Wild Island Women – A Weeknight in the Wild – Short Hike – Hobart


Tasmanian Travel & Information Centre

Elizabeth Street, Hobart, TAS 7000

Hobart, TAS, AU, 7000

A mini retreat for the modern day woman. Escape daily demands, remember your roots + reconnect to your wild feminine nature.

Wild Island Women – Weeknights in the Wild – Short Hiking Series.

As locals ladies living in Lutruwita we’re never far from nature’s wild places. Join a small group of ladies called to gather in remembrance to our connection to the land, one another and ourselves. Together we will rediscover accessible hikes located within approximately a 20 minute drive from Hobart’s CBD . We aim to run each trip starting at 5:30 pm and finishing around 8 pm.

Our hiking evenings are a perfect opportunity for local ladies to build fitness and confidence in a supportive environment and/or simply connect and be immersed in nature for a few hours.  Come alone and make new friends or bring your friends along!


  • Guided evening hike with Qualified Leader Fiona Weave and an assistant female guide.
  • A healthy snack and herbal tea if you have time at completion.


  • Walking shoes. Hiking boots are preferred but not necessary
  • Water-bottle
  • Wet weather jacket. 
  • Hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Small day pack for personal items

To keep our prices affordable and Fiona out of the office please note we can only offer refunds if weather is unsafe for hiking. We cannot accommodate transfers or refunds after booking is confirmed.

As weather is subject to change we will provide specific meeting points for each of the hikes 5 days prior to departure via your email provided at checkout. All hike start points will be located within a 20 minute drive from Hobart CBD and will be at locations such as Cascade/Hobart Rivulet, Fern Tree, Lenah Valley/ Mount Stuart and surrounds.

*In order to best manage the group and the limited daylight hours and late start times we recommend participants have reasonable fitness and are walking moderately 1 hour 3 x a week.  We will be walking at a moderate supportive pace.  First time hikers welcome!