Tasmania is an island state of Australia located 240 km south of the mainland and separated by Bass Strait. With an area of 68,401 square km, Tasmania is the 26th largest island in the world. Protected National Parks and World Heritage Sites cover almost half of the land area. Known as the "natural state", Tasmania is an ideal destination for hikers and paddlers. Tassie's windswept coastline is dominated by towering dolerite cliffs interspersed with hidden sea caves, sea kelp forests, secluded coves, sheltered lagoons, and beautiful long sandy beaches.
The Bruny Island 4-Day Paddle and the more challenging 4-day Three Capes Paddle feature these highlights and more! Consider joining both trips with a night in Hobart city in between.