Tasmania is Australias southern-most state and comprises less than 1% of the nation in terms of landsize covering just 68,000 sq km. However with 472,000 people it outsizes the NT and ACT in terms of population. Tasmania is also 10 hours ahead of GMT and lies completely within the temperate zone.
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A state of it's own, Tasmania is often known as the "Apple Isle". Situated across the dangerous Bass Strait, Tassie enjoys a cool climate and sparse population. Much of the state is dense wilderness and is therefore popular with naturalists.[Feature Story]

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Arthur River to CorinnaArthur River to Corinna
This 2WD trek, also known as the Western Explorer, will offer plenty of attractions, side trips and driving challenges as you journey from Arthur River to Corinna. A good majority of this trek will take you through the tranquil and protected Arthur-Pieman Conservation Area before reaching Corinna - a town surrounded by thousands of hectares of pristine Tarkine wilderness.[Feature Story]
Bay of FiresBay of Fires
Bay of Fires is a conservation area in the northeast cost of Tasmania, situated between Policemans Point and Binalong Bay. It is fast becoming one of Tasmania’s hotspot tourist destinations - having being dubbed the world's best emerging destination for 2009.
Bruny IslandBruny Island
Bruny Island lies off the east coast of Tasmania and is accessible by vehicular ferry from Kettering - 33km south of Hobart. This trek features many attractions including: Cape Bruny Lighthouse, Historic Adventure Bay, Fairy Penguins at the ‘The Neck’, and much more.
Climes TrackClimes Track
The Climes Track provides a unique opportunity to drive the wild coastline of Tasmania's west coast between Granville Harbour and Trial Harbour, avoiding a long inland detour on bitumen roads. The Climes Track is 4WD only.
Devonport to Cradle ValleyDevonport to Cradle Valley
This trek takes you on the wonderful ‘Treasure Trail’ - a diverse region of charming old towns, farmlands, forests and World Heritage Area wilderness, and welcoming people of Tasmania.
Freycinet National ParkFreycinet National Park
Freycinet National Park is part of the Freycinet Peninsula featuring everything paradise is made of. Majestic lush forests, pink-tinged granite cliffs, tranquil white beaches and peaceful walking trails are just some of the things to see and do. This trek takes in attractions such as Cape Tourville, Bluestone Bay, and Friendly Beaches to name a few.
Montezuma Falls and Ring RiverMontezuma Falls and Ring River
The magnificant Montezuma Falls lies deep in state forest between Zeehan and Roseberry with many rivers and creeks to cross along the way. It is a delightful place to visit both for the excitement of the journey and for the experience of seeing Tasmania's highest fall up close.
Sandy Cape TrackSandy Cape Track
The legendary Sandy Cape is one of those inhospitable places that most people only hear about. Similar to the challenges akin to treks such as the Canning Stock Route or Cape York, Sandy Cape is Tasmania’s extreme 4WD destination.
Sarah Anne and Couta RocksSarah Anne and Couta Rocks
Set amongst colourful coastal scenery, buttongrass moorlands and small communities of fishing shacks semi-sheltered from the untamed seas - lies the magnificent Sarah Anne Rocks. This trek, which is roughly 13kms south from Arthur River takes in Sarah Anne and Couta Rocks.
Strahan to Wynyard via Murchison HwyStrahan to Wynyard via Murchison Hwy
The Murchison Highway is a sealed road in Tasmania’s northwest that starts at Rayna and heads north to the town of Somerset on the coast. This trek passes through many old mining towns such as Zeehan and Rosebery, while offering spectacular mountain scenery, cool thick forests and gentle plateaus.
Zeehan Spray TunnelZeehan Spray Tunnel
A short one-way loop track out of Zeehan that takes in some history and is a bit of fun for everyone. This is only a 30 minute return trip but is well worth it if you are passing through Zeehan enroute to the nearby 4WD Montezuma Track.

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