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Walking tours

Point Hicks Lighthouse Nature Tour

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Gippsland High Country Tours

Join a small group of nature lovers to explore the remote coastline around Point Hicks in Croajingolong National Park. This short escape is a chance to get away and let the team take care of the detail while you immerse yourself in nature.

Imagine walks along unspoilt sandy beaches, exploring rocks on the headland, discovering what washes up on the beach and wandering along soft leafy tracks through coastal forests. By day listen to quiet birdsong in the forest and by night go to sleep with the sound of waves crashing on the rocks outside your window.

Wildlife experiences are a regular joy, whether it is a wallaby in the forest, lizards basking on rocks or seals playing in the ocean swell. Your guide will share a great love of this coastal environment with you. Return home both refreshed and informed.

Your accommodation is in historic lighthouse keeper’s cottage at Point Hicks. Learn of a rich history as you join a guided lighthouse tour. You can also contribute to the environment, perhaps by picking up some beachwashed plastic rubbish that poses a risk to marine birds and wildlife or helping with some simple wildlife monitoring activities to suit your interests.

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  • Next scheduled departure: October 8-11, 2018. Contact Gippsland High Country Tours for a full day by day itinerary or details of other departure dates.

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Discover small group tours for nature lovers with Gippsland High Country Tours. Escape from the pressures of everyday life and experience the serenity of the High Country and East Gippsland on a range of fully packaged eco-tours and walks.

Gaze over a sea of mountains, breathe in the clear mountain air and touch the smooth trunks of snow-gums. Experience deserted beaches or ancient forests. Listen to bird calls as you wander along fern-lined tracks beneath towering eucalypts or across alpine plains with wildflowers at your feet.

Join a small friendly group of like-minded nature lovers led by experienced local guides, keen to share their love and knowledge of nature with you.

Take your time, appreciate the beauty and listen as your guide explains the interaction of plants and animals. Wildlife sightings are common and leisurely pace allows time for bird watching. Choose short or long walks with magnificent scenery and rich history.

Your guides know that you need a balance of activity and relaxation, so as well as structured activities and walking we allow time to relax and enjoy nature and the unique environments you visit.

Experience solitude, peace and tranquillity and return home truly refreshed.

  • The Ecotourism Association of Australia