Trips to Australia and Tasmania: Trekkings and exploration trips

Discover Australia and Tasmania: an adventure trip through breathtaking landscapes and fascinating history awaits you!

Australia and Tasmania offer an impressive variety of natural beauty and historical sites that are perfect for trekking or exploring. Here are some tips for your next trip to Australia or Tasmania, ready for a special adventure?


South Coast Trek Tasmanien

South Coast Trek, Tasmania

10 days, Long-distance hike

The South Coast Trek takes place in the Southwest National Park and is set in challenging and wild terrain. We will hike about 85 km with heavy packs, through forests, secluded bays and swamps. Our hike begins in the village of Melaleuca, where we will start our hike after the equipment check.

K'Gari Trek Fraser Insel

K’Gari Trek on the Fraser Island, Tasmania

10 days, Long-distance hike

The K’Gari Grand Trek takes place on the formerly named Fraser Island. It is a 90 km hike with a heavy pack. Once you set foot on the world’s largest sand island, you’ll be transported to a wonderland of towering rainforests teeming with life, pristine lakes reflecting the blue of the sky, coastal heathland alive with the symphony of native flora and giant sand dunes as far as the eye can see. Challenge accepted?

Exploration trips:


Exploration trip Australia

14 days, Roadtrip and hiking

Australia offers first-class exploration trips. We visit this exciting island on an exploration trip that takes us to the natural beauty of the island.

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Best time to visit

The best time for trekking and exploring Australia and Tasmania is during the Australian fall and spring months (March to May and September to November).

The weather is pleasant during this time and nature is in full bloom.

For Tasmania, it’s a different story: The best time to visit Tasmania is usually during the Australian summer, which lasts from December to February. During these months you will experience pleasant temperatures, averaging between 17 and 23 degrees Celsius. The summer months are great for outdoor activities such as hiking, exploring the national parks and enjoying the picturesque coastal landscapes.

However, it is important to note that the weather in Tasmania can be quite changeable, regardless of the time of year. Even in summer, you may encounter cooler temperatures and occasional rain showers. If you’re planning outdoor activities, be prepared to dress in layers and bring weatherproof gear.

If you want to avoid crowds, spring (September to November) could be a good alternative. The weather is often still pleasant and nature comes to life with blooming flowers and green landscapes.

Overall, Tasmania offers fascinating opportunities to visit all year round!

Areas and cities worth visiting
  • Great Barrier Reef (Queensland): Dive into the colorful underwater world of the Great Barrier Reef, one of the seven natural wonders of the world.
  • Freycinet National Park (Tasmania): Discover the famous Wineglass Bay and enjoy spectacular views of the coastal landscape.
  • Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge (New South Wales): Experience the vibrant energy of the city of Sydney and visit the iconic landmarks.
Exciting places to trek
  • Grampians National park (Victoria): Explore the majestic mountains, deep gorges and waterfalls of this national park. The Grampians Peak Trail offers breathtaking views and is perfect for trekking enthusiasts.
  • Tasmanian Devil’s Trail (Tasmania): In Tasmania, this trail offers a unique opportunity to experience fascinating wildlife and explore the island’s unspoiled nature.
  • Larapinta Trail (Northern Territory): This trail stretches through the red zones of the outback and offers spectacular views of the MacDonnell Ranges. The best sections are accessible in the cooler months from May to August.
Culinary delights

Be sure to try the famous Australian dishes such as Vegemite, a yeast extract spread on bread, which is a true Australian classic – a must for every visitor to the Australian country!

Historical perspective
  • Australia, originally inhabited by Aborigines, was colonized by European settlers in the 18th century. Its history is marked by colonization, the gold rush and the emergence of a diverse society.
  • Tasmania was once Australia’s penal colony, and today historic sites bear witness to this dark but important past. Today, the island is a “green lung” characterized by extraordinarily exciting nature.

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