A four-day walk along Tasmania’s wilderness coastline and through the Mount William National Park, with two nights spent at the spectacular Bay of Fires Lodge. It’s a walk of deserted beaches, rocky headlands, offshore islets, sand dunes and headlands, with the opportunity to spend a day kayaking along the tranquil Ansons River.
It’s a walk of deserted beaches, rocky headlands, offshore islets, sand dunes and headlands, with the opportunity to spend a day kayaking along the tranquil Ansons River.
Forester Beach Camp Nestled in a protected dune swale behind a glorious white sand beach, a separate camp has been designed as a demountable seasonal structure. We've obtained special permission to operate this camp within the National Park, so close to the beach and yet so private. Here, you can swim or snorkel in the shelter of a natural, rock-ringed 'harbour', enjoy your meals on the outdoor decks or picnic on the beach under the biggest starry night skies.
Bay of Fires Lodge Set on a hilltop, 40 metres above the pounding of the sea and surrounded by National Park, Bay of Fires Lodge is the only building on 20km of outstanding coastal wilderness. Enjoying views up and down the pristine white sandy beaches in an area of great significance to the Aboriginal community, a truly ecologically-aware building has been gently let into the landscape. Here you will experience true communion with nature in accommodation that combines simplicity of design with comfort and warmth.