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The Tarkine Drive

Heading off the beaten track and into the wilderness, The Tarkine Drive in Tasmania’s north-west is now easily accessible for anyone wanting to get back in touch with nature and experience the wilderness. The loop through the Tarkine Drive takes travellers through natural and dramatic landscapes beginning with Kanunnah Bridge Picnic Area, taking its name[…] Read More

Tulumpanga / Alum Cliffs

‘Tulampanga’ is the Pallittorre (local Aboriginal) name for the Alum Cliffs area. It was a place of particular social and spiritual significance to Aboriginal people because of the ochre found in that area of the Gog Range. Many tribes travelled to Tulampanga to obtain this highly prized material and for them, this was also a[…] Read More

Walls of Jerusalem National Park

This stunning alpine wilderness, dominated by dolerite peaks, tarns, lakes and alpine vegetation, is part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. The return walks to Dixon’s Kingdom is about 10 hours, and to the summit of Mt Jerusalem is about 12 hours. It is recommended to take a tent and stay overnight in this[…] Read More

Westmorland Falls

A fairly easy 2-hour walk along a well-defined track, Westmorland Falls is suitable for the whole family. The walk gives visitors a taste of the tall eucalypt forest growing across the Tiers, along with its varied understory of ferns, including the iconic tree fern. The walk culminates at an attractive secluded waterfall. This grade 2[…] Read More