Where is it?
Tasmania’s central north wilderness, From Cradle Mountain in the north to Lake St Clair to the south
“Nothing compares to the uniqueness of thisview – the glacier-carved landscape decorated with tannin-stained lakes, the soaring peaks, and the plunging gorges. It’s amazing to see the stark alpine plains and hear the silent green rainforests. The range of plant species – including the fagus, one of Australia’s few native cold-living deciduous trees – is another remarkable feature of this region.” – Diane Byrne, Tourism Tasmania
Image by Chris Bray