Brett is a walker from way back. He’s been all over, including the Himalayas, the Andes and the Inca Trail, hikes in Africa – and everywhere Auswalk goes. He’s also lived and worked overseas in Africa, India and Europe. Before starting at Auswalk, Brett spent time working with kids and driving tourists around Australia. It’s no surprise he’s most passionate about walking alongside fantastic people in this beautiful country he calls home.
Tash has travelled extensively for work and had previously been promoting South Australia overseas as part of the SA Tourism Commission. Once repatriated, she held an executive role at Ansett, the former domestic airline group. Her prior experience in travel and tourism adds a wealth of knowledge to her role as Office Manager.
Maja is no stranger to walking holidays, having first worked for Auswalk in 2009. After a number of years in the Halls Gap office she left for her right of passage European trip, returning back to Auswalk after 2 years abroad. Besides being the resident marketing guru, she’s the go-to for everything computer-related in the office. Maja also enjoys a good joke as much as a good walk. Anywhere in Tasmania is top of her list.
Sanyana is a traveller with a real soft spot for Italy, having studied in Milan. But her travels haven’t been limited to just Italy, as she’s visited most cities in Europe and explored much of Asia. Sanyana is our expert on self-guided walks and is the one to talk to for those keen on walking independently.
As our group-guided walk aficionado, Jackie has an attention to detail like no other. For this, her administration/executive assistant background comes in real handy. Like all good Australians, she’s spent time living abroad and continues to travel extensively whenever she has an opportunity.
With a love for travel and nature, Magnus comes with an enthusiasm for walking and all that it brings. Having worked in marketing for global brands and in advertising for various tourism industry businesses, he is passionate about promoting eco-tourism. Having fallen in love with walking a long time ago, Magnus relishes discovering that next trail.
Studying tourism led Sophie to work with Qantas, giving her a broad knowledge of the inner workings of a major tourism player. Building on that experience, she moved on to organising tourism events, including golf tours. Par for the course, she’s been converted into an avid walker herself.