A Pictorial Guide to Tasmania's Natural
[NORTH WEST COAST]
[BAY OF FIRES]
WALLS OF JERUSALEM]
Pedra Branca off the south coast.
Visited on August 26th
MAP OF TASMANIAN
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
This site has been
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.
Road & Track closures here:
MUST SEE ON TASMANIA's
FAR NORTH WEST COAST
re-opening 1st October 2014
thanks to HOTKEY for
providing the web space
updates on our
from 1 & multi day tours
ex NW Tasmania
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
DVD's available at
IMAGES ON THE SITE AND ANY PART THEREOF ARE COPYRIGHT TO THE OWNER.
MAY BE PRINTED FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY.