Raminea, Huon Valley, Far South Tasmania
Hike through rainforest and alpine heath, past waterfalls and glacial lakes
Hartz Mountains National Park is a window into the southwest wilderness of Tasmania, offering views of remote mountain ranges as far as the southern coast. As well as spectacular views of a landscape which has been shaped by glaciers during past ice ages, the park offers a variety of unique features. Waterfalls tumble off the dolerite range that runs through the centre of the park and small glacial lakes dot the plateau. The park contains a wide variety of vegetation from wet eucalypt forest and rainforest through to alpine heath on the exposed mountain tops.
Visit website (http://parks.tas.gov.au/index.aspx?base=3396)