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The Bay of Fires on Tasmania’s east coast extends from. Binalong Bay in the south to Eddystone Point in the north. The southern section of The Bay of Fires is in the. Conservation Area, situated along a 13 km stretch of coast between Binalong Bay and The Gardens. The middle section of the Bay of Fires lies in the vicinity of.

St Clair National Park, with its ancient rainforests and alpine heaths, is home to the world-famous Overland Track and iconic Cradle Mountain. Part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, the park is one of the state’s most special places, where ancient pines fringe glacial lakes and icy streams cascade down rugged mountains.

Cataract Gorge Reserve, known locally as the Gorge, is a unique natural formation within a two-minute drive of central Launceston – a rare natural phenomenon in any city. In an easy 15 minutes, you can walk from central Launceston along the banks of the Tamar River into the Gorge.

The Franklin is one of the best known of the many rivers that run through the Wild Rivers National Park. A walk along the banks of the Franklin and through cool temperate rainforest will give you an idea of the beauty that lies within the heart of this wild river wilderness.

Trowunna Wildlife Sanctuary, 65 acres sanctuary for our Native Tasmanian Wildlife. Tasmanian Devils; Wombats; Quolls; Echidnas; Forester Kangaoos and an array of birds, ducks and Cape Barren Geese to name a fewTrowunna is approximately 12minutes west of Deloraine

Freycinet National Park is on the east coast of Tasmania, Australia. It comprises a peninsula defined by a Schouten Island and a granite mountain range known as the Hazards. Trails lead up to a lookout for panoramic views over Wineglass Bay. White stretches of sand include the Friendly Beaches.

Fern Glade Reserve is one of Burnie’s most valuable natural and recreational resources is a peaceful river valley on the edge of the city. Fern Glade Reserve is just 3.9km from the City centre (Post Office) to the main entrance and it offers long walks along the banks of the Emu River and the chance to see platypus surfacing.

Fortescue Bay is a sheltered Bay with a beautiful white sandy beach, set against heavily forested hills, situated 18 kilometres from Port Arthur. Access is via 12 kilometres of gravel road. The Bay is a great destination for bushwalks, boating, kayaking, diving, swimming and camping with two distinct camping areas.

Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary is a Rescue center offering up-close viewings of endangered native wildlife & guided educational tours.

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