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a pictorial guide to Tasmania's natural attractions

 

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MARIA ISLAND NATIONAL PARK

The East Coast

 

'Bishop and Clerk' Mt and Fossil Cliffs.

 

Maria Island is a short 45 minute ferry ride from Triabunna across the Mercury Strait.  The island is rich in history and hosts an array of scenic walks.  The island has no shops and no power available to visitors.  Just a public telephone!  The area around Darlington provides several interesting walks of an hour or two making it an ideal destination for a day trip. Darlington is an old penal settlement which pre dates it's more infamous Port Arthur.  The Department of Parks and Wildlife operates bunk style accommodation in part of the old settlement buildings.  Be aware, with no electricity, conditions are very sparse.

 

The island can be fully explored by walking for two days or more.  Most areas are very accessible by push bike.

 

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MARIA ISLAND