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The conservation area stretches along the spectacular North-West coast it is the coastal portion of a much larger region known as the Tarkine. A powerful place - a profusion of Aboriginal sites has led to it being hailed as the world's greatest...more
North West Coast, Arthur River, Tasmania 7330, Australia
You could find yourself in a beautiful, natural area or in a land of neglected shacks with rusting, grounded hulks - be careful when choosing your campsite. We thought Prickly Wattle was the best of the available areas to camp. There were pit toilets, water...More
Came as a part of a tour, but thoroughly enjoyed being in this special part of the state. Wild, windy and normally wet but we had sun shining, which made for a glorious day. There was a few drives to do to explore the area...More
As a local Tasmanian, having travelled all over the world, I had not been to this part of Tasmania. What an experience, starting at Stanley and working our way down the rugged west coast, just need to watch out for traffic on the narrow roads...More
Waking up to the wind blowing the spray back over the crashing waves is one of the most exhilarating experiences. This area is fabulous we have seen many wombats, bettongs & Tassie devils in this area. This year it was extremely dry & not as...More
A very large area but ou can only access parts with tracks. We camped at Camp Elsewhere, which is large. Check out the really sheltered areas because winds can be ferocious . Plenty of places to access the wild coast and beaches.
This is a confusing area and I don't think it is promoted well. There is the Tarkine Road which we went on. Due to floods a whole action was closed, Coutta Tocks was not well sign posted (we went there but there were private houses,...More