Moonlight Ridge traverses the Southern Ranges of Tasmania, which are close to the Southern coastline. The major peaks along the Southern Ranges are Mount La Perouse, Pindars Peak and Precipitous Bluff, which gives commanding ocean views.
The Walls of Jerusalem National Park in Tasmania was proclaimed in 1981 and it is an alpine wilderness made up of mountain tarns, lakes and dominant peaks. This part of Tasmania is known as the Central Plateau.
This amazing hike takes in the best of the Western Arthur Range without having to do the full traverse. We walk the range as circuits from Scotts Peak Dam, up Moraine A and down Moraine K then back to Scotts Peak Dam.
Mt Field was proclaimed one of the 1st Reserves in Tasmania in 1916.
Mt Field is home to the tallest flowering trees in the world, The Swamp Gum, and it has amazing waterfalls and beautiful glacial tarns.