Tasmania's West Coast
The west and south-west regions of Tasmania are known for their wilderness and mineral value. The largest town in Tasmania's west is Queenstown, but overall this region of the state is by far the least populated, making it the ideal destination for those seeking beauty and solitude.
Part of the Tasmanian World Heritage Wilderness Area Cradle Mountain is a spectacularly beautiful area in the heart of the island which is ideal for bushwalking Stroll from cascading rivers to dense, old-growth rainforest on the Enchanted Walk and take most of the day to tackle the summit, gaining a full appreciation of the magic of this area.
Franklin National Park
Deep in the chasms, negotiating the river at rapid-level, you learn the complex personality of one of the last wild rivers on earth. The park's beauty and wildness are unsurpassed, but the depth of its cultural heritage is equally remarkable. Take a walk through this unique location, discover the history, view its heritage and gaze at the breath-taking in one of the world’s greatest wilderness locations.