© Tarkine.com Tasmania-Australia.com The Tarkine North West Tasmania On the Edge of Tasmania’s West Coast

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The Tarkine is, on the basis of high conservation values,[2] roughly bounded to the north by the Arthur River, to the east by the Murchison Highway, to the south by the Pieman River, and to the west by the Indian Ocean. The wilderness area covers approximately 4,500 km². It can be entered from several points, with the most common being via Sumac Road from the north, Corinna in the south, Waratah in the west and Wynyard from the north-east. Wynyard has an interstate airport and sealed road access into the Tarkine

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