THREE CAPES TRACK TRANSPORT
WE ARE PROUD PARTNERS OF THE EXCITING NEW THREE CAPES TRACK
The Three Capes Track is a multi-day walking experience taking in spectacular views to Cape Pillar, Cape Hauy and Cape Raoul. Walk along the edge of the tallest sea cliffs in Australia, breathe fresh ocean air and let the nature's drama unfold.
You'll begin your experience at the World Heritage-listed Port Arthur Historic Site. Feel the excitement build as you embark on an unforgettable cruise on our brand new vessel "The Blade". Explore deep sea caves, sand dunes, ancient dolerite cliffs and abundant bird life. The view of the rugged coastline will provide you with a glimpse of what's to come.
Over four days and three nights, you’ll walk 46 kilometres of cliff-hugging wilderness, taking in tall eucalypt forests, lush rainforest, sparkling bays, colourful coastal heathland and abundant wildlife. Managed by the Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service the Three Capes Track is located within the Tasman National Park.
At the end of each day relax and enjoy the sweeping views from the comfort of your cabin. Inside, the communal dining areas have generous benches with cooking stoves, while sleeping areas have bunk rooms with comfortable mattresses. Outside, expansive timber decks provide space for reflection, or for meeting new friends from around the world.
Return to Port Arthur with fond memories of your wild and wonderful Three Capes Trackexperience.
Promote code: PCT006
Hobart/Port Arthur Bus Timetable
Hobart to Port Arthur Bus
8.00am departure from Pennicott Wilderness Journeys, Hobart.
8.30am pickup at Hobart Airport (prior arrangement only)
9.45am drop off at Port Arthur Historic Site
Port Arthur to Hobart Bus
4.45pm departure from Port Arthur Historic Site
6.15pm drop off at Hobart Airport
6.45pm drop off at Pennicott Wilderness Journeys, Hobart
Note: You can catch either the 2pm or 4pm shuttle from Fortescue Bay (arranged when you book the Three Capes Track). Both allow you to travel on our bus back to Hobart.
Hobart Departure Point
Pennicott Wilderness Journeys, Dock Head Building on Franklin Wharf, next to the Constitution Dock Lifting Bridge on Hobart's Waterfront.