Walk the Three Capes Track for less

Take in some of the amazing sights of the Tasman Peninsula on this four day walk

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Cape Huay. Photo Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service

Cape Huay. Photo Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service

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Reduced fees give Tasmanians chance to explore their own backyard.

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The Three Capes Track is an independent multi-day walking experience on the Tasman Peninsula taking in some of the most rugged and spectacular scenery Australia has to offer.

Reduced fees for the Three Capes Track Experience will be extended to November 30, giving Tasmanians even longer to support local businesses and explore their own backyard.

The 27 per cent discount has reduced the price for the four-day trek to only $360, with many Tasmanians already taking up the discounted offer and seeing what the State has to offer.

The Three Capes Track is one of the jewels in Tasmania's crown of stunning natural locations and is one of the many initiatives that form part of Tourism Tasmania's Make Yourself at Home campaign that is inspiring Tasmanians to holiday at home and support local businesses as the state continues to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Three Capes Track Fortescue Bay, Image Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service

Three Capes Track Fortescue Bay, Image Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service

Designed to cater for a broad range of ages and abilities, the Three Capes Track Experience is an ideal walk for those who haven't undertaken overnight walks in the past, as well as seasoned walkers.

The 48 km journey leads through a myriad of natural landscapes with exhilarating cliff top outlooks on Cape Pillar, Cape Hauy and stunning views to Cape Raoul.

The journey begins with a Pennicott Wilderness Journeys cruise departing from the World Heritage-listed Port Arthur Historic Site.

Over four days walkers experience a variety of natural environments from rainforest pockets through to flowering coastal heathland and some of Australia's highest sea cliffs.

Accommodation is in environmentally-sensitive cabins which are equipped with mattresses, heating and cooking facilities meaning you don't have to carry tents, sleeping mats or stoves.

Host Rangers are on hand at each cabin to assist and answer any questions.

Munro Cabin. Photo: Jesse Desjardins

Munro Cabin. Photo: Jesse Desjardins

The Three Capes Track will deliver you finally to the turquoise waters and white sand beach of Fortescue Bay with transport back to Port Arthur included.

Those wishing to take advantage of the 27 per cent discount off the usual adult fee can book online at www.threecapestrack.com.au

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