We came down to walk the Cradle Mountain walk, but the day we arrived, a fire caused our trip to be cancelled!
Luckily, there were two spots on the Bay of Fires walk and we jumped at it. It was an amazing experience, having done NO research on the area, and never having heard of it before, we were blown away. It was wonderful walking through the forests to the white pristine sands of the beaches, looking out over the blue sea breaking round the red lichen covered smooth boulders of the shore. We went skinny dipping a number of times, and we felt so free, so lost in a wilderness and so peaceful. On top of all that, the opportunity to kayak down a river to the sea, gave us an ideal way to see the forests, and even a sea eagle. The Bay of Fires lodge defies description, as it yawns out from its high perch, overlooking beaches and forests. The food was amazing, the company awesome and the information and camaraderie provided by our guides just could not have been better. We were sad that we missed out on the Overland Track, but we decided to book immediately for April to do that walk. But that's another tale ....
Bay of Fires : January 2009
My son and i took part in the Bay of Fires walk on the 19th of jan 2009.We were at first hesitant as my son who is 23 has a vision impairment which requires him to mobilise with assistance of ... Continue
Cradle Mountain : December 2008
This is a copy of email sent to our guides following our most enjoyable Overland track experience. The Company should be very proud of these young people,and treasure their skills and competence.In addition,we were thoroughly pleased with the whole operation,from ... Continue
Cradle Mountain : October 2007
Our team of guides, ably lead by Katie were an absolute pleasure to be with for the 6 days. They restored your faith in the ability of our young people to go out and do their very best. Katie supplied ... Continue
Cradle Mountain : December 2007
I just wanted to write and tell you that we had a great walk. Indeed I count it as one of the best experiences of my life. I won't go on about this, but feel that it is a magical ... Continue