Tasmania remains largely forested and intact from major developments, which is crucial, as it is home to hundreds of threatened and endemic species. Australia is very proud of its island, and many eco-tourism destinations have been carefully curated and setup, allowing visitors to see the magic of this place, without having a negative impact on the land.
One of these includes the Wukalina Walk Camp, a four-day walking tour that pays homage to the aboriginal landscapes. The camp’s elegant boardwalks culminate in vaulted wooden half domes, lit dramatically by a fire pit. Designed by Taylor + Hinds Architecture, the tasteful buildout is distinctive, while also not screaming for attention, allowing visitors to drink in the natural scenery and the absolutely stunning stargazing. Via DesignBoom: