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[9 Jan 2012 | No Comment | ]
Tasman Peninsula – Looking for Cape Raoul

This bushwalk takes you to the Tasman Peninsula. A 5 hour round trip, it is level for a lot of the time though there is one hill that you must ascend about 10 minutes into the walk. You might want … Read the rest

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[10 Jun 2011 | One Comment | ]
Overland Track walk – guided adventure with Tasmanian Expeditions

The Overland Track is Australia’s most iconic bushwalk. Whether you’re from the mainland of Australia, further afield or even lucky enough to live in Tasmania, walking this classic Tasmanian trek is a complete adventure experience every hiker should undertake.

The … Read the rest

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[8 Apr 2011 | No Comment | ]
What clothes should you take to Cradle Mountain National Park?

When packing for your escape to Cradle Mountain, keep in mind that the region has very changeable weather.  Make sure that you’re prepared for the cold and the sunny glare – so a warm fleece as well as shorts and … Read the rest

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[24 Mar 2011 | No Comment | ]
Cradle Mountain walk – do the Overland Track in style

If you are looking for more than just a day walking adventure at Cradle Mountain then have you considered the Overland Track?

Many adventurers tackle the Track independently but for those who are nervous, on their first big hike or … Read the rest

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[4 Mar 2011 | No Comment | ]
King Billy Walk – Ancient Pines at Cradle Mountain

Imagine you are in another world, your face cooled by a light and airy mist in the middle of an ancient rainforest.

Your eyes are filled with the wonder of emerald green ferns and mosses, spiky myrtle, fragrant sassafras, and … Read the rest

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[22 Nov 2010 | No Comment | ]
Cradle Mountain to Lake St Clair – The Overland Track

If you are looking for an adventure within the Cradle Mountain National Park, then the Overland Track may be for you. This fantastic six day wilderness experience meanders for 65 km through some of Tasmania’s finest environments. It is an … Read the rest