Held on the 18th Feb 2023
at 6am to
, Northern Tasmania
Trowutta Forest Reserve, Tasmania, AustraliaSummary:
View rare virgin rainforest and stunning button grass plains.
We will be taking a stunningly scenic guided (by Rob Saltmarsh, NW Tassie local guide with a serious love for the Tarkine) drive along the takayna/Tarkine Drive's small loop, starting from Sumac Lookout and going counter-clockwise, finishing at Trowutta Arch. Each stop will include short walks between 10 and 45 minutes (return). You will see rare virgin rainforest and stunning button grass plains.
- Sumac Lookout
- Julius River
- Lake Chisholm
- Dempster Plains lookout
- The Sinkhole
- Trowutta Arch
- Date: Saturday, 18th February
- Meeting point:
- Cradle Coast - 8.15am - West Park car park near student apartments
- Launceston - 6am at Inveresk. 6:25am at Newnham.
- End: Cradle Coast @ 6:00pm, Launceston @ 7:45pm
Its only $37 for the day! This has been heavily subsidised by TUSA, and on top of this, we have partnered with tourism operators for negotiated rates.
Eligibility: Currently enrolled UTAS Launceston and Cradle Coast students