Tasmania has some of the most beautiful and interesting walks in the world, with its rugged, unspoilt landscapes, convict and aboriginal heritage and mouth-watering local food and wines! Be prepared to be awe-struck by the coastal beauty of the Bay of Fires Lodge Walk, the agricultural and convict-era stories on the Maria Island Walk, the challenges of the Cradle Mountain Huts Walk and the postcard-perfect Freycinet Experience Walk. These are all part of the Great Walks of Australia suite of gourmet treks in amazing locations.

“Glamp” in beach tents, mountain huts or eco lodges which are only accessible by foot, 4WD or helicopter. In small groups, often of only 8 people, you will be guided by energetic and knowledgeable locals who will not only enthral you with their knowledge of flora, fauna and history, but also dive for abalone off the rocks, then throw it on the barbecue with some lemon juice, salt and pepper for an unforgettable pre-dinner treat!

The walks range from beginner level to more experienced hiker, but in each case, you will find a way to truly connect with nature, engage in scintillating conversation, devour amazing food and discover your inner peace. It’s the perfect medicine to sweep those city cobwebs away. For ideas on where to stay before and after your trek, click here.

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Maria Island - Day 4 - Darlington view

The Maria Island Walk, Tasmania. Member of the Great Walks of Australia.