Exploring the South West
The South West of Tasmania has become a popular destination to explore Tasmania's beautiful world heritage wilderness. There are a number of ways to reach and explore the South West and the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage area.
Flights to Melaleuca
Flying is the easiest and one of the most scenic ways to explore the South West and provides you with an amazing aerial view of the peaks around the South West and the amazing coastline. Par Avion run regular flights between Hobart and Melaleuca with options for both a half and full day trip into the South West that includes the a boat ride around Melaleuca inlet with opportunities to spot rare wildlife such as the Orange Bellied Parrot.
Book Par Avion flights online
Sea Kayaking in the South West
Sea Kayaking is one of the best ways to explore the waterways around Bathurst Harbour and the South West wilderness. Kayaking allows you to get up close to wild life and explore where powered vehicles can't go.
Roaring 40s run three and seven day trips in the South West that include scenic flights in and out, equipment, meals and accommodation utilising both specially designed huts and spacious tents. Trips run throughout the summer months.
Book a 3 or 7 day exploration of the South West with Roaring 40s
Sailing in the South West
If you are looking for a luxury option then there is no better way to reach and explore the South West than from a privately chartered Yacht. Hobart Yachts run a number of private charters each year sailing from Hobart that allow you to enjoy the amazing scenery as well as a convenient floating hotel. You can also jump in a kayak while there if you want to go and explore on your own.
Book a Port Davey charter with Hobart Yachts
Walking the South Coast Track
The South Coast Track is considered one of the hardest walks in Australia with plenty of mud, river crossings and to keep experienced walkers on their toes.
Tasmanian Expeditions offer a guided walk along the South Coast Track that starts with a scenic flight in and ends after nine days in Cockle Creek at the end of the road.