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Stories

We invite you to read the latest stories from media, guests, guides and staff. Each journey is unique!

News   :   June 2022

TASMAN LONG WEEKEND

If you’re in need of a walking holiday but don’t want to be trapsing through the wilderness from dawn until dusk, our new Tasman Long Weekend is just the right blend of walking and relaxing. It’s a fine way to spend three memorable days with friends.

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News   :   May 2022

What's the next step for Cradle?

Standing at the summit of Cradle Mountain on January 4, 1910, Gustav Weindorfer examined the sublime landscape laid out before him. With his wife, Kate, by his side, the awe-struck botanist declared: “This must be a national park for the people for all time. It is magnificent, and people must …

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News   :   April 2022

Which walk is right for me?

Are you looking for a physical challenge, to get your legs burning and heart pumping? Or are you more interested in a stunning coastal cruise along Tasmania’s famous coastline – and maybe a restorative massage at our Bay of Fires Lodge Spa?

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Offers   :   March 2022

Special Interest Walks Program 2022

We're thrilled to present our 2022 Winter-Summer Special Interest Walks Program. Inspired by the seasons, we have partnered with other businesses and leaders to offer extraordinary creative, wellness and educational walks. We hope you’re inspired to try something new!

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News   :   March 2022

Bruny Island Time

"Are we on time?” one walker asks as our group returns along the hard-packed beach. “There is no time here,” replies guide Sam Barnett, “so, yes, we’re on time.” It seems a good motto for a trip languidly named the Bruny Island Long Weekend

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News   :   March 2022

Dine with Luke Burgess at the World's Wild Edge

It’s rare for a chef to walk 13 wild kilometres with your food on his back to reach the dining table. But that’s exactly the lengths Luke Burgess goes to when delivering this edge of the world experience.

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News   :   February 2022

Rising from the Ashes: exploring Tasmania, Australia’s underrated island state.

Rising from the Ashes by Rachel Lees is a story that featured in The Times about some of the best lesser-known travel experiences in Tasmania, like walking and playing beach cricket with David Boon.

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News   :   February 2022

Change of Pace - A Gourmet Traveller Feature Article

In this Gourmet Traveller article, on route to Restaurant at the Edge of the World, Fiona Donnelly finds herself falling in step with nature while trekking Tasmania’s wild Three Capes Lodge Walk.

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News   :   December 2021

Beach walking Bruny Island Style

Take a walk around beguiling Bruny. Forest bathing is a thing, and there’s nowhere better to indulge than Bruny Island. Australian Geographic, by Cathy Finch, December 20, 2021

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News   :   September 2021

Three Capes Lodge Wild Wellness Walk 2021

In need of a personal reset & reboot, I booked the Wild Wellness Walk. This trip delivered just that, plus a whole lot more. Life-changing for me. ​- Michelle

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News   :   June 2021

Hunters and Collectors

Gaiters on and linen bags at the ready, a group of amateur botanists wades through thigh-high moss on Tasmania’s Overland Track in search of seeds that might just save a species.

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