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Russell Falls

Mount Field National Park, Tasmania

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Mount Field National Park is located an hour northwest from the capital city of Hobart. Park day passes cost either $12 per person or $24 per vehicle, and while the rains of winter and early spring can make for thundering falls, the long, warmer days of summer remain the most popular time to visit.

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Mt Field National Park and Russell Falls from Hobart
Mt Field National Park and Russell Falls from Hobart
star-4.5
$113.05 per adult
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Very beautiful and breathtaking...
Very beautiful and breathtaking scenery. Our guide is very knowledgeable and went out of her way to take us around.
ANITA S, Dec 2013

Recent reviews from experiences in Hobart

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Wonderful trip, we have plenty of...
Koon Hung W, Mar 2012
Mt Field National Park and Russell Falls from Hobart
Wonderful trip, we have plenty of time to enjoy the forest walk, experienced the primitive atmosphere while walking under big tall trees, being surrounded by fallen trees and the unforgettable view of Russell Falls.
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Very relaxing and beautiful scenic...
nlliew, Dec 2012
Mt Field National Park and Russell Falls from Hobart
Very relaxing and beautiful scenic tour on Derwent Valley and Mt Field National Park. Rod did a great job! He provided very informative tour especially the history of the New Norfolk Tasmania. Really enjoy this tour. Thanks, Rod!
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Definitely recommended!! Very caring...
Yuting W, Dec 2011
Mt Field National Park and Russell Falls from Hobart
Definitely recommended!! Very caring and passionate tour guide. Beautiful views all the way. Nice food.
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Very relaxing day, my family n i had...
Chung Yan L, Apr 2012
Mt Field National Park and Russell Falls from Hobart
Very relaxing day, my family n i had an excellent time. Horse shoe and russell falls are beautiful. Plenty of photos opportunities.
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I had a wonderfull time on my tour...
Judith W, Aug 2010
Mt Field National Park and Russell Falls from Hobart
I had a wonderfull time on my tour. Everything the fallen trees to the stunning Russell Falls just takes your breath away,it is my new garden!Our lunch of Tassy Salmon was well presented and the staff brilliant. The others in my tour i hope to keep in contact with,lovely people.
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A great day, informative, friendly...
William M, Apr 2012
Mt Field National Park and Russell Falls from Hobart
A great day, informative, friendly driver/guide, lots to see, unhurried and not crowded. The park itself is amazing with some fabulously tall eucalypts, wildlife and a very pretty and impressive waterfall at the end of a pleasant forest walk. The trout farm we visited on the way was very interesting backed up with coffee and crepes, who could ask for more!
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A very pleasant trip. Lovely walk...
A M C, Mar 2011
Mt Field National Park and Russell Falls from Hobart
A very pleasant trip. Lovely walk downhill through the national park - some interesting commentary and two waterfalls along the way. Saw trout being reared at the salmon ponds on the way up and a trout in the creek at the park.
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Great degree of freedom, no rush during...
Chi Ho K, Aug 2011
Mt Field National Park and Russell Falls from Hobart
Great degree of freedom, no rush during the tour and excellent morning tea
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This was the highlight of my holiday...
JEFFREY M, Sep 2015
Mt Field National Park and Russell Falls from Hobart
This was the highlight of my holiday to Hobart Tasmania. The tour was on time, the operator was very good and friendly and being a small bus there was 18 of us she made us feel very relaxed. The falls are easy to get to for any type of ability wheelchair , walking stick/frame etc however the falls above Russell Falls which are called Horseshoe Falls are only accessible via a steep but safe series of rock and wooden steps, but well worth the effort if you can. When you first reach Russell Falls I was lucky as they were in full flow just takes ones breath away at their sheer majesty, same for Horseshoe Falls . You get plenty of time to explore and have a lovely lunch at the café on site at the park entrance. Morning tea is provided at a salmon hatchery with lovely English style gardens with loads of exotic trees . It is a whole day tour and takes you via scenic valleys on both sides of the Derwent River. Again my luck held out as it was a most beautiful and warm day but come prepared as the weather can change in an instant. My booking with viator was flawless and would not hesitate to recommend them to anyone. A magic day to remember forever along with many photos. DO THIS TOUR you will never regret it.
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Very knowledgeable tour guide! Whole...
Cambryn O, Jan 2014
Mt Field National Park and Russell Falls from Hobart
Very knowledgeable tour guide! Whole trip was amazing and fun! Must do!

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