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Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park4620Located south of Strahan in the heart of The Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park offers a dramatic take on the Tasmanian wilderness.4/09/2019 11:39:07 PMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Rock Island Bend, Franklin River (photograph: Cam Blake Wild river valleys and deep gorges 7htmlFalseaspx
Freycinet National Park4621Freycinet National Park has a magic all of its own, come and explore the coastal landscapes and beaches that make this a must see destination.31/07/2019 12:13:19 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Wineglass Bay from Mount Amos (photograph: Luke O'Brien The jewel of Tasmania’s eastern coastline 2htmlFalseaspx
Gunns Plains Cave State Reserve4623Take a guided tour around one of Tasmania's 'hidden gems.'11/07/2019 7:16:46 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Gunns Plains Caves (photograph: Gunns Plains Caves Best described as a ‘hidden gem’, the Gunns Plains Cave State 3htmlFalseaspx
Hartz Mountains National Park4624​Hartz Mountains National Park has been shaped by ancient glaciers and offers visitors a window into Tasmania’s remote and rugged south-west wilderness. You’ll feel on top of the world as you gaze out at the seemingly endless mountain peaks, stretching towards Tasmania’s southern coast.22/08/2019 2:54:23 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Views from the Hartz Peak Track (photograph: Chris Crerar A window into the south-west wilderness 1htmlFalseaspx
Hastings Caves State Reserve4625Hastings Cave State Reserve has a number of activities for you and your family. Choose from spectacular caves, thermal springs, short walks and relaxing picnic grounds. 11/12/2019 10:23:37 PMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Newdegate Cave tour (photograph: Alastair Bett Magical dolomite cave and thermal springs This is one of only two 25htmlFalseaspx
Lime Bay State Reserve4634The Lime Bay State Reserve is a summer camping and boating hotspot. 11/07/2019 7:16:49 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Lime Bay (photograph: Peter Grant Alerts for Lime Bay State Reserve see details Fire ban: Campfire restrictions are 17htmlFalseaspx
Walls of Jerusalem National Park4674The Walls of Jerusalem National Park is a magnificent, remote and mountainous alpine landscape within the Central Plateau region of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. With no road access, this high country is for exploring on foot. 8/10/2019 12:54:20 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Solomons Throne - Walls of Jerusalem National Park (photograph: Craig Vertigan A valid parks pass is required for 11htmlFalseaspx
Ben Lomond National Park4727Walkers, skiers and adventure-seekers can experience true alpine conditions in the magnificent surroundings of Ben Lomond National Park.17/09/2019 5:44:42 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Skiing, Ben Lomond (photograph: Dan Broun Dolerite cliffs and a striking alpine plateau Those who prefer to take it 1htmlFalseaspx
Douglas-Apsley National Park4731Douglas-Apsley National Park is on Tasmania’s beautiful east coast. The park’s distinctive features include eucalypt forests and heathlands, spectacular gorges and waterfalls, and a variety of rare and protected species.9/10/2019 9:56:44 PMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Apsley River Waterhole (photograph: Dan Broun Crystal clear rivers and diverse forests This means you will not be 7htmlFalseaspx
Florentine River Regional Reserve4733Renowned for its expanses of wet eucalypt forest and temperate rainforest, you can find some of the tallest flowering trees on earth in the Florentine River Regional Reserve.9/10/2019 5:17:02 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Fly fishing in the Florentine River (photograph: Craig Vertigan Less than two hours from Hobart, the Florentine 2htmlFalseaspx
Mount Field National Park4770Mount Field is one of Tasmania’s oldest and most diverse national parks.9/10/2019 5:17:05 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Tyenna Peak, Mount Field National Park (photograph: Dan Broun Towering trees, waterfalls and alpine tarns 19htmlFalseaspx
Mount William National Park4772Sparkling white sand beaches, an abundance of native wildlife, and spectacular coastal walks all await you at Mount William National Park in Tasmania’s North-East.28/08/2019 11:24:55 PMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Mount William National Park Pristine sandy beaches and turquoise waters see details Fire ban: Campfire restrictions 40htmlFalseaspx
Narawntapu National Park4773The diverse coastal landscapes of north-west Tasmania make Narawntapu the ideal place to experience Tasmania’s wildlife.9/10/2019 5:17:05 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Archers Knob track to Bakers Beach (photograph: Jess Bonde Abundant wildlife in a coastal haven 15htmlFalseaspx
Rocky Cape National Park4777Striking rock formations, an incredible variety of flowering plants and important Aboriginal heritage all make the park, on the shores of Bass Strait in Tasmania’s far north-west, worth exploring.8/10/2019 12:54:09 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Rocky Cape National Park (photograph: Natalie Mendham Ancient Aboriginal heritage on a rocky coastline 8htmlFalseaspx
Savage River National Park4780Wild and inaccessible, Savage River National Park protects extensive cool temperate rainforest. 2/08/2019 12:22:05 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Savage River Remote wilderness park of temperate rainforest Rich hues of green, crisp fresh air and ancient 6htmlFalseaspx
South Bruny National Park4782South Bruny National Park contains some of Tasmania’s most spectacular coastal scenery, from towering cliffs to long sandy beaches, with the vast Southern Ocean as an impressive backdrop. 9/10/2019 5:17:06 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Grass Point, South Bruny National Park (photograph: Chris Crerar Wild seascapes, rich birdlife, and tall forests 4htmlFalseaspx
St Columba Falls State Reserve4785St Columba Falls State Reserve makes a refreshing break from your East Coast adventure; perfect for a short walk and a picnic. Just 30 minutes from St Helens, the reserve is home to the St Columba Falls, a 90 metre cascade flowing from the foothills of Mount Victoria. 11/07/2019 7:16:53 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer St Columba Falls (photograph: Pierre Destribats Alerts for St Columba Falls State Reserve This means you will not be 7htmlFalseaspx
Kent Group National Park4630Lying midway in eastern Bass Strait is the remote Kent Group National Park – a bewitching cluster of granite islands (including Deal, Erith and Dover) rimmed by turquoise waters and replete with tame wildlife. 9/10/2019 5:17:02 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Australian fur seals (Arctocephalus pusillus) hauled out, Kent Group National Park As beautiful as it is remote htmlFalseaspx
Lake St Clair (Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park)4632Part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, Lake St Clair is every walker’s dream. It offers leisurely lakeside strolls, beautiful forest trails, and overnight bushwalks.29/11/2019 5:07:08 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Mount Olympus Lake St Clair (photograph: Dan Broun Australia’s deepest lake in a wilderness carved by glaciers htmlFalseaspx
Liffey Falls State Reserve4633Framed by the dominant species of Tasmania's cool temperate rainforests - myrtle, sassafrass and leatherwood, the Falls are understandably a popular spot among both Tasmanians and visitors alike.9/10/2019 5:17:02 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Lookout over Liffey Falls (photograph: Geoffrey Lea Nestled in an area of cool, temperate rainforest, the Liffey htmlFalseaspx
Strzelecki National Park4786With striking granite mountains, rugged coastlines, and an abundance of rare plants and animals, Strzelecki National Park on Flinders Island offers a wealth of opportunities for visitors to explore.9/10/2019 5:17:06 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Strzelecki Peaks (photograph: Geoffrey Lea Spectacular granite peaks and sheltered beaches Home to a large number of htmlFalseaspx
The Nut State Reserve4791The striking geological formation of The Nut in Stanley rises from Bass Strait and towers over the historic town in North-West Tasmania.9/10/2019 5:17:07 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer The Nut at Stanley (photograph: Craig Vertigan The striking geological formation of The Nut in Stanley rises from htmlFalseaspx
Maria Island National Park4640Maria Island National Park is a special place with something for everyone - historic ruins, sweeping bays, rugged cliffs and mountains, and remarkable wildlife.9/10/2019 5:17:03 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Maria Island cliffs A tranquil island of rich heritage Alerts for Maria Island National Park We have a duty of care 47htmlFalseaspx
Cradle Mountain (Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park)4730Iconic Cradle Mountain is a place of exceptional natural beauty in the heart of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. You can view the current conditions with our Dove Lake webcam.30/10/2019 5:51:45 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Cradle Mountain fagus (photograph: Anthony Robertson see details Track closure: Dove Lake Road Closure 20-31 39htmlFalseaspx
Mole Creek Karst National Park4768Explore the sparkling limestone caves of the Mole Creek Caves. Guided tours showcase the striking formations amongst the underground network of caves, sinkholes, gorges, streams and springs.9/10/2019 5:17:03 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Mole Creek Caves, Mole Creek Karst National Park The Mole Creek Karst National Park, features an extensive karst 41htmlFalseaspx
Southwest National Park4784Tasmania’s largest reserve, Southwest National Park, contains dramatic mountain ranges and spectacular coastal landscapes, all subject to wild, changeable weather. Take a scenic drive or challenge yourself with the multi-day South Coast Track walk.29/11/2019 4:26:04 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Lake Juno, Western Arthur Range, Southwest National Park Raw wilderness to challenge and inspire 30htmlFalseaspx
Tasman National Park4789Tasman National Park is culturally rich and scenically stunning. Encompassing Forestier and Tasman peninsulas, the park includes Australia’s highest sea cliffs, Shipstern Bluff surf mecca, and the award-winning Three Capes Track.27/08/2019 10:48:29 PMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Cape Pillar from the Three Capes Track (photograph: Natalie Mendham Stunning sea cliffs and tall forests 56htmlFalseaspx
About the Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service4461Find out more about the Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service (PWS.)18/10/2019 1:06:16 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Parks ranger The Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service (PWS) was established in 1971 to present, protect and manage 5htmlFalseaspx
Discovery and learning4464All about Tasmanian plants and animals, Aboriginal and colonial heritage, schools programs and much more.21/06/2019 12:14:52 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Discovery Ranger with some interested participants at a Discovery Day (photograph: Chris Crerar 3htmlFalseaspx
Feedback4466Use our online feedback form.28/02/2019 6:05:57 AMMenu Alerts Search the site Google Translate Disclaimer Ranger and campers, Overland Track (photograph: Andrew Englisch Please ​​use this form to make a comment or 3htmlFalseaspx