No camping, pets or firearms
Our Liffey Valley reserves provide important foraging habitat for two threatened birds of prey: the endangered Tasmanian Wedge-tailed Eagle and the White Goshawk.
They also protect endangered Manna Gum Wet Forest, and provide sanctuary for significant species, such as the vulnerable Spotted-tail Quoll and the rare Maidenhair Spleenwort Fern.
Both the Liffey River and Coalmine Creek Reserves are part of the 1.4 million hectare Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.
Liffey River walking track
You could also enjoy a picnic lunch on the banks of Pages Creek. The Deans Track walk begins behind the house at Oura Oura on Bush Heritage land but then crosses over into the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.
This 6 to 8 hour return walk is for experienced bushwalkers, as it involves steep inclines and sections of rock climbing. Please be well prepared and seek more information from the Bushwalk Tasmania website.