- The Tarkine, Ancient wilderness in Tasmania | Discover the . . .
Unlike many places in the world the Tarkine remains as a hidden treasure and a forgotten wilderness This expanse of uninterrupted 477,000 hectares of Tarkine wilderness holds ancient relics both plants and animals dating back millennia
- Thylacine, Ghost or grim survivor, Tasmanian Tiger . . .
Your eyes fix on a large fawn-coloured ‘dog’ with a stiff tail (Thylacine) - and dark stripes Your spine tingles as you fumble hopelessly for your camera Does the Tassie ‘tiger’ still stalk the Tarkine? Many claim to have seen it, but none has returned with more than a tiger tale
- Trowutta Arch | Stanley Visitors Centre
Trowutta Arch was formed by the collapse of a cave The roof fell in leaving a section between two "sink holes" The site is not well known and the short walk to the site is through spectacular rainforest
- Restaurants Archive | Stanley Visitors Centre
Our namesake, the Tarkine, is an area within the Savage River National Park in North West Tasmania, Australia The Tarkine is home to an abundance of pristine wilderness as well as largely undisturbed tracts of rare, cool temperate rainforest
- Edge of the World: Wild Side | think-tasmania. com
Journey: Edge of The World by Carol Haberle The Roaring Forties The roaring forties have a great influence on our weather patterns here in Tasmania, and the far North West and West Coast bears the brunt of them Our island is located at between latitude 40 and 44 degrees South, the roaring forties are a global wind current that blows around the earth at latitude 40–50 degrees, that puts us
- Tasmania Camping Directory Tasmania Free Guide To Camping . . .
Tasmania's natural beauty is hard to match and there are few better ways to enjoy everything that Tasmania has to offer than by taking a camping holiday in your own car, a rental car, motorhome, campervan or by using public transport Stunning coastal reserves and unspolit beaches, mountains, crystal clear lakes and rolling hills are available all across the island state of Australia, Tasmania
- Parks Wildlife Service - A Guide to 4WD Tracks in Tasmania
New Mt Mawson Shelter officially opened ahead of ski season 29 03 2019 The new Mt Mawson Public Shelter was today officially opened and will provide a new level of amenity for southern Tasmania's only ski field, as well as upgraded facilities for bushwalkers heading to the iconic Tarn Shelf walk in Mt Field National Park