Tasmania is a place of wild and beautiful landscapes, friendly people with a relaxed island lifestyle, wonderful food and wine, and a haunting history evoked by world-famous convict ruins.
No matter where you go, whether you spend time in one place or drive around the island, we know you'll be delighted by what you'll find and surprised at how much bigger Tasmania is on the inside.
Tasmania's unique wilderness and five of Tasmania's historic convict sites are listed by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) as worthy of World Heritage Listing in recognition of their outstanding natural or cultural importance to the common heritage of humanity.
With fewer introduced predators and a relatively large amount of intact habitat, Tasmania is a final refuge for many animal species including the Tasmanian devil. The diversity of Tasmania's vegetation is also remarkable and includes some of the most ancient plant species on Earth, the tallest flowering trees, the oldest plant clones and a high proportion of endemic species
Tasmania also has significant marine reserves where a delicate and beautiful underwater environment is protected for the benefit of future generations.
Tasmania's national parks and reserves are managed by the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service. Many have visitor centres where you can find out about the park's wildlife, history and geology, as well as buy parks passes, books, maps and refreshments. Parks passes are required to visit Tasmania's national parks.
• Lake St. Clair National Park
• Port Arthur Historic Site
• Freycinet National Park
• Mount Wellington
• Three Capes Track
• Bruny Island
• The Nut
• Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park
• Mount Field National Par
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