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Discover the breathtaking beaches along the east coast of Tasmania as you explore the Bay of Fires with us. Join a small group, led by well-informed guides, and traverse this wonderfully remote landscape. The Bay of Fires offers an awe-inspiring escape, teeming with unique flora and fauna.
Discover the rare beauty and extraordinary diversity of Tasmania’s World Heritage-listed Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park. Over 6 days, walk the iconic Overland Track following in our guides' highly experienced footsteps.
From pocket-sized fern gullies to humbling sea stacks, our Twelve Apostles and Great Ocean Road walks are an elemental journey. There is a good reason this iconic coastline is known the world over.
Our award-winning Bruny Island Long Weekend takes you by private boat from Tasmania’s capital Hobart to Bruny Island. During your visit you will be treated to coastal walks, produce directly from the source, forest camping and exquisite meals.
Our range of walks along the Three Capes Track are the only guided walks offering the full Three Capes Track experience including the only private lodge accommodation inside the national park.
Journey through Australia's Red Centre on a fully guided walking experience, explore sections of the Larapinta Wilderness Trail over six days and stay in Tjoritja / the West MacDonnell Ranges at our private camp.
Kangaroo Island Signature Walk is an exciting new four-day walk with lightweight daypacks currently being created along one of Australia’s Great Walks, the Kangaroo Island Wilderness Trail.
This amazing walk, the only one of its kind in Tasmania, takes in the spectacular beaches, peninsulas and island trails found in national parks along the east coast. Share with us the wonders of Maria Island, Freycinet Peninsula, Schouten Island and the Tasman Peninsula.