THE SKYSCRAPERS - STYX TOLKIEN GROVE - FLORENTINE - MT FIELD - RUSSELL FALLS - SOUTHWEST NATIONAL PARK
An amazing adventure in the wild ancient forest
Hidden valleys surrounded by craggy mountains, waterfalls, moorlands - the oldest, gnarliest, and tallest forest groves, on the very edge of the vast Tasmanian Wilderness Southwest
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Things to do:
Based on your interests, we’ll work together to make a custom itinerary that could include:
- Meet the Giant Trees of the Styx Valley, home to many of the largest and oldest of the Giant Gum Trees
- Travel to the edge of the wild Tasmanian Southwest and view buttongrass moorlands and ancient rainforest trees
- Spot giant tree species from around the world: Redwoods, Sequoia, Cedar, and more
- Walk through the Giant Forest to the densely forested banks of the Styx River, named for the border of the Underworld
- Visit the famous Tolkien Track with its renowned Giant Trees: Gandalf’s Staff and Fangorn
- Marvel at the secret chamber of the Cave Tree
- Discover the spectacular subterranean river of the Junee Cave System
- Stop for a cuppa alongide of the mighty Tyenna River.
- Visit the famous treeferns and gum trees next to roaring Russell Falls
- View the Skyscrapers of the Andromeda Grove, the tallest grove of flowering plants anywhere on Earth
- Meet the Twisted Sister, a gnarled and ancient gum tree unlike no other
$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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