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At the start of this week, my husband and I enjoyed our inaugural multiday guided walking tour, which took us from Blanket Bay to Twelve Apostles.
We paid our respects to the Gadubanud and Girai wurrung people who are the traditional custodians of the beautiful, world renown coastline and paid our respects to their leaders past present and emerging.
It was a heart warming and healing experience to walk to the sounds of the crashing waves and songs of the birds, time to appreciate what’s really important in life. The lodge is simplicity done perfectly with comforting space, luxurious wine and food sourced locally (thank you Michelle) . The two guides Angus and Joe the two of you are absolute legends. Thank you for the amazing experience, wonderful insights and great banter.
Cradle Mountain : October 2023
Amazing experience. This was a tough walk, with rain, snow and hail. The track is real ankle braking stuff for the most part. There are board walks and steps but this trip is not for the faint hearted as we … Continue
Three Capes : October 2023
The three capes walk was a magnificent experience and exceeded all our expectations. The Tasmanian coastline is rugged and absolutely amazing. Mad’s and Claire made every minute a wonderful experience. Their expertise and knowledge made every step a “never to … Continue
Three Capes : September 2023
We just completed the Three Capes Walk and it was an awesome experiential hike on the Tassie east coast. The coastline is rugged, unspoiled and beautiful. The tracks were impeccably built and maintained. The architecturally designed accommodation was first class … Continue
Larapinta : July 2023
Absolutely fabulous experience on the 6-day guided Larapinta Trail walk. Our guides on the trail, Brandon and Ishka, were incredible. So caring, attentive, educational, fun and encouraging. The Best! Also Piotr and Shinae who looked after us so well back … Continue