Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, the iconic treetop nature walk Tahune Airwalk has reopened after being hit by bushfire more than a year ago. Now’s your chance to re-engage with nature and experience the breathtakingly beautiful sights of Southern Tasmania.
When a devastating bushfire roared through the region in the start of 2019, a cable on the Tahune Airwalk snapped and it was deemed out of action. Now, thanks to the tireless work of engineers, concreters and arborists, this incredible structure has finally reopened and is ready for us to enjoy!
The newly restored and elevated Tahune Airwalk weaves high the treetops, with the final section of the walk jutting out high above the ground to give you spectacular views over the Huon and Picton regions. The 619 metre walk will take about 50 minutes, as you stop to breathe in the incredible fresh air and look at the stunning views. The flat even surface makes it suitable for kids and those in wheelchairs.
The Tahune Airwalk even has onsite accomodation nestled deep within the bush, so you make a weekend out of it and really reconnect with nature. The self-catering lodge is a shared facility with eight rooms, a communal kitchen and fireplace. Click here to find out more about the Tahune Lodge and make a booking today!
All you need to know about the Tahune Airwalk
Where: Arve Road, Geeveston, Tasmania
When: 9am-5pm from October to March and 10am-4pm from April to September
Cost: Adult tickets $29
Phone: 03 6251 3903
Stay onsite: Stay at the Tahune Airwalk Lodge