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Wild Pedder features in Tas Weekend magazine

Wild Pedder are proud to have been featured within the Saturday Mercury's Tas Weekend Magazine. A fantastic article written by Alice Hansen (of Tailored Tasmania) truly captures all that the Pedder Experience offers: wilderness, adventure & pleasures...

Check it out at Tas Weekend Online or download the PDF.

A guide to Tasmania's mythical huts series

A guide to Tasmania's mythical huts series

There are places in Tasmania’s wilderness where a little slice of home pierces the belly of the wilds. It might be as simple as a few enamel cups hung off some rusty and bent old nails or the warmth of a fireplace that has seen the gaze of a thousand weary travellers. It is Tasmania’s high country huts that I speak of and their deep and sorted histories.

Winter Wanderings

Winter Wanderings

A little boggy in places, but the most incredible mountain vistas...

Pilot Trip Pleasures - Our very first trip!

Pilot Trip Pleasures - Our very first trip!

Over fours days in April we ran our very first full Pedder Experience in the form of a "pilot trip". With a few friends along for the ride, the trip was a method of testing our logistics, gathering feedback on our selected activities and operations, and to taste the delicious menu designed for us at  Pedder Wilderness Lodge.

A great deal of effort had gone into getting the Wild Pedder idea to this stage and Cody & I were both nervous and incredibly excited to be running our first trip.

Whilst everything ran as smoothly as we had hoped there was still so much gained from the pilot trip. Some really great feedback from our friends and some great opportunities to experience and reflect upon the Pedder Experience and how to make it the absolute best tour of it's kind in Tasmania.

We had a fantastic trip. Check out some of the beautiful photos taken by Alec below of the mesmerising wilderness encountered on the Wild Pedder pilot trip...


A Tea Ceremony & A Picnic

A Tea Ceremony & A Picnic

We teamed up with a Tasmanian designer Matty Sykes today for something a little special.

With Alyssa and Alec along for the experience we headed to Lake Pedder and kayaked to Wilmot Island for a picnic lunch and photo shoot.

Matty set up an incredible tea & smoke ceremony, and a feast was shared by all.


 



 

The Frankland Range

The Frankland Range

For seven days over the New Year period Cody, Alyssa & Lou set out on an off-track bushwalk along the Wilmot & Frankland Ranges on the Western shore of Lake Pedder in Tasmania's Southwest National Park.

Purely for pleasure; the adventure did not fail to please.