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If you are looking for the ultimate canyoning adventure then this is for you. Jump, slide and abseil your way around a 50 metre deep quartzite canyon then prepare for the afternoon session over a tasty gourmet lunch of fresh local produce. This experience showcases the finest in Tasmanian adventure.
Your canyoning adventure begins with 40 minute walk to the opening of the canyon though open button grass plains and rainforest. After changing into your safety gear you will be briefed by your guides for the day and then abseil into the canyon - a fitting start to an action-packed day! Once inside the canyon you will make your way downstream tackling natural features such as waterfalls and water slides by walking, swimming, jumping and sliding! Stop along the way for a hearty gourmet lunch of fresh local produce and hot chocolate before continuing deeper into the depths of the cave. Discover Tasmania's secret subterranean world and leave muddy, tired but ready for more!
Once this experience has been confirmed changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
This tour runs with a maximum of 12 people.
In the event of rain or inclement weather your experience will still go ahead unless contacted by the experience provider.
Bring something to wear under the wetsuit which is provided. Bathers or undies are fine, thermal underwear will make it warmer. Also bring towel and a drink bottle and clothes and shoes for the 40 min walk to the canyon.
Please note this experience is seasonal and bookings are subject to availability between November and April each year.
This experience takes place in Cradle Mountain, Tasmania.