Tasmania’s Maria Island Walk, a four-day ramble through a national park and World Heritage penal settlement off the east coast, Friday took out two top Tasmanian Tourism awards.
Tasmanian devil-spotting will soon become a new experience on The Maria Island Walk. To ensure the survival of the species, 50 healthy Tasmanian devils are being set free on Maria Island over the next two years, beginning in November 2012
New acronyms for guided walks were revealed in a recent Weekend Australian article. Freycinet Experience accused of DNWP - Dilberate Native Wildlife Placement!!Read more»