THE ARVE GIANT - LAST OF THE ANCIENT BLUE GUMS - HUON PINES - TAHUNE AIRWALK - ZIG ZAG GIANTS GROVE
An amazing adventure in the wild ancient forest
To the massive river gorges in the farthest corner of the continent - ancient rainforests, immense trees, a canopy walkway into the treetops - into the burn zone - via the apple orchards of the Huon Valley
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Things to do:
Based on your interests, we’ll work together to make a custom itinerary that could include:
- Explore the Giant Treetops at the Tahune Airwalk canopy walkway
- Visit the Wonderboom Giant Tree
- Drop in on the Geeveston Town Hall Museum and see their forest interpretation
- See the rare and ancient Giant Forest Blue Gum – planted worldwide but from these very forests
- Walk along the secret corridors of the Arve Forest Loop, travelling behind locked gates alongside a
- Roadside apples, peaches, pears, and nectarines seasonally available from honesty-box stands
- Travel up into the dolerite subalpine forests of the Hartz Mountains towering over the giant forest valleys
- A quick visit to the Summer Kitchen, arguably Tasmania’s best bakery
- Scenic drive along the Huon River – mountains, sailboats, picturesque bays
- See the ancient Pencil Pine trees in their mountain habitats
$620 total for full-day expedition (1 or 2 Expeditioneers)
$45 for each additional person (Maximum 4 Expeditioneers)
All admission prices included
Includes gourmet picnic, snacks, fresh fruit, and hot drinks in the forest
Opportunity for longer or shorter walks, or minimal-walking car-touring
Unparalleled opportunity to see some of Earth's finest forests
Useful information including cancellation policy, equipment list, and more, can be found at the Trip Info page.
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