Tassie opening up again in December!
Tasmania will open its borders to the rest of Australia on December 15, the state’s Premier Peter Gutwein has announced.
Mr Gutwein said by the time borders open he is confident Tasmania will have reached a 90 percent double-dose COVID-19 vaccination rate for people aged over 16.
“Anyone will be able to enter Tasmania from anywhere within Australia, subject to being fully vaccinated, that’s if they’re 12 years and over, and having a negative test result within 72 hours of travelling,” he said.
This is great news for anyone wanting to book a Life’s An Adventure pack-free guided walk in the Apple Isle.
And what a choice of walks you have!
From Hobart, you can explore the Three Capes with its dramatic coastline of sea cliffs and eucalypt forests. You’ll walk Cape Raoul and Cape Hauy and see Cape Pillar from the air on a helicopter or sea on a cruise.
Also Bruny Island – with its towering cliffs, rich eucalypt forests and white beaches – and Maria Island – with its abundant wildlife, spectacular scenery and rich colonial history – are a quick ferry ride from Hobart. And up north, you can get to the Bay of Fires – with its famous granite tors and squeaky clean beaches.
In the centre we have FIVE incredible walks – Cradle Mountain (3 days); Cradle Mountain and the Walls of Jerusalem (4 days); Lake St Claire and Cradle Mountain (6 days); Lake St Claire, Cradle Mountain and the Walls of Jerusalem (7 days) and Lake Pedder and South West Wilderness (3 days).
Everyone of these walks offers breathtaking beauty and plenty of creature comforts! For info on all our Tassie walks click here.