We are very pleased to be nominated as a finalist in the Tasmanian Tourism Awards 2016. These awards are designed to promote and reward business excellence, professionalism, creativity and innovation.
The video shows some of our favourite footage from 2015/16. As we look forward to getting out on the Franklin River again on October 2. There are still a few places left on this 7 day full river tour and plenty of water on the West coast should ensure easy paddling.
This is truly the trip of a lifetime. I don’t think I have ever felt so relaxed. Some serious rapids for adrenalin heads, some awesome scenery for wilderness lovers and some gourmet meals for the foodies. Through in the most competent guides you could ever want, top quality gear and an easy booking/planning website, and you have the complete package. I’ll be doing it again. Review by Roger Sp.
Do you want to escape the winter blues? Looking for an adventure? Experience true wilderness in a unique way? We might have just the thing for you.
The Franklin River has a thousand faces and low water levels bring out some of its prettiest features. Even with lower than average water levels, rafting is still a relatively easy way to experience the remote beauty and wilderness of South West Tasmania.
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“Thanks for a great trip, I had a fantastic time and found some muscles that I haven’t used for a long time.” – Les T.
What a great trip we had. Les, 80 years, completed the Franklin River Rafting trip with us and never looked out of his comfort zone.
A few snippets of the many good times rafting the Franklin River in the years 2014/15 – at Tasmania, Australia.
View video on youtube: Franklin River Rafting – Best of 2015 (3:33 mins)
Quite low water for November in South West Tasmania. On our latest rafting trip down the Franklin River, we explored every ‘rock and cranny’ along the way. The long awaited rain came on the last night. Good times regardless, thanks to everyone involved.
A few ‘arty’ shots from our last trip down the Franklin River, a typical February 10-day expedition with very little rain, low river levels and plenty of sunshine.