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  • Remote beach, South Coast, Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. Photo: Nick Sawyer

Newsletter No 26 – Autumn 2018

April 5th, 2018|

A theme that occurs in most of the articles in this issue of TNPA News is the pressure to ‘open up’ wild and undisturbed parts of Tasmania for so-called ecotourism developments.

  • Organ Pipes at sunrise, Mt Wellington. Photo: Michael Roberts

Newsletter No 25 – Spring 2017

October 1st, 2017|

A theme common to a number of articles in this issue of TNPA News is that Tasmania is being ‘loved to death’. But maybe ‘love’ is not the appropriate word, ‘visited to death’ would be more apt, for ‘love’ implies care.

  • Giant Swamp Gum, Mt Field National Park. Photo: Mark Clemens

Newsletter No 23 – Winter 2016

June 1st, 2016|

This edition of our newsletter celebrates, in words and pictures, the centenary of the declaration of Mt Field National Park, Tasmania's first national park, in 1916.

  • Giblin River bushfire, southwest Tasmania, Jan 2013. Fire started by lightning. Note that the fire has largely burned buttongrass but in places has burned right up onto the mountain range. Photo: Adrian Pyrke

Newsletter No 22 – Summer 2016

January 1st, 2016|

Many of the articles in this edition of our newsletter indicate the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service is being prevented from carrying out its core responsibilities.

  • Frenchmans Cap National Park, Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. Photo: Chris Bell

Newsletter No 21 – Winter 2015

June 1st, 2015|

The draft Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area Management Plan received more than 7600 submissions, revealing a remarkable level of public concern. The majority were very critical.