Ferndene State Reserve

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Ferndene State Reserve
Fern Dene and small stream in the summer
Ferndene State Reserve is located in Tasmania
Ferndene State Reserve
Ferndene State Reserve
Nearest town or city Penguin
Coordinates 41°08′54″S 146°02′01″E / 41.1484°S 146.0337°E / -41.1484; 146.0337Coordinates: 41°08′54″S 146°02′01″E / 41.1484°S 146.0337°E / -41.1484; 146.0337
Established 1939
Area 35.16 ha (87 acres)
Managing authorities Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service
Footnotes Coordinates[1]
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".


  1. ^ "Ferndene State Reserve". protectedplanet.net.