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Destinations: Hobart, Cradle Mountain
Type of adventure: icon-16.png Trekking + walking
Guide language: English
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Private Group Trekking Holidays

Would you like to spend some inspiring, outdoor and active time with a group of friends? A family get together with a difference? Workplace development in an amazing location?

Why not book a Trek Tasmania trekking holiday and let us take care of all the logistics, while you enjoy the journey.

Some of our favourite Tasmanian wilderness destinations that we can tailor trekking tours for are:

The Tarkine (takayna) – the largest cool temperate rainforest in the southern hemisphere
The Bay of Fires (larapuna) – Tasmania’s pristine coastal paradise
The Blue Tier – the secret rainforest clad mountains and waterfalls of north east Tasmania
Cradle Mountain – the world famous birthplace of Tasmanian ecotourism
Lake St Clair (leeawlena) – Australia’s deepest freshwater lake and surrounding alpine paradise
Freycinet Peninsula – dramatic granite peaks, remote bays, Wineglass Bay and abundant wildlife
Maria Island – convict heritage, wildlife haven and day trekking paradise
The Tasman Peninsula – Australia’s highest sea cliffs, roaring beaches and convict heritage
The Western and Eastern Arthurs – one of Australia’s most challenging bushwalking destinations

Trek Tasmania specialises in tailoring tours for bushwalkings groups, families, colleagues and friends. Talk with us about how we can use our knowledge of the some of Tasmanian’s best wilderness destinations to help you create a journey of a lifetime.
Call 1300 133 278 or contact us to start talking about a journey that will suit you.

All tour descriptions and conditions are given in accordance with the information of Trek Tasmania
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