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SOUTH WEST TASMANIA - CHAPMAN 6TH EDITION

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The wilderness of south west Tasmania contains some of Australia's most spectacular scenery and is a mecca for bushwalkers from all over the world.

New 2017 edition. (6th edition)

 

SOUTH WEST TASMANIA - CHAPMAN 6TH EDITION

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South West Tasmania by John Chapman

What an authority on SW Tassie John Chapman is.  This book has seen six editions over many years. And what a place to go walking!

Because of the infamous tassie weather most bushwalkers visit this region in summer although autumn can offer excellent conditions also. For an account of what it is like to visit the Western Arthurs in winter Bogong staffer Jack Chenoweth has written an account. Click here...

The wilderness of south west Tasmania contains some of Australia's most spectacular scenery and is a mecca for bushwalkers from all over the world. Jagged peaks, massive cliffs, tannin-stained lakes, open plains and deep gorges are intermingled with forest and scrub for which the region is famous. Equally beautiful are the sandy beaches, sharp headlands and tranquil lagoons of the rugged coastline.

Track notes include - . South Coast Track . Port Davey Track . Southern Ranges . South West Cape . Mt Anne . Western Arthur Range . Federation Peak . Frenchmans Cap.

This Guide covers the South West and Gordon Franklin Wild Rivers National Parks. These form the bulk of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage area. 

Don't just buy this book and dream, buy it and go.

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