Trans Tarkine Track Video

A video announcing the Trans Tarkine Track proposal was launched today by the project supporters - Bob Brown Foundation, Aboriginal Land Council of Tasmania, Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, Corinna Wilderness Experience, Tarkine Trails, Tarkine Wilderness Lodge, and Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre.

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Front: Graeme Gardner (Aboriginal Land Council Tasmania), Martin Hawes (Walking Track Design and Management), Greg Irons (Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary), Back: Ken Boundy (part owner Corinna Wilderness Experience), Heather Sculthorpe (Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre), Bob Brown

 

Enjoy the video, then read the report here.


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  • commented 2016-10-17 13:14:09 +1100
    I think you will need to provide 2 to 3 day tours as well. Not everyone is able or willing to commit to 5 days or the cost of that, and I presume the idea is access for all , not something elitist and only available to the few who can afford it. I would think two to three days would have the most appeal and take up. The two five day tours is a good idea to potentially generate return visitation, however perhaps 4 × 3 days would generate more.
  • commented 2016-10-17 13:10:10 +1100
    I think you will need to provide 2 to 3 day tours as well. Not everyone is able or willing to commit to 5 days or the cost of that, and I presume the idea is access for all , not something elitist and only available to the few who can afford it. I would think two to three days would have the most appeal and take up. The two five day tours is a good idea to potentially generate return visitation, however perhaps 4 × 3 days would generate more.
  • commented 2016-06-19 14:08:16 +1000
    Fabulous wilderness. Fabulous idea.
    Please look at this video and you will be inspired – Thanks Bob Brown Foundation for getting this under way.