wukalina Walk

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A spiritual, cultural and physical journey through Tasmania’s north-east coast, along pristine beaches, rocky headlands and significant Aboriginal sites.
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Why Visit wukalina Walk

The wukalina Walk is an Aboriginal owned and operated trek that both acknowledges and celebrates the history of Tasmania’s Aboriginal people. Through storytelling, guided walks and by getting to know the local elders, people from across the country and the world are invited to experience the history of the people and the land.

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Sights to See

From Stumpys Bay's pristine white beaches and the luxury accommodation constructed in homage to traditional Tasmania Aboriginal homes to Eddystone Point lighthouse and the keeper’s cottage overlooking the Bay of Fires, the sights along the wukalina Walk are many and that’s not even including the native flora and fauna you’ll spot along the way.

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Events & Entertainment

The source of hours of entertainment comes from the stories told by the campfire, intimate dinners enjoyed by candlelight, dreamtime tales told by local elders and taking in the view of the milky way in the dark night sky.

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Food & Drink

Gourmet food and snacks are provided throughout the hike and include delicious morsels like handmade sweets, gourmet dishes made using native ingredients and freshly caught seafood from the ocean waters in front of you.

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When to Visit

Tasmania’s Aboriginal owned and operated wukalina Walk departs from Launceston each Sunday at 8.45am between January and April, between the middle of summer and the end of autumn. Temperatures range between 12 and 24 degrees Celsius during this time of year.

Getting Around

Most of the journey is done on foot, while there will be a shuttle to take you along a scenic drive from Launceston to the north-east coast. Each of the days of the journey require different distance to cover, including 5km on the first, 14km on the second and 17km on the third, and is open to... view

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