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Conserving the natural environment and culture of the Australian wilderness for generations to come.

We are the not-for-profit entity of Tasmanian Walking Company and Australian Walking Company - leaders in sustainable multi-day guided walks in Australia’s wilderness areas.

Our vision is to inspire people's connection with nature and cultivate real change with a boots-on-the-ground approach. Our projects focus on restoring balance to threatened ecosystems, protecting vulnerable native animals and promoting sustainable use of wilderness areas.  

100% of your money goes directly to charitable projects. All administrative costs are paid for by Tasmanian Walking Company and Australian Walking Company.


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Explore the extraordinary projects and groups we support including:



Conserving Ancient Wonders

In partnership with the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, we are mapping and collecting the seeds of endemic, threatened plant species.
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Bonorong Wildlife Hospital

Bonorong Wildlife Hospital provides care and rehabilitation to wildlife that are sick, injured, or orphaned. Our fundraiser will support the 24 hour emergency rescue service. 


The Brush-tailed Bettong Project

WWF-Australia's Regenerate Australia program and partners are seeing the successful re-introduction of the once-extinct Brush-tailed Bettong to the South Australian mainland. 

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Raptor Refuge Program

Raptor Refuge provide rehabilitation for sick and injured raptors. With a shared philosophy toward education, our partnership extends to Tasmanian Walking Company’s guide training programs providing an education resource.

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Kids on Country Program

Nature Foundation's Kids on Country is a youth engagement program for Aboriginal High School students aged 14-19, that inspires future careers in conservation and land management.

100% of your donations go directly to our projects. All administrative costs are paid for by the Tasmanian Walking Company and Australian Walking Company.


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