OVERVIEW

Walk and explore Tasmania's Tarkine wilderness, the largest area of unbroken cool-temperate rainforest remaining in the Southern Hemisphere. This 65-million-year-old forest houses hidden gems and ancient relics including tree species that exist elsewhere only as fossils.

Witness the region's beauty, including mountains, wild rivers, the sublime coastline with its ferocious oceans and iconic open plains. We travel to Tullah and Lake Rosebery to enjoy one of Tasmania's iconic walks, the hike to Mount Murchison.

On this 4-day journey, remain immersed in the quiet wilderness with accommodations located right on the edge of these majestic parks. With every detail taken care of by two experienced guides who provide options to shorten the walks should you wish, you can relax and enjoy this stunning adventure.

Highlights

  • The Tarkine, reputed to produce some of the world's freshest air
  • Beautiful Philosopher Falls with its towering myrtle and sassafras trees
  • Pieman and Whyte rivers – look out for a platypus!
  • The spectacular view from the summit of Mt Donaldson and Mnt Murchison
  • Pieman River cruise with fascinating historical commentary
  • Enjoy the remote solitude of the Tarkine away from the crowds

WALK OVERVIEW

TYPE OF WALK
GROUP GUIDED
TRIP LENGTH
4 DAYS
WALK GRADE
Moderate

Grade 3 – Moderate

Short, steep hill sections. Walks that are longer than 12km with varied terrain. A moderate active lifestyle and some walking experience is recommended.

PRICE FROM
$ 2595

per person twin/double share

SINGLE OCCUPANCY
$ 150

Accommodations charge the same price per room regardless of whether there are one or two people occupying it. To cover the cost of a room when occupied by one person we need to charge the single occupancy fee.

per person

Book now

ITINERARY

  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4

DAY 1
LAUNCESTON VIA PHILOSOPHERS FALLS TO THE TARKINE

This holiday commences in Launceston at 8.00am. From here we will travel through Burnie on our way to the Tarkine. Half of this region is rainforest, with the remainder being eucalypt forest, heathland, button grass and rivers. The Tarkine, reputed to produce some of the world’s freshest air, is so vastly inaccessible it takes a solid walk before you find the pure Sassafras rainforest, tree ferns and Myrtle trees, some which are over half-a-millennia old. We’ll enjoy lunch amidst some of Tasmania’s oldest forest environments before undertaking the last of the Tarkine walks for day one. This time we’re walking at the beautiful Philosophers Falls amidst the stunning towering Myrtle and Sassafras.

Walking:  4 km / 2 hrs
Meals: Lunch and two course a la carte dinner
Accommodation: Corinna Wilderness Lodge in a private room but shared cabin and bathroom – please read the accommodation info section

DAY 2
WHYTE RIVER AND MNT DONALDSON

Today, we will get truly in tune with our surroundings as we set off following the narrow Whyte River forest track that meanders beside the Pieman and Whyte Rivers. We may even encounter a platypus out feeding in the river if we’re lucky. Next, it’s on to the Mt Donaldson walk. The ascent should take us right up to lunch, which we will enjoy at the summit while taking a spectacular view into the heart of the Tarkine. We will make our way back down to explore another of the Tarkine walks, a section of giant Myrtle trees along the banks of the Savage River. You will feel as though you’re wandering around on the set of ‘Lord of the Rings’ on these Tarkine wilderness walks.

Walking: 20 km / 6-7 hrs (easier 10 km option available)
Meals: Provisions for a cooked breakfast, walkers lunch and two-course a la carte dinner
Accommodation: Corinna Wilderness Lodge in a private room but shared cabin and bathroom – please read the accommodation info section

DAY 3
PIEMAN RIVER CRUISE AND WALK NEAR THE COAST

This morning, we will take the historic Huon Pine Launch, Arcadia II, from Corinna down the Pieman River to the Pieman Heads, the last of our Tarkine wilderness walks. Before we disembark at the heads, the skipper will give a very interesting commentary covering the history of Huon Pine harvesting, mining, and thylacine. The walking today is along the coast on beach and dunes. We will be treated to coastal flora and much evidence of indigenous middens.

This afternoon, we will board the Fatman Barge and cross the mighty Pieman River on our way to Lake Rosebery and Tullah.

Walking: 10-12 km / 4-5 hrs
Meals: Provisions for a cooked breakfast, walker’s lunch and two-course a la carte dinner
Accommodation: Tullah Lakeside Lodge

DAY 4
MOUNT MURCHISON AND BACK TO LAUNCESTON

We start our final day by hiking either to the summit of Mount Murchison or Mount Farrel, depending on the conditions. Rest assured, a shorter and less strenuous walk option will be available today. We will leave Tullah around 2 p.m. to make our way back to Launceston. Expect to get back to Launceston at approximately 5 p.m.

Walking: 6 km or 10km/ 5 or 6 hrs
Elevation: 690m or 717m
Meals: Cooked breakfast and a walker’s lunch

WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • Pack-free walking

  • 25+ years experience

  • Customised

  • Eco Travel

  • All-inclusive pack free walking holiday
  • 2 engaging, knowledgeable and experienced guides
  • 3 nights in comfortable accommodation
  • All transport from Launceston, including luggage transport
  • Cooked breakfasts each morning and two-course dinners in the evening
    (breakfast provisions will be provided on 2 mornings for you to cook in your cabin)
  • Comprehensive walker lunches augmented by Auswalk’s trail mix
  • National Park admission
  • Auswalk guide pack including notes, map case, insulated lunch bag and container

ACCOMMODATION & DINING

OVERVIEW

For the first two nights at Corinna, we have private rooms but shared bathroom facilities in 2-bedroom cabins. We can provide single rooms at Corinna; however, there may be some differences in what is provided. The rooms are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. On our last night, we stay at the 3-star Tullah Lakeside Lodge right on Rosebery Lake in rooms with ensuites.

The accommodations are all in beautiful locations, providing further opportunities to walk and explore. They are also great places to just sit and relax and take everything in.

All the two-course dinners are prepared by professional chefs in the accommodation restaurants. Enjoy some of the best local produce this country has to offer, with an emphasis on Tasmanian local produce. Start each day with a substantial cooked breakfast to ready yourself for the upcoming walk.

The packed lunches and picnics ensurte your appetite is always satisfied. A walker’s lunch may include a high protein type salad, a roll or a wrap, a muesli bar, a piece of cake or a muffin and a piece of fruit. Each day is slightly different. Lunch is always augmented by Auswalk’s trail mix. You can look forward to having lunch on a daily basis at some of the most beautiful remote locations in Tasmania.

Alcohol or drinks with meals are not included (except tea/coffee and juice with breakfast).

  • NIGHTS 1 & 2

  • NIGHT 3

FITNESS GUIDE

It’s well worth investing some time and effort preparing for your walking holiday. The graph shows the average daily distance, elevation and terrain difficulty for your hike. The dotted line indicates the average across all our walks, which will give you a feel for how challenging your walk is compared to all – and the recommended type, and amount, of preparation needed.  Of course, you can adapt this according to your existing fitness levels and lifestyle.

The graph and the information below can be used in conjunction with the fitness guide to help you prepare for your walking adventure. Across all walks, average daily distance is 16.8km, average daily elevation is 448m, average terrain difficulty is 5/10.

ngraph

DISTANCE - BELOW AVERAGE

Distance is not a major consideration in your training program. However, you should still incorporate some long walks as it will increase your cardiovascular fitness.

ELEVATION - BELOW AVERAGE

Elevation is not a major consideration regarding how you train. However, you should still incorporate some form of resistance training as it will increase your endurance.

MOUNTAINOUS/ UNDULATING TERRAIN

As terrain associated with Mountain climbs is often somewhat uneven and or rocky balancing and core exercises are vital. Try to also include some form of elevation in more than 50% of your walking and prioritise resistance training, whilst incorporating stairs anytime you can. Walking up mountains or hills or up and down stairs at work, at a local oval with a grandstand or up and down small hills, boring as that sounds, is incredibly useful. Elevation is often the chief walk killer, not distance, as it uses an entirely different set of muscles. So concentrate on doing lots of squats and lunges to build your glute muscles.

GENERAL INFO

Tracks range from well-cared-for to less kempt, but they are all easily passable and are mostly dry and firm this time of year. However, on the odd occasion we have encountered wet portions of track. Most of the walks are easy to moderate. The easier alternative walks are great for first timers. Some walks involve challenging walking of between 5 to 7 hours each day with some steep ascents and descents, so the experienced hikers won’t be disappointed.

This trip operates with two professional and experienced guides, knowledgeable of the area and natural surroundings, including the local fauna, flora and history. Thus easier and more challenging options will be offered each day.

Pre and post tour accommodation: There are many good hotels in Launceston, however we pick up and drop off from one central hotel. The tour starts at 8.00am at the  Quality Hotel Colonial, 31 Elizabeth St in Launceston. Expect to get back to Launceston at approximately 4.30pm.

For what to bring please refer to Gear Advice on our FAQ section.

WEATHER

Tasmania is best for walking in the warmer months, between November and April.

See the Bureau of Meteorology’s information about average temperatures and rainfall at different times of the year.

INSURANCE

We require that you have adequate travel insurance against potential losses, damage or injury, including cancellation costs and loss of luggage.

For all trips that require international travel, you must have purchased travel insurance that also includes medical evacuation coverage.

We also charge a cancellation fee if you cancel your walking holiday after we have confirmed it to cover costs incurred from our suppliers and in the office.  See the FAQ section for more information.

INFORMATION PACK

For nearly 30 years, we have taken pride in providing seamlessly organised walking holidays, but we know, even with that in mind, that you’ll have many more questions. You will receive a very detailed information pack and itinerary approximately 6 weeks out from departure outlining all the fine details and much more.

CONTACT

If you have any questions, feel free to ask one of our destination consultants or to speak with one of our guides. You can get in touch with us via our contact form, email us at info@auswalk.com.au, or call us on +61 3 9597 9767.

MAP

DEPARTURE DATES

  • DATES
    AVAILABILITY
    PRICE
    PER PERSON
    Single Occupancy
    DETAILS
  • 3 Jan 2025
    AVAILABLE
    from

    $2595

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $150
  • 23 Mar 2025
    AVAILABLE
    from

    $2595

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $150
  • 13 Nov 2025
    AVAILABLE
    from

    $2695

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $165
  • 11 Dec 2025
    AVAILABLE
    from

    $2695

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $165

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  • Genuine all-inclusive pack free walking holiday
  • 2 engaging, knowledgeable and experienced guides
  • 3 nights in comfortable accommodation at Corrina
  • 2 nights at the 4-star Cradle Mountain Hotel
  • All transport from Launceston, including luggage transport
  • Cooked breakfasts each morning and two-course dinners in the evening
    (breakfast provisions will be provided on 3 mornings for you to cook in your cabin)
  • Comprehensive walker lunches augmented by Auswalk’s trail mix
  • National Park admission, Auswalk guide pack including notes, maps, insulated lunch bag and container

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What's Included
  • Genuine all-inclusive pack free walking holiday
  • 2 engaging, knowledgeable and experienced guides
  • 4 nights in comfortable accommodation
  • All transport from Launceston, including luggage transport
  • Cooked breakfasts each morning and two-course dinners in the evening
    (breakfast provisions will be provided on 3 mornings for you to cook in your cabin)
  • Comprehensive walkers lunches augmented by Auswalk’s trail mix
  • National Park admission
  • Auswalk guide pack including notes, maps, map case, insulated lunch bag and container

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What's Included
  • Genuine all inclusive pack free walking holiday
  • Visit all 3 Capes, including Cape Pillar with a Boat cruise and wildlife watching
  • 2 engaging, knowledgeable and experienced guides
  • 3 nights’ comfortable accommodation in 2 bedroom chalets, so you will have a private bedroom/bathroom, and share the common area’s of the chalet with the other bedrooms’ occupants.
  • Chef prepared restaurant meals
  • All transport from Hobart and luggage transport
  • Auswalk guide pack including notes, maps, lunch bag, container and National Park admission

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Self-guided

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BACK
What's Included
  • All transport including daily transfers to/from each walk and transfers to and from Hobart
  • Genuine all inclusive pack free walking holiday
  • 3 nights’ comfortable self contained accommodation with ensuites
  • Chef prepared 2 course dinner each night
  • Breakfast each morning and packed walker lunches each day
  • Auswalk information pack including comprehensive walk notes, maps, lunch bag and container
  • National Park admission
  • Entry to Port Arthur Historic Site
Overview

OVERVIEW

Walk and explore Tasmania's Tarkine wilderness, the largest area of unbroken cool-temperate rainforest remaining in the Southern Hemisphere. This 65-million-year-old forest houses hidden gems and ancient relics including tree species that exist elsewhere only as fossils.

Witness the region's beauty, including mountains, wild rivers, the sublime coastline with its ferocious oceans and iconic open plains. We travel to Tullah and Lake Rosebery to enjoy one of Tasmania's iconic walks, the hike to Mount Murchison.

On this 4-day journey, remain immersed in the quiet wilderness with accommodations located right on the edge of these majestic parks. With every detail taken care of by two experienced guides who provide options to shorten the walks should you wish, you can relax and enjoy this stunning adventure.

Highlights

  • The Tarkine, reputed to produce some of the world's freshest air
  • Beautiful Philosopher Falls with its towering myrtle and sassafras trees
  • Pieman and Whyte rivers – look out for a platypus!
  • The spectacular view from the summit of Mt Donaldson and Mnt Murchison
  • Pieman River cruise with fascinating historical commentary
  • Enjoy the remote solitude of the Tarkine away from the crowds

WALK OVERVIEW

TYPE OF WALK
GROUP GUIDED
TRIP LENGTH
4 DAYS
WALK GRADE
Moderate

Grade 3 – Moderate

Short, steep hill sections. Walks that are longer than 12km with varied terrain. A moderate active lifestyle and some walking experience is recommended.

PRICE FROM
$ 2595

per person twin/double share

SINGLE OCCUPANCY
$ 150

Accommodations charge the same price per room regardless of whether there are one or two people occupying it. To cover the cost of the accommodation when occupied by one person we need to charge the single occupancy fee.

per person

Book now
Itinerary

ITINERARY

  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4

DAY 1
LAUNCESTON VIA PHILOSOPHERS FALLS TO THE TARKINE

This holiday commences in Launceston at 8.00am. From here we will travel through Burnie on our way to the Tarkine. Half of this region is rainforest, with the remainder being eucalypt forest, heathland, button grass and rivers. The Tarkine, reputed to produce some of the world’s freshest air, is so vastly inaccessible it takes a solid walk before you find the pure Sassafras rainforest, tree ferns and Myrtle trees, some which are over half-a-millennia old. We’ll enjoy lunch amidst some of Tasmania’s oldest forest environments before undertaking the last of the Tarkine walks for day one. This time we’re walking at the beautiful Philosophers Falls amidst the stunning towering Myrtle and Sassafras.

Walking:  4 km / 2 hrs
Meals: Lunch and two course a la carte dinner
Accommodation: Corinna Wilderness Lodge in a private room but shared cabin and bathroom – please read the accommodation info section

DAY 2
WHYTE RIVER AND MNT DONALDSON

Today, we will get truly in tune with our surroundings as we set off following the narrow Whyte River forest track that meanders beside the Pieman and Whyte Rivers. We may even encounter a platypus out feeding in the river if we’re lucky. Next, it’s on to the Mt Donaldson walk. The ascent should take us right up to lunch, which we will enjoy at the summit while taking a spectacular view into the heart of the Tarkine. We will make our way back down to explore another of the Tarkine walks, a section of giant Myrtle trees along the banks of the Savage River. You will feel as though you’re wandering around on the set of ‘Lord of the Rings’ on these Tarkine wilderness walks.

Walking: 20 km / 6-7 hrs (easier 10 km option available)
Meals: Provisions for a cooked breakfast, walkers lunch and two-course a la carte dinner
Accommodation: Corinna Wilderness Lodge in a private room but shared cabin and bathroom – please read the accommodation info section

DAY 3
PIEMAN RIVER CRUISE AND WALK NEAR THE COAST

This morning, we will take the historic Huon Pine Launch, Arcadia II, from Corinna down the Pieman River to the Pieman Heads, the last of our Tarkine wilderness walks. Before we disembark at the heads, the skipper will give a very interesting commentary covering the history of Huon Pine harvesting, mining, and thylacine. The walking today is along the coast on beach and dunes. We will be treated to coastal flora and much evidence of indigenous middens.

This afternoon, we will board the Fatman Barge and cross the mighty Pieman River on our way to Lake Rosebery and Tullah.

Walking: 10-12 km / 4-5 hrs
Meals: Provisions for a cooked breakfast, walker’s lunch and two-course a la carte dinner
Accommodation: Tullah Lakeside Lodge

DAY 4
MOUNT MURCHISON AND BACK TO LAUNCESTON

We start our final day by hiking either to the summit of Mount Murchison or Mount Farrel, depending on the conditions. Rest assured, a shorter and less strenuous walk option will be available today. We will leave Tullah around 2 p.m. to make our way back to Launceston. Expect to get back to Launceston at approximately 5 p.m.

Walking: 6 km or 10km/ 5 or 6 hrs
Elevation: 690m or 717m
Meals: Cooked breakfast and a walker’s lunch

What’s Included

WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • Pack-free walking

  • 25+ years experience

  • Customised

  • Eco Travel

  • All-inclusive pack free walking holiday
  • 2 engaging, knowledgeable and experienced guides
  • 3 nights in comfortable accommodation
  • All transport from Launceston, including luggage transport
  • Cooked breakfasts each morning and two-course dinners in the evening
    (breakfast provisions will be provided on 2 mornings for you to cook in your cabin)
  • Comprehensive walker lunches augmented by Auswalk’s trail mix
  • National Park admission
  • Auswalk guide pack including notes, map case, insulated lunch bag and container
Accommodation & Dining

ACCOMMODATION & DINING

OVERVIEW

For the first two nights at Corinna, we have private rooms but shared bathroom facilities in 2-bedroom cabins. We can provide single rooms at Corinna; however, there may be some differences in what is provided. The rooms are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. On our last night, we stay at the 3-star Tullah Lakeside Lodge right on Rosebery Lake in rooms with ensuites.

The accommodations are all in beautiful locations, providing further opportunities to walk and explore. They are also great places to just sit and relax and take everything in.

All the two-course dinners are prepared by professional chefs in the accommodation restaurants. Enjoy some of the best local produce this country has to offer, with an emphasis on Tasmanian local produce. Start each day with a substantial cooked breakfast to ready yourself for the upcoming walk.

The packed lunches and picnics ensurte your appetite is always satisfied. A walker’s lunch may include a high protein type salad, a roll or a wrap, a muesli bar, a piece of cake or a muffin and a piece of fruit. Each day is slightly different. Lunch is always augmented by Auswalk’s trail mix. You can look forward to having lunch on a daily basis at some of the most beautiful remote locations in Tasmania.

Alcohol or drinks with meals are not included (except tea/coffee and juice with breakfast).

  • NIGHTS 1 & 2

  • NIGHT 3

Fitness Guide

FITNESS GUIDE

It’s well worth investing some time and effort preparing for your walking holiday. The graph shows the average daily distance, elevation and terrain difficulty for your hike. The dotted line indicates the average across all our walks, which will give you a feel for how challenging your walk is compared to all – and the recommended type, and amount, of preparation needed.  Of course, you can adapt this according to your existing fitness levels and lifestyle.

The graph and the information below can be used in conjunction with the fitness guide to help you prepare for your walking adventure. Across all walks, average daily distance is 16.8km, average daily elevation is 448m, average terrain difficulty is 5/10.

ngraph

DISTANCE - BELOW AVERAGE

Distance is not a major consideration in your training program. However, you should still incorporate some long walks as it will increase your cardiovascular fitness.

ELEVATION - BELOW AVERAGE

Elevation is not a major consideration regarding how you train. However, you should still incorporate some form of resistance training as it will increase your endurance.

MOUNTAINOUS/ UNDULATING TERRAIN

As terrain associated with Mountain climbs is often somewhat uneven and or rocky balancing and core exercises are vital. Try to also include some form of elevation in more than 50% of your walking and prioritise resistance training, whilst incorporating stairs anytime you can. Walking up mountains or hills or up and down stairs at work, at a local oval with a grandstand or up and down small hills, boring as that sounds, is incredibly useful. Elevation is often the chief walk killer, not distance, as it uses an entirely different set of muscles. So concentrate on doing lots of squats and lunges to build your glute muscles.

General Info

GENERAL INFO

Tracks range from well-cared-for to less kempt, but they are all easily passable and are mostly dry and firm this time of year. However, on the odd occasion we have encountered wet portions of track. Most of the walks are easy to moderate. The easier alternative walks are great for first timers. Some walks involve challenging walking of between 5 to 7 hours each day with some steep ascents and descents, so the experienced hikers won’t be disappointed.

This trip operates with two professional and experienced guides, knowledgeable of the area and natural surroundings, including the local fauna, flora and history. Thus easier and more challenging options will be offered each day.

Pre and post tour accommodation: There are many good hotels in Launceston, however we pick up and drop off from one central hotel. The tour starts at 8.00am at the  Quality Hotel Colonial, 31 Elizabeth St in Launceston. Expect to get back to Launceston at approximately 4.30pm.

For what to bring please refer to Gear Advice on our FAQ section.

WEATHER

Tasmania is best for walking in the warmer months, between November and April.

See the Bureau of Meteorology’s information about average temperatures and rainfall at different times of the year.

INSURANCE

We require that you have adequate travel insurance against potential losses, damage or injury, including cancellation costs and loss of luggage.

For all trips that require international travel, you must have purchased travel insurance that also includes medical evacuation coverage.

We also charge a cancellation fee if you cancel your walking holiday after we have confirmed it to cover costs incurred from our suppliers and in the office.  See the FAQ section for more information.

INFORMATION PACK

For nearly 30 years, we have taken pride in providing seamlessly organised walking holidays, but we know, even with that in mind, that you’ll have many more questions. You will receive a very detailed information pack and itinerary approximately 6 weeks out from departure outlining all the fine details and much more.

CONTACT

If you have any questions, feel free to ask one of our destination consultants or to speak with one of our guides. You can get in touch with us via our contact form, email us at info@auswalk.com.au, or call us on +61 3 9597 9767.

Map

MAP

Departure Dates

DEPARTURE DATES

  • DATES
    AVAILABILITY
    PRICE
    PER PERSON
    Single Occupancy
    DETAILS
  • 3 Jan 2025
    AVAILABLE
    Details
    from

    $2595

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $150
  • 23 Mar 2025
    AVAILABLE
    Details
    from

    $2595

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $150
  • 13 Nov 2025
    AVAILABLE
    Details
    from

    $2695

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $165
  • 11 Dec 2025
    AVAILABLE
    Details
    from

    $2695

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $165
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The Tarkine And Cradle Mountain Explorer – 6 Days

Group-guided

Tarkine wilderness: largest tract of unbroken cool-temperate rainforest remaining in the Southern Hemisphere. Mountains, wild rivers, sublime coastline, Cradle Mnt, Overland Track.

Group-guided 6 Days From $3695 Moderate What's Included

The Tarkine And Cradle Mountain Explorer – 6 Days

BACK
What's Included
  • Genuine all-inclusive pack free walking holiday
  • 2 engaging, knowledgeable and experienced guides
  • 3 nights in comfortable accommodation at Corrina
  • 2 nights at the 4-star Cradle Mountain Hotel
  • All transport from Launceston, including luggage transport
  • Cooked breakfasts each morning and two-course dinners in the evening
    (breakfast provisions will be provided on 3 mornings for you to cook in your cabin)
  • Comprehensive walker lunches augmented by Auswalk’s trail mix
  • National Park admission, Auswalk guide pack including notes, maps, insulated lunch bag and container

The Tarkine And Cradle Mountain – 5 Days

Group-guided

Tarkine wilderness: largest tract of unbroken cool-temperate rainforest remaining in the Southern Hemisphere. Mountains, wild rivers, sublime coastline, Cradle Mnt, Overland Track.

Group-guided 5 Days From $2925 Moderate What's Included

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What's Included
  • Genuine all-inclusive pack free walking holiday
  • 2 engaging, knowledgeable and experienced guides
  • 4 nights in comfortable accommodation
  • All transport from Launceston, including luggage transport
  • Cooked breakfasts each morning and two-course dinners in the evening
    (breakfast provisions will be provided on 3 mornings for you to cook in your cabin)
  • Comprehensive walkers lunches augmented by Auswalk’s trail mix
  • National Park admission
  • Auswalk guide pack including notes, maps, map case, insulated lunch bag and container

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Group-guided

Hike at Cape Hauy, Cape Raoul and Fortescue Bay, Canoe Bay Tasman Arch, Blow Holes, Waterfall Bay. Visit Port Arthur and see the region from the sea on an Eco wildlife boat cruise.

Group-guided 4 Days From $2795 Moderate What's Included

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What's Included
  • Genuine all inclusive pack free walking holiday
  • Visit all 3 Capes, including Cape Pillar with a Boat cruise and wildlife watching
  • 2 engaging, knowledgeable and experienced guides
  • 3 nights’ comfortable accommodation in 2 bedroom chalets, so you will have a private bedroom/bathroom, and share the common area’s of the chalet with the other bedrooms’ occupants.
  • Chef prepared restaurant meals
  • All transport from Hobart and luggage transport
  • Auswalk guide pack including notes, maps, lunch bag, container and National Park admission

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Self-guided

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Self-guided 4 Days From $2225 Moderate What's Included

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  • 3 nights’ comfortable self contained accommodation with ensuites
  • Chef prepared 2 course dinner each night
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  • Auswalk information pack including comprehensive walk notes, maps, lunch bag and container
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