This pristine wilderness lies in the heart of the World Heritage Area with dramatic mountains, towering trees, deep valleys, ... More
Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park
This pristine wilderness lies in the heart of the World Heritage Area with dramatic mountains, towering trees, deep valleys, spectacular gorges and wild rivers. Enjoy a drive along the 56 kilometer stretch of the Lyell Highway through the middle of the park for a simple taste of this magnificent wilderness or for a closer encounter take advantage of picturesque picnic spots and excellent short walks. Energetic visitors can hike into the wilderness or raft on the rivers, or, for a more leisurely river experience, take a cruise boat from the coastal town of Strahan.Admission: National Park charges apply.
Designated in 1890, this national park features many trees, which are named after famous United States Generals. The trees are
located in Grant Grove and include such names as General Grant Tree and the General Sherman Tree. Also featured ...
This park features a spectacular limestone karst landscape with an underground river. One of the river's distinguishing features is that
it emerges directly into the sea, and its lower portion is subject to tidal influences. The area also represents ...