The more than 447,000 hectare region roughly covers the expanse between the Arthur and Pieman rivers – and encompasses a broad array of diverse landscape features and outstanding natural and cultural values. Scientists, environment groups, and Australian politicians have identified and recognised the Tarkine’s unique world heritage values and their need for protection. We need YOUR HELP to ensure that the Tarkine is looked after into the future. To find out about conservation issues in the Tarkine, click here.
To find out more about the Tarkine’s values, please click on the relevant section for more information about what makes the Tarkine such an extraordinary wild place.