All Park Trek walks are tailored to allow plenty of time to enjoy the natural surrounds so you can relax and settle into the gentle rhythm of walking. No heavy packs required, just a light daypack making walking comfortable and enjoyable.
The food we serve
About the meals
The food we serve is healthy, hearty and home style. Our menus are designed to showcase the fabulous regional produce. Fresh local cheese, yoghurt, fruit, vegetables, fish and meats are used , supporting local farmers and minimising our food miles.
We don’t offer five-star dining, but our guides take pride in ensuring that all meals are delicious and plentiful, prepared with top quality fresh seasonal ingredients.
Lunch can vary from day to day, but includes meat, salad, bread and wraps. Some days might include something different like a roasted chicken or a quiche.
Dinner is a casual two-course meal of main and dessert prepared by your guides. The menu changes to suit available fresh produce but could include a classic roast lamb, salmon fillet or Thai chicken. Dessert may include things like maple baked apples, pears in red wine or seasonal fruit salad.
Snacks and nibbles – guests can prepare their own trail each morning from the self serve trail mix selection. There will be fresh fruit for the trail, and biscuits or fruit cake for tea breaks.
Pre-dinner antipasto – each evening we prepare a tasty selection of antipasto delights, dips, cheese and crackers before dinner.
Dietary requirements – we are able to accommodate guests’ specific dietary requirements if advised beforehand, and can prepare meals to meet individual needs.
Alcohol – out tours do not include include alcoholic beverages, however guests are most welcome to bring beer/wine along with them. If you are bringing bottled wine please ensure this is packed well in your main bag to avoid breakages. There may also be an opportunity to visit a local bottle shop while on tour.
The people who join our tours
Park Trek’s walking holidays are relaxed and friendly accommodating guests of all ages. Our small group tours attract like-minded people generally aged between 50 and 75 years.
Guests range from people travelling on their own, to couples, friends and groups.
What Park Trek provides
As soon as you join a Park Trek tour your needs are looked after. We provide:
- All transport in comfortable mini-coaches
- Experienced and helpful guides
- Fully hosted walking tours and interpretation along the trail
- Thoughtfully planned itineraries
- Excellent meals and snacks
- Warm and friendly atmosphere
Park Trek vehicles
Park Trek uses modern, clean and comfortable mini-coaches along with a Colorado 7 for small or private tours.
About Park Trek
Park Trek was founded in 2000 by Alan Fenner. As an ex Outward Bound Field Instructor and avid bushwalker, Alan brought together his love of the great outdoors and his enthusiasm for creating a social, safe and fun bush walking experience for others to enjoy.
Paul and Ingrid Huitema, took over the business in late 2014. They also share a love of travel and the great outdoors.
Over the past 15 years, Park Trek has delivered hundreds of tours and gained a solid reputation for providing guests with spectacular scenery, thoughtfully planned itineraries, plenty of time to absorb and enjoy the natural world and a great social environment for like-minded travellers.
All tours are fully accommodated and hosted by professional and experienced guides. Most meals are included and walking distances are suitable for most healthy adults.