Tour ID: 10044481
Choose this tour and you will see all Tasmania has to offer. You have to be able to take 7 days of magnificent scenery and fantastic experiences, this tour is amazing! You get to see the Wild West Coast, the glorious East Coast, Port Arthur and the Tasman Peninsula and of course the Beautiful Bruny Island.
Soo many highlights they all can't be mentioned!
Don’t rush Tasmania - do it to the max on this tour! We guarantee EVERY TOUR DEPARTURE.
Day 1 - First up is the pristine wilderness of Mount Field National Park. See beautiful Russell Falls and some of the tallest trees on earth! Look out for the Tasmanian Pademelons hopping around, they’re unique to Tas!
We stop for lunch at Australia’s deepest lake, peaceful Lake St Clair. If you’re lucky you might see a platypus :-) From here we drive through the stunning Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. The incredible views stretch in all directions. See the quartzite peak of Frenchmans Cap, and the iconic Franklin River winding its way through the valley below.
Overnight - Jump Holiday House @ Tullah
Day 2 - An action packed day today on Tassie’s wild West Coast. First up we make our way through lush rainforest to Montezuma Falls - Tasmania’s highest waterfall.
The beautiful fishing town of Strahan is our lunch stop today - immerse yourself in the beauty and history of what was once one of the most remote outposts of the British Empire.
Close by are the massive Henty Dunes - climb to the top for a wonderful view across the Southern Ocean and do some JUMPING!
Overnight - Jump Holiday House @ Tullah
Day 3 - Cradle Mountain day! This stunning Tasmanian icon is a place to take in slowly - we stay 4 hours with a range of hikes and other activities to let you enjoy Cradle to the max!
After Cradle it’s time for lunch in the “Town of Murals”. Look out for the alpaca man!
In the afternoon it’s time to enjoy Tassie’s fine foods with a stop at the Honey Farm. We stay gourmet with an opportunity to try delicious hot smoked salmon later.
In the evening we reach Tasmania’s northern capital, the garden city of Launceston.
Overnight - Launceston
Day 4 - Today we head east to admire the amazing memorial carvings at Legerwood and taste the cheesy delights of the Pyengana Dairy Company.
In the afternoon it’s time for the highlight of the day - the stunning Bay of Fires. With some of the whitest sand and clearest water you’ll ever see, take your time to explore the beach or maybe take a swim.
In the evening we arrive at our accommodation in the seaside town of Bicheno. As darkness falls head to the beach to see the fairy penguins come ashore to nest.
Overnight - Bicheno
Day 5 - Today we’ll see another Tassie icon - the gorgeous sparkling waters of Wineglass Bay in Freycinet National Park. Fantastic views are on offer from the lookout and from the beach itself, or if you’re really keen, hike up Mount Amos!
Our optional activity this morning is to see the wildlife at East Coast Natureworld - soon after we arrive it’s feeding time for the Tasmanian devils, wombats, kangaroos, koalas and many more animals that call the park home. (Extra cost)
In the afternoon we head inland to the historic town of Ross (whose bakery is particularly well known to our Japanese guests!). Later on we head south down the highway to Hobart.
Overnight - Hobart
Day 6 - Today we head east, stopping first at the beautiful historic village of Richmond. The highlight of the day is the opportunity to check out Tasmania’s convict heritage at Port Arthur.
There’s no rush with plenty of time to see the sights on the included guided walking tour and harbour cruise. Hear about the harsh conditions that the earliest European residents of Tasmania experienced after being sent across the world.
Later on you’ll have the opportunity to taste fine Tasmanian chocolate, enjoy the stunning Waterfall Bay walk, check out the zany Doo-Town and admire the Devil’s Kitchen & Tasman Arch.
Overnight - Hobart
Day 7 - Just a short ferry ride from the Tasmanian mainland, spectacular Bruny Island is a feast for the senses. We taste delicious Bruny Island Cheese and walk to the Neck Lookout at the centre of the island, with incredible 360 degree views. At Cape Bruny we’ll try to spot Bruny’s famous white wallabies, walk to the lighthouse and watch the surf roll in. At Adventure Bay, choose between an award winning Bruny Island Cruise (extra cost) or the beautiful Fluted Cape walk. Local oysters can be purchased on our drive back to the ferry.
Return to Hobart by 6:30pm
Dorm room accommodation for each night of the tour, sheets and blankets, national park fees, Bruny Island Ferry fees, Port Arthur Historic Site entry fee, guided walking tour and harbour cruise.
Optional visit to Wildlife Park & Tasmanian Devil Sanctuary, $20 per person
7 Days/6 Nights
7:30 AM Daily
6:00PM on final day
Tour departs Mondays and Sundays from May to November, and Daily from December to April.
Please nominate one of the below pick up points when making your booking;
7.20am @ Montacute Boutique Bunkhouse, wait at 95 Hampden Road Battery Point.
7.30am @ Pickled Frog Backpackers, 281 Liverpool Street.
7.40am @ St David's Cathedral, Murray Street (opposite Hadleys Hotel).
7.40am @ Hobart Visitor Information Centre.
7.45am @ YHA Central Hobart, 9 Argyle Street.
7.45am @ Tassie Backpackers @ The Brunswick Hotel, 67 Liverpool Street.
Shoes to walk in, rain jacket, swimmers (board shorts/ bikini etc), suncream, warm clothes
Minimum age 12 years
Under 18's must be accompanied by an adult and must upgrade to private room
Hobart, Bicheno, Launceston, St Helens, Deloraine, Cradle Mountain, Port Arthur, Sheffield, Wineglass Bay, Bay of Fires, Strahan, Richmond, Russell Falls, Derwent Valley, Derwent River, New Norfolk, Lake St Clair, Freycinet National Park, Mt Field, Tullah, Coles Bay, Dunalley, The Tarkine and Bruny Island
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