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Great Western Tiers

Natural and Cultural Heritage

Forest Walks Lodge has been built by husband and wife partnership Sean Cadman and Rosemary Norwood. The lodge is the culmination of three decades of working in conservation politics, planning and environmental assessment.

Our mission is to provide visitors and travellers to Tasmania with a quality experience which focuses on engagement with the Tasmanian natural and cultural environment. The small scale of our establishment ensures all our guests have a quality personal experience. We enjoy interacting with our guests and sharing our knowledge of Tasmania’s unique natural environment as well as its excellent food and wine.

We aim to demonstrate best practice environmental management, both in the management of our property, the design of our buildings and the structure of our guided walks. We are more than willing to share our experiences and also our local knowledge with anyone who is interested.

We have placed a conservation covenant on our property to protect the forest and wildlife for the future. Several of Tasmania’s threatened bird and marsupial species are resident or frequent frequent visitors and rare forest communities grow on the property.

We are ideally located for a peaceful and relaxing time away from the stress of modern city living or for access to some great walks along the Great Western Tiers.

Tasmanian Birds wildlife