Red Nose Hike for Hope - Three Capes 2025

“Join us in March 2025! Over four unforgettable days you'll explore some of Tasmania's most breathtaking sights, while bringing hope and healing to grieving families when they need it most.”

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5 - 8 March 2025

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$2,950 $2,800

Trip Cost

Paid upfront or in instalments



Challenge Grade

Give Back to the Community


Fundraising Target

As a bonus for our Red Nose families, if you sign up before July 31st, you’ll receive $150 off!

The Difference You'll Make

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This initiative isn’t just about hiking.

This trek is a testament to the resilience and determination of our participants, who will not only challenge themselves but also raise funds to support grieving families and save little lives.

As you tackle Tasmania’s stunning coastline and experience its beauty, every step taken is a step towards understanding stillbirth and SIDS, with the ultimate goal of preventing pregnancy loss and infant death.

Every dollar you raise will help:

  • Fund the latest world-class research to prevent SIDS and stillbirth
  • Save little lives through education and awareness programs
  • Support families going through the heartbreak of losing a baby or child

Join us for the experience of a lifetime, and bring hope for life after loss, and hope for a future where we can stop little lives being cut short altogether.

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How it works



Pay upfront or in flexible instalments.
Cancel more than 90 days before departure to receive refund options (excluding deposit).
For more details, see our FAQs.
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Make a difference

Commit to raising the minimum fundraising target and make a positive difference to worthwhile causes.

You'll be supported by our team of fundraising experts to reach and exceed your fundraising goals.


Be part of a team

Join like-minded travellers and the Red Nose team, united in an adventurous spirit and commitment to making a positive impact in the world. Make lifelong friends during a shared challenge experience.

Trip notes

Day 1, Wednesday, 5th March 2025: Hobart - Crescent Bay and Mount Brown 

Day 1, Wednesday, 5th March 2025: Hobart - Crescent Bay and Mount Brown 

It’s time for the adventure of a lifetime! This morning, meet our guides at 7:45 am at the Hotel Grand Chancellor in Hobart before we make our way to the Remarkable Caves to begin our walk for the day. The first part of the hike crosses a series of sand dunes covered in coastal heath vegetation, offering westerly views back towards Cape Raoul. The track then opens out into a gaping cavity known as Maingon Blowhole, then heads inland onto the lower knolls of Mount Brown where a series of cairns will direct our ascent. The walk up to the summit is moderately steep, with views over Cape Pillar, Tasman Island, Arthurs Peak and further south to Cape Raoul and Bruny Island. Once back on the main track we reach Crescent Bay, an incredibly beautiful and often sparsely populated beach. After the day’s walk, we head back to our accommodation for a rest and then dinner. 

Accommodation: Cabins, twin-share

Trekking distance: 9 km

Meals: L D

Day 2, Thursday, 6th March 2025: Cape Raoul

Day 2, Thursday, 6th March 2025: Cape Raoul

We begin our walk today out to Cape Raoul. Offering some of the most spectacular coastal lookouts in Tasmania, Cape Raoul is an excellent return day walk within the Tasman National Park. With only a few steep sections, this is a comfortable walk allowing ample time to relax and enjoy the expansive views of the surrounding Tasman Peninsula and further south to Bruny Island. 

We start walking through heathland and after a short gradual climb we cross a bridge above a small gully. The bushland then opens up with spectacular views of the incredible cliffs where Cape Raoul is just beyond the lower plateau to the east. A short distance to our right is another open section of the cliff top showing a stunning view down to Shipstern Bluff, beyond to Bruny Island and Tasmania’s southern coast. The trail heads east from here along the cliff tops, descending the steepest part of the trail first onto the Cape Raoul plateau. Once on the plateau, the landscape changes to stunning coastal banksia scrub and soon we see our first glimpses of the northern coastline including Mt Brown, Arthurs Peak and Mt Fortescue. Situated a little further east, are the impressive 300-metre-high cliffs of Cape Pillar.

Accommodation: Cabins, twin-share

Trekking distance: 14 km 

Meals: B L D

Day 3: Friday, 7th March 2025: Fortescue Bay to Cape Hauy

Day 3: Friday, 7th March 2025: Fortescue Bay to Cape Hauy

We depart from the Lodge this morning and head off for the day’s walk to Cape Hauy. The walk starts at a beautiful cove and there are some steep sections with stairs. There is a steep climb at the start and end of the walk, but once at the top of the first saddle, extensive panoramic views stretch far north past the Forester coast to Maria Island and south, detailing the ridges of Cape Pillar. Towards the end, the track follows the cliff's edge, providing spectacular views. The final segment of the trail, before reaching a large plateau, is quite steep and narrow but we are able to clearly view the exceptional rock formations of the Candlestick and Totem Pole, large columns of dolerite rocking out of the ocean. 

We then return via the same route, via numerous stairs. We have some free time in the afternoon to explore the area before dinner. 

Accommodation: Cabins, twin-share

Trekking distance: 8 km

Meals: B L D

Day 4. Saturday, 8th March 2025: Wilderness Cruise - Hobart

Day 4. Saturday, 8th March 2025: Wilderness Cruise - Hobart

Today we head out for our final day on a 3-hour award-winning Wilderness Cruise with Pennicott Journeys. Make sure to dress warmly - warm jackets, scarves, beanies and gloves are recommended. Waterproofs are supplied by the cruise company. The boat passes close by the spectacular rock formations along the coastline where we have walked over the past three days and stops regularly for easy viewing and photography. See seals, albatross, white-bellied sea eagles and enjoy an exhilarating ride on this fantastic cruise. We will return back to Hobart, arriving at around 4:30 pm, to say our goodbyes to our guides and teammates after a memorable 4 days together. If you are leaving tonight, please book return flights home departing after 6 pm. 

Meals: B L 

Includes: Transfers as per itinerary • Accommodation in cabins based on twin-share, shared bathrooms • Meals as per itinerary • Professional trekking guides • Entrance fees as per itinerary • 3-hour wilderness cruise • National Parks entry fees

Excludes: Airfares • Airport transfers • Pre- & post-tour accommodation in Hobart • Travel insurance (highly recommended) • Soft drinks and alcoholic beverages • Personal expenses • Tips and gratuities

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Why you'll love this adventure

  • Marvel at Tasmania's breathtaking landscapes, and experience varied trails from beaches to cliff tops.
  • Spot seals, albatross, and sea eagles, particularly during the Wilderness Cruise on your final day.
  • Connect with like-minded adventurers, forming bonds over shared stories and experiences during the trek.
  • Raise vital funds for Red Nose and help fund world-class research to save little lives.

Frequently asked questions

Can't find the answer to your question? Get in touch via email ( or phone (1300 905 188). We’re always here to help!

About the adventure

How challenging is this adventure?

This adventure is ranked 3.5/5. While no extensive trekking experience is required prior to registering, our adventures are specifically designed for people who are relatively fit and willing to train. The Three Capes Trek is a physical challenge, involving trekking approximately 31 kilometres over 3 days. The fitter you are, the more you will enjoy the experience. 

You will be well supported on the adventure, with the guides and your team all cheering you on. You are free to move at your own pace and we will take frequent breaks. 

How many people will be on my adventure? 

We believe small group travel is better for the planet, and better for you. Our adventures average between 10 - 20 participants, connected by their commitment to the greater good.

Can I join an Inspired Adventure on my own?

Of course, most people do! Throughout your adventure journey, we will connect you with your fellow adventurers so you can get to know each other before you hit the road.

What is the general age range of participants?

The minimum age for this adventure is 18, however younger ages are considered on application. We have had participants aged 16–84+ take part in our challenges, all united by their sense of philanthropy and adventure.

Who is Inspired Adventures?

Red Nose has partnered with Inspired Adventures to bring you this adventure of a lifetime. Over the last 19 years, Inspired Adventures has taken over 8,000 people, just like you, on adventures all around the world, raising over $46 million for important causes. When you choose to travel with Inspired Adventures and Red Nose, you can be confident you’re in the best hands.

Fitness and training

How do I train for this adventure? 

We will provide you with information on how to prepare for your adventure when you register. In addition, we recommend that you consult your GP and a personal trainer to develop a training plan that will prepare you for the challenge.

As part of your training, we recommend making use of your free time to complete several day hikes. You should aim to be able to walk in hilly terrain for 5+ hours comfortably and get up and do it again the next day.

It is sensible to start training as early as possible before you go on your trek. 


What is the accommodation like? 

Accommodation on this adventure is twin-share in a lodge style cabins, with shared bathrooms where you will be based for all three nights.

Will I be sharing accommodation?

Accommodation on this adventure is based on twin-share. You will be staying in wilderness cottages and lodges, with bathrooms shared between up to four people. You will be paired with a teammate of the same gender and, whenever possible, age group. Single rooms are available at an additional cost and subject to availability.

What to expect

I’m travelling with a friend, can we stay together?

Absolutely! If you’re travelling with a friend, please make note of this and we will pair you together.

I have dietary requirements, will I be catered for? 

Of course, we will happily arrange for any dietary requirements you’ve noted during booking to be catered for. Please advise your local guide on Day 1 as well. You will be fed very well while you’re on the adventure, but if you have a very specific dietary requirement or severe allergies, often it’s best to pack some extra things as back-up.

What happens if there is a medical emergency?

Providing the safest possible environment is our highest priority and we have an outstanding safety record. All Inspired Adventures guides are first aid trained and well-equipped to handle any medical emergencies.


How do I fundraise?

Never fundraised before? Not sure where to start? No worries, we don’t expect you to do it alone. You will have regular support from the Inspired Adventures fundraising team, who will help you make a fundraising plan to meet your target. Alongside personalised coaching, we will also send you lots of ideas and resources on how to fundraise. From online fundraising to trivia nights, to bake sales and out-of-the-box ideas, we have years and years of tried and tested tips to make your fundraising a success.

What happens if I don’t meet my fundraising target? 

It’s normal to worry you won’t meet your fundraising target, but we know you can do it. In fact, with the support of Inspired Adventures, almost everyone goes on to raise far more than they imagined. 

By registering for the adventure, you agree to raise the minimum fundraising amount specified. Like you, we are looking to make a significant impact for our charity partners, so the goal is for each person to have met their fundraising target before departure. If you fail to raise the minimum fundraising target by this time, we will review the situation on a case-by-case basis.

I’m travelling with a friend, can we fundraise together? 

Absolutely! Fundraising with a friend is a great idea. Just remember the fundraising target is per person, so you will each need to meet the minimum fundraising goal to participate. We know you can do it.

Will the funds raised go directly to Red Nose? 

Yes, all of your fundraising will go directly to Red Nose. Only the travel costs are payable to Inspired.

Is my donation tax-deductible?

The funds raised for Red Nose are tax-deductible (conditions apply).

Payments, cancellations and refunds

How much does it cost to participate in this adventure? 

The total cost to participate in this adventure is $2,950 (inclusive of a $950 non-refundable deposit).

In addition, you are also committing to raising $3,000 (per person) for Red Nose.

What happens if I need to cancel?

If you find yourself unable to attend, please notify us as soon as possible.

  • Cancellation within 5 days of registration will receive a full refund.
  • Cancellations more than 90 days prior to departure will receive a full refund minus the $950 deposit.
  • Cancellations within 90 days of departure will receive no refund. Where applicable, we can provide assistance in making a travel insurance claim.

Travel insurance and visas

Do I need to have insurance?

Travel insurance is highly recommended for domestic adventures to cover cancellation, hospital, emergency evacuation and lost luggage. We recommend purchasing your policy as soon as possible. It is up to you to ensure you have fully comprehensive travel insurance and you will need to share these details with our team before departure. For more information, please visit


All information is subject to change and will be confirmed upon your registration.

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