The nights on Maria Island are as special as the days.

After a day of walking, you will relax in comfortable, elegant accommodation. The first two nights are in beautiful wilderness camps and the last night we stay in the historic Bernacchi House in the UNESCO world heritage listed settlement of Darlington. Our accommodation is provided exclusively for our guests and allows you to feel completely immersed in the wilderness and history of Maria Island

Wilderness Glamping

This isn’t camping as you know it. Our African safari style wilderness camps are located only moments from stunning beaches, tucked away in the beautiful surrounding forest. They are specially designed to have a small environmental footprint with bush showers and clean composting toilets. You’ll fall asleep in a comfortable bed in your own bush cabin to the sound of waves gently lapping nearby and wake to the sound of birds in the forest.
A beautiful experience on its own.

Bernacchi House

The last night on Maria Island is another memory you’ll cherish. You’ll be staying in the beautifully restored Bernacchi House at Darlington, a rare, heritage listed house dating back to 1880. Enjoy hot showers with beautiful bath products and relax in front of the fire with your new friends. The front verandah is a great place to spot Tasmanian devils at sunset. After a final night’s banquet take a stroll on to the veranda and marvel at the millions of stars and the fragrance of the lavender garden below.
Then it’s off to bed to dream about an experience you’ve had that will last a lifetime.