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Tahune Airwalk, Tasmania, Australia

After bush fires ravaged Tasmania in early 2019, the Tahune Airwalk was fortunately spared enough to be able to reopen at the end of the year.

Guests observe this Unesco World Heritage area from almost 100ft (30m) above the forest floor and 165ft (50m) above the Huon River while traversing 2030ft (619m) of walkway (which can be accessed by wheelchair users and even those with dogs on leashes).

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It costs about AU$29 (US$22) and takes less than an hour to complete. The Airwalk is open 10am to 4pm daily.

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