Mount William National Park

Mount William at the north-eastern tip of Tasmania is a park that entices visitors for a multitude of reasons. There are the dazzling white beaches, azure waters and granite headlands splashed with orange lichen; there is the abundant wildlife at dusk – countless forester kangaroos, wallabies and wombats; and then there is the surfing at Picnic Rocks, the walk to Mount William summit or the diving around Stumpys Bay. The campsites are basic.

Contact Info

PWS St Helens: (03) 6376 1550

www.parks.tas.gov.au

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