This is the page that gives you a directory to pages with information on areas for bush walking and camping in Tasmania. You will find on these pages various accounts of trips made by the author, photos, track notes and camping information, etc. These should be of some help to the person seeking to visit these places.
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Tasmania offers Australia and the world some of the last remaining true wilderness areas to be found on the planet. Much of Tasmania is wilderness at its best. Almost a third of Tasmania is already protected wilderness, with the fight ongoing to protect even more of this wonderfully wild place.
When visiting Tasmania consider buying a National Parks Entry Pass which will get you entry to every park in Tasmania for two months for $33.00 per vehicle (2003). If you plan entering a lot of parks this will save you a lot of money.
One thing to remember in Tasmania when walking in the wilderness is that the weather can be very unpredictable and snowfalls throughout the year are common.
- Ben Lomond N.P.
- Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair N.P.
- Douglas-Apsley N.P.
- Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers N.P.
- Freycinet N.P.
- Hartz Mountains N.P.
- Mole Creek Karst N.P.
- Mt Field N.P.
- Narawntapu N.P.
- Rocky Cape N.P.
- South Bruny N.P.
- Tasman N.P.
- Walls of Jerusalem N.P.
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