,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.
Other Tasmania tourist destinations to visit are.
Flinders Island, Hobart. King Island. Launceston and North Tasmania. North West and West Coast.