Welcome to Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park
Named after the wild rivers that twist and cascade their way through its infinitely rugged landscapes, this magnificent national park is part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area and encompasses the catchments of the Franklin, Olga and Gordon Rivers. Proclaimed a national park in 1981, it's a place as wild as the name suggests. Bushwalkers head to the imposing white-quartzite tip of Frenchmans Cap (1443m), while rafters bump down the emblematic Franklin River on one of the world's great rafting trips.
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