Our walks are professionally guided by one of Tasmania's top forest conservation experts.
Sean is a great communicator with a passion for explaining the Tasmanian forest environment.
Experience how the forests and their evolutionary history come alive.
Guided walks depart daily on request, but please let us know when booking if you would like a guided walk so we can make the necessary arrangements.
Alternatively book a package which includes all your meals and a forest walk to suit you interest and ability.
An easy-grade Rainforest Walk takes one to two hours over level terrain.
This walk provides an exciting insight into Tasmanian's world famous rainforests. It is
suitable for younger children and older people of reasonable fitness.
Wild Forest Walk
The moderate-grade Wild Forest Walk takes three to four hours and is partly
off track. This is a walk that will interest most visitors to Tasmania as it provides a
broad overview of Tasmania's typical forest and rainforest communities.
Walk from the door into forest or grassland and you will see most of Tasmania's bird species, depending on the season.
Take a guide and bring your binoculars and you will be rewarded with many sightings and the sounds of wrens, raptors, robins and many other sepcies.
World Heritage Walk
The World Heritage Walk takes between eight and nine hours and requires a
much higher level of fitness and reasonable bush walking experience. This walk takes you into
the alpine wilderness. Must be booked 1 week before departure date.
Additional Walking Opportunities
Independent Walking There are several short walks around the property, including the Art Trail which features a number of ourdoor art installations.
Warners Track, about 5 minutes drive, takes you into the World Heritage Area and is a 5 to 6 hour return walk. From the top of the track you can see about one third of Tasmania on a clear day.
We can provide you with a packed lunch if you decide on this option.
Meander Falls and Liffey Falls These are both popular nearby walking tracks, Meander Falls being more difficult and
Liffey falls, with two different grades of track being more suitable for families.
Our guides have professional Science qualifications and a passion for interpreting the Tasmanian
natural environment. Walks providing lunch offer quality Tasmanian foods and cater to all
We can tailor forest walks for individuals and groups,
including clubs, schools and university classes.