Australia - North & Western Tasmania (Chapter)
This is the North & Western Tasmania chapter from Lonely Planet’s Australia guidebook.
With soaring alpine peaks and dreamy, untouched wilderness, the northern coast consists of dramatic beaches and historic towns such as Stanley and Penguin. In the hinterland are some of the best places in Australia to see platypuses.
- explore Tasmania’s alpine heart as you search for wombats, then climb Cradle Mountain
- get a bird’s-eye view of World Heritage wilderness, then land on the Gordon River
- go beyond the paved road, deep into the Tarkine rainforest at Corinna
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Devonport, Penguin, Deloraine, Walls of Jerusalem National Park, Sheffield & around, King Island, Burnie, Stanley, Marrawah, Corinna, Queenstown, Strahan, Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Southwest National Park, Lake Pedder and Strathgordon.
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