Ben Lomand National Park

Location: Blessington Road, Via Evandale or St Leonards. About 50km South East of Launceston.
Pram / wheelchair access: Yes and no. You can drive to the top of Jacobs Ladder where there is an accessible viewing platform (depending on weather conditions).
Toilets: Available at the camp ground and at the Ski village during ski season.
Cost: Fees are payable to access all National parks in Tasmania. To find out more, visit the Parks and Wildlife Service website.
Opening hours: Ben Lomand National Park can be accessed at any time, however during the colder months (between June and September) you may need chains and antifreeze. If you wish to ski, please check the Ben Lomand Snow Sports website for opening hours and other information.
Experience: Flora, fauna, camp ground, alpine region, bush walking, ski village, mountain, awesome views.




Ben Lomand is one of my most favourite places on Earth!
History abounds


‘Hidden’ area