Tasmanian Wilderness The island of Tasmania has wilderness that is world reknowned for its ancient forests and remote mountains and rivers. Thousands of years of being largely untouched by humans has allowed some of the oldest and largest trees in the world to flourish. One of the most interesting Tasmania facts is that Tassie has one of the oldest native trees in the world, the Huon Pine. There are also a number of mountain ranges (one of the most famous being Cradle Mountain) scattered across the state which provide spectacular hiking or camping opportunities
Air Tasmania is said to have the cleanest air in the world.
Other interesting facts about Tasmania.
The Bush Inn at New Norfolk (1825) is the oldest continually licensed public house in Australia.