Six Day/Five Night Fully Guided Package

Price: $2,250 Per Person* | Group Size: Max 6 people | Activity Level: 2 out of 3 stars 

6 day, 5 night accommodation package.

A six day/five night experience which includes visits to very special places in North West Tasmania with a key focus on the wilderness wonderland that is the Tarkine and its immediate surrounds.

This is a small group (max 6 participants) nature-based, partly educational tour of globally significant landscapes in and around the broader Tarkine region.
Your guide grew up in the region and is passionate about the protection of its special places.

You will visit Cradle Mountain, the Leven Canyon, Fossil Bluff and Rocky Cape, and the rainforests, coasts and waterfalls of the Tarkine region in North West Tasmania.

There will be one night staying at Cradle Mt and a night’s accommodation adjacent to the Tarkine rainforests. Three nights will be at Black Bluff View Retreat, a private, cosy and beautiful carbon-neutral home 12 minutes south of Ulverstone at North Motton. This home is set right amongst the gum trees with outstanding 360 degree views of Black Bluff to the south and the Dial Range to the west.

Additional Information

What’s Included

  • The services of an experienced, qualified and accredited guide

  • All transport in a comfortable eight-seater van

  • Five nights accommodation

  • Most meals (except where ordering from a menu)

  • All National Park entry fees

  • Pick up and drop off from Devonport and surrounds

*Please see our costs for more information.

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Take a step toward an amazing adventure you will unlikely forget and visit the last remaining wilderness areas in the world, a place where you will be bewildered in the wilderness.