Now this really is the wilderness. The remote 180-sq-km Savage River National Park is inaccessible to all but 4WD vehicles, and even then access is limited. The park protects part of the largest contiguous region of cool temperate rainforest surviving in Australia, as well as pristine blanket bogs, undisturbed river catchments and rare wildlife. There are no roads and no facilities for visitors. Only the very hardiest of bushwalkers make it in here.