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Tasmania Eco Travel Guide

Tasmania travel guide from Tourism Tasmania and responsibletravel

Tasmania travel guide from Tourism Tasmania and responsibletravel

Tasmania Eco Travel Guide

by Synappsis Limited
Tasmania Eco Travel Guide
Tasmania Eco Travel Guide
Tasmania Eco Travel Guide

What is it about?

Tasmania travel guide from Tourism Tasmania and responsibletravel.com

Tasmania Eco Travel Guide

App Details

Version
1.1.1
Rating
NA
Size
92Mb
Genre
Travel Reference
Last updated
December 3, 2012
Release date
April 12, 2012
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App Store Description

Tasmania travel guide from Tourism Tasmania and responsibletravel.com

Explore the diverse natural wilderness with a unique iPhone app that showcases the best that Tasmania has to offer.

Available for free on all Apple devices, the app allows travellers to explore Tasmania’s rich natural diversity, research and enquire about tours and places to stay, discover how to have an intimate encounter with weird and wonderful wildlife, and even listen to the call of the most iconic resident, the Tasmanian Devil.

The perfect companion for travellers, walkers and nature enthusiasts alike, the app uses maps to plot the route of some of Tasmania’s most famous multi-day walks, including the Overland Track, the Maria Island and Bay of Fires, walks, and the South Coast Track. One of these, the Tarkine Rainforest walk actually takes visitors through the last major tract of temperate rainforest on the planet and is the last refuge for the Tasmanian devil.

The App provides information on the Franklin River story itself, along with information on its whitewater rafting –at ten days, the longest in the world – and the state’s newest adventure tour, Cradle Mountain Canyons, both of which are in the heart of the World Heritage Wilderness.

Users can also learn about cultural attractions and city sites, the food and wine, read and save articles to their favourites, view photo galleries and videos, and even comment as they explore.