Notes on making a booking:
  • infobox_info_icon-svg-customRegistrations for upcoming yatras generally open online 3 months prior to the event.
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  • Please note that we do not reserve any places on yatras without a booking.
  • Be aware that some yatras book out very quickly (within hours).

Attention: Due the current COVID-19 pandemic protective safety practices will be in place on all yatras and nature retreats and participants are required to abide to these precautions such as social distancing and hygiene to keep us safe. Events might cancel on short notice in response to changing COVID-19 regulations. 


Heartwood Nature Retreat 2023 – Mount Field 

Government Huts, Mount Field National Park, Tasmania
Sunday 5 – Thursday 9 February

with Ronny Hickel 

On this nature retreat we will be accommodated in the historic Government Huts, situated high in the alpine regions of Mt Field National Park, one of the Tasmania’s oldest and most diverse parks. At approximately 1000m elevation, nestled among snow gums and overlooking a beautiful alpine moorland, these basic huts will provide an excellent base for our retreat.


The Nature Retreat will open for applications on the Monday 14th November 2022 at 8am AEST

Tasmania Yatra 2023

Bay of Fires / Mt William National Park, Northeast Tasmania
Friday 24 February – Sunday 5 March 

with Jess Huon & Ronny Hickel

This Yatra will stretch from the southern part of the Bay of Fires, past the most eastern point of Tasmania at Larapuna (Eddystone Point) and into Wukalina/Mount William National Park in the north. The coastline is famous for its orange lichen-covered granite boulders, white sandy beaches sloping gently into crystal clear water, and rich cultural heritage.


The Tasmania Yatra will open for applications on the Monday 14th November 2022 at 8am AEST