The Three Capes Track is arguably Australia’s premier coastal walk, living up to the hype of this amazing bushwalk long before the track was even open! Located near Port Arthur is the South-East corner of Tasmania, this four-day experience along the Tasman Peninsula’s rugged coast is raw, remote and breathtakingly beautiful. The journey is some 45 kilometres long and begins with a boat trip and features some of the highest sea cliffs in the Southern Hemisphere. Using helicopters to fly in materials needed, the environmentally-sensitive cabins are home for each evening and offer basic, but comfy sleeping quarters and spacious dining hubs that you share with fellow walkers. The Three Capes Track is fully guided by the Tasmanian Walking Company.
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