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Camping Tours Summary

Starts and finishes in Launceston. Combine our two most popular trips at a great price. See the best of the West for 5 days before taking a break for 2 nights to explore Hobart at your own pace before resuming for 4 great days up the East Coast. Please note no meals or accommodation are included for the Hobart stay –
Backpacker accommodation can be purchased as an extra when booking.

The ideal tour to experience Tasmania's wild and remote west coast. We aim to stay away from the crowds, from camping in the bush to sleeping beside the ocean under the stars. Enjoy bush walks through Cradle Mountain, the Tarkine and Lake St Clair. Cross the west coast's Pieman River at Corinna, a remote settlement and camp beside the Southern Ocean. Marvel at Tasmania's tallest waterfall, Montezuma Falls and drive through Franklin- Gordon Wild Rivers National Park. Visit some of Australia's tallest trees in the Styx Valley...

In four adventurous days on the East coast we visit the Tasman Peninsula and its giant sea cliffs, Freycinet Peninsula where we'll climb up through the Hazards to view magical Wineglass Bay, we will walk through the spectacular Blue Tier mountains and forests, famous for its giant ferns and eucalypts, before ending up to the north east coast with arguably some of the world's best beaches at Bay of Fires. If you really want to experience the amazing variety of Tassie's mild side we recommend this 4-Day tour exploring Tasmania's scenic, sunny east coast and hinterland. Stay away from the crowds, enjoy a hike and relax with a camp fire dinner under the stars.... Each day we participate in bush walks from 1-5 hours and travel by small buses.

Each night we experience bush camping and delicious meals with campfire cooking. When we camp we use tents or you can sleep under the stars and we supply cosy swags. We see and appreciate Tasmania's unique wildlife in the wild.

Cradle Mountain

Itinerary and Tour Description

Day 1: Cradle Mountain

Depart Launceston at 7.30am — pick-ups from your accommodation. Head to Cradle Mountain for a hike up to Marion's Lookout or Hanson's Peak (4+ hour walk) Great bush camp in a historic mining village.

(Lunch and dinner provided)

Day 2: Tarkine Rainforest

Walk in The Tarkine (4+ hour walk), Australia's largest temperate rainforest. Cross the Pieman River at Corinna, a remote settlement on the west coast. Off-road driving to our coastal bush camp next to the Great Southern Ocean.

(Breakfast, lunch and dinner provided)

Day 3: West Coast Walks

Drive to Zeehan, an old mining town, and bush walk at Montezuma Falls, Tasmania's tallest waterfall (3+ hour walk) or Walk Mt Agnew above Trial Harbour for amazing coastal views. Drive to Strahan to pick up some supplies before we head to our bush camp at Macquarie Heads. If conditions are suitable, you can try a spot of fishing and catch your dinner!

(Breakfast, lunch and dinner provided)

Day 4: Franklin River - Lake St Clair

Drive through the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park: visit Nelson Falls, survey the Wilderness World Heritage Area from Donaghy's Lookout and stop off at the Franklin River. Walk at Lake St Clair and search for Platypus (3+ hour walk) followed by a great bush camp at Highland Lakes. As part of our partnership with the Green Guardians Project, on this day we will collect some rubbish from some of the stops (to be properly disposed of later).

(Breakfast and lunch provided)

Day 5: Mt Field National Park

Enjoy a hike to Lady Barron Falls, Russell Falls and Horseshoe Falls (3 hour walk) then head to The Styx Valley, home to some of Australia's tallest trees, or roam in the highlands around Lake Dobson. Arrive in Hobart at around 6pm. We will drop you off to your accommodation in Hobart.

(Breakfast and lunch provided)

Day 6: Free Day to explore Hobart

Day 7: Tasman Peninsula

Depart Hobart at 7.30am — pick-ups from your accommodation. Amazing bush walk/hike on the Tasmanian Peninsula (5+ hour walk) with a great bush camp on the East Coast.

(Lunch and dinner provided)

Day 8: Freycinet National Park

Head off to Freycinet National Park to Hike up Mt Amos for outstanding views of magical Wineglass Bay (3+ hour walk). Explore remote East Coast beaches and take a dip in stunning waterholes Bush camp on the East Coast.

(Breakfast, lunch and dinner provided)

Day 9: Bay of Fires

Travel north via blowholes, dazzling turquoise waves and Douglas Apsley NP for rock hopping and waterholes. Opportunity to visit a wildlife park and a Tasmanian devil sanctuary, followed by the Bay of Fires' idyllic coastline with an afternoon hike high on The Blue Tier (2+ hour walk) and ending with a great bush camp in a North East Forest.

(Breakfast, lunch and dinner provided)

Day 10: Blue Tier Forests

Early morning bush walk in The Blue Tier amongst beautiful temperate rainforest (2+ hour walk). Visit waterfalls, mountain tops, or simply soak up more amazing Tassie beaches. Arrive in Launceston at around 6pm. We will drop you off at your accommodation.

(Breakfast and lunch provided)

All inclusive small group guided 10 day active camping and walking tour. Tour inclusions: all meals from Lunch Day 1 to Lunch day 5 and Lunch day 7 to Lunch day 10 (all meals and accommodation for free day in Hobart is at your own expense); transport, parks passes; camping and cooking equipment. Click here to review our booking Terms and Conditions.

Camping Holiday

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For further information about National Parks in Tasmania, click here to visit the Parks & Wildlife Service Tasmania website.

We hope you will enjoy your experience in Tasmania and that its wilderness will work its magic upon you.

Phone: 1300 882 293 or Email: infoTasmanian Wilderness