Natural Focus Safaris

Bay of Fires Lodge Walk – 4 Days

Overview – Bay of Fires Lodge Walk

Wander through some of Tasmania’s most pristine and inspiring environments on the Bay of Fires Lodge Walk, led by passionate, knowledgeable guides. The small size of your travelling group ensures that you experience the remarkable isolation of the island’s rugged and remote east coast. Your base on the first night is the secluded Forester Beach Camp, which features a handful of ensuite eco-tents, elevated timber decks and a natural rock-ringed harbour where you can swim or snorkel in sheltered waters. The second two are spent at the breathtaking Bay of Fires Lodge, another environmentally sensitive construct with a library, a sundeck and an open fire, around which delectable meals are enjoyed accompanied by fine Tassie wines.

The Bay of Fires Lodge Walk lets you experience Tasmania’s rare beauty at close range and can be easily incorporated into your travel itinerary.

We can design this trip to suit your specific requirements
Any aspect of the itinerary can be customised, from excursions to accommodation

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Bay of Fires Lodge Walk
Bay of Fires Lodge Walk
Bay of Fires Lodge Walk

Bay of Fires Lodge Walk Sample Itinerary

Add-On Accommodation Options

Small Group Tour
4 Days/3 Nights
Departs ex Launceston

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Bay of Fires Lodge Walk
  • A small group journey through some of Tasmania’s most breathtaking environments
  • Pleasant walks through a diverse range of landscapes
  • Passionate and knowledgeable guides
  • One night at a secluded coastal eco-camp
  • Two nights at the impressive Bay of Fires Lodge
  • Shorebirds and native species such as wallabies and wombats
  • Sandy beaches and sparkling waters
  • Free time for fishing, swimming and snorkelling
  • Relaxing spa treatments available
  • Delectable cuisine and a stop at a local vineyard

Getting There

The Bay of Fires Lodge Walk adventure commences in Launceston, a charming riverside city in northern Tasmania. If coming from Hobart, Launceston is approximately 2.5 hours by road. If  arriving by ferry at Devonport, Launceston is just 1.5 hours’ drive.

Combine With

Tasmania’s capital, Hobart, is well worth a few days’ stay – if only to visit nearby Port Arthur, a well-preserved historic penal settlement where you’ll gain real insight into the island’s fascinating past. There’s also the fabulous Freycinet Peninsula two hours by road north-east of the city where you’ll find prolific native wildlife, spectacular scenery and one of the country’s best boutique hotels – Saffire Freycinet.

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