We collect our guests from their Hobart CBD accommodation, transferring you to our city base where you’ll meet your guides and fellow guests, collect your packs and take part in a briefing of the four days of incredible adventure to come.
From there, you will be transferred to Maria Island, with three nights spent in both our exclusive wilderness camps and at heritage-listed Bernacchi House. Four days, filled with memories to last a lifetime.
The final morning starts with a walk around the northern tip of Maria Island, via a variety of spectacular woodlands and forests with rare endemic birds, wallabies and wombats. Later we continue on to the dramatic Fossil Cliffs.
Heading back to Darlington, there is a last celebratory lunch before boarding the boat back to mainland Tasmania, with time to reflect on the past days getting to know Maria. Hopefully, amongst new friends and incredible memories that will last a lifetime.
All rates are in Australian dollars and inclusive of GST. Accommodation is based on twin share.
We accommodate for single travellers, who may may be required to share accommodation with another single walker of the same gender.
For guests who prefer not to share a room, we can accommodate and offer a single occupancy rate.
After a day of walking, you will relax in comfortable accommodation. The first two nights are in exclusive bush camps, and the last night we stay in the historic, heritage-listed Bernacchi House in the settlement of Darlington. Our accommodation is exclusive to our guests, to thoroughly immerse you in the wilderness and history of Maria Island
Exclusive Bush Camps
This isn’t camping as you know it. Our wilderness camps are located only moments from stunning beaches, tucked away in the beautiful surrounding forest.
They have been designed to leave only a small environmental footprint with bush showers and clean composting toilets.
You’ll fall asleep in a comfortable bed in your own bush cabin to the sound of waves gently lapping nearby and wake to the sound of birds in the forest.
The Maria Island Walk acknowledges the Aboriginal Communities and Traditional Custodians of country throughout Tasmania and we recognise their continued connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to Elders past and present, as we seek to understand their history and learn from their knowledge.