Tasmanian Walking Company Fundraising Program

December 23, 2019

BIAT has joined the Tasmanian Walking Company Fundraising Program! Mention the 'Brain Injury Association of Tasmania' when you book a walk - and BIAT will receive $500!

The fundraising program includes Tasmanian Walking Company and Australian Walking Company walks.

Walking experiences include: Cradle Mountain Huts Walk, Bay of Fires Lodge Walk, Three Capes Lodge Walk, Wineglass Bay Sail Walk, Twelve Apostles Lodge Walk, and Bruny Island Long Weekend.


To find out more about this offer please contact the Tasmanian Walking Company:
Email: bookings@taswalkingco.com.au
Phone: (03) 6392 2211
Website: https://www.taswalkingco.com.au/fundraiser/Brain-Injury-Association-of-Tasmania/


Don't forget to quote Brain Injury Association of Tasmania at the time of booking.


For any questions, including walk accessibility, please talk to the Tasmanian Walking Company. We recommend you ask to read their terms and conditions (available on their website) prior to booking.

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