Ferndene State Reserve
|Ferndene State Reserve|
Fern Dene and small stream in the summer
|Nearest town or city||Penguin|
|Area||35.16 ha (87 acres)|
|Managing authorities||Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service|
|See also||Protected areas of Tasmania|
The Ferndene State Reserve is a state reserve in the Dial Range of northwest Tasmania, Australia. It comprises 35.16 hectares (86.9 acres) and is managed by the Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service. It was established on 2 August 1939 and is described by the Parks and Wildlife Service as a "scenic fern glade".
- "Ferndene State Reserve". protectedplanet.net.
- Parks and Wildlife Service; Reserves under the Nature Conservation Act 2002; web publication; retrieved 8 April 2007.
- Dial Range Recreation Management Plan; June 2000; Inspiring Place Consultants and Office of Sport and Recreation Tasmania.
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