Overview

Immerse yourself in the splendid isolation of Tasmania on the Bay of Fires walk,  famous for crystal-clear waters, sugar white beaches and orange lichen-covered granite boulders.

Explore the 38-km long Freycinet Promontory, a wild pristine coastline with beautiful beaches, clear blue seas and ancient forests scattered with rare wildflowers. Take a boat trip to a secluded beach away from the crowds to climb Mount Freycinet where you’ll witness unobscured, unprecedented views back across the peninsula and over Wineglass Bay. Overlook Wineglass Bay and its perfect arc of blond sand and ice-blue water.

This is a world class, fully-inclusive experience where you will be supported all the way. Each day you’ll have the luxury of a hot shower, chef prepared breakfast and dinner except one night where the guides cook up a feast, plus a good night’s sleep in comfortable accommodation, to rise refreshed and primed for each walk. Two experienced guides provide the flexibility to walk at a pace that suits you.

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per person twin/double share

Grade

Easy to Moderate

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Unfortunately, this destination is not currently available as a Bay of Fires Self-Guided walk.

If you’re interested in walking this way, here are some alternative destinations for you to consider:

Fraser Island

Great Ocean Walk

Yuraygir Coastal

Cape to Cape

See all of our walking holidays walks here.

Many of our walks can also be customised to suit individual preferences.

Contact us here or call +61 3 9597 9767 to talk to us about the options available.