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The Visitor Centre in Mount Field National Park is the perfect starting point for any visit to the park. It’s full of information about the park’s unique history, geology, and ecology. The welcoming staff are also a wealth of knowledge and can provide you with everything from maps to advice on hiking trails and much more. The Visitor Centre also has a gift shop where you can purchase souvenirs, books, and other keepsakes to remember your visit.
Russell Falls is one of the most popular attractions in Mount Field National Park and it’s easy to see why. This incredible waterfall is located just a short walk from the Visitor Centre and is easily accessible for visitors of all ages and abilities. Russell Falls cascades over a series of tiers, creating a beautiful display of water and mist that’s a real feast for the eyes. There are multiple viewing platforms along the trail, so you can soak up the views from various different angles.
The iconic Horseshoe Falls in Mount Field National Park is another beautiful and well-known waterfall.
Located further up the trail from Russell Falls, this waterfall requires a bit more effort to reach. However, your efforts will be rewarded as it’s truly a spectacular sight, especially after some rainfall.
The Tall Trees Walk is one of Mount Field’s most iconic and unique attractions. As the name suggests, this popular trail takes walkers through a forest of tall trees, including some of the tallest trees in the world. Along the 1km loop, you’ll be able to experience nature in all its glory with a spectacular display of flora and fauna visible throughout. The trail is a relatively easy walk, but it can be a bit challenging in places due to the uneven terrain.
The Tarn Shelf contains a picturesque series of small glacial lakes. This is a long circuit walk that takes in the Tarn Shelf, Lake Newdegate, Twilight Tarn and Lake Webster. The walk takes you across the Tarn Shelf, returning via the lower lakes. The tarns are often frozen in winter.
Mt Mawson Ski Field sits at an altitude of around 1250m, and generally gets snow during the winter months, which provides some downhill skiing from mid July to mid September.