The Maria Island Guided Walk

Extended

There are two ways that you can access Maria Island; by ferry or by a spectacular charter flight. The choice is yours.
Your four day Maria Island Guided Walk starts with a picturesque drive to Triabunna then a 30-minute ferry ride to Maria Island. If you have chosen the flight option, this is one way only and departs the island on the last day.
On your one hour flight you commonly see pods of dolphins and migrating whales, you’ll fly close to spectacular sea cliffs and mountains and fly directly over Maria Island.
Once on Maria Island, your guides will immerse you in the island’s history and lead you on an amazing four-day exploration. You’ll experience close encounters with wildlife and marvel at spectacular cliffs and beaches.
The walking each day is gentle but you can choose to climb Maria’s two mountains for spectacular vistas.
Your pack will be light and you are only required to carry your personal belongings for two out of the four days. If you are unable to carry your pack, we can carry it for you.

Facilities

Service Types

Nature and wildlife Walking and Biking Tours

Fitness

Moderate

Membership

Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation

Accreditation

Australian Tourism Accreditation Tour Guiding Association

Services

$1950

Your four day Maria Island Guided Walk starts with a picturesque drive to Triabunna or you can choose to board a sensational scenic flight from Hobart to Maria Island via the spectacular sea cliffs of Tasman Island then up the east coast of Tasmania to Maria Island.
Once on Maria Island, your guides will immerse you in the island’s history and lead you on an amazing four-day exploration. You’ll experience close encounters with wildlife and marvel at spectacular cliffs and beaches.
Your accommodation is in large twin share four-person tents for two nights and in the converted Penitentiary Cells for one night. Your meals are of fresh local produce with three-course dinners complimented with fine Tasmanian Wines.
Tour highlights include amazing coastal landforms at the Painted Cliffs, fossilised rock formations, Aboriginal and European history, convict period relics, abundant wildlife, sandy beaches and sheltered bays, mountainous peaks, great walking, aboriginal middens, fresh local produce and wines.

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