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The North West Tasmania region has large tracts of wilderness, which support rare and endangered wildlife as well as unusual geological formations and rich volcanic soils. The area has Tasmania’s most prosperous farming lands and is increasingly becoming a must-see tourist destination. The region is reknown for vegetable growing, dairy products, prime beef, honey, wine and fresh fruits.
The North West Tasmania region covers a vast area including the towns of Devonport, Burnie, Strahan and Queenstown as well as Cradle Mountain National Park. The gateway to North West Tasmania region is Devonport, with an airport and the Spirit of Tasmania terminus.
The West Coast area of Tasmania is made up of rugged coast, mountain ranges, flowing rivers, steep gorges, rainforest wilderness and small towns. Out in the waters of Bass Strait, King Island consists of uninhabited bushland teeming with wildlife. King Island produces some of the best dairy products and is famous for.
Stroll beautiful white beaches, explore scenic fishing villages, take in mountain views and breathe in some of the cleanest air in the world.