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UNESCO World Heritage site Tasmanian Wilderness comprises several parks and reserves creating one of Australia's largest conservation areas. Sites include Central Plateau Conservation and Protected Areas, Devils Gullet State Reserve, South East Mutton Bird Islet, and the following National Parks: Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair, Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers, Hartz Mountains, Mole Creek Karst, Southwest, Walls of Jerusalem, and Mt Field.
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  1. Explore remote Tasmanian wilderness first by visiting Bathurst Harbour and Port Davey by boat. Then stroll through Melaleuca and see the endangered orange-bellied parrot at the Deny King Bird Hide.
    Meal Provided


    9 hour(s) (morning)
  2. Travel via comfortable coach from Hobart and walk through the Tasmanian rainforest with its beautiful fern trees and wildlife. See the majestic Russell Falls as you head to Mt. Field National Park.
    Pick-up Provided


    Tue, Thu
    7 hour(s) (morning)

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