Tasmanian Expeditions Blog

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How to Pack a Trekking Bag

It often surprises travellers when they realise if they organize and pack their backpack correctly, an amazing amount of gear and clothes can fit in it. Packing efficiently is an art that not many...

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How to use walking poles

Have you ever thought of adding trekking poles to your trekking gear? Hiking poles can provide extra stability for trekkers while bushwalking on uneven terrain. By taking the load off the legs and knees...

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The Best Views in Tasmania

Tasmania is home to some of the most spectacular landscapes; wild, rugged coastlines, jagged mountain peaks, pristine beaches and never-ending vistas. Find out what the best views in Tasmania are! Bruny Island Bruny Island...

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Top Tips for Bushwalking Etiquette

It’s no secret that bushwalking is a relaxing way to connect with nature, offering an excellent opportunity to unwind. And when you are so far removed from the rush and fast paced nature of...

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Book early for New Years Trips

New Years Trips for adventurous travellers Ah, New Years Eve. That one evening that sets the tone for the year ahead. With promises to exercise more, eat better, trek often, and have adventures. And while...

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Gear Guide: Layer your clothing

Ever heard the saying ”there is no bad weather, only bad clothing”? It couldn’t be more true! Check out our gear guide on how to layer your clothing on a trek. Technical clothing &...