Our Bruny Island Long Weekend Featured in The New York Times for 2024
We are elated to kick off the new year on a high note with a featured spot in The New York Times' prestigious list of must-visit destinations for 2024! This recognition shines a spotlight on our unique Bruny Island Seed Collecting Walk, an unforgettable experience that combines adventure with a commitment to conservation.
One of the key elements that sets this Limited Edition Itinerary apart from our traditional Bruny Island Long Weekend is our collaboration with the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens. This partnership is not just about showcasing the beauty of Tasmania; it's a meaningful initiative where our guests actively participate in seed mapping and collection for the Garden's seed bank. This dedicated effort contributes to the preservation and protection of rare and precious plant species, reinforcing our commitment to environmental conservation.
The New York Times article rightly highlights this collaboration, recognizing the value of experiences that intertwine adventure with a sense of purpose. It's not merely a walk; it's a journey where guests play a role in safeguarding the biodiversity of Tasmania, making it a must-visit destination for eco-conscious travellers in 2024.
Our excitement about being featured in The New York Times goes beyond Tasmanian Walking Company. It's a celebration of the remarkable landscapes and experiences that Tasmania (and the world), has to offer. We feel honoured to be woven into the tapestry that makes Tasmania an irresistible destination.
With that, we extend an invitation to all adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts. If you're eager to explore Bruny Island, connect with the wilderness, and contribute to conservation efforts, join us for an unforgettable experience on our Bruny Island Long Weekend, or Bruny Island Seed Collecting Walk.
Our Bruny Island Seed Collecting Walk is now taking expressions of interest.