Conserving the natural environment and culture of the Australian wilderness for generations to come. We're committed to raising $1 million.
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 innovative projects focus on restoring balance to threatened ecosystems, protecting vulnerable native animals, promoting sustainable use of wilderness areas and educating on the mental health benefits of walking in nature.
100% of your money goes directly to charitable projects. All administrative costs are paid for by Tasmanian Walking Company and Australian Walking Company.
Tasmanian Walking Company Foundation launches Walk for Wild
We’ve partnered with the World Wildlife Fund-Australia (WWF-Australia) on an exciting event series to raise funds for the largest and most innovative wildlife and landscape regeneration program in Australia’s history - WWF's Regenerate Australia.
Book now and if travel restrictions are still in place, you can change your walk to a time that suits you!
Walks depart on 8th October 2021 with 100% of sales will be donated to WWF.
To book go to www.taswalkingco.com.au/wwf-walk-for-wild/
Restoration for World Wildlife Day 2020
Working with Conservation Volunteers, our team of guides, management and owners built and re-gravelled areas of the Truganini Reserve trails enhancing the environmental and biodiversity values of the conservation area.
Larapuna Community Weekend
Every year since 2014 a large group of Tasmanian Walking Company staff head along to the larapuna Community Weekend at Bay of Fires. The event provides an awesome opportunity to meet and get to know the various community groups who have a connection to larapuna, learn from each other, and get their hands dirty working on a range of conservation projects within the Mount King William National Park.