co-owner, lover of rocks, and actual mountain goat

I’ve lived on the foot hills of kunanyi / Mt Wellington all my life. It is an absolute honour for me to be able to share the stories that I’ve learnt. I know from my own travels, including walking in Nepal, that visiting the places where the natural and cultural intrigues reside makes the stories spring to life.

I continue to ‘play’ on the mountain whenever I can, be it running, climbing, riding or walking, and I’m still discovering new wonders. I’ve got a background in geology, teaching, business sustainability and managed the drinking water catchments on kunanyi / Mt Wellington for 8 years. Needless to say, I can rabbit on about these topics for yonks.

But my main job is raring two kiddies in the idyllic foothills of South Hobart trying to impart my love of the Tasmanian wilderness to the next generation. I hope I can do that for all our guests. But never fear, I won’t talk too much, because sometimes the best wanderlust quenching moments come from soaking up the surrounds in silence.

favourite dad joke

I tried to catch fog once…mist.

favourite walk

Sea to Summit

Are you looking for a unique and unforgettable way to experience Tasmania's natural beauty? Look no further than Walk on Kunanyi Tours!

Our guided walking tours take you on a journey through the stunning Mount Wellington/Kunanyi National Park, just a short distance from Hobart. 

Led by experienced and knowledgeable guides, our tours offer an immersive experience that allows you to connect with the natural world around you. We offer a range of tours to suit all fitness levels and interests, from leisurely strolls to more challenging hikes. And with our commitment to sustainable and responsible tourism practices, you can feel good about exploring this beautiful area. 

So why wait? Book your tour with Walk on Kunanyi today and experience the magic of Tasmania's wilderness like never before.
We walk on kunanyi in muwinina country, and acknowledge the palawa people of lutruwita as the traditional owners, who have looked after the land, sea and sky for more than 40 thousand years. We pay our respects to Elders past and present.
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