Maria Island Walk guests stay two nights in exclusive wilderness camps located directly behind beautiful white sand beaches


Exclusively reserved for guests of the Maria Island Walk, there are two wilderness eco-camps located directly behind beautiful white sand beaches. Both feature similar set-ups where eco-cabins are sensitively dotted through the landscape and connected by raised boardwalks. There are two outdoor bush showers at the camps and an empty ‘bathing cabin’, along with composting toilets. The camp beaches also offer a refreshing way to start or end your day.

Maria Island Walk Dining by candlelight
Wilderness camp tent at night
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What's Included

All meals and wines with dinner

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Location & Access

Located in Darlington settlement on Maria Island – accessed on foot on day 1 and day 2 of the Maria Island Walk

Only available with
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What You Need to Know
Best Room

All eco-cabins are the same

Suitable For

Couples, solo walkers

Best Nearby Walk

Bishop and Clerk Summit Walk

Best Nearby Park

Maria Island National Park

Best Food & Wine Experience

Candlelight dinner under the stars

Best Place for Relaxation

In your eco tent listening to the sounds of nature


October to April, commensurate with the Maria Island Walk departures

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Frequently asked questions

When is the best time to visit Tasmania?

Tasmania has a cool temperate climate with four distinct seasons. The warmest months are in summer and early Autumn, from December to March, and the winter is cool with snow in alpine inland areas such as Cradle Mountain.