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An Exclusive Invitation for Tasmanians. 

Just don’t tell the mainlanders! We’re back on track with our walks starting from Friday July 17 2020, so right now is the perfect time to break out of the everyday and get back to the heart of nature in Tasmania’s wilderness.  For a very limited time, we’re offering an incredible deal for Tasmanians only. Book your Three Capes Lodge Walk with friends and receive:

25% off per person; or

50% off per person when you book a full group.

Please quote “Tassie Locals Offer” at time of booking to redeem this special offer.  Direct bookings only (phone or email).  For all enquiries and bookings please

  • Email: bookings@taswalking.com.au 
  • Phone 6392 2211

This special offer is subject to availability and Terms and Conditions.  For further information please visit: https://www.taswalkingco.com.au/locals/

About the Experience Your invitation into extraordinary surrounds 

Ready to walk the world’s edge? Journey along some of the world’s highest sea cliffs with The Three Capes Lodge Walk, the only fully guided Three Capes Track experience with accommodation inside the National Park.  The experience begins with salty wind in your hair – a boat cruise across to Denman’s Cove. It’s then onward to Crescent Bay Lodge, sitting loftily with views across to Cape Raoul. Day two includes summiting Arthurs Peak (keep an eye out for sea eagles), making our way to Cape Pillar Lodge, home for the next two nights.  Perhaps a massage or relaxing bath while dinner is being prepared? Your pick for day three – an adventure through silver gum forest out to Cape Pillar and the infamous Blade or lazing the day away at the lodge. 

We must say, the views out to Tasman Island from the Blade are something else. Those with plenty of kilometres left in the legs can take a side trip on the final day out to Cape Hauy while others can choose a direct route to Fortescue Bay. From here, we’ll take you back to Hobart where we’ll raise a glass to our four days well spent!

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