THE tents came down at Carrick's Quercus Park and 1700 Guides are heading home after a week of fun and adventure.
Visiting Tasmania as part of the fanTAStic triennial Girl Guides Australia international jamboree, the participants spent the week in activities ranging from rock climbing to a flash mob performance in Launceston's Brisbane Street Mall.
Guides leader in charge Julie Miller, of Trevallyn, said her favourite aspect of the event was that everything had gone smoothly.
``There's been no disasters, no major incidents or bad accidents,'' Ms Miller said.
``The kids had fun, they're happy and staff are happy, so I'm happy.''
She said that despite the bushfires in the South of the state forcing the cancellation of trips to Port Arthur and Freycinet, and overnight camping bushwalks replaced with day walks, there had been no issues.
The jamboree was the first in the state for 20 years and of the $1.5 million event cost, about 90 per cent has stayed in the state.
Ms Miller said many of the Guides had arrived early with family to travel around the state or would do that now, further boosting the economy.
Teale Meredith and Katie Blake, both 13, of Humpty Doo in the Northern Territory, said they had enjoyed their time at the jamboree.
Their only complaint - Tasmania was too cold.