Tasmania and its stunning national parks, including ones occupying whole offshore islands, giving those seeking adventure and chances to explore nature in its pristine state plenty of opportunities.
South Bruny Island National Park was specifically chosen as a park for its spectacular natural coastal scenery, while it protects the diverse sea-birdlife and the rainforest as well as flora found only in Tasmania. South Bruny Island NP.
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Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park: This park is situated in the World Heritage Area of the Tasmania Wilderness, one of the biggest conservation areas in Australia.
Cradle Mountain Lake St. Clair National Park in Tasmania is part of the pristine World Heritage Area that covers some 20% of the state. More about Cradle Mountain Lake St. Clair.
Freycinet National Park: Consisting of more than 24,700 acres of natural beauty. There is evidence of ancient Aboriginal settlement here and wonderful pristine coastal walks.
The beautiful and pristine Maria Island, located just to the east of Tasmania was once used as a convict penal settlement. The island is now a National Park and can be visited by ferry or cruise. Maria Island.
Find towns in Tasmania by name Tasmania Tourist Spots.
See more about the National Parks in Australia Australian National Parks.
This map shows the NPs on continental Australia: Australia National Parks Map.
About the World Heritage Sites of Australia: World Heritage Sites in Australia.
Accommodation in Tasmania includes hotels, motels, luxury resorts, caravan parks, campsites, bed & breakfasts and backpackers hostels.
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