ABOUT TASMANIA (Western Wilderness of Tasmania)
Welcome to the stunning Apple Isle, one of Australia’s must-see travel destinations. With a range of spectacular national parks, World Heritage listed convict sites and unique wildlife, there is no doubt that this Australian island is one of the most beautifully diverse destinations on earth.
Enjoy pure natural environments and explore distinctive convict ruins and charming historical towns. Marvel at the oldest bridge in Australia and encounter the unspoilt coastline and orange hued granite boulders of the delightful east coast. Get up close and personal with the Tasmanian Devil, our very own carnivorous marsupial.
Navigate through rugged waterways and iconic wind farms. Visit sacred Aboriginal sites with unique rock carvings. Travel through World Heritage listed waterways and drink in some of the most amazing scenery that Australia has to offer. Get lost in wild and unprotected forests where you’ll observe a variety of unique wildlife.
Experience our top-notch food and wine scene, play on one of our famed public golf courses or enjoy our fun-filled nature activities.
Whatever you choose to do, the time to visit this majestic corner of the world is now.
Western Wilderness of Tasmania
Welcome to Tasmania’s wild, wild West offering World Heritage environments, raw nature and infamous convict history. With a number of charming towns to visit and attractions to explore, you won’t want to leave this primitive corner of Tasmania.
Explore the capital of the wilderness: Strahan is home to the stunning Gordon River and the gateway to the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage area. Encounter the rough narrow waters of Hells Gates and witness historical buildings in the town centre.
Queenstown is bursting with rich mining history which has left a legacy on the unique hills that surround the town. Head to Zeehan and experience the historical theatre and top of the range 4WD tracks. Admire the natural attractions of Roseberry and Tullah or marvel at the sheer beauty of Lake St Clair, Waratah and Corinna.
Mole Creek lies at the gateway to iconic Cradle Mountain and is home to the world-class Mole Creek Caves and Trowunna Wildlife Park. Navigate the Great Western Tiers or enjoy the natural magnificence of the Walls of Jerusalem.
Cradle Mountain is perhaps one of the biggest draws to this part of Tasmania and is famous for beautiful Dove Lake and the Overland Track, a six day iconic trek through Lake St Clair National Park.
Make the wild western wilderness part of your next Tasmanian adventure.
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