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Eucalyptus Rainforest in the Mount Field National Park

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We made a pleasant walk through the Mount Field National Park Eucalyptus Rainforest visiting the tallest Eucalyptus trees worldwide. On the walk we also met waterfalls.

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A: Eucalyptus Rainforest in the Mount Field National Park

by Fritz Hanke, 170 meters away

We made a pleasant walk through the Mount Field National Park Eucalyptus Rainforest visiting the tall...

Eucalyptus Rainforest in the Mount Field National Park

B: Mt Fields Tall Tree Trail

by Colin Winhall, 300 meters away

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C: Eucalyptus Rainforest in the Mount Field National Park

by Fritz Hanke, 440 meters away

 We made a pleasant walk through the Mount Field National Park Eucalyptus Rainforest visiting the tal...

Eucalyptus Rainforest in the Mount Field National Park

D: Eucalyptus Rainforest in the Mount Field National Park, Tasmania

by Fritz Hanke, 520 meters away

We made a pleasant walk through the Mount Field National Park Eucalyptus Rainforest visiting the tall...

Eucalyptus Rainforest in the Mount Field National Park, Tasmania

E: Russell Falls

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F: Lake Fenton in the Mount Field National Park, Tasmania

by Fritz Hanke, 6.6 km away

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Lake Fenton in the Mount Field National Park, Tasmania

G: Junee Cave

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H: Windermere Bay

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I: Lake Pedder & Lake Edgar

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J: Mount Wellington

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