Three Capes Track | Tasmania


 Three Capes Track #3capestrack

Located on the south east corner of Tasmania is a world class track with spectacular views - the Three Capes Track. 

A 4 day and 3 nights wilderness experience with total distance of 46km the Three Capes Track is an easy to moderate grade hike.

 A short boat ride in and out from World Heritage-listed Port Arthur Historic Site is breathtakingly beautiful. Pass by the Isle of the Dead, a small island where over 1646 bodies have been buried but only 180 of them marked which consists of staff and military staff.

The cabins are well set up so no cooking stove or pot is needed to be carried unless you want to stop along the track and brew a cuppa  and you will need to bring your cutlery and cup/bowl etc. The cabins do not have any ovens, microwaves or fridges so Campers Pantry light weight meals are perfect for the Three Capes Track.

The journey starts on the West side of Cape Pillar and finishing on the North of Cape Hauy in Fortescue Bay. 

For the Three Capes Track you will need to organise to bring 3 breakfasts, 3 or 4 lunches, 3 dinners and 3 desserts, plus daily snacks. 
Campers Pantry can cater for your trip. Order online and have our meals, desserts and veggies delivered direct to your door in time to pack your bags and be ready "to go".

Be sure you check the Tassie timetable to see whats on. Head out to the Richmond wine area just north east of Hobart, check out Mona, Grab some local produce at the Salamanca Markets or have a groove at the Falls Festival. 

To book this short but spectacular walk head to the Three Capes Track website link below:

THREE CAPES TRACK WEBSITE

Three Capes Track #3capestrack

Three Capes Track #3capestrack

 THREE CAPES TRACK

 THREE CAPES TRACK

 THREE CAPES TRACK

THREE CAPES TRACK 

THREE CAPES TRACK

 



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