The Overland Track Guided Walking Tour

With Tasmanian Expeditions

Tour Details

Tour Highlights
  • Walk Australia's internationally famous Overland Track
  • Explore deep forests, sub-alpine plateaus, high peaks and spectacular highland landscapes
  • End each day at scenic campsites with delicious meals prepared by your guides
  • Summit iconic Cradle Mountain and Tasmania's highest peak, Mt Ossa (1617m)
  • Enjoy close encounters with the local wildlife and amazing endemic wildflowers
  • Travel with the most experienced operator on Tasmania's iconic trail
  • Carry less thanks to our food drops
Duration
6 Days
Inclusions
  • 5 nights camping
  • 5 breakfasts, 6 lunches & 5 dinners
  • Food drop provisions along the track
  • Transport by private minibus
  • Lake St. Clair ferry passage
  • National Park fees
  • Overland Track Permit
  • Tent, backpack and gaiters
  • Sleeping bag, inner sheet & inflatable sleeping mat
  • Group camping equipment including all cooking & eating equipment
  • Emergency communications & group first aid kit
Region
Cradle Mountain
Departure Point
Pickup from Launceston Accommodation

The Overland Track holds a legendary status as one of the finest walks in Australia. Winding you way along a graded trail through the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area with each step you will be surrounded by breathtaking views, from the stunning crags of Cradle Mountain to the rainforest-clad shores of Lake St. Clair. Your journey will lead to new discoveries and some of mother nature's finest creations including waterfalls, dolerite mountains, lakes, tarns and diverse ecosystems.  The itinerary is ideal for walkers looking to make the most out of their time in the area by appreciating the many highlights and exciting side trips you'll undertake along the way. This full pack trek is suitable for first time bushwalkers as the inclusion of food drops and modern lightweight equipment will keep your backpacks as light as possible while your experienced guides will help bring the track to life thanks to their local knowledge and enthusiasm for the Tasmanian wilderness.