About Tawe Nunnugah

Every two years, keen adventurers set off from Recherche Bay in the far south of Tasmania to row and sail to Hobart , over 100 nautical miles away, in a fleet of small boats. This expedition over 9 days takes participants along some of Tasmania’s beautiful and unique coastline, from the wild south and along the spectacular and historic D’Entrecasteux Channel and up the Huon River before entering the Derwent River to Hobart.  This arrival coincides with the start of the Australian Wooden Boat Festival

The 2013 Tawe Nunnugah will start on 30th January and end on 8th of February.

To find out more, visit http://www.lbt.org.au/Tawe_Nunnugah.html

The Tawe Nunnugah ‘Raid’ has been organised bi-annually by the Living Boat Trust since 2005.  The Living Boat Trust (LBT) is an incorporated non-profit community association based in Franklin on the banks of the Huon River in southern Tasmania. It aims to maintain traditional boat building, repairing, rowing and sailing skills.

To find out more about the Living Boat trust, visit http://www.lbt.org.au