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,Tourist Attraction, Douglas Apsley National Park, East Coast, Tasmania

Douglas-Apsley National Park Covers an area of 16,080 hectares. The National Park is abundant in crystal clear waterfalls, lush rainforest pockets and tall standing, fragrant eucalypt trees. Having been declared a National Park on 27 December 1989,  It is one of Tasmania's newer National Parks. You will find Douglas-Apsley National Park, 149 km northeast of Hobart, and a few kilometres north of Bicheno. Douglas Apsley National Park is full of delightful surprises and unexpected contrasts. Firstly, whether you’re looking for a gentle stroll and space for contemplation. Or Secondly, a refreshing swim in a tranquil pool, or a challenging multi-day walk, this picturesque park has plenty to offer. To conclude, So why don’t you plan your visit to regions of Tasmania. And enjoy the arts and culture in East Coast Tasmania Find great local tourism operator listing in the East Coast Tasmania. Use our tourism directory to book direct. Other Tasmania tourist destinations to visit are. Flinders Island, Hobart. King Island. Launceston and North Tasmania. North West and West Coast.

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