This beautiful and rugged peninsula of granite mountains, beautiful bays with arcs of white sand, deep blue water and ... More
Freycinet National Park
This beautiful and rugged peninsula of granite mountains, beautiful bays with arcs of white sand, deep blue water and dramatic vistas is on Tasmania's east coast. Visitors can enjoy relaxing walks along the beaches or a slightly more strenuous walk to take in the view of Wineglass Bay. The swimming is excellent and the wildlife surprisingly tame. Take your binoculars, leave your car at the entrance and walk into a calm, beautiful, isolated park with surprising and magnificent scenery. Admission: National Parks charges apply.
Occupying a saddle area between Seven Stars Mountain and another smaller hill, Yangmingshan National Park is a large, colorful garden
full of mountain flowers and shaded by many trees. It is also a romantic spot to enjoy the sunset. ...
Mount Rainier National Park contains seemingly endless hikes and trails around the mountain. You can come back dozens of times
and still find much to explore. If you're a practiced rock or mountain climber, this park has unbeatable climbs. ...
Formerly known as the Brisbane Forest Park, the South D'Aguilar National Park covers over 28,500 hectares (70,425 acres) of Bushland
from Mount Coot tha Forest to Lake Wivenhoe . Popular activities include bush walking, cycling, horse riding, bird watching ...