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Nestled in the lush embrace of the Tasmanian wilderness, where rugged peaks stand guard over ancient forests and pristine lakes, lies the town of Great Western Tiers. A place of enchantment and wonder, where the air is fresh and the pace of life is slow, where every sunrise brings a fresh new day of exploration and adventure. Here, in this land of verdant beauty and cultural richness, you'll find a warm and welcoming community of people who are as diverse and vibrant as the landscape around them. Whether you're a hiker seeking out hidden trails and secret waterfalls, a foodie savouring the delights of farm-to-table cuisine, or a history buff exploring the legacy of our pioneering settlers, Great Western Tiers is the perfect place to discover the true essence of Tasmania. So come, join us in this land of infinite possibility, where the possibilities are as boundless as the sky itself.

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The Great Western Tiers is a beautiful mountain range located in the heart of Tasmania, Australia. It is located approximately 20 kilometers west of the town of Deloraine and covers an area of about 3,700 square kilometers.

The Tiers are a popular destination for hikers, backpackers, and outdoor enthusiasts. The range is characterized by dramatic waterfalls, deep gorges, and towering cliffs, offering visitors a chance to explore some of the most spectacular natural scenery in Tasmania.

The Great Western Tiers are also home to a number of charming towns and villages, including Mole Creek, which is famous for its limestone caves and underground streams. Visitors can take a tour of the caves and see some of the fascinating geological features unique to the area.

The town of Deloraine is another popular destination in the Great Western Tiers region. It is situated on the banks of the Meander River and is known for its beautiful heritage buildings, galleries, and arts and crafts shops. The town is also a great starting point for exploring the stunning Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, which is just a short drive away.

Overall, the Great Western Tiers is a must-see destination for anyone visiting Tasmania. With its breathtaking natural scenery, charming towns, and endless outdoor activities, it is sure to be a highlight of any trip to the state.


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