Escape The Crowds And Get Back to Nature
Picturesque Walks of Australia
Whether you're new to walking holidays, or a seasoned pro, we have sampled some of Australia's most beautiful walks, and this week will be sharing some of our favourites with you. We can't wait to get back into nature, be surrounded by coastal views, and meet some of Australia's fascinating wildlife. Now's the time to start planning your wilderness experience. 
Read on as Kelli guides you around Maria Island, Chelsea shares her experience of the Three Capes walk, and then enjoy a virtual experience of the Bay of Fires. 
Maria Island
Set on a beautiful island national park off Tasmania’s east coast, small groups explore the pristine beaches, tall ancient forests and world heritage sites by day, and then each night relax with candlelit dining and elegant accommodation. Maria Island is also home to rare animals and birds; some of which are found nowhere else. It's also one of the best places on earth to see wombats in the wild. 
Recently Kelli experienced the 4 day walk for herself, click below to learn more. 
Three Capes Walk
What a cute little fellow! Chelsea captured this moment on her Three Capes walk. Rugged wilderness, unique wildlife and eco friendly accomodation sound like you?
With nothing between the Three Capes Track and Antarctica, you feel as though you are at the edge of the world. The Southernmost points of both the African and South American continents are equally as breathtaking but the Three Capes Walk boasts a range of truly ‘Aussie’ rugged terrain and feels like nowhere else on earth.
Bay Of Fires
Ready for a visual? Visit Tasmania's Bay of Fires with Matthew Evans & Zane Denmen. Sit back and enjoy as they visit the stunning lodge, shuck the freshest oysters and kayak the bay.
Excited to plan your escape into nature? Contact us today for more information. 

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