Right place for South Coast Track Information

by Brendon on August 30, 2014

Updated

18th December 2014

We wish all of our customers and fellow walkers a safe and happy Christmas.
We will be reducing our hours over the Christmas break but will still be posting out any orders placed.

Until next year

Brendon and the team

29th October 2014

Howdy and welcome to your information resource for the South Coast Track, one of Australia’s last great wilderness walks in Tasmania.

South Coast Track information

This 84 km walk between Melaleuca and Cockle Creek on Tasmania’s South Coast presents numerous challenges and many wonderful times for walkers.

My name is Brendon Sinclair and in January 2010 I completed the South Coast Track walk with my 2 sons – 17 and 15 – and brother-in-law.  He’s really old.  46.

Information On This Site

We’ve put together some information that we hope will be helpful to those people looking to complete the Walk.

The site contains:

Of course, you don’t have to do it yourself – South Coast Track expedition experts offer a fully escorted and sorted package that takes care of everything.

Can Now Buy The Book Direct Off Us (And Save!)

Without question, the best book I found for the South Coast Track walk is John Chapman’s “South Coast Track“.

For just $16.94 you’ll get what is considered the bible by walkers walking the track – detailed track notes, useful maps and much more.

You can buy this book direct from us here and we’ll send it straight out.

The Usual Disclaimer: Don’t rely upon the information on this web site.  Whilst we try and provide accurate information, none of it comes with any warranties.  Obviously. ;o)

Cheers

Brendon

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64 Photos Added from Phil

by Brendon on April 15, 2010

We were lucky enough to meet Phil and Ange when we walked the South Coast Track.

Phil was good enough to share some of his wonderful photography from the walk with us.

Here’s my favourite (click it to get the larger image):

Beautiful bird South Coast Track

Click for larger image

Plus a magical pic from Mark Ashton of Lion Rock in South East Cape.

Lion Rock - Click for larger image

Cheers

Brendon

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