HERE's your chance to go for a walk on the wild side and help rehabilitate and restore wildlife and habitats ravaged by the 2019-20 bushfires.
World Wildlife Fund - Australia and the Tasmanian Walking Company have launched the inaugural Walk for Wild fundraising series, one of the largest regeneration programs in Australia's history.
Walkers can choose between four walks, three of which are in Tasmania: the four-day Bay of Fires Lodge Walk priced at $2595, the six-day Cradle Mountain Huts Walk ($3995) and the three-day Three Capes Long Weekend Walk ($1995).
The four-day Twelve Apostles Lodge Walk in Victoria, to be operated by Australian Walking Company, is $2595.
Tasmanian Walking Company co-owner Brett Godfrey said that as well as enjoying the health and wellbeing benefits, walkers can take satisfaction in contributing to "this incredible conservation effort".
If official Covid-related travel restrictions are still in place 14 days before the departure date, walkers can postpone their walk for up to 24 months and 100 per cent of the walk will still be donated to WWF-Australia. Alternatively, walkers can be offered a full refund; terms and conditions applying.
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