By Isabel Croker
Tasmania may be the smallest Australian state, but what she lacks in size, she makes up for with a load of remarkable national parks. Tasmania is synonymous with natural spectacles, rugged wilderness and legendary gourmet food, but few of us know that the Apple Isle boasts 19 national parks, covering a whopping 40% of the island. Across Tasmania, the parks are full of untouched ancient rainforests, imposing coastal landscapes and breathtaking alpine moorlands; nature is what Tassie does best.
We’ve taken it upon ourselves to round up the best of Tasmania’s national parks that will secure The Apple Isle a special spot in your heart. Pack your bags, strap on your walking boots and prepare to embark on a wanderlust-satisfying adventure that will help you reset, get in touch with nature and let your wild spirit run free.
Read the full article: 10 Of Tasmania’s Best National Parks You Need To Visit
Location: Tasmania, Australia
Highlights: National Park / Natural Spectacles / Rugged Wilderness / Untouched Ancient Rainforests / Coastal Landscapes
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