The Bay of Fires Lodge Spa is inspired by the revival of indigenous healing practices that has its’ roots in the Australian Aboriginal Dreaming and harnesses the restorative, clarifying and invigorating properties of Australia’s native botanicals through the use of skincare creator LI’TYA.

LI’TYA is a unique range of natural spa care treatments that integrate the precious qualities of the Australian earth and spirit and combines the profound wisdom of ancient Aboriginal medicines, spirituality and healing modalities.

The combination of the pristine environment, a sensitive and sustainable spa space and the healing hands of our spa specialists, Bay of Fires Lodge Spa is a perfect destination to rest and relax after walking to the Lodge. This is an opportunity to experience and embrace the simplicity of nature and the sense of wellbeing that follows.



Spa Reservations

As the Spa is very popular, we advise that you make your bookings well in advance to avoid disappointment. Our Spa Consultant will help you select treatments according to your personal needs & advise you of available appointment times suitable to your walking itinerary.

To make an enquiry or booking contact us:  E: spa@taswalkingco.com.au 



General information

Spa Arrival

Please arrive 15 minutes before your treatment is scheduled. This gives you time to unwind, enjoy a Yulu tea and sit back and take in the view. If you arrive late for your treatment, we may have to reduce your treatment time. 

Medical Conditions

When making your reservation, please advise us of any health conditions, allergies or injuries that might affect your spa experience. 


It is advisable to avoid spa treatments during your first trimester. Some treatments are appropriate in later stages. Our Spa Consultant will advise you. 

Spa Etiquette

The Lodge Spa is a place of rest, relaxation and rejuvenation. The Spa is a mobile phone and smoke free area. 

Age Requirement

The minimum age for spa guests is 16 years. 

Cancellation Policy

A 100% charge will apply for any treatments cancelled with less than 72 hours notice. The same applies for no-shows.