Experience iconic Tasmanian scenery from the magical and remote Three Capes Track over four incredible days of hiking. During this 4-day-3-night walk, you'll cover 33 kilometres of clifftop wilderness, witness an array of native wildlife at home among eucalypt forests, dense rainforests and coastal heathland and admire the incredible colours of coastal Tasmania from the decks of a private wilderness cruise.
This moderately challenging walk leads through diverse natural landscapes with exhilarating clifftop outlooks on Cape Pillar, Cape Hauy and breathtaking views to Cape Raoul, Tasman Island and further south to Shipstern Bluff and Bruny Island. Your hike will take you past the enormous dunes and crystal clear waters of Crescent Bay, to the summit of Mount Brown, Arthurs Peak and Mount Fortescue. Throughout the trek, you will experience some challenging uphill and downhill sections and traverse some rocky terrain. You will also visit the World Heritage-listed Port Arthur Historic Site, Australia's most intact and evocative convict site, an essential heritage experience offering amazing insights into our nation’s past. The walk culminates in a 3-hour award winning Wilderness Cruise providing an alternative perspective on the striking coastal scenery and wildlife.
Accommodation is included each night at Stewarts Bay Lodge, a 9 hectare (22 acres) property on the shores of Stewarts Bay. The Lodge is surrounded by white-sand beaches, crystal clear ocean waters and beautiful woodlands and takes advantage of spectacular views.
All meals are included for the duration of the walk as well as transfers to and from Hobart. Small groups of ten walkers or less are hosted by two expert guides. All staff are highly experienced and knowledgeable.
The Three Capes Track & Tasman Peninsula Walk & Cruise is the ultimate discovery of a remote and enigmatic part of Australia. You'll return invigorated and inspired with memories that will last a lifetime.