If there's any place on earth that's an untouched Garden of Eden, it's Tasmania's remote, temperate wilderness. With more than 40% of the island protected in reserves and National Parks, this is an island for nature lovers. Separated from mainland Australia by the Bass Strait, the country's smallest state offers a magnificent variety of landscapes, from primeval looking forests and magnificent waterfalls to spectacular coastlines of rugged cliffs and sweeping bays. In Tasmania, the air is fresh and the land untouched, making this island state a fabulous place to drive, walk and to explore.
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