Overland Track

Our guides Victor & Matt made the trip – we were novice long distance walkers & inexperienced campers but their patience and understanding was greatly appreciated and has encouraged us to look forward to future treks. Thanks so much for making our 29th Wedding Anniversary so memorable.

We have relived our Tassie walk many times over – in fact each time we‘re back in the bush memories flood back from our trip Thanks once again to the staff for a fabulous adventure.

 

Great Tasmanian Traverse

26/06/2017

 

We are delighted to share a little secret we've been working on the past few months: The “Great Tasmanian Traverse”.

The first of its kind in Australia, the Great Tasmanian Traverse allows you to cross the Apple Island almost entirely under your own steam and cover the entire length of the island over 38 days. Our inaugural fully-guided traverse will start in Northern Tasmania at the beginning of the Coast to Cradle Trail and finish at Cockle Creek, Australia’s southern most town.

The Great Tasmanian Traverse combines five of our most popular adventures; Penguin to Cradle, The Overland Track, Frenchmans Cap Trek, Franklin River Rafting and the South Coast Track.

Covering some of the most remote and beautiful wilderness regions in the world, highlights include a week rafting down the iconic Franklin River, trekking in Tasmania’s pristine world heritage regions, a memorable scenic flight over the West Coast and Southwest World Heritage area and a transfer to Strahan on the famous Stormbreaker yacht.

Explore the more remote parts of Tasmania that encapsulate the pristine and untouched wilderness environments that Tasmania is so well known for. The entire trek includes a myriad of passes ranging from moderate to challenging and journey through landscapes that have remained untouched for centuries.

This is the ultimate Tasmanian adventure for the experienced trekker looking for their next challenge in one of the last great wilderness areas left on the planet. Find out more by visiting the trip page here.