52 Places to Visit

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North West


Tasmania’s North West forests contain a wide range of easily accessible environments.

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North


Between the rich farming country on the coast and the heights of the Central Plateau Conservation Area lie areas of State forest nestled under the Great Western Tiers.

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North East


The North East Forests have the Scottsdale Forest EcoCentre as their hub, and extends from the Tamar Valley east to the coast and south to the South Esk Highway.

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West


The West Coast boasts historic townships, magnificent waterfalls, lakes, rivers, rainforests, dunes and historic sites.

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Central


With the midlands famous for agricultural and heritage values, the central highlands is renowned for its wilderness values.

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East


Tasmania's East Coast is on the edge of the Great Southern Ocean and features sandy beaches, mountain ranges, forests, national parks and colonial history and wildlife.

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South


The Southern Forests located south of Hobart are mainly wet eucalypt forests because of high rainfall, rich soils and periodic wildfires.

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