A passion project of Joan Masterman (eco-tourism pioneer), the Freycinet Experience Walk (FEW) was born out of a love for (and desire to protect) Tasmania’s vulnerable coastlines and their inhabitants. The FEW is a four-day (three-night) guided walking tour exploring the entire Freycinet Peninsula (located on the East Coast of Tasmania).
The Freycinet Experience provides an all-inclusive nature-based adventure. A fully catered summer getaway where you can truly switch off from the world (all transfers, gear hire and accommodation are also included). You will discover forests of towering white gums, stunning coastal vistas, a unique boating experience and delicious, freshly prepared meals using the best Tasmanian produce (paired each night with a fine selection of renowned Tasmanian wines and spirits). Return each evening to your beach-side accommodation at the award-winning Friendly Beaches Eco-Lodge, where steaming hot showers, deep baths and comfortable beds await.
Hidden within the Freycinet National Park and exclusive to your walking group of no more than ten, coming home to your private eco-lodge accommodation, you and your walking companions will feel like the only souls on earth. Join the Freycinet Experience this summer and let their team of professional nature guides, coxswains, drivers and private cooks take care of the itinerary.
This walking tour departs from and returns to Hobart CBD (or the Hobart Airport). Your investment is inclusive of all food, beverages, gear hire, transfers and accommodation.
Take some time with a glass of Tasmanian Pinot to explore the Friendly Beaches Lodge and peruse Joan’s private collection of works by Tasmanian artists including Richard Wastell, Helen Wright, Kerry Gregan, Barbie Kjar, Tim Burns, Sally Curry, David Keeling, Bea Maddock and Ricky Maynard.