One of the Greatest Walks in the World

The Overland Track through Tasmania's central highlands is a breathtaking landscape of glacial lakes, ancient forest and thundering waterfalls. On this 8-day, all-inclusive hiking expedition, you'll experience the best of Tasmania's epic landscape, combined with a little luxury at the end to celebrate your achievement! 


  • Hike one of the greatest walks in the world with two passionate and experienced guides who will care for you every step of the way

  • Enjoy 4-star pre and post-tour accommodation in Launceston and Hobart

  • Visit the famous Mona Museum and enjoy a celebratory lunch at The Source Restaurant

  • All flights, transport, food*, equipment and experiences included - no extras! 

        *Drinks, such as tea's and coffee (when not on the trail) and alcoholic beverages are not included - sorry!

What will I see?

There is a reason this walk is so famous. The Overland Track is a 65km hiking route through the central highlands of Tasmania. Carved by glaciers, this ancient landscape has enchanted European adventurers for over a century and the Tasmanian Aboriginal's for 1000's of years more. 

Over the course of 6-days, you will walk one way from Cradle Mountain to Lake St Clair, over high mountain passes, through ancient Gondwanan rainforest and past thundering waterfalls. 

Then, you'll have the chance to explore trendy Hobart, with a visit to the world-famous Mona Museum and lunch in The Source Restaurant; a fine dining experience to round out the adventure of a lifetime. 


Itinerary Summary

Day 1 - Flight from Sydney to Launceston

• Arrive and welcome at your 4-Star accommodation (twin-share)

• Information & safety briefing session

• Optional Cataract Gorge walk (4km)​

• Australian pub dinner (included)


Day 2-7 - The Overland Track | 65km (+optional sidetracks)

• Complete the Overland Track from Cradle Mountain to Lake St Clair 

• Ferry ride across Lake St Clair and then private transport to Hobart

• Accommodation at your 4-Star accommodation (twin-share)

• Enjoy free time to explore Hobart's foreshore and town

• Optional group dinner at Frank Restaurant (included) 

Day 8 - Mona Museum visit 

• Ride the fast ferry to Mona Museum in the 'posh-pit'  

• Enjoy a celebratory lunch at The Source restaurant (included)

• Return flight to Sydney in the early evening

What do I need?

Not much to be honest. We’re pretty proud of the all-inclusive nature of our tours, and all you really need is a decent pair of hiking shoes and some clothing. We don’t want you forking out $100’s for high-tech gear, which is why we provide all the life-saving essentials. We also have a series of hire gear available, if you’d like to have the best of the best! 

What's Included on The Overland Track

  • Return flights from Sydney

  • All mountain and airport transfers for the duration of the tour

  • 2 professional and passionate tour guides

  • 2 nights in luxury 4-star accommodation (twin-share)

    • Single supplement available (+$500pp)​

  • 5 nights camping accommodation (twin-share)

  • All meals for the duration of the tour (7 breakfasts, 7 lunches, 7 dinners, 5 desserts)

  • Snacks, tea and coffee while on the expedition

  • Fully equipped hiking backpack (75-90L) and waterproof pack liner

  • Lightweight tent and sleeping mat

  • Lightweight duck down sleeping bag & cotton sleeping bag liner

  • 3/4 length hiking raincoat, essential for mountain weather

  • Personal toilet kit, including paper, hand sanitiser, baby wipes and rubbish bag

  • Compact day pack for side trips and optional mountain climbs

  • Group camping equipment including stove, pots, tarp, etc.

  • All National park and camping fees

  • Emergency communication and first aid kit (carried by guides)

  • Mona fast-ferry trip in the 'posh-pit' and entry into Mona Museum 

  • Final farewell lunch at The Source restaurant

  • Small group sizes (Max 10)

What fitness level do I need?

The Overland Track requires a moderate-high level of physical fitness. The track will take us through varied terrain including muddy rainforests and steep mountains passes. But thankfully there are equal parts downhill and flat terrain on the hike. You should be prepared to walk 10kms per day carrying a 15 kg pack. Luckily there are plenty of scenic places to stop and catch our breath (and a photo or two) along the way!


To provide you with the best ‘pre-trip’ training, we consulted one of Sydney’s leading Personal Trainers, to develop a custom program specifically targeting the key muscles and fitness requirements for this hike. It’s a combination of both HIIT and strength training and will have you well on your way to success! The training program is included with all tour bookings!


And as with anything in this world, if you have any questions, concerns, or queries, we really are the best people to speak to! Plus we’re super friendly and love a chat! Head on over to our Contact Us page for all the details.

8 Days I 65 km

Challenging Grade

Maximum Group Size 10 


GST included

We are happy to include additional dates for private or large group bookings if the above dates do not suit. Please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss alternative departures. 

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Guest Testimonials

"An unforgettable experience where I got to clear my head and deal with unresolved issues, all whilst getting back in touch with the beauty of nature. This was all orchestrated by an intuitive guide who has the ability to read our needs and ensure to provide the environment for our individual journey"

Con, April 2019

"What an amazing experience, made all the better with both of you and all your shared expertise. It’s such a cathartic experience feeling safe and serene while being physically pushed and totally out of your comfort zone at the same time. Can’t wait to feel that again. Thank you"

Elsie, April 2019

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We proudly support the LGBTQ+ community. We also acknowledge all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, in particular, the Eora, Dharawal, Dharug and, Gundungurra Nations who are the Traditional Custodians of the Land upon which we walk.