Posts tagged wilderness
Gordon River National Park, Tasmania

After travelling 11,000 miles along the 40th degree of latitude from South America, the winds and waters of the Southern Ocean, meet Tasmania. On some days Mother Nature plays nicely on others she shows her ugly worst.

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Tarkine, World Heritage Area, Tasmania

In the far north west of Tasmania is a 370,000 hectare, region known as the Tarkine, after the Aboriginal people who first populated it. For many, even in Tasmania, it is thought to be all rain forest. In fact it is much more.

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Wild Beauty of Bruny Island

Bruny Island, is as close to the most southern point of Australia, as you can get, without stepping onto the Antarctic. Almost two islands but for a narrow strip of land known as The Neck, North and South Bruny are unique habitats. Much of South Bruny is Heritage listed or National Park and home to the only wild, White Wallabies on the planet.

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