Bay of Fires Walk ©Tasmanian Walking Company

Bay of Fires Walk ©Tasmanian Walking Company

Tasmanian Walking Company


Tasmanian Walking Company

WWF-Australia and Tasmanian Walking Company have partnered to raise funds for the largest and most innovative wildlife and landscape regeneration program in Australia’s history - WWF’s Regenerate Australia.

Walk for Wild is centred around *four of Tasmanian Walking Company’s award winning walks departing on 8th October 2021. 100% of its Walk for Wild sales will be donated to WWF’s Regenerate Australia.

Regenerate Australia is WWF’s bold program of action. It aims to rehabilitate and restore wildlife and habitats, and future-proof Australia against climate disasters. Guests who join one of the Walk for the Wild trips have the opportunity to experience Australia’s breathtaking wilderness areas while also supporting Regenerate Australia projects that focus on restoring our environment and ensuring it thrives. 

Guests who join one of the Walk for Wild trips are encouraged to use the trek as a challenge to also raise their own funds in support of WWF-Australia. Walk for Wild trips include:


  • Bay of Fires Lodge Walk (Tasmania)
  • Cradle Mountain Huts Walk (Tasmania)
  • Twelve Apostles Lodge Walk (Victoria)
  • Three Capes Long Weekend (Tasmania)

Learn more about these award winning walks and sign up here

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Together, Tasmanian Walking Company and WWF-Australia will educate walkers on the importance of conservation of wilderness areas and wildlife, and support projects that have a genuine and tangible impact.

*Twelve Apostles Lodge Walk is operated by Tasmanian Walking Company partner Australian Walking Company




“We are very proud to be working with Tasmanian Walking Company to help raise awareness and critical funds for Australian conservation and encourage people to enjoy Australia's incredible natural environment. Eco-tourism, when mindful and well-managed, can have a huge positive impact for people and nature. Our goal to Regenerate Australia can only be achieved together through collaboration with many individual and collective actors across business, government, industry and local communities. The tourism sector has an exciting and valuable role to play in helping to achieve this ambitious goal.” 

Kathryn Birch



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