The Peninsula has over 8 kilometers of walking tracks throughout the 250 private acres for you to explore. There are a variety of walks to choose from that are all easy walking tracks designed to showcase the stunning scenery, landscape and views on the property.

Eleanor’s Walk – Everybody’s favourite: a one kilometer, 30 minute walk with fantastic views over the D’Entrecasteaux Channel, with an optional short walk down to Pebble Beach.

Seal Rocks – A relaxing 1.5 kilometer, 40 minute walk through the dry peppermint woodlands, across the ridge of Blubber Head and descend into tall moist forest.

Orange Peel – This 1.5 kilometer track starts off through the peppermint woodlands overlooking Lousy Bay to the east with views to the salmon fish farms. The track descends down into heathfields, moorlands and wetlands, quickly crossing a small creekline filled with tea tree.

Blue Rope – This walk is a 1.6km track and takes approximately 45 minutes. It takes you to the western side of the peninsula where you can stop and rest at the picnic table overlooking the bay.

Birdsong – A short walk (500m) and the best track for spotting birds on the property, with dozens of different bush birds calling in the tall stringybark forest, particularly in spring.


A Gentle Stroll Through Paddocks to Spectacular Views

1km, about 20 minutes with an optional stroll to visit Pebble Beach (additional 15 minutes). Wander down through the paddocks via an original farm track to One Tree Point.


Walking To The Wild Edge

1.5km return, about 40 minutes.
Seal Rocks traverses dry peppermint woodland across the ridge of Blubber Head and descends into tall moist forest.


A Taste Of Southwest Tasmania

1.5km return, 30 minutes.
This track starts off through the heathy peppermint woodlands overlooking Lousy Bay to the east, with views to the salmon fish farms.


Wrack Cove Coast Through Dry Woodland

900 metres, plus return (750m) via Blubber Head Rd. Allow approximately 45 minutes.


Tall Forest Rich In Birdlife

500 metres, about 10 minutes.
Birdsong is probably the best area for seeing birds on the property.

The Peninsula Experience Booklet

This booklet seeks to provide to our guests an overview of this unique property. Hopefully, due to the work of the contributors, it enriches the experience of your stay by introducing the history and the flora and fauna of this land and its timelessness. The ethos of The Peninsula is to provide a sanctuary for animals whilst allowing you to enjoy their habitat in quiet luxury with a minimal footprint. With this in mind, we recommend you begin your journey at the gate and enjoy the experience… slowly.

There are a variety of walks on the property, each featuring numbered marker posts that refer to stories contained in this booklet. The first section of the booklet gives you insights into the natural and cultural history of Blubber Head. The booklet is complimentary for all guests at The Peninsula Experience.

All walks are designed to Australian Standards Class 4: graded to be quite easy walking and following distinct tracks, but users will require basic walking gear such as stout shoes, map reading skills and should always exercise common sense. Track conditions vary and obstacles and trip hazards may be encountered along the way. Users take responsibility for their own safety whilst walking.