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Tourism and Protected Areas in Tasmania
Tourism and Protected Areas in Tasmania
Tasmania is the smallest state in Australia, and has many protected areas. As of 3 September 2012 there were 584 pieces of reserved land (private and public) managed under the National Parks and Reserved Land Management Act 2002, equalling 2,584,126.33ha. Tasmania reached a coverage of about 30% of the land and 6% its marine environment protec ...
Available online at: http://www.parks.tas.gov.au/indeX.aspX?base=2074
  • Tasman National Park, Tasmania
  • Tasman National Park, Tasmania
  • Tasman National Park, Tasmania
  • Tasman National Park, Tasmania
  • Tasman National Park, Tasmania
  • Tasman National Park, Tasmania
  • Gum trees, Tasman National Park, Tasmania
  • Coastal forest, Tasman National Park, Tasmania
  • Coastal forest, Tasman National Park, Tasmania
  • Coastal forest, Tasman National Park, Tasmania
  • Tasmanian Native-hen (Tribonyx mortierii), Bruny Island, Tasmania
  • Laughing Kookaburra (Dacelo novaeguineae), Tasman National Park, Tasmania
  • Green Rosella (Platycercus caledonicus), Tasman national park, Tasmania
  • Noisy Miner (Manorina melanocephala), Botanical Garden,  Hobart, Tasmania
  • Eastern Rosella (Platycercus eximius), Botanical Garden,  Hobart, Tasmania
  • Self registration for park fee, South Bruny National Park, Tasmania
  • South Bruny National Park, Tasmania
  • South Bruny National Park, Tasmania
  • Scarlet Robin (Petroica boodang), Bruny National Park, Tasmania
  • South Bruny National Park, Tasmania
  • South Bruny National Park, Tasmania
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