Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park

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Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park is in Tasmania, Australia.

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The Franklin Gordon Wild Rivers National Park is a part of the South West Tasmania World Heritage area. It is one of a number national parks, and despite being originally the Frenchmans Cap national park, it was expanded to include a significant part of the South West. It can be accessed from Lyell Highway in the northern part, and it can be entered in the mid region at Strathgordon.

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  • Derwent Bridge
  • Queenstown
  • Strahan
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