Gourmet summer walks in Tasmania
Tasmania is an island of truly remarkable contrasts. From remote mountain scenery in the Cradle Mountain Lake St Clair National park, to the picturesque coastal views on the east coast, complete with pristine white beaches and turquoise clear waters… Tasmania has it all. If you’re after a trip that combines creature comforts, gourmet food, and iconic journey style walks, check out our gourmet summer walks in Tasmania.
Do you like your wilderness experiences to include a bit of fine dining and comfortable accommodation? The Bay of Fires lodge walk is just that – 4 days exploring deserted beaches, coves and sand dunes as well as the rich diversity of the nearby woodland – with each night spent in comfort at the exclusive accommodation in the Forester Beach camp and the luxurious Bay of Fires Lodge. With a menu that includes fresh Tasmanian fish, meat, cheese, vegetables, fruits and Tasmanian wine and beer… it’s the perfect 4-day getaway.Find out more
Hands up who thinks a 6 day trek along the Overland Track can be improved with a glass of wine and a comfy bed?
The Cradle Huts Overland Track has exclusive cabin accommodation, chef prepared meals and wine nightly, with luggage transfers between each cabin, which means you only walk with a light daypack!
Not a bad way to experience Tasmania’s most iconic trek 😉 Find out more
Experience blissful immersion in nature combining coastal and mountain walking- carrying no more than a light day-pack, return each evening to the secluded Friendly Beaches Lodge to enjoy splendid meals, local wine and a comfortable bed. The inspiring four-day journey along the Freycinet Peninsula on Tasmania’s east coast combines exciting coastal and mountain walking, taking you along deserted beaches, up pink granite monoliths and through the heart of the rich native heath lands of the Freycinet National park, including the iconic Wineglass Bay. Travel from the southern tip to the north of the Freycinet Peninsula in a continuous journey and the best part is that because this bushwalk is lodge based, you don’t have to carry a heavy back pack. No one except your fellow walkers and the four staff will be at the lodge with you – making it a special place to truly unwind. Find out more
The Maria Island Walk is one of the Great Walks of Tasmania, and an absolutely unforgettable walking experience. Home to spectacular ruins, rugged cliffs and mountains, sweeping bays and abundant wildlife- it is the perfect destination for a gourmet walking holiday. Spend four days exploring the magnificence of Maria Island, staying in exclusive wilderness camps and enjoying candlelit gourmet dinners at night under the stars.
Keen? Join the Maria Island walk – complete with candlelit gourmet dining and wilderness campsites to boot! Find out more
Gourmet food, camping and walking on Bruny Island? Don’t mind if we do!
The Bruny Island Long Weekend is a luxury three-day walk that takes you from Tasmania’s capital via private boat to Bruny Island, home to some of Tasmania’s most preserved landscapes. Foodie highlights include a visit to a local oyster farmer, who’ll shuck you an oyster as pristine waters swirl about your ankles. Then, drop in on a neighbour’s farm, Ross O’Meara from Gourmet Farmer fame, to collect free-range pork that has been slow cooking in their smoker overnight. Meals aside, stay in luxury tented campsites and experience the best of Bruny Island by foot. This is a highlight packed long weekend like no other. Find out more