Wukalina Walk

4 days - Guided Walk Package
Day 1 - Launceston to krakani lumi - Mountain and inland journey

Arrive Tasmanian Elders Centre in Launceston at 8:45am. Enjoy a cuppa while preparing your walking kits. Guests enjoy a scenic drive from Launceston while learning about the Aboriginal and European history of the district. The cultural walk begins at Stumpy’s Bay in wukalina/Mt William National Park. Arrive at a purpose-built base camp (krakani lumi) at Cobler Rocks.

distance – 11km
difficulty – medium
walk time – 4.5 hours

Day 2 - Coastal journey

After breakfast guests will be guided along a traditional coastal pathway. Lunch will be served back at the Standing Camp, following which our guides will lead cultural sessions. After a traditional dinner including mutton bird, wallaby, and doughboys, guests will enjoy a starlight night walk.

Guests may encounter native wildlife such as wombats (prupalatina), wallabies (payathanima) and kangaroos, as well as possums and many more of Australia’s famous critters in this untouched landscape.

distance – 5km
difficulty – medium
walk time – 2 hours

Day 3 - krakani lumi to larapuna (Coastal journey)

A guided walk south along the pure white sands and rocky headlands, with lunch at Marsupial Lawns. Arrive on the Aboriginal held land of larapuna (Eddystone Point lighthouse precinct). You will experience native wildlife close-up, including wombats and wallabies.

distance – 17km
difficulty – medium to hard
walk time – 6 hours

Day 4 - larapuna and return to Launceston

You will have the opportunity to explore the larapuna precinct and surrounds and participate in cultural activities practiced in the local area for thousands of years. Enjoy exclusive tour of Eddystone Lighthouse and talk with Aboriginal Elder/respected community member. A BBQ lunch is served prior to the drive back to Launceston via a ‘quirky café’ stop in Derby. You will arrive back into Launceston at approximately 4:30pm.