Mt Field National Park Including Russell Falls: Private Sightseeing and Photography tour from Hobart

Tours & Sightseeing in Hobart

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A full-day private tour to Mt Field National Park, exclusively for your group of 1-6 participants. Explore Tasmania’s oldest national park and an array of natural wonders – and see it all with a photographic perspective. You’ll travel in a private vehicle from Hobart and spend the day marveling at the sights and scenes like Russell Falls, Horseshoe Falls, tall tree forests and alpine moorland and glacial landscapes. Leisurely walks allow you to immerse yourself in the pristine environment. Your guide is a local photographer so you can take advantage of their knowledge to learn hints and tips for great photos throughout the day. 
You are collected from your Hobart CBD accommodation for a journey north-west of Hobart following the Derwent River through New Norfolk and the countryside of stunning landscapes that Tasmania is renowned for. Arriving at Mt Field National Park we make our way to Lake Dobson for a leisurely walk through a unique ‘Pandani Grove’ - it's a habitat for endemic flora, native birds and wildlife, maybe even a platypus will grace us with its presence. Your photographic inspiration will be awakened. Enjoy a specially prepared picnic lunch in the stunning surrounds then travel back down the mountain for another leisurely walk through a forest of ferns and fungi to the magnificent 3-tiered Russell Falls. Continue along the trail to pause at the spectacular Horseshoe Falls and into the Tall Trees Forest to stand in awe beneath towering eucalypts - the tallest flowering plant and one of the tallest trees in the world, known as swamp gum or mountain ash.

What’s included

  • All transport in a private vehicle
  • Professional guide (also a local photographer)
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off from Hobart CBD area
  • Entrance fees
  • National Park fees
  • Morning tea
  • Picnic Lunch
  • Bottled water

What’s not included

  • Personal purchases/Souvenirs