Since the map above was produced, some
parks have been added or renamed. Please note that fees
apply for entry into Tasmania's national parks, but the Government
assure us that the funds are spent maintaining facilities within the
parks. All links go to relevant pages within the Parks and Wildlife
An alpine park with downhill skiing in season.
Offers a variety of wilderness experiences.
Protects the rich diversity dry sclerophyll forest.
Spectacular scenery on Tasmania's east coast.
Superb mountain landscapes close to Hobart.
The Kent Group is as beautiful as it is remote.
Offers a wealth of walking opportunities.
A rich history, walks and abundant wildlife.
Discover the caves at Mole Creek.
From waterfalls to snow-capped peaks.
Long lonely beaches, rich wildlife and plant life.
(formerly Asbestos Range)
The "Serengeti" of Tasmania, rich in wildlife.
Aboriginal heritage, shipwrecks and more.
A remote, wilderness park of temperate rainforest.
Situated at the southern tip of Bruny Island.
The heart of the Tasmanian wilderness.
Home of rare flora and fauna on Flinders Island.
Superb coastal scenery and stunning sea cliffs.
Rich alpine flora set among rugged mountains.
Dramatic peaks, rainforest, wild rivers and gorges.
(*forms part of the Tasmanian
Wilderness World Heritage Area. § part of the Cradle Mountain -
Lake St Clair National Park)
Tasmania's Premier Wilderness Aviation Company