Tasmanian Wilderness

Tasmanian Wilderness

DVD - 2006
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"The October edition of Australian Geographic magazine comes with a 52-minute DVD on the The Best of Australia - Tasmania. ... Sorrel takes you beneath the surface and into the clouds to show you parts of Tasmania few have seen. You will discover some unusual facts - from the sex life of echidnas, to how to help save Australia's rarest bird - the Orange Bellied Parrot. The film is a visual tapestry showing you how Australia looked 45 million years ago - the plantlife, mountains and glacial lakes. You will meet a troglophile who haunts wild caves, Tasmanian devil experts and park rangers who manage these wild places. Sorrel takes you along as she explores two of Tasmania's greatest walks - the Overland Track and the South Coast Track. You find out how to explore the World Heritage Area's Gordon River in comfort, and the history of Strahan and the formidable Sarah Island." --Australian Geographic.
Publisher: Terrey Hills, N.S.W. : Australian Geographic, 2006
Branch Call Number: DVD 919.46 TASM
Characteristics: 1 vidoedisc (DVD) (52 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 map
Alternative Title: Australian geographic


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