The island of Lutruwita, otherwise known as Tasmania, was discovered by the Palawa people over 40,000 years ago. Here we take a journey to the wild west of Tassie and discover the rugged, raw and stunning environment.
From Sulphur Creek to Narawntapu National Park and everywhere wild in between, we discover the richness of life scattered across Tasmania’s rugged coastline.
Discover the mystic and beauty of the untamed pockets of wilderness along the south-western tip of Tasmania near Port Davey.
Tasmania’s west and southwest are World Heritage-listed landscapes of rugged peaks, tranquil rivers and mysterious forests. Experience nature at its most awesome.
The start of the trek to Tasmania’s Walls of Jerusalem may test your mettle, but access to the Apple Isle’s only true alpine park is more than worth it.
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