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I walked the BOF walk with my partner recently and we had an absolutely fantastic time. There were many, many highlights. We were blessed with great weather and the view as we passed the lighthouse, went up a slight rise and then looked southward at...More
This is an Outstanding trip! Beginning with the guides reviewing what we needed and helping us transfer our stuff to better packs, at Quamby, to delivering us to our hotel in Launceston after the trip, it was all very well done. I was particularly thrilled...More
Only by experiencing this trip can you really appreciate how truly unique it is. It is an easy walk if you are fit, with plenty of stops along the way. We booked out the trip with 5 couples, which I would highly recommend as it...More
I walked the BoF with my mum in January and we both thoroughly enjoyed the experience. We met our guides at Quamby who made sure that we had all we needed in our packs and that we were comfortable.
The coastal scenery of the National...More
From the moment we started our walk till the last day we could not fault the experience we had with the Tasmanian walking company. Our guides were knowledgeable and very helpful and we were blessed with perfect weather.The walk itself was not terribly strenuous walking...More
Have any past travellers had Coeliac Disease? No wheat, rye, barley or oats in your meals?
1 January 2015|
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Response from taswalkingco | Property representative |
Hi - We have had many guests travel with us who suffer from Coeliac disease (we even had a glowing write up from the Coeliac magazine complimenting us on our food!) so it is no problem. You just need to make a note of it... More
Hi - We have had many guests travel with us who suffer from Coeliac disease (we even had a glowing write up from the Coeliac magazine complimenting us on our food!) so it is no problem. You just need to make a note of it on your guest information form at time of booking. Cheers,
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"You are allocated rooms that are all identical, spacious and have very comfortable beds"