Bookings are now open for the Tasmania coastal bushwalking experience, the Three Capes Track. Open from 28 December 2015, the four-day track links Denman’s Cove, opposite the World Heritage-listed Port Arthur Historic Site, to Cape Hauy.
You, a pack, and 46 kilometres of cliff-hugging wildness in Australia’s far south-east. The next stop is Antarctica. Tasmania’s Three Capes Track is not about getting from point A to point B. It’s about the journey. Few places on Earth remain that feel so remote, so raw, so removed from the ordinary. Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service’s ambitious track is an artwork rivalled only by the landscape. Online bookings open September 17, 2015. World Heritage-listed Port Arthur Historic Site is your start and end point. A purpose-built Pennicott Wilderness Journeys’ boat delivers you to the track start. Any migratory whales, dolphins or fur seals are complimentary.
Pack light; the overnight stops are equipped with gas cooktops, comfy mattresses and generous dining tables where new friendships may forge. They say walking can be transformative and this is Tasmania’s natural pathway. Four days and three nights on a track so meticulously crafted you’re free to enjoy your experience rather than watching every step. Look up, look out, look within. Walk side by side up mosaic stone steps and let nature’s drama unfold. Here, your senses will be refreshed and your heart will skip a beat (regularly). Stand on nature’s edge. Hear the silence and be overcome with awe. Move through shadows of tall eucalypt forest and colourful coastal heath. The Tasman Sea is your constant.