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Afloat On the Franklin: A River Rescued

Rock Island Bend - Water by Nature Tasmania - Franklin River Rafting

Powerful political symbol, demanding physical challenge, a deep well of tranquillity or unsettling Wi-Fi-free wilderness … whatever your view, rafting the Franklin is one of Australia’s great adventures.

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‘And forward…’

Rafting Trojans on the Franklin River

Months before stepping aboard the Soggy McGee we were out for a walk in the wilds of Weetangera with the Atkins, when Paul mentioned he was thinking of rafting the Franklin as part of their upcoming Tasmanian adventure. ‘We’ve always wanted to do that’, fell out of my mouth before I’d thought it through.

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Tripadvisor reviews 2014/15 season

Heading into the Great Ravine, Inception Reach with Oriel Rock in the far distance.

Wilderness and Adrenalin on the Franklin river. Well that’s in the top 10 things of my life I have done and unlikely to get kicked out. Five stars

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Tripadvisor reviews 2013/14 season

Happy rafters on airbeds aka 'lilos'. Photo M. Muller, Water by Nature Tasmania, Franklin River White Water Rafting

Tripadvisor reviews 2013/14, Water by Nature Tasmania, Franklin River Rafting. ” Loved this trip. Amazing place. Well organised, catered, uber professional. Al S.

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SMH Traveller, Aug 2013, Novelist Richard Flanagan and the Franklin River

Rafts parked at Irenabyss camp

Sydney Morning Herald, Traveller, Aug2013, Notes from a big Island, Traveller asked five Australian novelists to write about the one spot in Australia that has most informed their writings. For novelist Richard Flanagan, Tasmania’s Franklin River provided the most important lesson of his life. A SENSE OF WONDER,

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