Leigh and Lily Robinson

Cradle Mountain / Overland Track    January 2018

Review by Leigh and Lily Robinson, Cradle Mountain / Overland Track

My daughter and I had a fantastic experience walking the Overland Track in Jan '18.


Our guides, Rosie and Lish, proved both excellent guides and walking buddies and made sure we all managed each day's walk in line with our walking abilities and provided additional information on the history of the area, the flora and fauna and even the geological formations.

The hut accommodation, the hot showers and the food offerings at the end of each day were all perfectly suited to the wilderness environment and ensured we could relax, `recharge the batteries' and get to know everyone in comfortable surroundings over a glass or two of Tasmanian wines.

I would highly recommend the walk to anyone to experience this world heritage area!

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