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WALK FOR WILD TO REGENERATE AUSTRALIA

All departures 8th October 2021

Bay of Fires Lodge Walk - Four days $2,595
Cradle Mountain Huts Walk - Six days $3,995
Twelve Apostles Lodge Walk - Four days $2,595
Three Capes Lodge Weekend Experience - Three days $1,795

 

World Wildlife Fund and Tasmanian Walking Company Foundation have partnered in an exciting new initiative to raise funds for the largest and most innovative wildlife and landscape regeneration program in Australia’s history - Regenerate Australia.

This is your chance to be part of a defining moment for the future helping to restore wildlife and habitats, rejuvenate communities impacted by the bushfires, boost sustainable agriculture and future-proof our country.

WWF is one of Australia’s most trusted conservation organisations. At WWF they work to protect endangered species and build a world where people live in harmony with nature.

100% OF ALL WALK FOR WILD WALKS ARE DONATED

Guests are invited to use the Walk for Wild trek as a challenge to raise further funds. Each walker must commit to raising or donating $2000 in addition to the walk cost.

For all enquiries and bookings please contact Tasmanian Walking Company on (03) 6392 2211 or email bookings@taswalkingco.com.au

The Bay of Fires Long Weekend

Bay of Fires Lodge Walk

If squeaky white-sand beaches and wild coastline appeal to you, the Bay of Fires is a spectacular reason to lace up.  We begin at Boulder Point in Mt William National Park where we journey four hours to semi-permanent tents in the dunes.  At our forester camp there is no roughing it, take an ocean dip and return for pinots poured and your meal underway.

Day two is all about secluded coves, hearing tales of early inhabitants and making our way to the Bay of Fires Lodge.  This is home for the next two nights - where foot spas and library time come standard and signature experiences in the outdoor bath tempt. Day three, grab a kayak paddle and glide down the Ansons River or relax into a ‘lodge day.’

We take it easy on the final day, serving up a brekkie out on deck followed by a one hour walk to our forest lunch location. It’s then onward to Entally Lodge to celebrate our shared four days.

Departure Date: Friday 8th Oct 2021. Return Date: Monday 11th Oct 2021.

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Cradle Mountain Huts Walk

Walk Australia's celebrated alpine Overland Track with Greg Chamberlain and discover the strength, character and capacity to overcome your challenges. Discover resilience and the spirit of adventure in Tasmania's remote wilderness.

Cradle Mountain Huts Walk is a six-day walk along the iconic Overland Track, retreating each evening to the comfort of the only private accommodation along the trail. The fully guided walk begins at Waldheim in Cradle Valley and journeys some 65 kilometres through to Lake St Clair, Australia’s deepest natural lake. Mid-May can offer winter conditions on the Overland Track and present an epic challenge.

Departure Date: Friday 8th Oct 2021. Return Date: Wednesday 13th Oct 2021

 
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Twelve Apostles Lodge Walk

If squeaky white-sand beaches and wild coastline appeal to you, the Bay of Fires is a spectacular reason to lace up.  We begin at Boulder Point in Mt William National Park where we journey four hours to semi-permanent tents in the dunes.  At our forester camp there is no roughing it, take an ocean dip and return for pinots poured and your meal underway.

Day two is all about secluded coves, hearing tales of early inhabitants and making our way to the Bay of Fires Lodge.  This is home for the next two nights - where foot spas and library time come standard and signature experiences in the outdoor bath tempt. Day three, grab a kayak paddle and glide down the Ansons River or relax into a ‘lodge day.’

We take it easy on the final day, serving up a brekkie out on deck followed by a one hour walk to our forest lunch location. It’s then onward to Entally Lodge to celebrate our shared four days.

Departure Date: Friday 8th Oct 2021. Return Date: Monday 11th Oct 2021.

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Three Capes Lodge Walk

Ready to walk the world’s edge? Journey along some of the world’s highest sea cliffs with The Three Capes Lodge Walk, the only fully guided Three Capes Track experience with accommodation inside the National Park.  The experience begins with salty wind in your hair - a boat cruise across to Denman’s Cove. It’s then onward to Crescent Bay Lodge, sitting loftily with views across to Cape Raoul.

Day two includes summiting Arthurs Peak (keep an eye out for sea eagles), making our way to Cape Pillar Lodge, home for the next two nights.  Perhaps a massage or relaxing bath while dinner is being prepared? Your pick for day three - an adventure through silver gum forest out to Cape Pillar and the infamous Blade or lazing the day away at the lodge.  We must say, the views out to Tasman Island from the Blade are something else.

Those with plenty of kilometres left in the legs can take a side trip on the final day out to Cape Hauy while others can choose a direct route to Fortescue Bay. From here, we’ll take you back to Hobart where we’ll raise a glass to our four days well spent!

Departure Date: Friday 8th Oct 2021. Return Date: Sunday 10th Oct 2021.

 

Walk for Wild Inclusions:

  • Return transfers between the walk’s local base and the national park
  • Private in-park accommodation
  • All meals and beverages
  • National Park pass
  • Use of a backpack and Gore-tex jacket for the duration of the walk
  • Two qualified guides for the duration of the walk.
  • Walk for Wild T-shirt
  • Drink bottle and coffee cup
  • Your own donation page to raise or donate your additional $2,000.

 

We look forward to welcoming you to the inaugural Walk for Wild event.

Our fundraising target is $200,000

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