Travel Blog - Wilderness
Exploring the Far South Rivers and Wilderness
Touring through Far South Tasmania is often overlooked when travelling in Tasmania. Only a short drive from Hobart compared to other regions, its a must-see destination for any family that loves being near the water and exploring nature.
Wombats On The Enchanted Walk
Kids will feel like they are walking through a magical land as they wind their way through forest alongside a beautiful creek. Watch for wombats and wallabies; they like to come and say hello!
Take A Ride Through Cradle Country On Horseback
In this guest article we catch up with Laura and Ray, who share with us how you can enjoy a family horse ride through some of Tasmania's most iconic wilderness areas. Their 35 horses are beautiful in nature and cant wait to meet you. With them, you can take the family on a very special journey within the iconic Cradle Country, or ride along the beach at Narawntapu National Park or visit the rolling hills and eucalyptus forests of Kimberly area within the Mersey Valley.
Five Awesome Nature Based Activities For Families In Tasmania
Tasmania is a magical and exhilarating place. You can explore the whole island and in every region feel like you've entered another continent. The geography of Tassie is vast, and extremely contrasting from one place to the next. As for a family trip? The enjoyment of getting outdoors and spending time together, combined with physical activities and the worlds freshest air make for an extremely special journey.
The Franklin River Nature Trail
The Franklin River Nature Trail is a great way for the whole family to experience the ancient rainforest. Following the banks of the famous Franklin River, this half hour walk showcases the wild Wests beauty, wilderness and stories that make it so famous. Within the World Heritage Area, the trail will excite all your senses.
Why Cradle Mountain In The Rain Is Great For Kids
A trip to Cradle Mountain is a must for any family in Tasmania. Not only is it one of Tassies iconic locations, but its awesome, too! There is so much to do for all ages, and the best thing is that no matter what the weather, you can find an activity or walk to participate in.