Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, Strahan

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National Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers is a national park in Tasmania, 117 km west of Hobart. It is named after the two main river systems lying within the bounds of the park - the Franklin River and the Gordon River.

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  • We visited on a boat cruise on a calm day. The water was like glass. Beautiful destination and I am glad it is being preserved.  more »
  • We enjoyed viewing old Huon pines up to 800 years old and a baby of 90 years! We always wonder if there are thylacines hidden away in the trees!  more »
  • Informative commentary. Staff & fellow travellers very friendly. Buffet lunch which was included in the ticket price was fresh & abundant.
  • Simply stunning beauty! Nature at its best! Never ever has experienced nature like this before! Heaven on earth.

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