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Bay of Fires - Tasmania

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Join us as we experience Tassie's Bay of Fires.


This Tasmanian trekking adventure on the edge of Mt William National Park allows you to experience the virtually uninhabited wilderness coastline known as the Bay of Fires. The walking and kayaking on this trek will leave you in awe of the natural beauty of our amazing coastline and surrounding wilderness.  You will finish this challenging trek feeling inspired by the spectacular beauty of Australia. This is a must do for anyone that is yet to experience this incredible part of the Tasmanian coastline.

As well as completing this trek for your own personal challenge you can help others by supporting one of Aurora’s charities or perhaps one of your own. Enquire today and join us on this fantastic adventure.



Day 1 – After an early start, brekkie and gear check we head to  Mt William via a scenic route that includes the rich pastoral landscapes of Scottsdale and the tin-mining town of Derby.  We reach the north of the Mt William National Park and begin walking at Boulder Point enjoying views to the north of the Bass Strait Islands. Following lunch on a pristine sandy beach we explore the many secluded beaches tucked between sand dunes, off-shore rocks and separated rocky headlands as we make our way to our night location.  We spend a relaxing evening at Forester Beach Camp in semi-permanent tents sitting on the deck and enjoying the sunset.

Day 2 –After breakfast we head south admiring the expansive view across the coastline and the solitude.  Walking along ridgelines of sand-dunes, one can enjoy views across heath lands and across the ocean to the East.  Exploration of the marsupial lawns often reveals quiet native animals and the many tracks they leave behind.  Lunch is at one of the sheltered coves along the way to Eddystone Point Lighthouse. The afternoon is spent in the seclusion of beaches and coves that lead gradually to afternoon tea at the Bay of Fires lodge.  The evening is spent enjoying a sumptuous dinner at the tranquil Bay of Fires Lodge with its majestic views as you sample some Tasmanian wine and local beer.

Day 3 – Today we  kayak down the winding Anson’s River experiencing the avid bird life, cross the bird rich waters of Anson’s Bay and conclude with a stroll over the dunes at Abbotsbury Peninsula on our way back to the lodge.  An evening walk will allow us to see the peacefulness of the wilderness with possible sightings of wombats, possums or even a Tasmanian Devil.  The night sky is an awesome spectacle from the pristine vantage point of the lodge and its surrounds.

Day 4 – After a leisurely breakfast and possible morning swim or walk we return to our base at Quamby Estate by walking through the Fingal Valley. After a well earned glass of wine and a rest we return to our night lodgings before our flight home the following day.



$2950 pp

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□ Strength and Conditioning Program prepared by our Aurora Exercise Physiologists specifically for this adventure – 6 weeks and 3 fully supervised sessions for Brisbane trekkers or our 8 week Remote Preparation Program with weekend supervised sessions for Sydney and Melbourne trekkers

□ Personal travel insurance.

□ All transfers and transport during the trek

□ Accommodation and food during the trek lodge or bush/tented camp.

□ Your backpack and a gortex jacket for use during the adventure.



Personal expenses such as phone call costs, beverages and meals at the hotel in Launceston

Return economy airfare to Launceston

Hotel accommodation in Launceston at the beginning and end of the adventure if required.

Boots and a small amount of personal trek clothing

Connecting flights to and from Brisbane


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