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The Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area now takes in over 1.5 million hectares or around 20% of the island state. Seven of the 19 national parks in Tasmania form the vast majority of land designated and protected to World Heritage. Continue reading
Meander Falls cascades down off the Central Plateau Conservation Area which makes up part of the Great Western Tiers mountain range. It is a component of the over 1.5 million hectares listed as World Heritage Area in Tasmania. The walk is a challenging day out and the track, while well defined, is by no means easy… Continue reading
Tasmania has nineteen National Parks covering in excess of 1.5 million hectares (3.7 million acres). The vast majority of protected land is in the near inaccessible south-west wilderness up to the central highlands and iconic Cradle Mountain. The most famous coastal … Continue reading
There is hope, my youngest child has been enthusing about more regular adventures. When I quiz her on how long she would like the walk to be there is often a comical response, “Forty-eight-hundred-hours!” or where she would like to walk to, … Continue reading