Active in the Apple Isle

Active in the Apple Isle
September 2016
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Tasmania has some of the country’s most pristine wilderness areas with incredible wildlife, an impressive culinary scene and cool climate wines. There are outstanding boutique hotels and lodges and a handful of outstanding guided walks to suit all levels of fitness. Here are some of our favourites.

Bay of Fires Lodge Walk
Pristine beaches, bushland and coastal wilderness provide the backdrop to this well-paced and varied walking tour. Walking season October–May.

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Cradle Mountain Huts Walk
Six days discovering the rare beauty and extraordinary diversity of Tasmania’s World Heritage-listed Cradle Mountain Lake St Clair National Park. Walking season October–May.

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Wineglass Bay Sail Walk
Take in spectacular beaches, peninsulas and island trails in national parks along the east coast. Sleep on board a well-appointed luxury classic ketch. Season September–May.

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Pumphouse Point
Tasmania’s newest wilderness retreat is a converted hydroelectric station and shore residence on stunning Lake St Clair. There are 18 luxe guest suites with incredible walks on the doorstep. 

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Contact us, or your travel specialist, for more information

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