Giant Tree Expeditions
Customised bespoke adventures in Southern Tasmania to discover some of the world's tallest, largest, and oldest trees
Masterclasses -Bespoke Daytrips - Custom Multi-day Itineraries
Book your place on an Expedition now from Hobart, Maydena, Geeveston, or Huonville!
Expert guidance to the ultimate Southern Hemisphere Forests
The world's most marvellous plants
We have travelled the world meeting incredible trees
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The charming island of Tasmania is home to the some of the world's tallest, largest, and oldest living things
Join us on expedition and discover for yourself!
Meeting the Giant Trees is a life-changing experience!
a truly unique and enigmatic ecosystem."
for the stories
trees have to tell"
Even before the big day I valued Yoav’s taking the time to assess my interests, experience and needs. Subsequently he designed wilderness expedition that was nothing short of sublime. Not… read more
April 22, 2022
Yoav took us out for a great day exploring the Mt Field area, definitely a highlight of our Tasmania trip! I had been out to Mt Field before but it… read more
April 6, 2021
We spend an exceptional and memorable day in Southern Tasmania with Yoav Bar-Ness, our incredibly knowledgeable guide from Giant Tree Expeditions. His expertise is phenomenal and he is such a… read more
January 6, 2022
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We acknowledge the long human history of Tasmania and pay our respects to the Tasmanian Aboriginal communities.
Direct booking link is here. Contribute to our citizen science efforts at iNaturalist. Discover the biodiversity of the Giant Forests of Tasmania via our downloadable iNaturalist Field Guide. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tell the world about these giant trees at TripAdvisor. Read our story of how we began. Check out some of our Media appearances. Meet ambassador trees we know and love. Learn about and book your place on an Expedition.
© Giant Tree Expeditions. Learn more about our media & writing portfolio at Outreach Ecology. You might enjoy reading about our lovely island at Tasmanian Geographic.