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Mount William National Park is located in the north-east corner of Tasmania. It protects an area of some 18 500 hectares, with stretches of spectacular coastline.
Access to the park is via Forester Kangaroo Drive in the north (off Musselroe Road) and Eddystone Road to the south. It is advised to visit the park's headquarter's off Musselroe Road for all the latest park information and to obtain park permits.
ATTRACTIONS AND SITES TO VISIT:
Forester Kangaroo Drive:
Forester Kangaroo Drive makes its way in a loop through the northern section of the national park. It provides access to Scenic Lookout and Stumpys Bay, as well as Mt William. Much of the areas wildlife can be seen from this road.
Bay of Fires Walk:
The Bay of Fires Walk follows the coastline with Mount William National Park. The walk is a 30km trail beginning at Stumpys Bay in the north, before making it's way to Ansons Bay further south.
Stumpys Bay Camping Ground:
Stumpys Bay is the site for the park's main camping ground. The camp sites are located back from the beach behind the sand dunes.
LINKS TO RESOURCES:
Kevin's Wilderness Journeys Homepage
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