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wukalina Walk

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The wukalina Walk is a three night - four day, fully inclusive, guided walk, incorporating coastal and inland aspects of the famous Bay of Fires region - the cultural homeland of the palawa - North East Tasmania.

Up to ten guests and two guides spend two nights in bespoke palawa inspired (domed) huts, within a standing camp in the National Park, and one night in a meticulously renovated Lighthouse Keepers Cottage on Aboriginal held land at larapuna/Eddystone Point.

While walking in the footsteps of their traditional people, palawa guides and Elders will relate first-hand, the palawa creation story, and you will participate in cultural practices that have been passed down for hundreds of generations.

The structure and delivery of the Walk along the same lines as more established walks such as the Bay of Fires Walk, the Freycinet Experience Walk and the Maria Island Walk.

The Walk is classified as moderate in terms of level of difficulty.

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Phone:
0447 244 727

Email:
admin@wukalinawalk.com.au

Address:
163 Saint John Street, Launceston, Tasmania, 7250

www.wukalinawalk.com.au
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    • wukalina Walk
    • The wukalina walk is a three night, four day Aboriginal owned and operated guided walk based around the magnificent natural landscape of the larapuna/Bay of Fires and wukalina /Mt William areas, incorporating the famous Bay of Fires in North East Tasmania, Australia, the cultural homeland of the palawa. The walk is a genuine cultural experience that will deepen your understanding of palawa (Tasmanian Aboriginal) culture and community history as well as immerse you in the natural and rugged beauty of wukalina and larapuna. Guests spend two nights in absolute comfort in bespoke palawa inspired (domed) huts and one night in the meticulously renovated Lighthouse Keepers Cottage at larapuna/Bay of Fires, North East Tasmania. The Walk will provide an opportunity to walk with palawa guides in the footsteps of their traditional people on the cultural homeland of wukalina and larapuna. You will hear first-hand palawa creation stories and participate in cultural practices that have been passed down for hundreds of generations.