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Tasmania National Parks Cradle Mountain Tasmania

Tasmania Tour - 13 Day Highlight Package

Day of Arrival Our Tasmania Tour is a great package and all you need to do is fly to Hobart. Your holiday includes one night pre-tour and the final night in Hobart. Arrive at any time the day prior our advertised departure and explore the city at your own leisure. Take a sightseeing tour on the Hop On Hop Off Bus, marvel at the exhibits of Mona Art Gallery, take a stroll in the Botanical Gardens, Salamanca Market or along the waterfront. Overnight in Hobart

Mount Wellington TasmaniaHobart Waterfront

Day 1 
Today we depart Hobart and drive to Bruny Island. A short 15 minute ferry ride sees us on the island early morning with plenty of time to explore and taste the delicious products on offer. Throughout the day we witness stunning scenery, lookouts, sweeping sandy beaches, pristine coastline and coves plus the rare white wallabies. With our belly full of tasty delights, we start making our journey back to the mainland and onto New Norfolk. There is time to go for a walk to the historic township either before or after our delicious dinner at the Junction Restaurant. 
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Overnight in New Norfolk

The Neck Bruny IslandRare White Wallabies

Day 2 This morning we head to the unspoilt wilderness of Mount Field National Park and take a stunning walk through giant green rain forests arriving at Russell Falls, the most photographed waterfall in Tasmania. Continue onto Lake St. Clair, the deepest lake of Australia. Visit the park centre and experience the beauty of the Watersmeet Walk. We make our way to our overnight stay in Queenstown, the once richest mining town of the world. 
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Overnight in Queenstown

Day 3 
Step back in time with a train journey departing Queenstown Station and travelling the steep grades of the rack and pinion that the West Coast Wilderness Railway is renowned for. The King River Gorge and old growth rainforest complete our experience. We drive to the historic township of Strahan later in the afternoon and check into our accommodation for the next two nights. 
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Overnight in Strahan

Gordon River Cruise Captains Deck Queenstown Wilderness Railway

Day 4 Today we board the Lady Jane Franklin II for the Gordon River World Heritage Cruise. Experience the West Coast's pristine wilderness in comfort of a window reclining seat as we meander through Hells Gate, 2000 year old rainforests and 190 year old convict settlement. After our tranquil cruise stroll the streets of Strahan and soak up the history and sights at your own leisure. We spend a second night in Strahan. 
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Overnight in Strahan 

Day 5 Venture to the wild northern end of Cradle Mountain Lake St. Clair National Park. Discover the World Heritage Area breathing in the pure air with a walk around Lake Dove and through button grass moorland along the edges of Pencil Pine Creek on the Enchanted Walk. Spend the night at our 4 star Cradle Mountain accommodation nestled in a secluded bush setting. 
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Overnight at Cradle Mountain  

Cradle Mountain WalksCradle Mountain
 
Day 6 With extra time on our hand you can walk an additional trail through the Cradle Mountain area or fly high with the local helicopter taking in a birds eye view of the mountain and surrounding gorges. Leaving this spectacular wilderness behind us we make our way to Stanley, a charming fishing village. We take a guided tour of the Historic Site Highfield in Stanley and you will have time for exploring the streets, a stroll along the beach, or just unwind and relax. 
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Overnight in Stanley  

The NutHighfield Historic SiteThe Edge of the World

Day 7 This morning we travel into the Tarkine where we experience unique flora and fauna, wild river landscapes and dramatic coastlines. Witness the Edge of the World at Point Gardiner and walk along the coast before we continue along the Tarkine Drive to Sumac Lookout and Kanunnah Bridge. Back at Stanley we take an exhilarating climb to the summit of The Nut or an easy chairlift journey up and down the most photographed land formation of Tasmania. Either way the views and peaceful air will be worth the effort.  
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Overnight in Stanley  

Day 8
Today spoil your taste buds with local produce at its best. We leave the North West corner of Tasmania with Launceston as our final destination later in the day. Our first stop takes us to Sheffield. Once a centre for industry, the town has reinvented itself as an art community. Be inspired by the many murals in town telling us stories of the past. After lunch we continue with some delicious cheese at the Ashgrove Farm. Enjoy afternoon tea at the Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm before we drive the last stretch to Launceston. We arrive mid afternoon with plenty of time to take the Zic Zac Walk to Cataract Gorge. In the reserve you can walk across the suspension bridge or stroll around the wonderful gardens. Finish the day with a yummy restaurant dinner.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Overnight in Launceston 

Cataract Gorge ReserveTamar Valley Wine Tasting

Day 9 After a well earned sleep in or morning walk in Kings Park, we follow the Tamar River to Bradley's Lookout. Enjoy the magnificent views of the Tamar Valley, distant mountains and vineyards. Tamar Valley is the largest grape growing region in Tasmania with many boutique cellar doors. We will visit two wineries for a structured wine tasting. Our next stop takes us to the Tamar Island Wetland Centre. Take a short walk to the bird hide to observe the wetland birds on the lagoon, follow the boardwalk a little further to the island or chat to one of the volunteers in the wetland centre. Back in Launceston you can join an optional cruise along the riverfront precinct, Kings Wharf and into Cataract Gorge. 
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Overnight in Launceston 

Day 10 We continue our Tasmanian Discovery to the East Coast. Our first stop is Legerwood, home to the amazing avenue of memorial tree carvings. Follow the Trail of the Tin Dragon and discover the Tin Centre in Derby, a small town but with a big story. After lunch we travel to Bicheno, a small seaside town and our home for tonight. There is plenty of time to explore the town and to take a walk to the Blowhole and Whalers Lookout for great photo opportunities. Well after dinner you might like to join the optional penguin tour. Get up close to the little penguins as they come ashore from a day at sea. 
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Overnight in Bicheno 

Legerwood TasmaniaBicheno

Day 11 Today we travel to Freycinet National Park for breathtaking photo opportunities of Wineglass Bay. The walking track to the lookout will be rewarded with one of Tassie's most celebrated views – shimmering turquoise seawater surrounded by secluded white beaches. Escape the group for an optional scenic flight over Wineglass Bay and National Park with Freycinet Air. Enjoy the short Great Oyster Bay walk with magnificent coastal views. After all this natural beauty we continue our journey to Port Arthur. We arrive late afternoon and check into our accommodation for the next two nights. 
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Overnight in Port Arthur  

Wineglass Bay WalkOyster Bay Walk

Day 12
Take the full day to explore Port Arthur's history as a convict settlement. Or if you find half a day is plenty of time, why not hop on our optional Tasman Island Cruise. The cruise travels beneath the highest vertical sea cliffs in the Southern Hemisphere at Cape Pillar. Explore waterfalls, rock formations and deep sea caves – a great 3 hour adventure with so much to see. We will all join back for a beer and cheese tasting and our final night dinner.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Overnight in Port Arthur

Port Arthur Historic SitePort Arthur Tasmania

Day 13 has arrived and we meet the iconic Tasmanian Devil at the Tasmanian Devil Conservation Park Unzoo. Gain a greater understanding of this unique and endangered animal along with plenty of other Australian wildlife experiences in the park. Then we travel to the Tasman National Park high above the ocean with sheer cliff drops, monumental rock formations and rich in marine life. We have lunch at the Blowhole before taking a short walk to the Tasman Arch and Devils Kitchen. We stop at the Tessellated Pavement for a few photographs and continue with our final leg to Hobart. We arrive around 4pm and it is time to say goodbye. Spend the early evening at your own leisure and enjoy one more night in Hobart. 
Breakfast, Lunch, Overnight in Hobart 

Tasman Island Cruise Tasmanian Devil

Saturday - your final day and you can fly back home at any time. But why not put your bag in the hotel storage and check out the famous Salamanca Market this morning. Enjoy the sights, sounds, flavours, action and colour of Australia's best outdoor market. Or if you have already seen the market before our tour, you could go to MONA, the Cascade Brewery or Mount Wellington. Plenty of options to everyone's liking. 

Tasmania Tour Highlights and Inclusion

Tour Departure and Finish from Hobart 
14 Nights Quality Accommodation 
Drinking Water, Snacks and Fruit
Breakfasts, Lunches and Dinners as per itinerary  
Bruny Island Tour
Mount Field National Park 
Lake St. Clair 
Queenstown 
Wilderness Railway Train Queenstown
Strahan 
Gordon River Cruise on the Lady Franklin II
Cradle Mountain 
The Tarkine and Edge of the World
The Nut in Stanley 
Sheffield
Ashgrove Cheese Factory 
Christmas Hill Raspberry Farm 
Launceston 
Tamar Valley Wine Tasting
Tamar Island Wetland Centre
Cataract Gorge Reserve 
Legerwood Sculptures 
Derby Tin Centre 
Bicheno
Freycinet National Park 
Wineglass Bay 
Tasmanian Devil Conservation Park 
Tasman Arch, Devils Kitchen, Tasman Blowhole 
Tessellated Pavement 
Port Arthur Historic Site 
Fully Guided Activities 


$3995 per person
Outstanding Value and Fully Inclusive 

Our tour includes accommodation for 14 nights. You only need to book your flight to and from Hobart.

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