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The Tasmanian Walking Company Foundation is excited to launch Walk on the Wild Side to raise funds for our charity partners. Walkers receive a 30% discount. All revenue, less GST, is paid to the walkers' preferred charity. 

Join us on a wilderness adventure, knowing that your walk fee will be donated.

Walkers can book guaranteed departures on the following walks.



October 2021

November 1 - December 24, 2021

Bay of Fires Lodge Walk

Four days



Cradle Mountain Huts Walk

Six days



Three Capes Lodge Walk

Four days



Wineglass Bay Sail Walk

Four days





This offer is limited to the first 46 Walk on the Wild Side bookings.

How to book: To redeem the offer on this page please phone 03 6392 2211 or email and ask for available dates. Please quote your charity’s name at the time of booking. *Guaranteed departures are trips with the minimum number of walkers booked.  Available until sold out.

Charities: please contact to participate

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If official travel restrictions are still in place prior to your October or November 2021 departure date, you can postpone your walk for up to 24 months. 100% of your walk will still be donated to your charity. *Terms and conditions apply.

Terms and Conditions

  1. The offer is subject to availability of Walk on the Wild Side departures;
  2. Guaranteed departures are departures with the minimum number of walkers booked.
  3. The offer only applies to new Walk on the Wild Side Walk bookings;
  4. The offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount or offer;
  5. Prices are as stated above. The 30% discount has been applied;
  6. To access the offer, you must contact our reservations team to check dates and availability and mention your charity’s name at time of booking;
  7. Once your booking is confirmed the departure date is not transferable;
  8. Tasmanian Walking Company reserves the right to withdraw or amend the offer at any time; and
  9. These walks cannot be booked by guests where COVID-19 is impacting their capacity to travel at the time of booking.

Walk on the Wild Side 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.

With your help, together we can help charities Australia-wide.

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 Beach 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.

Bay of Fires Lodge Walk on the Wild Side webpage


Cradle Mountain Huts Walk

Join us on the iconic Overland Track, retreating each evening to the only private accommodation along the trail. Discover the rare beauty and diversity of Tasmania’s World Heritage-listed Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park.

Expert guides take the lead across this ancient landscape, converting to chefs come evening. They’ll also take the heavy load, leaving you with a lightweight pack. At the end of each day, retreat to a hot shower, sumptuous meals, freshly baked bread, a glass of Tasmanian wine and a comfortable bed.

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. 

Cradle Mountain Huts Walk on the Wild Side webpage


Wineglass Bay Sail Walk Four-Days

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 and Schouten Island. This walk is supported by the spectacular Lady Eugenie, a 23-metre (75-ft) luxury classic ketch. Superb 3-course dinners are served either aboard Lady Eugenie or in the relaxed surrounds of a barefoot beach dinner under the stars.

Wineglass Bay Sail Walk on the Wild Side webpage

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Three Capes Lodge Walk

The Three Capes Lodge Walk is a fully-guided walking experience along Tasmania’s dramatic Tasman Peninsula with the wild Southern Ocean as your constant. A boat trip, dolerite spires and 37,000 years of history form part of the journey. Settle in each evening in our architect-designed in-park lodges and enjoy Tasmania’s finest eats and drinks on this 48-kilometre walking adventure.

Over the course of four days, immerse yourself in one of the most pristine environments that Tasmania has to offer. Walk the spectacular coastline and enjoy the comfort of our lodges. If you are looking for a little more indulgence, enjoy a massage at our relaxation pavilion

Three Capes Lodge Walk on the Wild Side webpage

What is the Tasmanian Walking Company Foundation?

In 1985 Tasmanian Walking Company was offered the special privilege of developing a multi-day walking experience along the Overland Track in the Cradle Mountain/Lake St Clair National Park. Cradle Mountain Huts became the flagship for Tasmanian Walking Company and Australian Walking Company who now have six multi-day guided walks in wilderness areas.

As passionate tour operators, the walking companies decided that operating in national parks comes with a clear obligation in terms of preserving the natural and cultural integrity of these wild spaces. They began funding wildlife rescue programs, reforestation initiatives and educational activities that encourage advocacy of conservation sites.

In 2018, the decision was made to centralise the not-for-profit efforts with the formation of the Tasmanian Walking Company Foundation. The Foundation was officially launched in June 2020 on World Environment Day with a commitment to donating $1 million over five years.  Tasmanian Walking Company and Australian Walking Company are recognised leaders in environmental travel practices with an ethos of leaving nothing behind.

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