Immerse yourself in Australia’s spectacular natural environment on a nature-based escape. Find yourself hiking the remote Tarkine Wilderness in Tasmania, traversing Victoria’s alpine peaks, wandering secluded beaches of the Bay of Fires Conservation Area, through World heritage-listed landscapes in the remote lands of the Kimberley or through the vibrant landscapes of Kakadu, Nitmiluk and Litchfield in the NT. Australia has some of the best walking experiences in the world. Our national parks are teaming with wildlife and unique flora. Spot koalas, echidnas, yellow footed rock wallabies and a myriad of birdlife. Be amazed by untouched forests, iconic boab trees and coastal wilderness.
For the past 20 years Park Trek has been visiting spectacular and picturesque locations. We specialise in offering small group walking holidays and visit destinations all over the country. You don’t have to be super fit, you just need to love travel and enjoy the great outdoors. All your needs are taken care of with Park Trek. Tours are fully hosted, accommodated and most meals catered for. You just need to bring your clothes and walking boots, a sense of adventure and fun and we’ll take care of the rest!
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Hike the entire length of the Great Ocean Walk in 2021 Very few of us have had the chance to stretch our legs in 2020, but we’re optimistic about 2021 being a good year, so what better time to start planning a great adventure!The Great Ocean Walk is a 105-kilometre
Due to popular demand we have launched some new Wilson’s Prom and Gippsland depatures for 2021. Saturday 6 to Wednesday 10 February Monday 8 to Friday 12 March Sunday 21 to Thursday 25 March Thursday 4 to Monday 8 November Tuesday 16 to Saturday 20 November This trip offers an
In the Tarkine – the forest floor comes to life With borders in Tasmanian closed until December 2020, its time to start planning for 2021. Summer and autumn is a great time to visit the Tarkine. The rainforest comes into bloom and a huge array of fungi push their heads
One of Park Trek’s favourite walking destinations was drastically impacted by the 2019/20 bushfires, followed by the Covid-19 pandemic. Park Trek Director Ingrid Huitema says that the company is committed to supporting the beautiful Kangaroo Island community and cannot wait to visit the region in 2021. “You can join us
Walk with Park Trek to Kakadu, Nitmiluk and Litchfield and walk the finest trails in the Top End. Swim under cascading waterfalls, walk among rugged escarpments, view aboriginal rock art, spot giant crocodiles and enjoy the myriad of bird life.