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*Conditions apply. Discount applies per person, not valid in conjunction with any other offer. Multi day walks must be booked through TasVacations. Tours must be booked prior to 31.01.20. Valid for travel until 30.04.20. All components are subject to availability. Strict booking and payment conditions apply. For further information contact the TasVacations team.
This luxury 3 day guided walk takes you by private boat from Hobart to Bruny Island. 8 guests are treated to coastal walks, produce direct from the source, luxury camping and exquisite meals. Brimming with activity, this weekend is delivered in a relaxed style that will leave you feeling restored in a way only Bruny can.
This four day walking experience takes you to the edge of the world – The Three Capes Lodge Walk is a fully-guided 46 kilometre walking experience along Tasmania’s dramatic Tasman Peninsula with the wild Southern Ocean as your constant. A boat ride, dolerite spires and 37,000 years of history all form part of the journey.
CRADLE MOUNTAIN - LAKE ST. CLAIR
The Cradle Mountain Huts six-day walk is a fabulous journey within Tasmania’s World Heritage Area. Following the famous Overland Track, the walk extends from Cradle Valley to Lake St. Clair. Glacial lakes, rainforests, craggy peaks and alpine meadows provide the backdrop. Each evening’s accommodation is in one of five private huts nestled away in this remarkable park.
BAY OF FIRES
Located in North-East Tasmania, the magnificent wilderness coastline known as the Bay of Fires provides a dramatic landscape, ecology and wildlife. Departing daily from October to May, the walk is a 4 day/3 night experience, led by well-informed guides, small groups of no more than 10 walkers can explore both the fascinating beach environment and the rich diversity of the nearby woodlands.
FREYCINET NATIONAL PARK
Explore some of Tasmania’s most iconic east coast regions by foot and by sea. On the 4-day itinerary, visit the Freycinet Peninsula and Maria Island. On the 6-day itinerary, you will also explore the Tasman Peninsula. You will travel by sailboat from one stunning Tasmanian walking destination to another.
Tasmania’s multi-award winning Maria Island Walk is recognised as one of Australia’s outstanding walking experiences. Set in a beautiful world heritage listed island national park this 4 day walk is a delightful blend of rare wildlife, convict heritage, elegant accommodation and candlelit gourmet dining. Explore this fascinating island; walking pristine beaches, magnificent forests, and epic mountain peaks.
CRADLE MOUNTAIN - LAKE ST. CLAIR
Launch yourself off waterfalls, abseil down cliffs and shoot through nature’s waterslides. Or take an easier option and float along seeing the world from the point of view of a platypus. Canyoning is the most exciting way to experience the World Heritage wilderness at Cradle Mountain.
FREYCINET NATIONAL PARK
The Freycinet Experience is the original guided walk on Tasmania’s East Coast, bringing guests on a four day journey through pink granite mountains, coastal forests and beaches, including the renowned Wineglass Bay. Welcomed each evening to the award-winning Friendly Beaches Lodge; guests enjoy stunning architecture, friendly genuine service and private rooms with comfortable beds.
MT WILLIAM/WUKALINA NATIONAL PARK
The wukalina Walk is owned and operated by palawa (Tasmanian Aboriginal) people. Its purpose is to immerse visitors in the places, practices and traditions of the world’s oldest surviving culture. The four day journey accommodates a maximum of ten guests and two guides, and departs from the Aboriginal Elders Centre in Launceston each Sunday from October to April.
A fully guided, pack free 4 day walking tour – 56 kms walking (approx). Explore the Bay of Fires, over four fantastic days of beach walking and sightseeing. Enjoy spectacular beaches, marvel at amazing rock colours and formations and take the opportunity to swim in the crystal-clear waters of the Tasmanian east coast. On this predominantly beach walk, you will enjoy spectacular coastline and comfortable farm-house style accommodation.
A fully guided, pack free 4 day walking tour – 31 kms walking (approx). This itinerary incorporates some of Tasmania’s most spectacular scenery. Enjoy towering clifftops, marvel at amazing rock formations and take a cruise around the spectacular Tasman Peninsula. During your time away you stay in the stunning purpose built 6 bedroom, 6 ensuite Three Capes and Tasman Lodge.
A fully guided, pack free 4 day walking tour – 37 kms walking (approx). Tasmania’s South West region and Mount Field National Park is coming into its own with the region appearing on ‘must do’ lists of avid hikers and recreational walkers alike. This spectacular region offers magnificent scenery of rugged peaks, wild rivers and unique flora and fauna. Explore Mount Field and areas of the South West Wilderness National Park over four sensational days of walking and sightseeing, all the while carrying your day pack only.
A fully guided, pack free 5 day walking tour – 49 kms walking (approx). Recognised as one of the world’s largest cool temperate rainforests, Tasmania’s Tarkine Wilderness is breathtaking. Visit one of the world’s most pristine forests, voted by Australian Traveller magazine as one of the Top 100 things to do before you die. The Tarkine is simply one of the most inspiring locations to visit.
A fully guided, pack free 4 day walking tour – 40 kms walking (approx). Cradle Mountain is one of Tasmania’s most desirable walking destinations and a stunning wilderness region. Enjoy four-days of guided walking in beautiful Cradle Mountain, walk parts of the iconic Overland Track, spot wombats grazing on the grassy plains and hike over mountainous terrain for magnificent views. This is one of Australia’s most iconic areas and a truly inspiring location to visit.
A fully guided, pack free 4 day walking tour – 45 kms walking (approx). Located just an hour south of Hobart, Bruny Island is renowned for its beautiful natural scenery, diverse wildlife, fresh local produce and stunning hiking opportunities. Bruny Island is a birdwatcher’s paradise. It is home to the largest population of endangered forty-spotted pardalotes in the world and other winged wonders such as the swift parrot, short-tailed shearwater and penguins call this idyllic island home. The landscape is spectacular with towering sea cliffs, cosy bluffs and beautiful beaches.