Sunday, December 26, 2010

Tasmanian Wilderness (Australia) - Attractive World Heritage Area

Tasmanian Wilderness is the most attractive place to visit in Australia. This is one of the largest temperate wilderness remaining in the southern hemisphere. It was inscribed on the World Heritage list since 1982 and 1989. Beginning in May 2007, Tasmanian Wilderness is a destination for foreigners.

The field of wild Tasmanian Heritage covers about 1.38 million hectares and contains about twenty percent of the area of Tasmania. In this island, you can see that the deepest and longest caves in Australia. And since this is Australia, you expect a wide variety of flora and some of the longest living trees and flowering plants in the world that is not found in any other area.

Tasmanian Wilderness is comprised of various parks and other reserves. They are given below:

  • Cradle Mountain
  • Lake St Clair
  • Southwest National Park
  • Wild Rivers National Park
  • Hartz Mountains
  • Mole Creek Karst National Park (part)
  • Walls of Jerusalem National Park
  • The Central Plateau Conservation Area
  • The Devils Gullet State Reserve
  • Liffey Falls State Reserve (part)

Attractions in the Tasmanian Wilderness

The Tasmanian Wilderness offers a wide range of recreational opportunities ranging from long walks through the half-hour walks.


There are over 1000km of hiking trails and paths in the Tasmanian Wilderness and the number grows every year. Some pieces are famous Overland, Frenchmans Cap and the south coast. With many interesting sights and activities of f to the path, it will certainly be an exciting journey.


Campsites scattered throughout the wilderness of Tasmania for the costs of overnight pluss affordable.


After the exhausting walking and camping, the next exciting activity would be fishing. The popular fishing areas in Tasmania include Lake Pedder, Lake St. Clair and Gordon River.

Rafting and kayaking

Enjoy a spectacular view of Tasmania for 12 days wild rafting.


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