Experience our multi-award winning four day Maria Island Walk just off the east coast of Tasmania. Expert guiding, abundant wildlife, convict tales, comfortable accommodation and local Tasmanian fare come together to bring you one of Australia’s Great Walks. Join us.
Immerse yourself in the exhilarating beauty and natural wonder that is Maria Island. Walk in the wilderness and across white-sandy beaches, taking a dip if you dare. Sleep amongst the stars in each of the bush camps and at the heritage-listed Bernacchi House. Capture incredible memories with the island's photogenic wombats, kangaroos and wildlife that freely roam, with the island nicknamed 'The Noah's Ark of Australia.'
Having guided over 1300 walks over 19 seasons and received eight National Tourism Awards, our Maria Island Walk is recognised as one of Australia’s outstanding experiences. We look forward to sharing the magic of Maria with you.LEARN MORE ABOUT US
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“I have felt so energized ever since Maria Island and would do it again in a heartbeat. Thank you for such a sublime, relaxing, uplifting experience”Samantha EnglishGuest
“We had a great group - fun, outgoing, adventurous, laid back and great company. The trip was flawlessly organised and the walks and scenery just so beautiful.”Jane RothschildGuest
“It was one of our best holidays ever. It was TRULY amazing. The accommodation was 10/10 (the outdoor facility was so much better than we expected).”Vanessa Angrove-RogersGuest
“I absolutely loved my Maria Island Walk and so many friends I have told about it have it on their bucket lists. I have amazing photos and memories, and this really was four days that will last a lifetime. Thank you!”Kellie LondreganGuest
“Two of the best guides I have come across through my travels in Australia and internationally.”Hans van HaalenGuest
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The Maria Island Walk acknowledges the Aboriginal Communities and Traditional Custodians of country throughout Tasmania and we recognise their continued connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to Elders past and present, as we seek to understand their history and learn from their knowledge.