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Bay of Fires Lodge & Walk, Tasmania

Unique in the Smith collection, Bay of Fires Lodge & Walk in north-east Tasmania combines a stay at a boutique eco-retreat with an inspiring two-day guided trek along one of Australia‘s iconic coastlines. Turquoise seas, snow-white beaches and wildlife-filled bush make the Bay of Fires the perfect place to recharge…

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1 Day One kicks off in Mt William National Park, with a flat, nine-kilometre coastal trek and jaw-dropping ocean views.

Tasmania: Bay of Fires Walk

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2 Orange lichen-encrusted boulders contrast with glittering waves.

Tasmania's Bay of Fires Walk

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3 The coastal heathland hosts an abundance of wildlife, including wombats, wallabies and kangaroos.

Tasmania's Bay of Fires Walk

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4 Night One is spent glamping at Forester Beach Camp, steps from the sea.

Forester Beach Camp, Bay of Fires Walk

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5 Alongside aboriginal shell heaps, you’ll see sculptural shark egg cases.

Tasmania's Bay of Fires Walk

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6 Day Two’s trek is 14 kilometres, but with beaches like this we can’t complain…

Tasmania's Bay of Fires Walk

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7 Home sweet home: Bay of Fires Lodge, designed by eco-architect Ken Latona.

Tasmania's Bay of Fires Lodge & Walk

Read Mr & Mrs Smith’s review of Bay of Fires Lodge & Walk, or check out our Bay of Fires destination guide. Walks run from October to May.

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