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The international body which governs World Heritage areas calls on the Tasmanian Government to halt tourism development in the state’s wilderness until the impacts are fully understood.
Source: UN calls on Tasmania to pause wilderness development
Tasmania’s government has been sitting on a report that could call into question the approval of some tourism projects in protected wilderness.
Source: Secret report could call into question approvals given to existing wilderness tourism projects
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For the first time in 20 years, Air New Zealand has started flying to Tasmania — and it could be the island escape many have been waiting for.
Source: Trans-Tasman bubble: Tasmania – The mystical island Kiwis can now fly direct to
Native wildlife, cosy accommodation and unbeatable scenery are just some of the treats in this World Heritage area.
Source: Nine things to see and do at Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park
Tasmania’s west is one of Australia’s last true wilderness frontiers, but it’s easy to experience from Strahan. Follow this itinerary to experience it all!
Source: Things to do in Strahan: A 4-5 Day Itinerary for Western Tasmania
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Whether it is hiking up Cradle Mountain to catch the romantic display of autumn leaves, indulging in fresh seafood and whiskey at winter festivals, or cuddling the Tasmanian Devil, Tasmania has something for every traveller.
Source: 5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Tasmania in Autumn & Winter
Leisa Tyler walks in the vast Tarkine wilderness in the state’s north-west, among some of the oldest forests on earth.
Source: Old growth, new life
While planning a trip to Australia, Jim Winnerman was quickly stymied by the nation’s enormous size and the long distances separating major attractions.
Source: Tasmania is an attractive alternative to nearby Australia