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Tahune Forest AirWalk
Tahune Forest AirWalk

Tahune Forest AirWalk

Arve Rd, Geeveston, Australia, TAS 7116

Practical Info

The Tahune Forest AirWalk is located just over an hours’ drive from Hobart and is open daily from 9am to 5pm October through March, and 10am to 4pm April through September. It is closed on Christmas Day and in hazardous weather conditions. The path to the AirWalk is uphill and includes 112 steps, with a handrail the whole way up and places to stop along the way. Disabled access to the start of the AirWalk is available.

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Recent reviews from experiences in Hobart

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Terrific Tahune and Hastings caves!
Naiade_P, Jan 2022
Tahune Airwalk Active Day Trip from Hobart Including Hastings Caves
The tour was absolutely fun and the amazing scenic trip is a win-win by itself. Our guide Nick is so knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the local history and aspects of nature that it is contagious. We travel with two teenage daughters and the family loved every minute of it. Don't miss this one!
star-5
Well worth the cost as the day & the guide were excellent. The Hasting caves were astoundingly beautiful
Marilyn_J, Apr 2021
Tahune Airwalk Active Day Trip from Hobart Including Hastings Caves
The trip down was informative & beautiful. The Tahune walk & bridges were amazing experience with wonderful views of the surrounding country side
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A great day :)
Rachel_B, Dec 2018
Tahune Airwalk Active Day Trip from Hobart Including Hastings Caves
From the beginning of our day, when our incredible tour guide, Luke, picked us up, the vibe was very friendly and relaxed. Luke was very knowledgeable yet unpretentious, and very likeable - thank you, Luke, for a fabulous day!! The Tahune Airwalk and swinging bridges walks were incredible, with beautiful views of forest and river. Hastings Caves were spectacular - hopefully you get Simon as your cave tour guide too, as he was brilliant - a respectful and genuine acknowledgement of country, insightful cave information, and good humour. The only thing that was a bit disappointing was the “thermal pool” - it is basically just a swimming pool with kids running around everywhere... not very peaceful at this time of year haha! But instead of swimming in the pool, there are options of nice, easy walks to take around the pool site instead (unfortunately the platypus was very elusive). The day was topped off by a visit to an amazing honey shop, with bees to observe, and honey whiskey to try (definitely try it! Amazing.).

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