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Tarkine Forest Adventures - Dismal Swamp

Tarkine Forest Adventures is an eco-tourism and forestry interpretation centre near Togari, North West Tasmania. Dismal Swamp is a natural blackwood forest sinkhole, believed to be the only one in the world. Formed over thousands of years by dissolving dolomite, the 40 m deep sinkhole is a unique forest habitat supporting a range of plant and animal species.
Visit the Visitor Centre, and view the forest from a cantilevered walkway, suspended over the treetops. Enjoy a tasty meal and glass of fine Tasmanian wine in the restaurant, visit the forest interpretation centre or browse in the shop to choose from a range of Tasmanian-made products.
From here you can follow the walkway to the floor of the sinkhole, or take the exhilarating 110 m slide from the viewing platform to the swamp floor. Stroll along the timber walkway to discover this ancient environment through interpretation signs and artworks interpreting the spirit of Dismal Swamp.
Guided tours are also available.
The slide operates during business hours unless there is an extreme weather event. Children must be at least eight years old and at least 90 cm tall to ride.
Dismal Swamp is a 90-minute drive (116 km) west of Burnie.

26059 Bass Highway,
Via Smithton, TAS, 7330

Located 4.3K from Redpa

Arthur River

Arthur River is surrounded by dramatic coastal scenery and wet forests which is a great base for exploring the Tarkine wilderness area in Tasmania's North West. The town borders the Arthur-Pieman Conservation Area where there are facilities for camping, picnics and barbecues.
The tiny West Coast settlement of Arthur River is also the northern access point to the Western Explorer, an unsealed road that takes you to Corinna on the Pieman River, just over 100 km south.
Arthur River is the gateway for four-wheel drive explorations and coastal walks.
Be prepared for all types of weather.

Arthur River, TAS, 7330

Located 16.1K from Redpa

Tarkine Drive - The

Heading off the beaten track and into the wilderness, The Tarkine Drive in Tasmania's north-west is now easily accessible for anyone wanting to get back in touch with nature and experience the wilderness.
The loop through the Tarkine Drive takes travellers through natural and dramatic landscapes beginning with Kanunnah Bridge Picnic Area, taking its name from the aboriginal name for 'Tasmanian Tiger', Sumac Lookout surrounded by rainforest and tall eucalypts and more impressive widespread views of the river and beyond. Julius River Forest Reserve has cool temperate rainforest, excellent picnic facilities and a half-hour walk. Lake Chisholm Forest Reserve has flooded limestone sinkholes and meandering walks through old myrtle forests and alongside still watered lakes. West Beckett Forest Reserve is for the more adventurous. At Milkshakes Hills Forest Reserve, relax with picnic spots nestled among the eucalypts. Completing the loop is the Trowutta Arch Rain Forest Walk; a stunning and natural geological structure.
The Tarkine Drive is an effortless 60 km drive from Stanley and an easy 38 km drive from Smithton. Smithton to the Tarkine Drive return is 130 km.
Recent sealing of the roads has made the drive easily accessible and much more pleasurable.

Roger River, TAS, 7330

Located 18.1K from Redpa

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