Tarkine Trails

Tarkine Trails

Tarkine Trails offers three unique tours, for newcomers to serious hikers, that allow you to experience the rawness of the forest but with modern luxuries along the way. 

The Tarkine, in Tasmania's remote North West, is a unique, 65 million year old remnant of Gondwana and the largest temperate rainforest in the Southern Hemisphere. It should not be missed!

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