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Summer rafting trip along the Franklin River

The Forceit in the Great Ravine

A few impressions from our recent amazing 7-day Full River trip along the Franklin River. Great water levels, 6 days of sunshine and 1 day of rain … on our rest day at Newlands Cascades.

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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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Tripadvisor reviews 2011-2013

Serenity sound, approaching Coruscades. Photo A. Simple, Franklin River Rafting, Water by Nature Tasmania

Tripadvisor reviews 2011-2013, Water by Nature Tasmania, Franklin River Rafting. “I highly recommended this trip but come prepared – this is nature’s Hilton

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Restaurant Australia

Lunchtime

While rafting the World Heritage Listed Franklin River, enjoy exotic and traditional cuisine in a unique wilderness setting, with the emphasis on fresh Tasmanian produce and herbs. Professionally guided tours from 4 – 10 days including all meals. – See more at: Restaurant Australia
This is what some of our customer say:

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The Franklin River in the Tasmanian Wilderness

Mt-McCall, Middle Franklin River

From its headwaters in the alpine lakes of the Cheyne Range until its confluence with the Gordon River some 130 km later, the Franklin River flows through a wilderness national park. You will see no dams, buildings or cars; in fact there is no permanent human habitation in its catchment. The banks are lined by temperate rainforest punctuated by rock formations and small beaches, while the air is some of the cleanest in the world.

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Outside Magazine Feb 2014, ‘Surviving Tasmania’ by Stephanie Pearson

Running Corkscrew rapid in the Great Ravine, Franklin River Rafting

A fascination with a cartoon animal and a Class V river lured her to the empty wilderness of Tasmania. Turns out the raw side of Down Under offers an amazing number of pristine places to camp, surf, hike, mountain bike, and kayak. Stephanie Pearson goes all in.

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The Australian April 2013, ‘Go with the flow along the Franklin River’ by Graham Lloyd

Shower Cliff cavern

Environment editor Graham Lloyd together with photographer Vanessa Hunter find what was saved by the historic protests 30 years ago along Tasmania’s Franklin River.

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