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Fly to Hobart airport, if you after a bit of an adventure rome2rio also offers a bus & ferry combined service from Melbourne to Hobart.

Pick-up and drop-off to the recommended hotel in Hobart. 

Recommended accommodation in Hobart: Alabama hotel Hobart, Montacute Boutique Bunkhouse & the pickled frog backpackers. 

Road Trip: Driving from Sydney/ Melbourne - The Melbourne Devonport ferry route connects Australia with Tasmania. Currently, there is just one car ferry company operating this ferry service, Spirit Of Tasmania. The crossing operates up to 6 times each week with sailing durations from around 9 hours 30 minutes and costs $99



A minimum of 8 is required for this trip to go ahead, if minimum numbers are not reached you will be offered a full refund on your booking deposit.  

ACCOMMODATION: 4 nights of comfortable camping, all camping gear provided. 


AFTER THE TRIP: Hotel drop off - we should be arriving back in Hobart at around 5 pm on the last day of our adventure. 

WHO IS THIS TRIP FOR: Our trips are gender-inclusive, If you are young at heart and free-spirited you are perfect for our adventures! In saying this, the average age of our groups is 20-50 years old.


Please note: We have limited space for bags, please bring a small soft duffle bag no bigger than 56cm x 36cm x 23cm for a point of reference this is about the standard luggage allowance for airline carry-on baggage. Any larger bags will not be accepted. If you wish to bring extra luggage for after the trip most hotels in Alice have luggage storage. ( Best to double-check with your selected accommodation).



Dress-ups are fun !! on all our trips we encourage our guests to play dress-ups. Please pack a funky little outfit thats not too big and bulky and fits the theme of radical self-expression. Bring your own artistic expression, maybe colour& brightness, black & darkness, cross-dressing or animal embodiment. Whatever fits your vibe. Perhaps you have always felt like a Dragon and that's what you want to embody, so be a dragon. Be bold, be fun and feel free to express this in your costume. 




Also please keep in mind that we have limited space in the trailer for luggage so try to pack as light as possible and opt for a duffle bag over a suitcase.  

  • Water bottle 

  • yoga mat

  • Headlamp and/or flashlight

  • Snacks

  • Lightweight walking boots

  • A rainproof jacket with hood 

  • Swimwear

  • A few pairs of loose-fitting long shorts/skirt T-shirts

  • jumper and long pants 

  • Sun-hat

  • pair of sandals

  • Toiletries 

  • Towels

  • Lip guard

  • Sunglasses

  • Sun cream

  • Daypack

  • Dress-up  costume


Our team brings along a basic first aid kit, but we recommend you also carry the following: Ibuprofen painkillers,  personal prescriptions as required, rash cream, basic toiletries, wet wipes, hand sanitiser, and women's sanitary.


This menu may change subject to availability, but just to get an idea of what to expect with foods. Most of the menu is vegetarian with the option for vegan.




Italian restaurant  (beachfront Italian restaurant)




Continental with tea and coffee


Tuna / Ham wraps with capers, yogurt, dijon mustard, walnuts, sultanas, and spinach.



Butternut Risotto with leeks and spinach with sage, garlic and nutmeg.




Cranberry, Apple, and Banana granola with yogurt.



Veggie Burger with lettuce, tomato, beetroot and sriracha mayo.



Orecchiette pasta with broccoli sauce with spring onion, chilli, garlic, lemon, and miso.





Turmeric smoothie bowl with coconut milk yogurt, cashew spread, banana, oats, and chia seeds. served with tea and coffee




Roasted vegetable and couscous salad with tomatoes, zucchini, garlic, and capsicum.



Vegetable curry with butternut pumpkin, zucchini, capsicum, spinach, and peas.




Grapefruit, orange and rockmelon salad with honey and yogurt.



fruit, muesli bars, dark chocolate, popcorn, rice crackers, cupper soups 

Day 1:


Meet and greet your soon-to-be best friends in Hobart city, our adventure begins a 3-hour drive eastbound towards Scamander. There will be various beach stopovers and a delicious lunch on the way. We should reach our destination in mid-afternoon where we will set up camp, do our first yoga class, pranayama and end the day with a healthy warm dinner. 



Day 2:


Today we visit the beautiful Bay of Fire and enjoy some chill beach time or walkabout. Explore as much or as little as you want or just take this time to soak in the crystal turquoise waters, separated by unique bright orange lichen-encrusted granite boulders.

We then have a 1-hour drive to Columbus Falls, the option to spend time at the falls or take a 3km hike to discover Tasmania’s famous Big trees. Groups choice, I vote for big trees :)




Day 3:


Prepare the body and mind because today is a big one! Today we will make our way to Freycinet National Park, Freycinet has global appeal – it is iconic, memorable and breathtaking.

The beauty of this day is we can just completely judge how we feel. We can choose the big one at 11km or perhaps the 6km is enough for your little legs.  Both ‘grade 4’ bushwalks offer a challenge, with stairs and uphill ascents, as we make our way to Wineglass Bay Beach. 


This day will end with a relaxing yin class, healthy dinner and campfire chill time to download and integrate the experience of the day. 



Day 4:


Douglas-Apsley National Park is a place of surprising contrasts, featuring tranquil waterholes, deep river gorges and thundering waterfalls, including the spectacular Apsley Falls. Spend the morning bushwalking, followed by a refreshing swim in crystal clear waterholes and exploring this diverse vegetation. 

Animal lovers, this one is for you! An afternoon visit to Nature World animal sanctuary to get up close and personal with a Tasmania devil.


Day 5: 

Slow wake-up, morning yoga followed by delicious breakfast, Then Hobart bound via Kunanyi and Mt Wellington Hobart. 

Drive times around 3hrs 

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