The Overland Track

7 Days, 6 Nights

$2,700

PER PERSON

Overview

From the foothills below Cradle Mountain in Tasmania’s central north west, The Overland Track heads roughly 65kms south to the northern shores of Lake St. Clair (Leeawuleena). Along the way it passes through some diverse, spectacular and unique landscapes, including vast sub-alpine moors and dramatic mountain passes, dense mossy rainforest and majestic eucalypt woodlands. With a chance to climb lofty peaks off the main route, including Tasmania’s highest (Mt Ossa), visit pristine lakes and awesome waterfalls, and looking back from the ferry ride along beautiful Leeawuleena, it is easy to see what draws people from around the world to experience this incredible journey.

While there are some longer days walking, rougher track sections and challenging climbs this is graded from easy/moderate, an entirely on-track walk suitable for adventurous and moderately fit first timers.

Pick-up from either Hobart or Launceston, drop-off in Hobart

2023-24 Departures:

  • October 8th-October 14th 2023
  • November 17th-November 23th 2023
  • November 30th-December 6th 2023
  • December 21st – December 27th 2023
  • January 4th- January 10th 2024
  • January 22nd – January 28th 2024
  • February 2nd – February 8th 2024
  • February 20th – February 26th 2024
  • March 5th – March 11th 2024

2024-25 Departures:

  • October 15th -20th 2024
  • October 27th – Nov 2nd 2024
  • November 7th – 13th 2024
  • November 26th – December 2nd 2024
  • December 26th 2024 – January 1st 2025
  • January 14th – 20th 2025
  • January 30th – February 5th 2025
  • February 13th – 19th 2025
  • February 25th – March 3rd 2025
  • March 7th – 13th 2025
  • March 18th – 24th 2025
  • April 2nd – 8th 2025

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