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St Helen's towards the Bay of Fires

A Pictorial Guide to Tasmania's Natural Attractions

[HOBART] [LAUNCESTON] [NORTH WEST COAST] [WEST COAST] [CRADLE MOUNTAIN] [GREAT WESTERN TIERS] [FREYCINET] [BAY OF FIRES] [THE WALLS OF JERUSALEM] [THE TARKINE]

COMING SOON TO TASMANIA'S WESTERN HIGHLANDS

An Autumn Spectacular

 

 

Welcome to Tasmania.  It's difficult to believe such a small island can have so much to offer. One of our colleagues recently described Tasmania as a whole World on an island. Take the Tour through the various regions and discover the diverse scenic delight that is Australia's island state of TASMANIA.  There are over 3,500 kilometres of walking tracks in Tasmania.  The site concentrates on some of the delightful short walks (and drives) - some just a few minutes - others a full day and longer.  If you would like any additional information let us know.

contact us:  info@touringtasmania.info 

 

This site has been prepared in response to discussions with dozens of interstate and overseas visitors to the island who arrive here with little knowledge of the state and in 90% of cases wished they had allowed considerably more time on our beautiful and diversely rich island.  It has been designed to provide a broad overview of Tasmania's natural attractions.  Providing a guide on what there is, how to get there and what to expect when you get there. 

 

Newdegate Cave, Hastings
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MAP OF TASMANIAN
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 Road & Track closures here:

http://www.parks.tas.gov.au/index.aspx?base=7785

http://www.forestrytas.com.au/visiting/road-closures

http://www.police.tas.gov.au/community-alerts/

MUST SEE ON TASMANIA's

FAR NORTH WEST COAST



 

NEW SPONSOR

 1 & 2 day tours
ex NW Tasmania


WESTERN EXPLORER
ROAD RE-OPENED

MORE HERE

 

FLOOD DAMAGE IN THE GREAT WESTERN TIERS

Access  to the Meander Forest Reserve has been cut off by bridges that have been washed away. The Westmoreland Falls track has now been restored.

 


DVD's available at

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Wrest Point

WINDMILL HILL LODGE

HISTORIC B&B ACCOMMODATION

LAUNCESTON

 

SLIDESHOW DVD'S

over 500 images on each DVD

NOW AVAILABLE
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DVD's suitable for TV. 

WEST COAST DVD

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Nothofagus gunnii  or Fagus is a deciduous beech tree native to Tasmania. In autumn the leaves turn from green to a spectacular show of golden yellow on Tasmania's central and western highlands. The tree grows all around Cradle Mountain making the 'show' easily accessible. Tarn Shelf on My Field also has an abundance of Fagus. The shelf commenced adjacent to ski fields. As such the fagus is also relatively accessible here. The colours are at their best by Anzac Day, 25th April. The leaves remain until they are blown away.

Crater Peak, Cradle Mountain

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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