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The Maria Island Walk

Walking along the Isthmus on The Maria Island Walk
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Wilderness Camp on The Maria Island Walk
The Maria Island Walk bush camps
The Maria Island Walk bush camps
Bernacchi House
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The Maria Island Walk is a multi-day, multi-award-winning guided walk, located off the east coast of Tasmania. An incredible blend of rare wildlife, breathtaking scenery and world heritage listed convict history.

Celebrating its 20th walking season, the island has been referenced as the Noah’s Ark of Tasmania for its variety of wildlife including Tasmanian devils, wombats and a variety of rare kangaroos and wallabies.

Walk pristine untouched beaches with crystal clear waters, magnificent peaks that will take your breath away, and through magnificent forests of magnificent blue and white gums.

The island’s tranquility combined with its natural beauty, wildlife and fascinating history makes it a unique and special place. Explore the island by day, and spend the night under the stars in exclusive bush camps for a true nature immersion.

The four-day walk runs from January to April, and October to December.

During the winter months of June to August, a shorter three-day ‘Winter Escape Walk’ experience is offered, with accommodation each evening in the historic Bernacchi House at Darlington for a cosy place to stay.

The Maria Island Walk is a Wild Bush Luxury experience, and is a member of Great Walks of Australia and Australian Wildlife Journeys.



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