Strzelecki National Park

Strzelecki National Park

Infobox_protected_area_of_Australia | name = Strzelecki National Park
iucn_category = II

caption =
locator_x = 200
locator_y = 32
nearest_town_or_city = Flinders Island, Tasmania
coordinates = coord|40|13|10|S|148|05|41|E|type:landmark_region:AU
area = 42.15 km²
established = ?
visitation_num = ?
visitation_year = ?
managing_authorities = Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service
official_site = []

Strzelecki National Park is a national park on Flinders Island, Tasmania (Australia), 307 km north of Hobart. It is named after Sir Paul Edmund Strzelecki, a famous Polish explorer and geologist who made a lot of his explorations on the Australian continent.

Fact sheet

*"Area:" 42.15 km²
*"Coordinates": coord|40|13|10|S|148|05|41|E|type:landmark_region:AU
*"Date of establishment:" ?
*"Managing authorities:" Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service
*"IUCN category:" II

ee also

* Protected areas of Tasmania (Australia)

Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.