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Hartz Mountains National Park - Proclaimed as a World Heritage Area, Hartz Mountains National Park is renowned for its rugged mountains, glacial lakes, gorges, alpine moorlands and dense rainforests. There are great views from Waratah Lookout and interesting walking tracks to Lake Osborne and Hartz Peak, making it a popular destination for weekend walks. Maria Island National Park  - This National Park is popular with bird watchers for there are 11 of the State's native bird species here. The park is also home to Forester kangaroos and Cape Barren geese. Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park Tas Australia - This is Tasmania's best known national park and is a World Heritage area with spectacular mountain peaks, deep gorges, lakes and wild moorlands. It extends from the Great Western Tiers in the North to Derwent Bridge on the Lyell Highway in the South.