The Maria Island Walk Tour: Four Day Guided Walk
Day one: Journey up Tasmania's east Coast and board a private catamaran that ferries you to the southern end of Maria Island. Arrive with ample time to enjoy the stunning scenery and a walk through the beautiful forests. Indulge in a refreshing swim on a pristine beach and enjoy Tasmanian wine and fresh food. Day two: Walk from Reidle Bay to Shoal Bay to stroll five fabulous beaches. Explore the convict cells at Point Lesueur and visit an ochre pit at Bloodstone Point - one of the original ochre sources for the Tasmanian Aborigines. At camp, put your feet up and enjoy a glass of wine serenaded by native birdsong and sounds of the ocean. Day three: Enjoy the stunning Hopgrounds Beach and the remarkable Painted Cliffs or continue to the summit of Mt Maria for breathtaking views. Finish the day with a sumptuous three-course dinner in a colonial home. Day four: Relax and enjoy the serenity and fascinating history of Darlington on a gentle tour around the convict settlement. The more adventurous can amble through tall Blue Gum forest to convict brickworks, a heritage reservoir and the fossil cliffs. Conclude with a champagne lunch overlooking stunning Freycinet Peninsula.