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Created by outdoor guides, Daniel, Kirk and Brenton, who have been working and travelling together for the past decade. We wanted to create experiences that allowed visitors to dig deeper into where we work, live and love. Creating a range of local experiences, based on our time in the industry and adventures abroad. We want to eat local, drink local, work with and support other local businesses and when we say local, we actually want to mean it. 


We believe visitors deserve an experience instead of a tour, a guide instead of a driver and one who will actually get out of the bus. Our day trips from Hobart and private tours have been carefully designed to get visitors into our beautiful National Parks, tasting Tasmanian produce while also allowing time to experience what Hobart and our regional towns and villages have to offer.

We completed Tasmania's renowned tour guiding and outdoor recreation course and welcome the opportunity to share our knowledge with you. We have a deep love and respect for Tasmania's natural world and after a trip with us, we are sure you will too. So join us and explore beyond the bus window and see the real Tasmania. 


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Daniel: guiding, hikingdriving & preparing picnics all over Tassie! 

Born and raised in northern Tasmania, Daniel spent his early years camping, kayaking and exploring Tassie with his family. Leaving the island for a few years to live on the 'mainland', Daniel soon returned home to start a career guiding. Working at the Bay of Fires, Maria Island and Freycinet with a focus on gourmet travel, Daniel has grown to love all things locally produced. Completing a bachelor's degree in Tourism Management in 2016, in his spare time he relaxes at one of Hobart craft beer bars or mountain biking around Tassie.

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Brenton: having a stint in the mother-land (UK), On the email's still.

Happily settling in Tasmania in early 2011, Brenton is at home in the mountains. Having trekked more of the island state than most, he is well versed to share with you stories of nights spent away from the comforts of home. Holding a bach degree in Archeology, human history and migration are of great interest to Brenton. When he isn't on the track leading guests, he can be found walking with his beautiful dog, Jack, around the leafy suburbs of North Hobart or spending time at his bush block in the Huon Valley. 


(Captain) Kirk: - on hiatus, living on the mainland! He'll be back, one day.

Possibly the most efficient guide in the world, Kirk knows what he's doing.

Having worked a site guide, bushwalking guide, school leader, kayaking guide he is comfortable taking people out of their comfort zone and into the wild. Hailing from southern Tassie, Kirks love for Tasmania grows each year as he returns from home from one of this adventures around the world.. A lover of nutritious food, Kirk knows what the body needs to tackle a day out on the trail. You will enjoy Kirks approach to life and enjoy the stories he has to tell. 

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Local Mates - depending who's in town. 

Throughout the summer months we'll have some of Tassie's best nature guides giving us a hand in the busy season. They all bring a wealth of knowledge, experience and stories. From bush poets to globe trotting sea kayak guides. They're all a friendly bunch, who love getting out there. 

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