KTW Journal

Welcome to Keep Tassie Wild's home for nature writing.

Winter in the West

A trip to the Western Arthurs. By Mingma Sherpa

Dots in the Dark - Wild and Rare

Take a walk with Jamie Kirkpatrick to discover the rare wonders of Tasmania's alpine regions.

Keep Tassie Wild's Larapuna Patch!

  Did you know Larapuna is the Aboriginal name for the area of Tasmania's north-east coast that includes Eddystone P...

Mt Geryon

Mt Geryon patch available now! - Bert Spinks muses on this mighty mountain and the mythical beast that shares it's name.

Film - The West Wind

A short film exploring the human connection with Tasmania's great western wilderness, with footage from Andy Szollosi...

Jewel of the South-West Wilderness

“The loss of the original Lake Pedder is one of Tasmanian folklore... To a younger generation, a myth almost forgotten."

A Climate Change Scientist Talks Tassie

Tom Wolff has a chat with UTAS scientist Bec Harris to get the lowdown on Tassie's future.

Tasmanian Gondwana Film!

We just donated $1500 to the Tasmanian Gondwana Film. Find out why.

New 'Fight for Nature' caps!

We're stoked to introduce our brand new Fight for Nature 5 panel caps! A call to arms for all those who care about ou...


A quick catch up with Nick Green before his one night only solo exhibition at Good Grief, Hobart.

Next Iconic Walk – How did the Tyndalls get chosen?

An update from the Tasmanian National Parks Association on the announcement of Tassie's "Next Iconic Walk".

Saving Martha

Patagonia joins the locals in fighting for a fish farm free King Island. Watch Saving Martha now.
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