Mount William National Park

Mount William National Park on the far north-east coast of Tasmania, Australia, established in 1973, provides protected habitat to the conservation of Tasmania's coastal heathlands and dry sclerophyll plants. Tasmanian pademelons, eastern grey kangarooes, wombats, Bennetts wallabies, echidnas and brush-tailed possums. Birds are particularly abundant, with honeyeaters, yellow-tailed black, mutton birds, silver-eyes, swamp harriers, albatross, white-bellied sea eagles and wedge-tailed eagles.
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Tasmania: Bay of Fires Walk Australia's smallest and only island state, is a place of great contrasts. From wild ocean beaches and lush rainforests to rugged mountains and delicate alpine moorlands, Tasmania is rich in history and beauty

Bay of fires Deep Creek Road, Mount William National Park, Eddystone TAS 7264, Australia

Bay of fires Deep Creek Road, Mount William National Park, Eddystone TAS Australia

Picnic Rocks at Deep Creek Beach in Mount William National Park, Tasmania_ Australia

Picnic Rocks At Deep Creek Beach In Mt William National Park, Tasmania, Australia Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Peter Walton Photography

Picnic Rocks at Deep Creek Beach in Mount William National Park, Tasmania_ Australia

Mount William National Park Map, Tasmania, Australia

Mount William National Park Map, Tasmania, Australia

Mount William National Park, Tasmania, Australia. Logo.

Mount William National Park, Tasmania, Australia. Logo.

Mount William National Park, Tasmania

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