Cindy is passionate about travel, nature and wildlife. She has ventured to many places, spending two years living and travelling in North America. During this time she volunteered with Earth Watch Expeditions and studied grey whales, kayaked with humpback whales in Alaska and had close encounters with Kodiak brown bears and polar bears.
Her travels fuelled her passion and interest in the field of Eco Tourism so she completed a Diploma at William Angliss. Cindy is a keen scuba diver and has worked with Park Trek for several years. She lead numerous Park Trek Tours into Kakadu, Litchfield and Nitmiluk, Kangaroo Island, the Great Ocean Walk and The Tarkine.
Carl is Park Trek’s Kimberley, Lake Eyre and Arkaroola specialist. He has been working with Park Trek for a number of years running the company’s four-wheel drive tours. Carl spends a lot of his time in the bush, both four-wheel driving and bushwalking. When not running walking journeys for Park Trek, Carl works with a number of corporate, scientific and fund-raising organisations taking expeditions into remote regions of Australia.
Carl is passionate about remote travel and has explored many regions both overseas and in Australia. He has a wealth of experience and knowledge and you will be well looked after well on one of Carl’s journeys. Expect great walks, comfortable travel in customised four-wheel drive tour vehicles and great food prepared in his overlander bush kitchen. Carl is a truly great host who will have you keen to experience more remote and magnificent locations.
Andrew is Park Trek’s Tarkine specialist. He has been guiding with Park Trek for a number of years and you can be assured of his deep knowledge across a wide range of interests including bird watching, geology, botany, climate and history.
His in-depth knowledge has been gained by his time as an engineer, teacher and traveller in Australia and around the world.
Andrew really enjoys preparing delicious meals for his guests using fresh produce. His relaxed manner, professional approach and ability to talk about any topic will ensure you will extract the maximum possible value out of any trip you take under his capable leadership.
These days Andrew shares his time between winters at El Questro and summers down south taking Park Trek tours.
As a Park Trek guide, Ann’s goal is to provide opportunities for guests to unwind, relax and develop connections with the natural world and come away feeling refreshed and invigorated by their experiences.
She thinks the natural environment provides people with an escape from their busy and often stressful working lives and by reconnecting with the slow pace of nature it allows people to step back and re-evaluate their priorities.
Ann holds a Bachelor of Science specialising in plant ecology and a graduate diploma in outdoor education. She hosts mostly Great Ocean Walk, Grampians, Wilsons Prom and Alpine walks.
Growing up on the East Coast of Tasmania meant Laura was adventuring in the outdoors since she can remember. Bushwalking with her dad and friends, and white water kayaking are her favourite outdoor adventures. She is also an avid yoga student and enjoys indulging in local food and wine.
Young and enthusiastic, Laura thoroughly enjoys taking people into the great outdoors, being a part of their experiences and achievements when they complete a difficult walk, or see a spectacular view for the first time. Laura’s favourite Tasmanian location is on top of Mt Amos looking down to Wineglass Bay, across to Schouten Island, Maria Island and beyond.
A Tasmanian local, Greg has a strong connection with nature and cultural heritage. He spent many years working with Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Services in archaeology, as a tracker and interpretation ranger in a number of National Parks.
Greg has also worked as a Ranger and Tour Guide in the Kimberley and Lizard Island. He says it is a joy to lead small groups of people to new and exiting places and to share his knowledge of local flora, fauna, history and pre-history. A talented and personable guide, Greg is also a designer and craftsman of handmade furniture.
Greg hosts Park Trek’s Cradle Mountain and Tarkine tours where he is well adept to share is deep knowledge of the local environment.
Rachael grew up visiting many of Victoria’s beautiful national parks and has since visited many others around Australia and the world. She continues to love and explore Australia’s natural places.
Working previously in Outdoor Education and as an Environmental Scientist, Rachael now works with Park Trek alongside facilitating Mindfullness, Meditation and Nature Connection. Rachael loves to share the natural world with others as well as supporting guests in both surprising themselves at their walking achievements and reconnecting them with the natural world.
After more than 25 years in education, Angie has taken a career change to join Park Trek. A keen walker and cyclist, she has explored the great outdoors extensively, both in Australia and overseas. One of the biggest challenges Angie faces when travelling is deciding what adventure to pursue next as she like to keep herself busy.
Angie is keen to share her passion for the outdoors, her no fuss and relaxed attitude ensures guests have a great time on her walks. She has a genuine interest in her guests and thrives on the opportunity to make ‘maybes’ become ‘realities’. Rest assured Angie will provide friendly, efficient and accommodating guiding for your next outdoor adventure!
Callum is a young and enthusiastic guide who seeks adventure. His favourite pursuits are backcountry skiing, mountain biking and trail running. Growing up in Tasmania and spending his spare time exploring the outdoors, Callum has gained extensive knowledge of and experience with the Tasmanian wilderness. His favourite place amongst Tassie’s diverse and beautiful landscape is atop the imposing quartzite dome of Frenchman’s Cap; looking out to the rugged and wild south-west. Callum is passionate about nature and wildlife and fascinated by the science of the natural world. Through guiding with Park Trek he seeks to share his passion and knowledge with others and help them to develop a connection with nature and other people through memorable experiences in the Tasmanian wilderness.
Richard feels most at ease out on the walking tracks throughout the great national parks in Victoria and further afield. He has been a bushwalker for more than 40 years and established a club in the early 90’s after achieving his Bushwalking and Mountaincraft Certificate. His competitive streak has meant he has also been a keen rogainer competing in 9 World Rogaine Championships.
Richard is a keen traveller, visiting almost 40 countries including climbing Mt Kilimanjaro, rafting in the Zambezi, cycle touring above the Arctic Circle and completing the English Coast to Coast walk. With academic qualifications in management, strategic planning and environment, Richard recently completed 20 years service in local government before joining the Park Trek team. During this time he worked as CEO in the Grampians region spending time planning and funding the Grampians Peaks Trail which he considers is destined to become an international destination.
Dan has always had a passion for nature, exploration and adventure and has followed this passion through his life with qualifications and work in the fields of Geography, Arboriculture and habitat conservation. More recently he has worked with St Johns ambulance and Ski Patrol so you’re in safe hands. He has hiked extensively in Australia, Alaska, NZ and Europe and spent years living in Spain teaching English. As a keen skier and certified Ski patroller he is happiest in the mountains and beliefs Nature and its endless inspiration can be a transformative experience for anyone.
Dan loves to share this experience with others and to help people achieve and enjoy every moment on their Park Trek journey whilst sharing his knowledge and enjoying good times. To be able to share the amazing Australian scenery and wild nature with people is extremely rewarding for him.