Tasmania's Island Heritage
Tasmania’s Island Heritage National Landscape is a pristinely beautiful yet accessible wilderness of dramatic coastlines, thick forests and snow-capped mountains. Separated from the Australian mainland during the last Ice Age, for nearly 10,000 years the island has evolved in splendid isolation, creating a living museum of some of the world’s oldest and rarest plants and animals. The untamed beauty of Tasmania’s Island Heritage is so precious it meets more World Heritage criteria than anywhere else on the planet. Here, you can find countless world-class nature and adventure experiences and be captivated by the Aboriginal heritage and Australia’s early convict and settler history.
- Conservation factsheet (PDF - 762 KB)
- Destination factsheet (PDF - 735 KB)
- Suggested itinerary (PDF - 641 KB)
- Wildlife and natural events calendar (PDF - 349 KB)
Visit the Tourism Australia website to find out more on Tasmania's Island Heritage.