Wild Tasmania – Land, Air & Sea
Pristine wilderness. Breathtaking views. Freshly caught seafood.
Wild Tasmania is a journey off the beaten track. An expedition to the lesser explored regions of our small island. An Unexpected Adventure for those who want to immerse themselves in untamed wilderness. It’s an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding into the culture and community of the palawa people….
Tasmanian Wild Seafood Adventure
A day of indulgence as you cruise on a catamaran enjoying seafood plucked straight from the ocean with Tasmanian sparkling and wine.
Southwest national park
Fly to the most remote region of Tasmania and explore the magic of Bathurst Harbour and Celery Top Islands from a secluded Wilderness Camp.
Experience lutruwita/Tasmania with palawa guides. Meet elders, try bush tucka and hear the traditional stories of land and sea in an enriching four-day walk.
Feast on seafood plucked straight from the ocean with matching Tasmanian sparkling and wine on the delicious Deep to Dish Tasmanian Wild Seafood Adventure. Soak in the scenery as you cruise on a catamaran eating a variety of fresh seafood, from abalone to periwinkles and sea urchin.
Enjoy two nights at the waterfront Kermandie Hotel in the picturesque Huon Valley. Cooked breakfasts are included.
Walk under some of the tallest flowering trees on the planet with a world-renowned ecologist who will share his insights into these majestic giants.
Head underground at Hastings Caves into a dramatic dolorite cave, one of only two of its kind in Australia.
Sit back and take in the scenery on a flight to Bathurst Harbour in the remote Southwest National Park. This World Heritage Listed wilderness is like nowhere else. Glide along the mirror-reflection waterways, hike Mt Beattie for spectacular views, explore Celery Top Islands or have a picnic on a tree-lined beach. This is a photographer’s paradise!
Stay in the secluded Southwest Wilderness Camp for two nights. Enjoy the serenity in this hidden away wilderness camp on the shores of Bathurst Harbour. Delicious homecooked meals made from local produce are included.
Marvel at the view as you fly from the southwest to the northeast coast of Tasmania.
Arrive at the start of the award-winning wukalina Walk and settle into your beautiful architecturally designed domed huts at the krakani lumi camp.
Meet elders and take part in a smoking ceremony.
Spend three days exploring country with palawa guides. Hear stories of the land and sea as you walk along the stunning coastline of larapuna/Bay of Fires. Try cultural activities such as shell stringing, weaving and making clapsticks. Enjoy traditional food including wallaby, mutton bird and doughboys. This is a rare and intimate experience with the traditional owners of Tasmania.
Spend the last night of the walk in a beautifully restored lightkeepers cottage. Keep an eye out for wombats grazing on the grass and wallabies hopping by.