Tasmania's newest tourism drawcard - a 46km track stretching across Tasman National Park - is an explorer's dream. Throwing open its gates in 2015, the Three Capes Track is more than just your average hiking track - it's designed as a three-night, four-day escape complete with stylish hiking huts that include welcome home comforts like mattresses, cooking facilities and toilets. As you'd expect, there's no shortage of spectacular cliffside views, but with just 48 people permitted to start the walk each day, this track manages to avoid the overcrowding that can dilute the magic of stumbling upon a moment of solitude in a remote landscape. Just don't forget your bathers; it's near sacrilege not to celebrate the end of your hike with a dip in the crystal clear waters of Fortescue Bay.
From $495 per person, threecapestrack.com.au
Pull on those hiking boots, take a wander and discover the wilderness, white sands and wholesome tranquillity that lies at your fingertips in Australia's spectacular backyard. When you're craving a taste of the great outdoors, take inspiration from our five top treks to explore.
This article is presented by Three Capes Track