Tasmania

Franklin-Gordon Rivers National Park at the epicentre of Tasmania's acclaimed World Heritage area. Being a wilderness area the best way to see this park is by either white water rafting down one of the wild rivers or via cruise boat or seaplane from Strathan. there are plenty of white water tours on the river for your thrills. In 1982 was placed on the UNESCO World Heritage list It comprises a wilderness area of quartz peaks, rain forest, and limestone caves, and the Kutikina Caves,an important archaeological site inhabited by Aborigines during the last Ice Age. Now Government protected , in 1989 Southwest National Park and Lake St Clair National Park, were incorporated into a special region, The Tasmanian Wilderness.