Friday, 10 July 2020

An overnight stay on Maria Island is a Covid-19 Tasmanian treat

Many Tasmanians have never had the chance to explore Maria Island - but in the era of Covid-19 they are being offered a special a two-day, one-night taster courtesy of the team behind the famous Maria Island Walk.


The special deal offers Tasmanians the opportunity to explore the northern end of Maria Island with experienced local guides.

There will be an opportunity to climb spectacular peaks, encounter an abundance of wildlife (think Tasmanian Devils and wombats) and experience some of the highlights of the island in comfort.

Guests will stay in Bernacchi House, a beautifully restored heritage home in the convict settlement of Darlington, which is exclusively used by guests of The Maria Island Walk. I've stayed here and it is lovely.

After walking or climbing they can relax in front of a wood fire with a glass of Tasmanian wine and let their guides prepare a three-course meal.

The deal includes all meals and drinks, including restaurant quality meals matched with Tasmanian wines and local beers; the ferry crossing from Triabunna to Maria Island, use of gear including day packs and waterproof jackets and National Parks entry fees.


A maximum of eight guests will be on each adventure at a cost of $800 twin share.

For more information, please see this information sheet, ring (03) 6234 2999 or email bookings@mariaislandwalk.com.au
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