Bay of Fires and Mt William National Park 4 day walking holiday

  • Duration : 4 Days (approx.)
  • Location: Launceston, Tas
  • Product code : Bay of F - 4 day
From AUD $1,850.00

The Bay of Fires and Mt William National Park is a truly stunning walking destination. The conservation area contains rocky gullies, with many small secluded beaches and inlets to explore. It has beautiful beaches and a wealth of local bird life and wildlife.

Our four day walk includes accommodation in lovely farmhouse-style accommodation in Mussell Roe Bay plus all meals.

Relax, unwind and unplug in one of the world's most beautiful coastal walks.

Trip dates 2017
  • Thursday 26 to Sunday 29 October – FULLY BOOKED
  • Saturday 25 to Tuesday 28 November – FULLY BOOKED
  • Wednesday 13 to Saturday 16 December – 6 PLACES LEFT

Trip dates 2018

Wednesday 3 to Saturday 6 January – 2 PLACES LEFT
  • Wednesday 17 to Saturday 20 January – FULLY BOOKED
  • Wednesday 24 to Saturday 27 January – FULLY BOOKED
  • Saturday 3 to Tuesday 6 February – FULLY BOOKED
  • Thursday 8 to Sunday 11 February – just opened up
  • Saturday 17 to Tuesday 20 February – FULLY BOOKED
  • Monday 26 February to Thursday March 1 – FULLY BOOKED
  • Sunday 4 to Wednesday 7 March – FULLY BOOKED
  • Friday 9 to Monday 12 March – FULLY BOOKED
  • Saturday 24 to Tuesday 27 March – FULLY BOOKED
  • Monday 2 to Thursday 5 April – 2 PLACES LEFT
  • Thursday 12 to Sunday 15 April – 2 PLACES LEFT
  • Friday 20 to Monday 23 April – FULLY BOOKED
  • Friday 5 to Monday 8 October
  • Friday 26 to Monday 29 October
  • Friday 2 to Monday 5 November
  • Saturday 24 to Tuesday 27 November
  • Saturday 1 December to Tuesday 4 December
  • Monday 17 to Thursday 20 December
  • Tour inclusions:

    • Three nights’ at Icena Farm House (twin share unless single room organised at time of booking)
    • All transport and guiding
    • 3 breakfasts, 4 lunches and 3 dinners, plus plenty of fresh fruit, trail mix and nibbles
    • Visit the pink granite lighthouse at Eddystone Point, stunning Mt William National Park and beautiful Anson's Bay