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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.


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Explore the extraordinary projects and groups we support including:


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Fundraising Walks

Our fundraising expeditions offer a challenging and inspiring way of raising funds to support our local communities and dedicated charity partners. In 2021, we are supporting 67 brave hikers with $37,000 in discounts to help with their fundraising ambitions.


Walk on the Wild Side

Walk on the Wild Side is an exciting opportunity to join us in the heart of nature knowing the full walk fee will be donated to charity. All walks depart on October 9th, 2022. Book Walk on the Wild Side now.

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Australian Bushfire Appeal

The Australian bushfires burnt more than 6 million hectares, devastating communities, industry, native habitats and wildlife. In response, we set up an emergency appeal raising over $100,000 to support the recovery efforts.

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Discovery Ranger Program

Funding park ranger programs in partnership with Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Services encourages local understanding and advocacy of national parks. Visitors leave with an appreciation of these wilderness places. 

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Aboriginal Guide Training Program

Learning interpretive and educational skills enables aboriginal guide trainees to share knowledge of Tasmania's heritage with visitors. The program was developed in partnership with The Aboriginal Land Council of Tasmania

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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