The present proposal to restore Lake Pedder is best understood by watching this 3D visualisation Lake Pedder—from inundation to restoration—developed in 2013.

The visualisation enables viewers to appreciate the process, the drama and the excitement of restoration of this unique landscape (duration: 7 minutes; ensure your sound is on as there is a voice-over).

Recent media attention has included:

Geoff Mosley: ‘a life for the environment’ radio interview, ABC Radio National 10 May 2017

Hobart Mercury’s TasWeekend article, 14 May 2016.

LA FM, Launceston local Radio, Tasmania Talks, 29 February 2016:


ABC Radio, The World Today, 8 July 2013:


From fast facts, extensive archived material, studies + reports, a bibliography to restoration: local and global, the evidence to support the idea of restoring Lake Pedder is hard to dismiss. The following links provide additional background knowledge:

Lake Pedder and Franklin River Environmental Issues – Historical Summary.

The Past, The Present, The Future – extract from Bob Brown’s book Lake Pedder.

On The Beach Of Other Country Mountains – essay by Chris Viney.

Ten reasons to restore Lake Pedder – Bob Brown.

Remember Lake Pedder? – extract from Robert Rankin’s book Beyond the Horizon.

Milesago – an article with some memorable quotes.

Wikipedia article.