Access, Drive Times, National Parks

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Hobart International Airport

6 Hinkler Road

Cambridge

Tasmania

18 km from Hobart

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Launceston Airport

201 Evandale Road

Western Junction

Tasmania

13 km from Launceston

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Devonport Airport

Airport Road

Devonport

Tasmania

10.5 km from Devonport

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Devonport Sea Terminal

Esplanade

East Devonport

Tasmania

6 km from Devonport

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Burnie Airport

3 Airport St

Wynyard

Tasmania 7325

19 km from Burnie

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Launceston

Tasmania's second largest city and located in the beautiful Tamar Valley

Launceston to Hobart

2 hr 30 min

Launceston to Devonport

1 hr 20 min

Launceston to St Helens

2 hr 22 min

Launceston to Strahan

3 hr 35 min

Launceston to Burnie

1 hr 40 min

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Hobart

Tasmania's capital city

Hobart to Launceston

2 hr 30 min

Hobart to Devonport

3 hr 18 min

Hobart to St Helens

3 hr 20 min

Hobart to Strahan

4 hr 22 min

Hobart to Burnie

3 hr 48 min

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Strahan

On the edge of world heritage-listed wilderness

Strahan to Hobart

4 hr 22 min

Strahan to Launceston

3 hr 35 min

Strahan to Devonport

2 hr 46 min

Strahan to Burnie

2 hr 20 min

Strahan to St Helens

5 hr 25 min

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Burnie

A port city on a beautiful stretch of Tasmania's north-west coast

Burnie to Launceston

1 hr 40 min

Burnie to Devonport

34 min

Burnie to Hobart

3 hr 48 min

Burnie to St Helens

3 hr 30 min

Burnie to Strahan

2 hr 20 min

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St Helens

A popular east coast seaside holiday town

St Helens to Launceston

2 hr 22 min

St Helens to Hobart

3 hr 20 min

St Helens to Devonport

3 hr

St Helens to Burnie

3 hr 30 min

St Helens to Strahan

5 hr 25 min

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Devonport

Arrival and departure point of the Spirit of Tasmania

Devonport to Launceston

1 hr 20 min

Devonport to Hobart

3 hr 18 min

Devonport to Burnie

34 min

Devonport to St Helens

3 hr

Devonport to Strahan

2 hr 46 min

Ben Lomond National Park

Imposing precipitous cliffs visible over much of northern midlands of Tasmania and Launceston’s winter snowfields

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Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park

Ancient rainforests and coastal heath, home to Cradle Mountain and start of the Overland Track

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Douglas-Apsley National Park

River gorges and waterfalls, eucalypt forest and heathlands overlooked by a dolerite-capped plateau.

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Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park

Dramatic mountain peaks, spectacular gorges and world-famous rivers running through the heart of the Tasmanian wilderness

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Freycinet National Park

Dramatic pink granite peaks, white sandy beaches including Wineglass Bay and abundant wildlife

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Hartz Mountains National Park

Great walks and stunning views of remote mountain ranges

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Maria Island National Park

A natural wildlife sanctuary with historic convict heritage, sweeping bays and dramatic sea cliffs

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Mole Creek Karst National Park

Spectacular, accessible caves

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Mt Field National Park

Great walks and waterfalls, abundant wildlife and excellent visitor facilities

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Mt Wellington Park

Accessible wilderness and stunning views just a short drive from Hobart

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Mt William National Park

Long sandy beaches with sparkling granite boulders covered with bright orange lichen

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Narawntapu National Park

An amazing variety of wildlife

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Rocky Cape National Park

Aboriginal heritage

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South Bruny National Park

Wildlife, towering sea cliffs, lighthouse

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Southwest National Park

Some of the best and remotest World Heritage listed wilderness found on earth

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Strzelecki National Park

A remote sanctuary for rare species in a spectacular coastal and mountain landscape

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Tarkine Forest Reserve

Temperate rainforest, sand dunes and coastal heathland with strong links to the Tasmanian Aboriginal people

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Tasman National Park

A popular tourist destination on the rugged Tasman Peninsula with soaring 300 metre high dolerite sea cliffs.

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Walls of Jerusalem National Park

A part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.

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