In this tour you will visit one of the most secluded parts of Tasmania and one of the most beautiful places in the state. We will journey up the east coast of Tasmania to the small town of Triabunna. We will then board the Maria Island ferry and cruise across the Mercury Passage to the main settlement of Darlington. This is a non functional historic town from the convict era / industrial era of Maria Island with lots of fascinating history to discover. This town only has restroom facilities, a ranger station and push bike hire services available, besides that there are no other services or shops. You must bring your own lunch and drinks in a day pack for this tour. We will provide bottled water for your convenience. After visiting Darlington we will continue on to our day walk to your chosen part of the Island. There are two options available for day walks : North of Darlington, The Fossil Cliffs & Reservoir Tracks. The Fossil Cliffs contains views of the impressive sea cliffs, the reservoir track is a lovely walk through Maria’s lush bushlands. The other option is South of Darlington, which is a walk down to the stunning Painted Cliffs and back via the inland track. Maria Island is filled with wildlife freely walking around, you may encounter a Wombat or even a Tassie Devil. This experience will not disappoint for the nature & animal loving enthusiasts and proves to be one of the best experiences we have on offer.