Living Lights - The Glowworms of Australia and New Zealand by Cathie Plowman. This book is described as a celebration of the intriguing world of glowworms, as it's beautiful illustrations and photographs will attest.
Ride Around Tasmania has information on recreational registration, maps and grid references leading you to some great rides as well as tips on how you can ride safely and minimise your impact. This guide is a must for anybody who rides a trail bike, four wheel bike or other all terrain vehicles (ATV) for recreation.
Macquarie Island Nature Reserve is one of the most valuable reserves in Australia and the world, well recognised for its conservation, geological, ecological and scientific values. It is a World Heritage Area, a Biosphere Reserve, and is listed on the Register of the National Estate.
THE OVERLAND TRACK: One Walk, Many Journeys
Your essential guide to the Overland Track. Contains daily walk notes, 3D maps, and detailed interpretive notes on the geology, flora, fauna and history of the track. Published by Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service. (Note: Parks recommends this guide be used in conjunction with the TASMAP 1:100,000 Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park map.)
This hugely popular booklet is written especially for primary and high school-aged children. It contains a vast amount of activities and information to help you get the most out of your extraordinary journey. (Note: During the booking season the trek guide is provided complimentary to children under 18.)
Making their own way: The Dunbabins on Maria Island 1869-1876 is by Tom Dunbabin.
This book by John Chapman contains comprehensive track notes for walking the Overland Track in Tasmania. The book is intended for those walking the Overland Track only. The guide has colour topographic maps of the entire track plus gradient profiles of the track and major side trips.
This book by John Chapman contains comprehensive track notes for walking the South Coast track in Tasmania. The book is intended for those walking the South Coast track only. The guide has colour topographic maps of the entire track plus gradient profiles of the track and major side trips.
This book by John Chapman covers all the main tracks and routes in South West and Wild Rivers National Parks in Tasmania. The book contains comprehensive track notes and also brief background notes on history, weather, botany and geology, place names, comprehensive safety notes and access details.
This Tasmanian Mammals field guide features photographs and text by Dave Watts.
This page produced by the Parks & Wildlife Service, a unit of the Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment