Walk Cataract Gorge | Tasmania
One of the really special things to do in Launceston

Doing Good

Walk Cataract Gorge gets started in 2018 with a one hour walk The Jewel of Launceston, which combines the best that Cataract Gorge has to offer.   


Doing Good

We all want to do something worthwhile. 

Yes!  By taking this tour you are doing good, not only for yourself but for others too. Walk Cataract Gorge has a strong social and environmental philosophy, and is ‘giving back’ in these ways:

Seniors Week tours 2018


Consultation with City of Launceston and local WILDCARE Inc group Friends of Trevallyn Reserve for advice and direction regarding environmental matters.

Undertake discrete rubbish collection and record by photo audit to be shared on social media, to assist in reminding visitors to respect the natural environment by ensuring that rubbish is taken out with them or placed in bins.

Volunteer with Friends of Trevallyn Reserve (FoTR), a member of WILDCARE Inc.  FoTR are dedicated to the protection and improvement of native flora, by engaging in environmental maintenance and restoration.

Contribute wildlife sightings to the (Tasmanian) Natural Values Atlas.


Acknowledge the Tasmanian Aboriginal people both past and present, and foster a culture of respect within tour participants for Tasmanian Aboriginal culture and people.

Provision of free tours for Seniors Week 2018, via Council on the Ageing (COTA) Tasmania. A one-hour stroll around First Basin. Encouraging older Tasmanians to spend some time outdoors taking in nature and connecting with othes.

Spearhead Tour Guiding industry reference group with TasTAFE.


Watch this space for more developments

As Walk Cataract Gorge grows, the aim is to give back more, to dedicate more resources and a portion of profit to contribute to social and environmental good.

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