Discover the Wilderness of Tasmania’s Cradle Coast
Immerse yourself in the colours.
Tune into the sounds of nature.
Explore with us.
Come home, to the wilderness.
From stepping off the Spirit of Tasmania to making your next move, a world of adventure lies ahead on Tasmania’s North West. The wilderness is welcoming, as if you’re coming home to wherever you explore next.
The winding roads as you pass through quiet landscapes draw you in with their perfectly wild solitude.
Our rivers and oceans bring majestic calmness – a depth of serenity that allows your senses to truly come alive.
When greeted with the opportunity for adventure, accept its offer. The view from the mountain tops and the depths of the forest is worth every single step.
The morning stillness on the water, the charm of the fog, its refreshing silence is a masterpiece of the wild.
Losing track of time – it’s the ultimate freedom.
Becoming one with the ocean, the land and the present moment is our most natural state of being.
Leaving, you’re left with memories of moments that rejuvenated you – snapshots in time to serve as reminders of beauty, adventure, nature – of the places that you were always meant to explore, enjoy and protect.
That’s the feeling of coming home, to the wilderness.
The Tarkine The 447,000 hectare Tarkine Wilderness Area is Australia’s largest tract of unprotected temperate rainforest and it contains vast forests of myrtle, leatherwood and pine trees
Strahan and Western Wilderness: Stunning, scenic Strahan invites you to explore the past and present, with tours of its majestic harbor and Gordon River by boat or plane. Immerse yourself in the history of mining towns in the region.
Corinna and Surrounds: The tiny nineteenth-century township of Corinna is a unique wonderland from which to explore mountain, river, forest and sea, including the Tarkine and the marvellous nearby mining town of Waratah.