Located within Tasmania’s Mount William National Park, the Bay of Fires Lodge is only accessible to guests participating in the four-day Bay of Fires walk which runs from October through May each year. This spectacular nature walk takes place in a remote, pristine corner of Tasmania. Guides lead intimate groups on one to seven-hour walks along secluded beaches and other enchanting landscapes hopping with wildlife. Dolphins and whales dance their way along the coast, and back on land there are wombats, wallabies, Tassie devils, kangaroos, and 100 bird species to discover. Aside from walking and wildlife spotting, walkers can go kayaking, fishing, and snorkeling. Evening accommodation begins at a beachside camp and culminates in two nights at the Bay of Fires Lodge - a stylish wilderness retreat perched in the hilltops above thrashing surf, and surrounded by rugged coastal nature. Private bedrooms (there are 10) observe pristine sea or bush landscapes. The Lodge also offers a handsome living area with a huge open fire, where guests can unwind after a day of exploration. Gourmet meals showcase fresh, seasonal local produce and are accompanied by fine Tasmanian wines. The award-winning Lodge eco spa comes with an exquisite outdoor bathing pavilion. Ancient Aboriginal techniques and native bush ingredients feature in signature treatments which have been designed to soothe and reward worn out bodies. The four-day, three-night trip includes all meals, accommodations, guides, and some equipment.