About Maria Island National Park

Covering an entire island just off Tasmania's east coast town of Triabunna, Maria Island National Park takes you on a journey through the awe inspiring nature of the Tasmanian wilderness. Extending along the north shores of the island, the Fossil Cliffs plunge sheer into the sea, just one of the island's many natural wonders, with the Painted Cliffs a natural formation of rock layers best visited at low tide. Snorkelling, diving and cycling are among some of the best ways to explore Maria Island National Park.

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