Discover the extraordinary
Browse our video library below to find out more about our exciting walks and what you can expect. First of all, see what Getaway had to say when they recently joined our Bruny Island Long Weekend.
Wineglass Bay Sail Walk
This amazing walk, the only one of its kind in Tasmania, takes in the spectacular beaches, peninsulas and island trails found in national parks along the east coast. Share with us the wonders of Maria Island, Freycinet Peninsula, Schouten Island and the Tasman Peninsula. This walk is supported by the spectacular Lady Eugenie, a 23-metre (75-ft) luxury classic ketch. Superb 3-course dinners are served either aboard Lady Eugenie or in the relaxed surrounds of a barefoot beach dinner under the stars.
Bay of Fires Lodge Walk
Over the course of four days, immerse yourself in one of the most pristine environments that Tasmania has to offer. Walk the soft sandy beaches, explore secluded coves, kayak the Ansons River and enjoy the uncomplicated luxury of our accommodation at the Forester Beach camp and award-winning Bay of Fires Lodge.
Cradle Mountain Huts Walk
Discover the rare beauty and extraordinary diversity of Tasmania’s World Heritage-listed Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park. Over 6 days, walk the iconic Overland Track following in our guides' highly experienced footsteps.
In the evening, unwind and relax in the comfort of the only private accommodation along the trail. Enjoy a hot shower, sumptuous meals, freshly baked bread, a glass or two of Tasmanian wine and a comfortable bed.
Three Capes Lodge Adventure Walk
Introducing the Three Capes Adventure Walk.
Be whisked away from Hobart to the serenity of the Tasman Peninsula. Explore Cape Raoul by foot, before being dropped off at Standup Point Camp for a well-deserved rest. On day two, hike up Mount Brown, embark on a private cruise and finish with a walk to Crescent Lodge. On day three, climb up Mount Fortescue through a striking rainforest before arriving at Fortescue Bay in the late afternoon. Finish back in Hobart with a glass of sparkling to celebrate three days of stunning views and walks.
Now that you've got a taste of our walks, be sure to check out the following videos for a glimpse of the local residents, wonderful food and magnificent views.
Baby wombat on the Overland Track
This very cute little baby wombat is just finding his feet on the Overland Track
Dinner at Kia Ora Hut
Dinner on the Overland Track with Cradle Mountain Huts. Thanks Matty Eaton for sending this through.
Cradle Mountain Huts Walk getting ready for the season
Some of our fantastic team have been busy setting up our huts along the Overland Track. We are all ready for our first departure on 01 October.
Cradle Mountain Huts Overland Track Walk on Getaway 2012
Livinia Nixon enjoys nothing more than a holiday that presents beautiful scenery and some challenges as well.
She didn't have to travel far to fulfil both wishes. A flight to Launceston and heading two-and-a-half hours west to the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park and it was all there.
She joined a Cradle Mountain Huts Walk. The entire Overland Track is 65 kilometres long and is done over six days. It winds through spectacular terrain, ranging from sheer mountains, temperate rainforest, wild rivers and alpine plains, all in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.
It has a well-deserved national and international reputation as one of the great wilderness bushwalks.
Bay of Fires Lodge Walk on Getaway 2012
The luxurious Bay of Fires on Tasmania's East Coast
For Livinia there is nothing better than finding a near-perfect beach and having it all to herself. She found that at The Bay of Fires on Tasmania's east coast.
Lying at the edge of Mt William National Park, it's a landscape of soft sandy beaches, secluded coves, crystal clear water and lichen-covered boulders. There's a wide range of activities including camping, boating, fishing, swimming, walking along tracks or just watching the many species of birds.
Off the grid - Bay of Fires Lodge Walk
A recent review on CNN about our Bay of Fires Lodge Walk