Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers is a national park in Tasmania, 117 km west of Hobart. It is named after the two main river systems lying within the bounds of the park – the Franklin River and the Gordon River.
The park supports a diverse range of vegetation, dominated by cool temperate rainforest, drier eucalypt forests and picturesque button grass moorland. The park also contains Aboriginal and convict historic sites.
You can enjoy excellent views across world heritage wilderness at King William Saddle, including views to Mt Rufus to the north and Frenchmans Cap in the distant west. You can also see the dramatic change in vegetation and geology that separates Tasmania’s east and west.
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