This is a copy of email sent to our guides following our most enjoyable Overland track experience.
The Company should be very proud of these young people,and treasure their skills and competence.In addition,we were thoroughly pleased with the whole operation,from pick-up in Launceston to our last luxurious night at Quamby.
dear Rosie and Mike,
belated but sincere thanks for your input into the trip we did with you in December;the efforts of you both made so much of a difference to our enjoyment of the trip;we know that it is "your job" but it would seem that you give over and above what might be expected as reasonable attempts to get the job done;we think that we had a very amiable and cohesive group,but all that might have been insignificant in our overall experience if not for the part you both played;you should both be very proud of yourselves.
Bernie and Robyn Moore
Cradle Mountain : February 2009
Rob, Mike & Liz Just wanted to say thanks guys for a great trip. Will always remember the beautiful landscape, wildlife & fauna, seeing it through your eyes made it much more enjoyable. Your tireless energy in walking all day … Continue
Bay of Fires : January 2009
My son and i took part in the Bay of Fires walk on the 19th of jan 2009.We were at first hesitant as my son who is 23 has a vision impairment which requires him to mobilise with assistance of … Continue
Bay of Fires : January 2007
We came down to walk the Cradle Mountain walk, but the day we arrived, a fire caused our trip to be cancelled! Luckily, there were two spots on the Bay of Fires walk and we jumped at it. It was … Continue
Cradle Mountain : October 2007
Our team of guides, ably lead by Katie were an absolute pleasure to be with for the 6 days. They restored your faith in the ability of our young people to go out and do their very best. Katie supplied … Continue