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Let us get you to the breathtaking, Three Capes Track Walk

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Already offering some of the most exciting walks and adventures in Australia, the Tasman Peninsula now has an amazing new walk, and we’re providing transfer to the Three Capes Track start and Three Capes Track end!

The Three Capes Track Walk has been quoted as “a walking experience at the world’s edge” and is a must-do for all walking enthusiasts.

Follow 46 kilometres of cliff-hugging wilderness, the impressive coastal sea cliffs will leave you in awe of how beautiful our great island is. The journey is admired in one direction and completed in four days and three nights. You’ll experience epic vistas of all three capes – Cape Raoul, Cape Pillar and Cape Huay.

Overnight stops are within environmentally-sensitive cabins and sleeping quarters, they even include mattresses and are quipped with gas cooktops, heating and a cold water shower. The walk includes your own copy of the Three Capes Track storybook “Encounters on the Edge”, with stories discussing the track experience, interesting points, information and a Three Capes Walk map.

Sounds great doesn’t it!

The World Heritage-listed Port Arthur Historic Site is your start and end point for the walk. Arrive fresh by taking one of our luxury coaches from Hobart to the start of the Three Capes Track. Or rest your tired legs in comfort when you return from the end of the Three Capes Track back to Hobart. Our transfers will get you to Port Arthur to meet the Three Capes ferry and we will collect you on the last day at the same location.

For detailed information on the walk and to discuss transfers to and from this amazing experience contact us now. Only 48 walkers per day take part on this adventure so to secure yourself a spot get in touch!

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Images courtesy of Tourism Tasmania.

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