Tarkine Trails was established in 2002 by a group of like-minded, passionate individuals, with a focus to provide exposure from the threats to the Tarkine region through tourism. From here the company has evolved to provide multiple unique deep immersion walking experiences, both within the Tarkine’s vast rainforest areas and along its wild coastline.
Tarkine Trails is proudly part of the Trek Tours Australia family, continuing the legacy of offering truly unique and genuine takayna / Tarkine experiences.
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The Tarkine Rainforest Walk is a four-day tour that features day walks completed at a leisurely pace to suit the fitness of the group carrying only your own lightweight day pack.
Evenings are spent accompanied by views of the deeply forested valley whilst indulging in some fine local produce, the perfect way to end a day of total forest immersion.
Accommodation consists of large comfortable canvas tents that are permanently set up at their exclusive and very popular rainforest standing camp.
This tour is designed to give people with a broad range of fitness levels access to the stunning Tarkine wilderness while still maintaining that level of comfort.
Join Tarkine Trails on a immersive trekking experience of a lifetime. To truly experience the Tarkine rainforest, you need to live it, breathe it, drink it – and walk it. Tasmania’s only multi-day rainforest walk enters this vast, tree-lined cathedral – Australia’s largest cool temperate rainforest. Recognised globally for its ecological significance, this forest is a living remnant of the prehistoric woodlands of Gondwana. The moss-covered understorey is open, enabling our group to journey through the amazing forest for days. The Tarkine is one of the few remaining places where you can walk through temperate rainforest, without the visual presence of human development. It is still largely unexplored as a walking region, making this track an incomparable experience of isolation, beauty and wildness. It’s a wee bit special
Join Tarkine Trails on this full pack hiking adventure, exploring one of the most remote and beautiful wild coastal stretches of the world – the Tarkine wilderness in the north-west of Tasmania. There is something awe inspiring about a remote beach at the edge of the earth. The rugged, windswept takayna / Tarkine coastline showcases the true beauty and power of a wilderness landscape. The Tarkine coast is not only breathtaking, but the expansive ocean beaches, remote rivers and huge surf create a powerful backdrop for your Tarkine Coast Trail walking adventure.
Join Tarkine Trails on this fully accommodated day pack hiking adventure, exploring one of the most remote and beautiful parts of the world – the Tarkine / takayna wilderness in the north-west of Tasmania.
We explore the spectacular highlights and trails of the Tarkine region with stays in lodge style accommodation. Three nights at Corinna in eco-cabins, set deep in the pristine Tarkine rainforest along the banks of the majestic Pieman River is an experience not to be missed.
Day 1 : Pick up Launceston, transfer to Rocky Cape National Park, Dip Falls to Stanley | 10kms
There is a pre-trip briefing this morning at the Aspire Adventure Equipment Gear Store 136 York Street, Launceston
Day 2 : Explore Trowutta Arch, travel the Western Explorer and trek Mt. Donaldson | 13kms
Day 3 : Kayak the majestic rainforest clad Pieman and Savage Rivers, return rainforest walk to Corinna | 10kms+paddle | 5km walk
Day 4 : Coastal Hike on the takayna coast to Point Rupert | 14kms
Day 5 : Fatman Barge, Zeehan, walk Montezuma Falls track, Tulllah |12 kms
Day 6 : Mount Farrell hike , return to Launceston | 6kms