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TNPA News No 35 – Autumn 2023

2023-06-09T06:39:19+00:00June 9th, 2023|

This issue of TNPA News contains a photo feature on Tasmania's 'forgotten wilderness', the 139,000 hectare Spero - Wanderer region left out of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area south of Macquarie Harbour.

TNPA News No 34 – Spring 2022

2022-11-27T05:59:45+00:00November 27th, 2022|

This issue of TNPA News celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, describing the struggle that led to its initial World Heritage listing in 1982, as well as subsequent campaigns that gave rise to major expansions in the protected area in 1989 and 2013.

TNPA News No 33 – Autumn 2022

2022-05-29T20:08:16+00:00May 29th, 2022|

In this issue, we describe the history of Tasmania’s national park system, and note the centenary of one of Tasmania’s most famous parks. It is apparent that tourism development issues are not new, and disturbing current trends are noted. But there are also encouraging results from a recent national poll.

TNPA News No 32 – Spring 2021

2021-11-02T22:39:07+00:00November 2nd, 2021|

The 20 years campaigns timeline in this issue of TNPA News gives an impressive picture of the work and achievements of the TNPA since its inception. It also, more soberingly, shows that some of the same battles have had to be fought over and again!

TNPA News No 31 – Summer 2021

2021-03-09T19:50:38+00:00February 18th, 2021|

Tourism-related issues are again discussed in this issue, specifically the opportunity presented by the COVID-19 shutdown to do things differently in future. There is also discussion of issues relevant to the forthcoming TWWHA fire management plan. Reviews of two new books also feature.

TNPA News No 30 – Winter 2020

2020-07-12T12:00:30+00:00July 12th, 2020|

This issue has a focus on Tasmania's marine protected areas, with many stunning photos accompanying a detailed article. Other articles discuss various threats to the values of some terrestrial reserves - potential overuse at the Walls of Jerusalem, the major new track and hut(s) proposed for the Tyndall Range area, and the likely long term impact of the 2019 wildfires.

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