Overview

Swaying palm trees, breathtaking coastal scenery, a crystal-clear lagoon and the southern-most coral reef in the world, all bless this World Heritage Site.

The island’s isolation in the Pacific Ocean makes it home to 64 species of unique rainforest plants, teeming seabird colonies and one of the rarest birds in the world. Yet it remains only a couple of hours flight from either Sydney or Brisbane.

Travel on this island is done primarily by foot on an excellent network of walking trails that criss-cross the island’s volcanic landscape. The spectacular Lidgbird and Gower Mountains project above the surface of the ocean and lead to stunning views from every vantage point.

To maintain such an unspoilt paradise, the number of tourists to the island are restricted. Care and consideration from all visitors is vital to the preservation of this unique environment. We stay and dine at the amazing Arajilla Retreat ensuring that you’ll be wowed on and off the track.

Trip Length

Days

From

$

per person twin/double share

Single Supplement

$1190

per person

Grade

Moderate

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

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

Cape to Cape

Fraser Island

Mornington Peninsula

Great Ocean Walk

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.