Join us on a trek along the spectacular Tasman Peninsula from 5-10 November 2017 in honour of our 20th anniversary.
The Trek to End Bullying will take you through unspoilt nature and seaside towns, experiencing the stunning beauty of southern Tasmania. Beginning in Hobart, we’ll make our way to Cape Raoul, taking in the striking views of jagged cliffs and incredible waters below. Arriving at Port Arthur, you’ll have the chance to pay your respects to those who lost their lives that day. From there we embark on an eco-cruise past Tasman Island, visit beautiful Waterfall Bay, walk through ancient landscapes among waterfalls, through caves and a tour of Mount Wellington – a stoic reminder of Tasmania’s unique and breathtaking natural beauty.
By taking on this challenge you will be helping advocate for the safety and wellbeing of children.
Dates: 5–10 November 2017
Registration fee: $770 (non-refundable)
Fundraising target: $3,500 (excludes travel)
Travel cost: $2,999* (including taxes)
Trip duration: 6 days
Challenge duration: 5 days
Accommodation: Twin-share in 3 star hotels and self-contained cabins
Minimum age: 18 (younger ages considered on application)