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Hike and Feast On Three Capes Lodge Walk

Celebrate the winter solstice in 2023 in Tasmania with a twist! ‘Restaurant At The Edge of The World’ returns to Three Capes Lodge Walk in June, and is one not to be missed.

Featuring the full four day walk, guests will experience a special winter inspired gourmet feast by local chef Luke Burgess (Garagistes, Noma), utilising delicious local Tasmanian produce, each course paired with the perfect wines.

But there are more twists on this special edition walk too: storytelling and some live performances make for a very unique adventure!

Get more info on Three Capes Lodge Walk or book this special edition gourmet walk here.

A Fraction Stronger is the inspirational first-hand account of Queenslander Mark Berridge’s survival and finding hope in the darkest of moments after a death-defying bicycle accident.

Mark’s life changed forever the day he crashed over the handle bars of his bike into a storm water drain while out cycling, seriously damaging his spinal cord and nerves, and thus his ability to move.

Faced with extensive time in hospital and rehabilitation, his new journey with limited mobility commenced, plaguing him with demons, fear and uncertainty. He had to dig deep, find hope and a way through the seemingly impossible moments.

For Mark, hiking the Three Capes Lodge Walk provided just the motivation for him to keep going. And the victory was sweet when in late 2021 he achieved his goal.

Mark says it’s not about the fall, it’s about how you choose to get up.

“Purposeful goals can hitch us out of the mire of our tough moments to see the better moments ahead. I wanted to improve my physical capability in a sustained way, but I needed a new tangible incentive. I refined my objective to a specific event – reaching Cape Pillar – as a waypoint for the broader goal. A lighthouse on my recovery journey.”

“Without lanterns – like Cape Pillar – to elevate my outlook, I would be less capable of navigating towards my short term and longer-term objectives. I would miss positive feedback on the gains I have made and their potency to reinvigorate my effort and belief.”

“Our world is amazing. Life has been and can continue to be invigorating if we push our boundaries and pursue new possibilities. We can strive to nourish ourselves with fabulous experiences, especially challenging ones like the Three Capes Walk was for me. The memories are priceless, but so is the growth we gain whilst trying to attain them.”

Read more about Mark’s inspirational journey on the Three Capes Lodge Walk in his article Finding Your Pillars, hear about more of his story in the video below, or order the book A Fraction Stronger from his website now.

Congratulations to Murray River Trails – home of the Murray River Walk – and Tasmanian Walking Company – home of Bay of Fires Lodge Walk, Cradle Mountain Huts Walk and Three Capes Lodge Walk for earning gold in eco-tourism at their state tourism awards!

Murray River Trails took out the top gong at the 2021 South Australian Tourism Awards for an astonishing fourth year in a row, adding to their Hall of Fame status earned last year.

Tasmanian Walking Company meanwhile earned it’s place in the Tasmanian Tourism Awards for the first time , after winning it’s third gold award in the category in 2021.

Both Murray River Trails and Tasmanian Walking Company will go on to compete in the national Australian Tourism Awards, to be held in March 2022.

Good luck to both teams and congratulations on a well deserved win!

Find out more about our gold-award winning walks here:

Murray River Walk

Cradle Mountain Huts Walk

Three Capes Lodge Walk

Bay Of Fires Lodge Walk

Several last minute places departing July 2 are now up for grabs on the inaugural curated gourmet journey on the Three Capes Lodge Walk, called Restaurant At The End World.

Taking in the full four day, three night hike through Tasman National Park in Tasmania, this special edition of the Three Capes Lodge Walk will see guests treated to spectacular chef prepared Tasmanian food and wine, and musical and storytelling adventures, unfolding over three enchanting nights as you journey from lodge to lodge.

With several departures in June and July, coinciding with Dark Mofo in Hobart, dates for this limited edition 2021 winter walking experience sold out nearly instantly when first released. And trust us, what’s in store for guests is worth the hype!

Snap up the rare few places available now – more info and bookings here.