If squeaky white-sand beaches and wild coastline appeal to you, the Bay of Fires on the East Coast of Tasmania is a spectacular reason to lace up.
Your four-day walking adventure begins at Boulder Point in Mt William National Park where you’ll journey with an experience guide to semi-permanent tents in the dunes. At this Forester Beach Camp there is no roughing it, take an ocean dip and return for pinots poured and your meal underway.
Day two is all about secluded coves, hearing tales of early inhabitants and making your way to the Bay of Fires Lodge. This is home for the next two nights – where foot spas and library time come standard and signature experiences in the outdoor bath will tempt you. Day three, grab a kayak paddle and glide down the Ansons River or relax into some ‘lodge time’ with a treatment at the onsite day spa.
Then take it easy on the final day, enjoy a brekkie out on deck followed by a one hour walk to your forest lunch location. It’s then onward to the walker base to celebrate your shared four days.