Score: 8.32

A vast, sadly unprotected wilderness, Tasmania’s Tarkine is home to the world’s second largest temperate rainforest (after British Columbia), as well as 56 endangered species, and one of the greatest concentration of Aboriginal sites in the world. However you experience it, via one of the many forest walks, self-guided drives, or river cruises, or by staying at the heritage town of Corinna, “once you see this glory, you’ll feel so proud to call yourself an Aussie,” says Catriona Rowntree. You better get there quick. More info: discoverthetarkine.com.au

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