Section in Tasmania
In the North West you’ll find fresh air, fresh food and a fresh perspective on life with strong connections between the natural environment and just-harvested produce. Pull back to a slower pace and soak in natural beauty, wild coastlines, picturesque towns and a slower lifestyle. Be transformed by wild coastlines, waterfalls revealed through rainforests and the greatest expanse of cool temperate rainforest in Australia, and second largest in the world – The Tarkine. Cruise down the Gordon River and take in the mirror-calm reflections of the World Heritage Area rainforest. Visit the ‘Edge of the World’, a mystical and spiritual place in a wild and natural setting. Said to be a place to cast a pebble to the shores of eternity, to be washed by the Ocean of Time. Swap wild alpine walks in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, a park that safeguards ancient alpine landscapes, for home-reared food at farm door restaurants on a gourmet-feasting trail. No need to rush, everything is close in this corner of the island.