Welcome to Keep Tassie Wild's home for nature writing.
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 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.
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".
Patagonia joins the locals in fighting for a fish farm free King Island. Watch Saving Martha now.