Explore Maria Island Marine Reserve and surrounding areas whilst enjoying unique underwater footage in this 49 minute DVD.
Powerful Country, Passionate People.
The Arthur-Pieman is an extraordinary place - and those lucky enough to live here know it. Meet some of the locals that give this place its unique character.
The Needwonnee Walk is a unique interpretive experience created at Melaleuca in remote South West Tasmania - the former homelands of the Needwonnee Aboriginal people. The booklet and DVD tell the remarkable and poignant story.
Information pack includes a waterproof marine reserve map, a beautifully pictured visitors' guide showcasing the marine life and fascinating cultural history of the area, and a 30 minute DVD with interviews from experts and stunning underwater and aerial footage.
This package provides information for walkers planning to undertake the South Coast Track in SouthWest National Park.
South Bruny National Park contains an appealing mix of towering dolerite cliffs, secluded coves, long sandy beaches, colourful heathlands fragrant dry and wet eucalypt forests, and borders a large lagoon. This map highlights the walking tracks and features tourist information along with general topographic detail.
Situated in central western Tasmania, Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park is the most famous of Tasmania's national parks. Its rugged mountain peaks and alpine moorland offer some of the finest scenery in Australia, making it a mecca for bushwalkers. This map highlights the walking tracks and features tourist information along with general topographic detail.
This waterproof map highlights the walking tracks and features tourist information along with general topographic detail and is essential for walkers traversing the world famous Overland Track. The notes on the reverse side introduce visitors to the vegetation, land forms, animals, history of the area, bushwalking tips, safety essentials and booking requirements for the Overland Track.
This map shows the walking tracks and tourist information for Douglas-Apsley National Park which is located in the north east of Tasmania.
The magnificent quartzite dome of Frenchmans Cap (1443m) is a mecca for bushwalkers and climbers. The panoramic view from the peak on a clear day includes Mt Ossa, features of the southern end of Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park and Macquarie Harbour to the west. This map highlights the walking tracks and features tourist information along with general topographic detail.
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