‘Whosoever is delighted in solitude is either a wild beast or a god’.
Pack your bags for the ultimate Dark Mofo adventure: a wintry pilgrimage into the dark heart of Tasmania’s wilderness. For a stouthearted few, it’s time to hit the open road (or kick back on the bus) for a weird and wild two-night sleepover in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, curated by the Unconscious Collective.
On Monday, take in some of Tasmania’s lesser-known attractions in an offbeat self-guided road trip to Cradle, before checking out the opening night of a new exhibition by contemporary artist Ash Keating. Later, enjoy a wild night in with a curated in-room experience at your hotel, complete with an outdoor spa and pop-up forest bar.
Come Tuesday, test your fortitude in the face of the elements (and your hangover) with a tour of Dove Lake and Waldheim Chalet, chaperoned by our psycho pomp guides. As night falls, we head indoors for a dark and decadent banquet designed by UK culinary artists, Bompas & Parr. Wild fare hunted and prepared by Tassie chef Ross O’Meara. Carnivorous and herbivorous banquet options are available.