Here you’re walking along the edge of a continent, with nothing between you and Antarctica except the wild Tasman Sea. The remote 48k track, starting and ending near World Heritage-listed Port Arthur, carves through the colourful Tasman National Park wilderness, with jaw-dropping views off sheer ocean cliffs to wild bays, spectacular dolerite columns and salty scented eucalyptus forests.
Wildlife is major highlight on this four-day, three-night hike, you’ll likely see wombats, wallabies, and echidnas as well as migratory whales, dolphins and fur seals. While challenging, this walk is suitable for all levels – even children.
Check out eco cabins with glamping style amenities (internal link to Three Capes camp sites)