© Tarkine.com Tasmania-Australia.com Dense vegtation abounds in the Tarkine Weaving wonder within the Tarkine Native Tasmanian bush pepper The Tarkine - Gondwanan rainforest Rainforest, Rivers, Mountains, Middens, Sand dunes The Tarkine represents Australia's largest remaining single tract of  Gondwanan rainforest and is the largest wilderness dominated by  rainforest in Australia.   The Tarkine contains approximately 1,800 km² of rainforest, around  400 km² of eucalypt forest and a mosaic of other vegetation  communities, including dry sclerophyll forest, woodland, buttongrass  moorland, sandy littoral communities, wetlands, grassland and  sphagnum communities.  The area comprises a number of wild rivers, exposed mountains,  globally unique magnesite and dolomite cave systems and the largest  basalt plateau in Tasmania to have retained its original vegetation.  There are also large sand dune areas extending several kilometres  inland. Some of these contain ancient Aboriginal middens. 

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