How it works
► On–demand, customised, private Expeditions
► Leave no-trace minimal-impact visitation
► Small groups only so as to protect the forest
► Transport door-to-door starting in Hobart
► Delicious picnic lunch included
► Suitable for all ages and mobility levels
► Each Expedition uniquely tailored
a closer look
"A life-changing experience"
Join us on Expedition and discover for yourself!
a truly unique and enigmatic ecosystem."
for the stories
trees have to tell"
Giant Tree Expeditions runs bushwalking, science, scenic, driving, and private customised guided tours from Hobart, Tasmania.
All of our tours are on-demand, private tours exclusive to your travel group. We customise our exact itinerary to meet your interests, abilities, and the conditions of the day.
Select your Expedition:
1 • Multi-Day Custom Itinerary
Plan your ultimate, unique, Tasmanian touring Expedition with us via Tasmanian Geographic. We’ll work together to craft a customised plan to show you the distinctive ecology and natural values of the island.
2 • Day Trip Expeditions
Explore your passions and discover new skills. Single-day, and Half-day Expeditions available.
3 • Services & Group Excursions
School groups. Conference Tours. Corporate teams. Training events. Project Support. Film Crews. Treeclimbing and canopy access. Contact us.
We conduct hiking and driving tours to precious groves of giant forest to see the tallest flowering tree species on Earth; guided bushwalking adventures to the best places to see ancient forests; science experiences in the big trees of the state of Tasmania; and many more and uniquely memorable itineraries to the most incredible natural sites.
We take Expeditioneers to the giant forest groves and stunning landscapes of the Styx Valley, Mount Field National Park, Southwest National Park, kunanyi/Mount Wellington, Cradle Mountain-Lake Saint Clair National Park,Tasman National Park, the Tahune Airwalk and the Huon Valley, Hastings Caves, and the Southwest World Heritage Area.
Beyond forest trees, we also run special-interest tours on forest mushroom fungus, coastal and landscape geology, birdwatching, fern biology, and more.