Start the journey off at the Bay of Fires, one of Australia’s most startling natural wonders renowned for its magnificent outcrops of pink granite, orange lichen boulders, breathtaking white beaches and azure blue skies. This remote corner of Tasmania’s unfettered coastline is also teeming with wildlife making the walking here an absolute delight.

Next is a jewel amongst Tasmania’s National Parks – the Freycinet Peninsula and Wineglass Bay. The imposing granite peaks of the Hazards, beautiful pink granite craggy tors and white sandy beaches that dot the peninsula are among the many highlights of walking in this park.

Further south we’ll explore the Tasman Peninsula with its unusual but magnificent geological formations with names like the Tessellated Pavement, Eaglehawk Neck, Devil’s Kitchen, Tasman’s Arch and Waterfall Bay. The walks on the 3 Capes Track at Cape Hauy and Cape Raoul are rated amongst the best walks in Australia with one of a kind iconic views ever-present. The dark days of Australia’s convict history come to life at the Coal Mines Historic Site; a place of un-crowded ruins that offers a non-touristy perspective at Port Arthur.

Every last detail is taken care of so you can fully experience extraordinary Tasmania. At night, freshen up and settle in at your comfortable accommodation.  The a la carte two-course dinners and cooked breakfasts make indulgent bookends to each day. And with two outstanding guides, you can pace yourself with a choice of easier or more challenging walking options along the way.

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