2 weeks ago
Our first destination was Mount Field National Park, home to Tasmanian devils, wombats, platypuses, and the world's second-tallest trees. Entering Mt. Field felt as comfortable as walking through the front door of America's best-kept national parks. The visitor center had fascinating information about the flora and fauna of the region, as well as a top-notch gallery of paintings and fine art photography. We were also delighted to learn that Mount Field is also wheelchair accessible. The main path to the iconic Russell Falls is an easily-navigated, paved and planked course that enables visitors of all abilities to enjoy the natural wonders. See more gorgeousness from Tasmania at wemarriedadventure.com.