Tasman Peninsula Walking Experience

Jaw-dropping views, unforgettable walks and fascinating conversations
Rated 5.0 out of 5


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This is no ordinary hiking tour. To give you a deeper insight into this rare and remarkable landscape, we have specialist expert guides including an ecologist and geologist, keen to share their wisdom and passion with you. Learn about the striking dolerite columns on the…



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Tour Highlights
Aerial view of tasman island, showing the vertical column cliff faces against a grey sea and sky
Tasman Peninsula

Get the camera ready for this spectacular coastline! Sheer sea cliffs, dolerite columns, sea birds and 360 degree views – you might only visit, but this place will stay with you forever.

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Experience the passion of field experts

Connecting you with world class, yet local subject matter experts, this unexpected adventure is the perfect opportunity to appease your curiosity and love for nature, for an experience you will never forget.

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Pennicott Wilderness Tour

Get up close to seals as they bask on the rocks and watch for dolphins on this three-hour adventure cruise exploring waterfalls, rock formations and deep-sea caves.


Start your tour with a 9km hike to Mount Brown and Crescent Bay where you can feel the white sand between your toes or even enjoy a refreshing swim as we break for our gourmet packed lunch on the beach. We go to extreme lengths to source the highest quality local products to nourish you on your hikes. The track to the summit of Mount Brown is steep with the view from the top well worth the effort. Gazing out over the blue ocean in clear weather you’ll have spectacular views of Cape Raoul, Cape Pillar and Tasman Island.

We then hike the spectacular Cape Raoul with a geologist as she shares her in-depth knowledge of the dolerite cape. Expect jaw-dropping views, seabirds and another delicious gourmet packed lunch. The longer you sit back and enjoy the view, the greater your chance will be to see feeding albatross, dolphins and migratory whales. This patch of wildly changing water forms some of the most treacherous sections of the Sydney to Hobart yacht race.

On your third day, you hike to Cape Hauy, part of the world-famous Three Capes Walk, with an ecologist. Learn about the significance of the Tasmanian forests in relation to global ecological changes. This stunning walk will be etched into your memory forever. The cape juts out into the ocean with 360-degree views. Dolerite columns plunge into the sea. Keep an eye out for brave rock climbers, soaring eagles and even passing whales.

Once you've seen these globally significant cliffs from atop, its time to see the coastline from a different perspective, on a Pennicott Wilderness boat tour! Sit back and enjoy this unforgettable three-hour cruise as you travel beneath the high sea cliffs exploring waterfalls, archways, rock formations and deep-sea caves. Get up close to seals as they bask on the rocks, and watch for dolphins.

Stay in the heart of the Tasman Peninsula where you will have a private room and unwind in the relaxed shared spaces. At the end of the day, you return to your comfortable Stewarts Bay Lodge accommodation and enjoy top quality breakfasts and dinners at On The Bay Restaurant.

After getting your step count up with plenty of fresh air in your lungs, we end our tour with a guided wine tasting and meal at Bangor Vineyard Shed, Gold Medal winner at the 2022 Australian Tourism Awards.

What's also included on every TAT tour:
Modern and comfortable air-conditioned transport
Orientation tour of each and every location
Small group sizes
Utmost care and professional service
What’s also included this tour:
Lodge style accommodation for 3 nights
Professional geologist and ecologist to join the tour on respective days
3-Hour Tasman Peninsula Wilderness Boat Cruise
3 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 3 restaurant dinners and gourmet snacks
Guided wine tasting at Bangor Vineyard Shed
Farewell Lunch at Bangor Vineyard Shed
All National Park fees
Rated 5.0 out of 5

Three Capes, three days of walking among the forests and bush tracks to incredibly high sea cliffs and beautiful beaches. We had , a boat tour to experience the cliffs and the wildlife up close, a winery lunch, and excellent catering each day – our guide, George, was professional, flexible, fun and caring. We travelled with a group of friends and we could not recommend this trip more highly! We loved it!