Immerse in Nature with these Multi-day Escapes

Challenge yourself to a multi-day walk, chopper into a private bush camp and immerse yourself in Tasmania’s pristine environment with these top nature escapes.

Bay of Fires Lodge Walk

Explore some of Australia’s most untouched environment with the four-day Bay of Fire Lodge Walk. Cross sandy beaches, discover secluded coves and enjoy exclusive use of Forester Beach Camp and the award winning Bay of Fires Lodge along the way.

The Bruny Island Long Weekend

For the ultimate getaway, take the Bruny Island Long Weekend where days in nature are capped off with nights by the fire, sharing mouth-watering meals and sleeping on king sized beds with crisp sheets, surrounded by Eucalypts and local wildlife.

Three Capes Track

Take your time hiking the 46 kilometre-long, cliff-hugging Three Capes Track in Tasmania’s far south-east – best completed over four days. Watch for whales, dolphins and fur seals on the way, stay the night at well-equipped cabins en route, and finish with a Pennicott Wilderness Journeys’ boat trip.

Cradle Mountain Huts

Discover the beauty of Tasmainia’s World Heritage Listed Cradle Mountain over six days with the Cradle Mountain Huts Walk – the only way to walk the Overland Track staying at private hut accommodation.

Wukalina Walk

Aboriginal owned and operated, the three day four night wukalina walk will guide you through the state’s northeast. Along the way, you’ll gain an insight into the culture of the palawa (Tasmanian Aboriginals) and immerse in the natural, rugged beauty of the land.

Par Avion Camp

Chopper in for a three day, two night luxury camping experience on the shores of Bathurst Harbour, in the remote Southwest National Park. There are no walking tracks in, let alone roads, so you can really soak up the tranquility.

Blue Derby Mountain Bike Trails

Spend three days cruising the Blue Derby Mountain Bike Trails as you’re guided to through the temperate rainforest of northeast Tasmaina. Enjoy some of the state’s finest fare and sleep in your own private pod accommodation.

Image Credits: Tourism Tasmania, Alice Hansen, Mark Chew, Pierre Destribats & Flow Mountain Bike