Bay of Fires Walking Tour - Life's An Adventure -


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Bay of Fires Walking Tour – Life’s An Adventure

  • Take in pure white beaches, vivid orange granite boulders, and emerald seas, all fringed with rich forests.
  • Explore without a heavy backpack, and sleep in style, with both nights spent at a beachfront property.

Our Bay of Fires walk exceeded our expectations. We had a most enjoyable time and the group have made lasting friendships… – Val and Noel

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  • Low Shoulder (20 Sept – 30 Oct): $999
  • High Shoulder (1 Nov – 24 Dec): $1,099
  • Peak (25 Dec – 31 Mar): $1,199
  • Low Shoulder (1 Apr – 30 Apr): $999

Situated on the east coast of Tasmania, the Bay of Fires is one of the most picturesque and least visited sections of the island state. The Bay of Fires Conservation Area is home to pure white beaches, vivid orange granite boulders, and emerald seas, all fringed with rich forests. Your overnight baggage will be transported for you each day, and you’ll sleep in comfortable beds, with access to a hot shower.


  • Fully supported walk with your overnight luggage transported to the campsite & beach shack
  • Accommodation in a waterfront beach shack on both nights – situated on a beautiful bay set behind the Bay of Fires
  • Professional dedicated and friendly tour guide
  • Food – 2 dinners, 2 breakfasts, 3 lunches, fruit, and trailmix while on the trail
  • Fine Tasmanian wine and beer and non-alcoholic drinks served with dinner
  • Return transfers from Hotel Grand Chancellor in Launceston to the Bay of Fires
  • National Parks Pass
  • Maximum of 12 walkers in each group


  • A small backpack to carry your personal items while hiking
  • A medium-sized bag for your overnight gear (please ask your hotel to store any large suitcases for you)
  • Confortable enclosed walking shoes
  • Sunglasses
  • sunscreen and hat
  • Water bottle
  • Camera
  • Torch
  • Sleeping bag (one can be hired from Life’s An Adventure at an extra cost)


  • Walking time: 5-6.5 hours per day
  • Walking distance: 11-14 kilometres per day
  • Difficulty: Medium. A good level of fitness is needed to complete this walk. Much of the walk is on firm sand, with rocky headlands to negotiate. The level of difficulty can change daily dependent on high tide times
  • Child friendly: Children over 8 are welcome.


Bay of Fires Lodge 4 Day Guided Walk – Tasmanian Walking Company ($2,475)
  • 4 days (instead of 3)
  • Maximum group size of 10 instead of 12
  • Stay at the Bay of Fires Lodge
  • Spend a free day at the lodge, kayaking, fishing, snorkelling, or indulging in a spa treatments
Bay of Fires – ParkTrek ($1,850)
  • 4 days (instead of 3)


Day One Meet at Hotel Grand Chancellor in Launceston at 8:45 am for a 9:00 am departure. You will be transferred by bus to the Bay of Fires.
Your walk starts in Mount William National Park, heading south to discover spectacular landscapes where sapphire seas contrast with pure white sands and burnt orange rocky outcrops. Explore scenic Boulder Point and Cobbler Rocks, and look out for the local fauna coming out to graze on the marsupial lawns at Cod Bay.
The day’s walking finishes at a waterfront property on Ansons Bay. It’s been dubbed the ‘Beach Shack’ but this is no beach shack. With an outdoor and indoor dining room, outdoor and indoor fireplace, hot showers, and running toilets, you’ll have all the creature comforts one could need after a day on the trail. You’ll be treated to a delicious dinner which, weather permitting, will be served under the stars overlooking the gorgeous Ansons Bay.
Day Two You’ll continue south, stopping at Picnic Point, and then Eddystone Point (the beginning of the Bay of Fires Conservation area), where an impressive pink granite lighthouse (built in 1889) sits on a point jutting out into the sea. This is a day for spotting wombats and echidnas, and maybe even a pod of playful dolphins.
Arrive at ‘The Beach Shack’ again to relax as a delicious dinner is prepared for you, served with Tasmanian Ninth Island wine
Day Three Take off on an 11-kilometre walk through one of the most untouched parts of the Bay of Fires, where it is unlikely you will see anyone other than your fellow walkers. See Sienna’s Mermaid Pool, Break Yake Beach, and Garden Lagoon Beach, stopping for lunch before continuing on to finish the walk at The Garden.
Meet your transfer at The Garden to return to Launceston, stopping along the way for lunch in the pretty fishing village of St Helens. Your arrival at the Hotel Grand Chancellor in Launceston will be at approximately 5.30pm – 6.00pm. If booking flights please do not book before 6.30pm.