Wild Rivers NO DAMS the blockade!
Serious 4x4 travels into the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers national park. Travel by the 1992 commissioned King hydro scheme developed after the Franklin River was spared, the Darwin crater and Leatherwood honey.
Stand on sites that bear remnants of the early 1980's NO DAMS conflict. This expanse of wilderness is one of only two sites in the world that satisfy seven criteria to be UNESCO World Heritage listed.
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Mountain Heights-Wild Nights
Get some serious elevation on this 4x4 excursion up to the Mt Owen plateau. The views from high on the mountain are simply awe inspiring. Ifs that's enough for you that's great!
We have available an evening trip into the forests to view the nocturnal wildlife. A great value add or a special adventure all it's own.
Enjoy a hot nightcap prepared by your guide surrounded by some magical forest hiding a spectacle you will most likely fondly remember.
Lost Mines-Ancient Pines
Find us at the Paragon Theatre for an interpreted tour throughout this beautiful 1933 Cinema.
Then it's time to explore pioneering Copper, Gold and Silver mines in Western Tasmania's ancient forests. Take your own Rockchip sample!
Stand among Huon and King Billy pines some thousands of years old.
Meet with modern day Piners for an access all areas tour of Tasmanian Special Timbers mill. Choose your own complimentary sample.
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Lake Margaret Hydropower
By the early 1900's The Mt Lyell Mining & Railway Co furnaces had consumed the local forests. No coal was found and an energy solution was needed. The Mt Lyell company took waterpower to a new level and built a Hydroelectric power scheme and village where generations would thrive.
Lake Margaret and the Yolande river with woodstave pipes and 1914 pelton wheel turbines still roar today. Book with us to visit the Lake Margaret Hydropower site. Learn of toils and a unique way of life.