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In Southern Tasmania, following some of the local bushwalkers' most favoured tracks, Exploranges leads you through an array of scenic delights.

From the alpine heights of Mount Field National Park - Tasmania's oldest protected area - to Australia's most southerly point, this tour incorporates breath-taking views with bushwalks in some of Australia's best untouched environment.

The Tasman Peninsula is home to the Three Capes Walking Track which weaves it way through some of the world's most impressive landscapes. After exploring here, we head to Bruny Island where there's a chance to see Australian fur seals and possibly a whale, whilst cruising the southern coastline.

Cockle Creek is as far south as you can drive in Australia, so then we walk to see Australia's most southerly point. Culminating in the Huon Valley, you'll experience its age-old trees, as we visit the Tahune Airwalk.

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