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CERES Bay of Fires Nature Immersion

  • Bay of Fires Lodge Nr Ansons Bay, Mount William National Park Tasmania 7292 Australia (map)

Bay of Fires Nature Immersion

A CERES Global Trip


We invite you on a very special journey within the breathtaking Bay of Fires on the north-east coast of Tasmania.  A 5 day nature immersion designed to collectively facilitate  a state of quiet connection with ourselves, each other and the landscape.  This is created through a mix of hiking between 2 – 5 hours a day, stories and conversations in nature, facilitated practices, yoga and meditation.

Let’s build a stunning silence. Open ourselves to sway in the language of stillness.  Let's go back to that wide open space we may have forgotten how to name. Let's remember our intimate entanglement with the natural landscapes around us.

In finding anew our own synergy with the wild we can begin to remember ourselves.

This trip is partnership between CERES Global, naturelab42° and Nature's Apprentice.



We will be staying in the stunning Bay of Fires Lodge – a 5 star eco resort nestled in the coastal heath along the majestic sea shore. Set on a hilltop looking out to the pristine white sandy beaches, aqua blue sea and surrounded National Park, the Lodge is the only building on 20km of coastal wilderness.

The lodge is autonomous in providing and managing its existence combining simplicity of design with comfort.

All accommodation is twin share. Single travellers may be required to share a twin room with another person of the same gender or special requests for a single room can be arranged for an additional price.


The menu is crafted from as much Tasmanian grown produce as possible with a focus on yummy, simple recipes utilising food as medicine principles from a Naturopathic perspective.

We will also have a naturopath joining us giving the opportunity, for those who are interested, to incorporate herbal medicine into the daily experience.

Cost Breakdown

$2390 Includes:

  • Return transfers between Launceston and the walk base
  • 4 nights accommodation at Bay of Fires Lodge
  • Fresh, nutritious meals based on all local Tasmanian ingredients
  • National Park pass
  • Facilitator support
  • 5 days of meditation, yoga, plus nature immersion activities
  • Individualised herbal tincture for each guest
  • Pre trip preparation and support

For More Information


Read our Sustainable Travel Guidelines

See what other people had to say by reading our Testimonials

Learn about our partner NatureLab42

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Amalia Patourakis

Amalia is a naturopath, massage therapist and wilderness walking guide committed to exploring how health, our natural environment and our communities can have a positive interplay that considers and benefits each part of the whole.

Claire Dunn

Claire has a passion for fostering deep connection to earth, self and community, and ‘rewilding’ both our inner and outer landscapes. She has been offering reconnecting and rewilding workshops and retreats since 2005 and is a trained Vision Quest guide. She is the author of her  memoir My Year Without Matches: Escaping the City in Search of the Wild.

Sophie Edwards

Sophie is the CERES Global Coordinator and comes to the trip with her experience as a Tasmanian bushwalking guide and trained Yoga teacher.  She is passionate about experiential learning and challenging people to think about themselves and the world differently. She believes that relationships and stories are what really touch and move people.