Day two might begin with a gentle thumping past your tent. While the inquisitive wallaby isn’t your wake up call, his visit, or the promise of warm croissants might lure you from your crisp sheets of king-size luxury to reunite with us at the rustic wooden dining table once more.
Today’s walk is East Cloudy Head for views of Tasmania’s far south and the wild Southern Ocean. The five-hour journey begins by walking the length of Cloudy Bay Beach. Windswept and beautiful, the walk then leads us into coastal heath and up toward spectacular views of Bruny Island’s rugged south coast.
As with the previous day, the afternoon is time for more gourmet spoiling. Next we drop in on Ross and Emma O’Meara’s farm to collect the free range pork that they have had slow cooking in their smoker for us overnight. Back at camp enjoy time to sit on the deck, walk among the ferns, partake in another lavish shower or simply read a book while your guides prepare the evening meal.
- Guided walk to East Cloudy Head for views of Bruny Island’s rugged South Coast and the Southern Ocean.
- Have some time to yourself and try to spot some of Bruny Island’s 150 species of birds (including all 12 Tasmanian endemics)
- Gather round the fire with a glass of pinot from Tasmania’s Southernmost vineyard
- As darkness descends on camp, watch as Tasmania’s unique nocturnal wildlife emerges