Travel With Us: Coastal Treks of Tasmania

By AG STAFF 6 November 2023
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Cruise and hike the breathtaking coastal treks of the remote coastlines of Tasmania’s east.

This 10-night, hiking-themed itinerary takes you to Tasmania’s east coast and the iconic treks of the region. Guests will enjoy a variety of shore excursions, with both challenging and less strenuous walks on offer. The imposing cliffs, sandy beaches and sapphire waters of the rugged coast of Tasmania offer an experience of spectacular beauty. Led by experienced guides, you’ll explore breathtaking coastal hikes and gain insights into the region’s unique ecosystem. Some of the hikes include Mt Beattie, Mt Milner, Fluted Cape Walk, Cape Hauy, Hazards Loop, and Bishop and Clerk trail. After the day’s exertions, retire to Coral Discoverer’s panoramic Xplorerbar and recharge with a Tasmanian single malt or two.

Departures & Fares

Partner Voyage: 18 January 2025, from $7920pp twin share

Other departures: 18 January 2024


  • Spend two full days exploring Port Davey and Bathurst Harbour. Kayaking, birdwatching, and hiking reveal the secrets of this stunning wilderness.
  • Explore the beautiful Freycinet National Park. Stroll the sweeping white sand of Wineglass Bay and hike to the lookout for a spectacular view.
  • Visit Maria Island – the “Noah’s Ark” of Tasmania – and spot wombats, wallabies, endemic birds, and other wildlife.
  • Enjoy a tour at World Heritage-listed Port Arthur to gain deep insight into Tasmania’s convict history.
  • From the sea, have a breathtaking view of the dolerite columns of the Tasman Peninsula, the highest sea cliffs in the Southern Hemisphere.
  • Taste Tasmania’s remarkable fresh produce, cool-climate wines, and artisanal spirits throughout your expedition and at special wine-tastings and events.
The dolerite columns of the Tasman Peninsula rise 300m above sea level.

Your Expert Guide

Tasmanian botanist Danah Leary grew up with prehistoric rainforests and majestic dolerite mountains as her home. She drew early inspiration from the fieldwork of her parents. Later, it would be extensive overseas travel that fuelled her passion for places of cultural and natural significance.

Danah studied fine arts at the University of Tasmania before qualifying as a horticulturist and completing her studies in conservation. From a young age Danah created botanical drawings, deriving endless inspiration from the endemic alpine plants, fungi and fish she saw along the way. Her passion for botany grew with each trip she guided on the Overland Track. She holds a special interest in alpine flora and the symbiotic relationships that have developed over many years.

For more information head to Coral Expeditions or call 1800 079 545.