Park Trek Walking Holidays Tasmania is passionate about providing quality, unique and unforgettable nature-based walking holidays.
As an eco-certified organisation, we seek to guide walkers to beautiful and interesting locations all around Tasmania. From the untouched South West to the beautiful North Eastern coastlines.
To ensure they preserve the character and beauty of these destinations, we try to minimize the environmental footprint as well as supporting local communities and businesses.
Our guides are local, dedicated and informative who share their passion of the great outdoors and knowledge on local history, wildlife and topography.
We also offer small group touring (max 10 guests) but also private group (10+) touring across a large range of Tasmanian locations, which we would love to share with you.
From $2265 to $2685
A fully guided, pack free 4 day walking tour – 31 kms walking (approx.)
Explore the highlights of the magical Tasman Peninsula over four fantastic days of walking and sightseeing.
This itinerary incorporates some of Tasmania’s most spectacular scenery. Enjoy towering clifftops, marvel at amazing rock formations and take a cruise around the spectacular Tasman Peninsula.
During our time away we stay in the stunning purpose built 6 bedroom, 6 ensuite Lodge. It is the perfect home away from home and ideal for our groups. Some groups will also stay at Stewart’s Bay Lodge in Port Arthur.
Please note: This walk is not the same as the Tasmanian Government’s Three Capes Track.
From $2050 to $2370
A fully guided, pack free 4 day walking tour – 55 kms walking (approx.)
Explore the Bay of Fires, over four fantastic days of beach walking and sightseeing.
Enjoy spectacular beaches interspersed with boulders covered in bright orange lichen, and take the opportunity to swim in the crystal-clear waters of Tasmania’s East Coast.
This itinerary incorporates some of the state’s most stunning coastal scenery, and is almost exclusively beach walking. Along the way we pass over the occasional granite headland, featuring shapely rock formations – whilst zigzagging our way through native heath country on the lookout for local fauna.
Departing from Launceston – we visit the historic lighthouse at Eddystone Point, Anson’s Bay, and the sweeping Bay of Fires Conservation Area. This is an active, yet relaxing escape to a very peaceful part of the world.
From $2250 to $2670
A fully guided, pack free 4 day walking tour – 40 kms walking (approx.)
Located just an hour south of Hobart, Bruny Island is renowned for its beautiful natural scenery, diverse wildlife, fresh local produce and stunning hiking opportunities. The landscape is spectacular- featuring towering sea cliffs, vast stretches of native forest, and seemingly endless beaches.
Here the wildlife is diverse, and the island is well-known as a birdwatchers’ paradise. Many rare and endangered species call this home – including the forty-spotted pardalote, the migratory swift parrot, and the coast dwelling hooded plover.
Over four days, explore the popular and lesser known attractions of Bruny Island – all while carrying your day pack only. Hike to the edge of the Fluted Cape, marvel at pounding surf beaches of Cloudy Bay, and climb to the summit of Mt Mangana – the highesy point on the island.
This is a wonderful active, yet relaxing walking adventure to one of Tasmania;s highlight destinations.
From $2050 to $2150
A fully guided, pack free 4 day walking tour – 35- 40 kms walking (approx.)
Cradle Mountain is one of Tasmania’s most desirable walking destinations and a stunning wilderness region. Enjoy four days of guided walking amongst the beautiful landscapes surrounding Cradle Mountain – walk segments of the famous Overland Track, spot wombats grazing on the grassy plains and hike over mountainous terrain for magnificent views. We visit glacially carved lakes, ancient rainforests, and seek out some of the parks hidden highlights. This is one of Australia’s most iconic natural areas and a truly inspiring location to visit.
From $2520 to $3440
A fully guided, pack free 5 day walking tour – 40 to 45 kms walking (approx.)
The Tarkine is a vast expanse of wilderness – rich in both natural and cultural heritage. It contains Australia’s largest tract of cool temperate rainforest, and boasts one of the most spectacular stretches of coastline anywhere in the world. It is also home to over 60 rare or endangered species – including the Giant Freshwater Lobster and the iconic Tasmanian Devil.
This five-day tour provides a wonderful exploration of the region, taking in a variety of inspiring landscapes. Enjoy sweeping mountain views, the ambience of ancient Gondwanan rainforests, and visit a number of picturesque waterfalls – all while carrying your day pack only. Cruise to the mouth of the mighty Pieman River, and the take a stroll along the wild Tarkine Coast.
From $2100 to $2400
A fully guided, pack free 4 day walking tour – 35 to 40 kms walking (approx.)
Tasmania is well known for its vast expanses of untamed wilderness, and maybe no other region quite encapsulates the raw power of nature more so than the South West.
Connecting with Mt Field National Park across a valley corridor of ancient rainforest, the combined extent encompasses a significant portion of what makes up the UNESCO listed Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area – a site protected for its outstanding natural and cultural values.
Subsequently, both avid hikers and recreational walkers alike have long been drawn to this remote pocket of the state for its magnificent scenery.
Over the course of four sensational days – explore rugged peaks, numerous waterfalls, and discover unique endemic flora and fauna, all while carrying your day pack only.
Travel with experienced Tasmanian guides on a diverse itinerary which includes some of the best walks in the region – with all snacks and meals provided, staying overnight in comfortable locally owned accommodation.