Narawntapu National Park, Tasmania

#33 of 95 in Nature in Tasmania
Narawntapu National Park provides opportunities for all kinds of outdoor activities, including wildlife watching. Spy native plants as you bushwalk, hike, or horse ride along coastal tracks. The landscape includes headlands, wetlands, and a jagged coastline comprising inlets, islets, long wide beaches, and lagoons. Dubbed the "Serengeti of Tasmania," Narawntapu is home to an amazing variety of animals you can see grazing on the grasslands when the evening comes. In addition to kangaroos, wallabies, and common wombats, you may even catch a glimpse of the famed Tasmanian devil. Arrange to visit Narawntapu National Park and other attractions in Tasmania using our Tasmania trip planner .
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  • Enjoyed this walk yesterday. Leaving from Baker's Beach visitor centre - located about 60 kms NW of Launceston. Centre itself is worth a look and adjoining toilets were clean and convenient. 9-10 km w...  more »
  • Great camping ground. Clean facilities near campsite and shower near visitor centre. Beautiful scenery and great walking tracks. Also very good for kayaking (weather permitting)  more »
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