Sean Cadman Guided Day Walks, Ecotours, Tasmanian wildlife, bushwalking, Wilderness Lodge accommodation, Deloraine

Sean Cadman has been resident in Tasmania for 25 years and is passionate about the protection of Tasmania’s native forests and biodiversity. He has an in-depth understanding of the evolutionary history and ecological processes of Tasmania’s unique vegetation and wildlife. His is enthusiastic about sharing his knowledge with visitors and locals alike.

Sean has a science degree and a background in natural heritage and environmental assessment. He has worked for governments, the farming community and conservation organisations.

Alongside his work as a guide he currently co-ordinates campaigns to protect biodiversity and native forests across Australia for one of Australia’s leading conservation organisations.

He managed the Land for Wildlife Program in Tasmania for a while and as a consultant has worked on land care and catchment plans, world heritage submissions and forest assessment processes.

John Robin is a born teacher and enthusiast, with great skill in communicating the diversty and wonder of the natural world. He has an excellent understanding of the geology, ecology and botany of the local Tasmanian forests and is equally adept at interpreting the evolutionary history of Tasmania’s flora. As a long time local resident of Jackeys Marsh he knows the area well.

He has made a special study of the processes which threaten the local ecology and written extensively about the pollution of the genetic diversity of Tasmania’s unique plant species.

John has been a constant advocate for the protection and maintenance of Tasmania’s plant and animal species. His current ambition is to document the local environment through photographs and drawings.