificent views of steep cliffs and rock formations.

You can get a great view of Cape Hauy in the spectacular Tasman National Park as you travel to the Tasman Peninsula. The Cape Hauy Track leads from Fortescue Bay, just near the boat ramp. The walk passes through a variety of heath and woodland before coming to the magnificent views of steep cliffs and rock formations.

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