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Although the the smallest of the Australian states, Tasmania is known for it’s diverse wilderness: 50.4% of Tasmania consists of formal and informal reserves on public land, reserves on private land, and Marine Protected Areas (MPAs). The Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area takes up almost 25% of Tasmania. These statistics only tell part of the story – Tasmania has some of the most spectacular scenery and breathtaking bushwalks in Australia.
The protected areas include 19 national parks, which are managed by the Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service. All of the national parks require a valid park pass, which can be purchased for one day, two months, a year or two years.