Tasmania is truly a place of lost, unexplored, untouched wildernesses the opportunities to have an extremely unique wilderness experience in Australia only exist in Tasmania.
Tasmania’s Freycinet national park is the untouched pearl of the state of Tasmania’s situated near coles bay, its beauty and tranquility is uniquely preserved. The walk to get there is very peaceful, as you ascend through the hazards on the purposely carved out path in the mountain side you reach a moment of one with nature.
When you reach the top of the path you are faced with possibly the most breath taking view you will ever experience. As you gaze across the perfection of Wine Glass Bay with the gentle breeze cooling you down the walk was all worth it.
Wine Glass bay is a picture of perfection.
Land of the giant boxing Kangaroo and the wild Tasmanian devil, this place is a haven for wildlife, breath taking walks into the wilderness, rugged cliffs and sweeping bays on the east coast of Tasmania. This island is only accessible via a fairy.
Mt Field National Park is Tasmania's first national park, with stunning views, great walks, abundant wildlife. An easy drive from Hobart, Mount Field has been popular with nature lovers for well over a century.
Russell Falls is the star attraction and even featured on Australia's first stamp. It's a short, journey from the visitor centre, through enormous fern forests and some of the world's tallest trees.
Lake St Clair is at the southern end of the world famous Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park is part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.
Lake St Clair is the deepest lake in Australia, there is plenty to see and explore around lake St Clair. Lake St Clair is the ending point for the world Famous Overland Track, which starts at Cradle Mountain.
The Walls of Jerusalem National Park forms part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. The park is very remote and not accessible via road, the Walls retain its wilderness character.