Wild zone of nature of Tasmanie
The wild Zone of nature of Tasmanie (in Tasmanian Wilderness ) is registered on the Liste of the world heritage of UNESCO in Tasmanie, Australia. The inscription goes back to 1982, with an extension in 1989. It is one of the vastest protected areas in Australia, of a surface of 13.800 km ², covering nearly 20% of Tasmanie.
--> Vestiges found in the caves limestones attest of an occupation which goes back to more than 20.000 years in the zone.
Geographical areaThe national parks and reserves following compose the wild Zone of nature of Tasmanie:
- Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clearly National Park
- National Southwest Park
- Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park
- Hartz Mountains National Park
- Mole Creek Karst National Park
- National Walls off Jerusalem Park
- Central Plate Conservation Area
- Devils Gullet State Reserve
- Protected areas off Tasmania (Australia)
- Tasmanian Parks & Wildlife Service Descriptive site
- Department off the Environment and Heritage site
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