Australia

Wild Place: Mount Anne, Tasmania

A spectacular bushwalk along Tasmania's South Coast Track

The South Coast Track was the route back to civilisation for 19th century sailors shipwrecked off Tasmania’s southern tip. Today the 85 kilometre bushwalk through South West National Park, Tasmania’s largest wilderness, is where hikers come to flee the modern world. You won’t find any lodges, luxury or otherwise (pack a tent). The reward: coastlines, ancient forests and lush mountains like Mount Anne (pictured); and weird and wild Tassie flora like these spiky, red-tinged pandani plants, only found on the island.

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