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Wednesday 17 August 2022

Walks on the mild side in Tasmania

Winter in Tasmania can be long and cold, but spring is just around the corner. 

The Tasmanian Walking Company has just unveiled its 2022/23 Walk+ Collection in collaboration with some of the island state’s tourism innovators and designed for adventurous walkers looking for experiences in nature. 

Heath Garratt, general manager of the Tasmanian Walking Company, says: “Our walks consistently attract global interest from guests looking to make their next adventure truly extraordinary. 

“Our new Walk+ collection is a unique approach to experiencing Tasmania’s hidden gems and the current demand exhibited for our walks gives us great confidence in these new and unique itineraries.”

Among the new experiences: 

Bruny Island Long Weekend and Fat Pig Farm Feast

This farm to table experience is designed for adventurous foodies seeking a journey into Tassie’s local produce. The Bruny Island Long Weekend and Fat Pig Farm Feast combines a three-day island walk with a Farm Feast at Matthew Evans and Sadie Chrestman's Fat Pig Farm in the Huon Valley. Walkers will enjoy coastal walks, forest glamping and local culinary delights from a gourmet long lunch at the farm to fresh oyster shucking.

Sacred Geography with Sarah Bachelard

A chance to experience one of Australia’s most beautiful tracks in a spirit of pilgrimage with theologian and spiritual director Sarah Bachelard. 

This journey on thevoverland track is described as an “opportunity to reconnect body, soul and spirit deepened by the lived experience of sacred geography and listening to the land”.

The Cradle Mountain Huts Walk is a six-day walk along the Overland Track, retreating each evening to the comfort of private accommodation along the trail.

Live Music Walks with Emily Sanzaro

Walk the Bay of Fires and experience a cliff top dinner party complete with an interactive live performance by avant-garde Tasmanian harpist, Emily Sanzaro. 

The Bay of Fires Lodge Walk is an all-inclusive four-day walk along the pristine east coast of Tasmania and staying at award winning Bay of Fires Lodge.

For bookings and further information on the Walk+ experiences see


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