takayna/Tarkine The takayna/Tarkine region of north western Tasmania is home to one of the last undisturbed tracts of Gondwanan rainforest in the world and a place where Tasmanian Aboriginal people have a continuing relationship with the land. The coastline is a cultural heritage landscape, with an abundance of high density living sites including midden deposits,…

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The Tamar The kanamaluka/Tamar River, part of Tasmania‚Äôs longest river system, has for many years been the centre of concern over environmental neglect and degradation in northern Tasmania. While the Tamar Valley is a beautiful region with wineries, agriculture and tourism, the river continues to suffer from pollution and poor water quality. We respectfully acknowledge…

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Penguins Little Penguins living along the coast of Southern Australia, and especially around Tasmania, are under increasing threats to their habitat, both on land and in the ocean. We respectfully acknowledge the palawa people as the Traditional Owners and ongoing custodians¬†of lutruwita/Tasmania, pay tribute to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and give respect…

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