TASMANIAN DISCOVERY

A$7,870
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A$7,870
NEW

Discover the best of Tassie…

Capture the ethereal splendour and remote wonders of Tasmania in this spectacular 11-day tour. Chat with friendly locals in the capital city’s markets, sample the homegrown flavours of Bruny Island, and learn about the region’s colonial past. Together we’ll discover uninterrupted UNESCO national parks, cruise along the stunning coastline under the shadow of Freycinet’s pink peaks, and be mesmerised by the world-famous Bay of Fires before spending our free evenings indulging in world-class seafood in quaint coastal towns. This is truly Tasmania at its best.

Will you join us?

DAY 1 Thursday 17th Feb 2022

HOBART (D)

Accommodation is included for you in Hobart today. There are no included activities today, so the day is yours to enjoy. You’ll meet with the group at the welcome dinner tonight.

Accommodation: Your own room at The Vibe Hotel or similar


DAY 2 Friday 18th Feb 2022

HOBART (PORT ARTHUR) (B)

After a quick look at Australia’s best preserved colonial village, Richmond, we head south to explore Tasmania’s ruthless convict past at the World Heritage listed Port Arthur Historic Site (guided walk and harbour cruise included). Rich in visual history, learn of the chilling life as a convict in the restored sandstone prison buildings and preserved ruins.

Accommodation: Your own room at The Vibe Hotel or similar


DAY 3 Saturday 19th Feb 2022

HOBART (SALAMANCA MARKETS & MONA) (B)

Today, you can explore Hobart and the world-famous Salamanca Market at your own leisure or wander around the historic Battery Point area. There’s time for lunch around Hobart’s waterfront or take stroll through the botanical gardens. We will also visit the summit of Mt Wellington (Kunanyi) for some great views.

Accommodation: Your own room at The Vibe Hotel or similar


DAY 4 Sunday 20th Feb 2022    

HOBART (BRUNY ISLAND) (B/L)

Located at the mouth of the Derwent River, Bruny Island is the home to unique wildlife (including the white Bennett’s wallabies), dramatic scenery and delicious local produce. After a short ferry ride across the D’Entrecasteaux Channel, we head to the spectacular seascape of Cape Bruny and the Bruny Island Lighthouse. We visit Adventure Bay and The Neck Lookout and end the day with local produce tastings of honey, cheese, and oysters.

Accommodation: Your own room at The Vibe Hotel or similar


DAY 5 Monday 21st Feb 2022  

STRAHAN (B/D)

We leave Hobart and drive through the Derwent Valley – travelling east to west across the island. You’ll see the beautiful Russell Falls, walk among the Mt Field National Park Tall Trees, and see Australia’s deepest freshwater lake, Lake St Clair. Visit The Wall in the Wilderness before travelling via the mining town of Queenstown to the harbourside village of Strahan.

Accommodation: Your own room at Strahan Village or similar


DAY 6 Tuesday 22nd Feb 2022

GORDON RIVER – CRADLE MOUNTAIN
NATIONAL PARK (B/L/D)

This morning we will cruise across Macquarie Harbour and enter the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park. At Heritage Landing we take a short rainforest walk then enjoy a delicious lunch onboard of fresh Tasmanian produce whilst cruising to Tasmania’s World Heritage-listed Sarah Island. Cruise past Hells Gates then return to Strahan. Our late afternoon drive takes us to Cradle Mountain Hotel, next to the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park.

Accommodation: Your own room at Cradle Mountain Hotel or similar


DAY 7 Wednesday 23rd Feb 2022    

LAUNCESTON (B/D)

Around 950m above sea level is the World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain-Lake St Claire National Park. With an extensive range of tracks, you can choose a short walk to suit you or stroll around Dove Lake with our guide. A short drive takes us through Sheffield, the ‘town of murals’ then onto Launceston.

Accommodation: Your own room at Mercure Launceston or similar


DAY 8 Thursday 24th Feb 2022

LAUNCESTON (B/L)

See Launceston’s magnificent Cataract Gorge before taking a scenic drive through rolling hills for lunch and wine-tasting at Josef Chromy Wines. This afternoon visit Entally House, an enchanting historic homestead surrounded by beautiful gardens. We will sample some local Gin or Whisky before returning to our hotel.

Accommodation: Your own room at Mercure Launceston or similar


DAY 9 Friday 25th Feb 2022

BICHENO (B/D)

Today we will visit Bridestowe Lavender Estate where we can sample some unique lavender infused fare. We then make our way to the East Coast and the beautiful Bay of Fires. Tasmania’s most scenic coastal drive takes you from St Helens to Bicheno, where we visit a wildlife sanctuary to meet the iconic Tasmanian devil.

Accommodation: Your own room at Beachfront Bicheno or similar


DAY 10 Saturday 26th Feb 2022

FREYCINET N.P. – HOBART (B/L/D)

This morning we join our cruise of the spectacular coastline of Freycinet National Park from Coles Bay to Wineglass Bay. Be enthralled by the stunning granite coastline, including the dramatic pink peaks of the Hazards range. Take in the sheer beauty of Wineglass Bay from the rarely seen perspective of the water. Our late afternoon drive takes us further along the scenic east coast via the seaside towns of Swansea and Orford as we make our way to Hobart. This evening enjoy a farewell dinner at Mures Upper Deck.

Accommodation: Your own room at The Vibe Hotel or similar


DAY 11 Sunday 27th Feb 2022

HOBART (B)

Your trip comes to an end today and it’s time to say a fond farewell to our newfound friends. A group departure transfer to the airport is included.

 

TOUR DATES: 17TH – 27TH FEBRUARY 2022

TOUR PRICING: A$7,870 PLUS AIRFARES/TAXES

Bruny Island

Bruny Island is Tasmania’s premiere island destination. The island welcomes Tasmanian, interstate and international visitors all year round for daytrips, overnight or week long adventures. Being the home of beautiful South Bruny National Park, Bruny Island provides the ultimate Tasmanian wilderness experience. Explore the island on one of the many spectacular bushwalks, coastal tracks or beach strolls. Pack a picnic for a self guided walk or join an island walking tour. Explore the magnificient coastline on an eco cruise, sail boat, or kayak. Bruny Island is home to fur seals, fairy penguins, albatross, wedge tailed eagles, white wallabies and many endemic species. In addition to stunning scenery, Bruny Island is a foodies paradise. Hunt and gather the islands’ delicious local produce at the farmgate and cellar doors. The island showcases a variety of artisan cheese, oysters, seafood, berries, fudge, wine, whisky, gin, beer and a selection of cafes and restaurants.

Cradle Mountain National Park

Iconic Cradle Mountain is a place of exceptional natural beauty in the heart of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. From moss-covered ancient rainforests and deep river gorges to snow-covered mountain peaks, wild alpine moorlands and glacial lakes, the park is revered for its diverse and breath-taking landscapes.

A place for all seasons, discover deep snowdrifts in winter, spectacular displays of yellows, oranges and reds across the mountain slopes in autumn as Tasmania’s deciduous Fagus turns colour, playful young joeys & hungry echidnas emerging in spring, and the fragrance of wildflowers filling the air as you dip your toe into a crystal-clear lake on a summer’s day.

Cradle Mountain is synonymous with nature, wilderness and all things pristine. Wildlife is in abundance in this spectacular national park, giving opportunity to encounter Tasmanian devils, quolls, platypus, echidna, wombats and the highly inquisitive black currawong.

The Park offers a world-class system of walking tracks to explore that ranges from very short easy strolls to the legendary Overland Track. This 5-6 day hike stretches 80km from Cradle Mountain through to Lake St Clair and is an unforgettable journey through Tasmania’s alpine heart. Even if hiking boots and backpacks aren’t your thing, you will find it hard to resist the lure of the well-formed tracks that lead you to surprising discoveries. Whichever way you look at it, the magic of Cradle Mountain is bound to captivate.

Freycinet National Park

Around the world, national parks have been created to preserve truly magical places and t​here’s no doubt Freycinet National Park has a magic all of its own. Freycinet has global appeal – it is iconic, memorable and breathtaking. The park is best known for the stunning beauty of Wineglass Bay – its crystal-clear waters and curvaceous white beach is one of Tasmania’s most celebrated views.

Beyond Wineglass Bay, there’s plenty more to uncover at Freycinet. The diversity in the coastal landscape is dramatic, with rocky coves and surging surf around one corner, and sheltered bays and sandy beaches around the next. As you explore the park, the Hazards – a spectacular granite mountain range that rises dramatically from the sheltered turquoise bays – provides a breathtaking backdrop that is never far from view.

Although one of Tasmania’s most popular national parks, it is still possible to find solitude in the variety of experiences that await you at Freycinet National Park.

The Vibe Hotel Hobart

A stay in Hobart is a study in avant-garde culture, Australia’s natural flora and fauna, and Tasmania’s colonial history. Here, time slows, locals take the time to say g’day, and food appears from paddock to plate as if by magic.

Of all the hotels in Hobart, none is better placed to deliver an ‘eat’, ‘play’ and ‘stay’ experience than Vibe. Situated in the heart of historical Hobart, this brand-new hotel embraces the Australian lifestyle to the full. The architecturally-designed facade – with its trademark coloured feature fins – has transformed Hobart’s skyline.

Strahan Village

Join us in Strahan to explore the wilderness of Tasmania’s rugged and beautiful west coast.

Offering a charming range of accommodation options in the heart of Strahan, as well as multiple dining options, Strahan Village is perfectly located for your west coast getaway.

Our waterfront cottages are just metres from the action of the working waterfront and reflect the 19th century architecture of the town. It’s also just a short walk to one of Strahan’s historic pubs, filled with character and stories from yesteryear – and a few of our friendly locals.

Cradle Mountain Hotel

Nestled within breathtaking alpine woodland in the north west highlands of Tasmania, Cradle Mountain Hotel offers you an inviting home away from home to unwind after a day of exploring our pristine Tasmanian wilderness.

We are pleased to invite you to stay at our alpine accommodation at Cradle Mountain − the ideal location for your wilderness experience in the highlands of north west Tasmania.

The picturesque UNESCO Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area is your playground here and you will be ready and raring to explore the trails of the Cradle Mountain – Lake St. Clair National Park and the iconic Boat House at Dove Lake; all just a stone’s throw from the Hotel.

Get active in the clean mountain air and meet the friendly, furry locals – say hello to the echidnas, wombats and wallabies that roam the hotel surrounds.

We can’t wait to see you here…

Mercure Launceston

Natasha Beck – General Manager welcomes you to Mercure Launceston Located in the heart of Launceston, Mercure Launceston overlooks historic City Park, with extended views across the North Esk River. Within walking distance to many of Launceston’s attractions including Boags Brewery and the Seaport Precinct. Guest rooms are recently refurbished in modern design with posturepedic bed, some with park views.

Beachfront Bicheno

Our hotel is located on the hub of the Great Eastern Drive. Just a short distance to some of Tasmania’s best tourist attractions & award winning vineyards. The Beachfront features 51 spacious hotel rooms, free parking, public bar, large bistro and just a short 5 minute stroll to the main street of Bicheno.

Beachfront Bicheno belongs to Kalis Group, AN entirely Tasmanian owned and operated family business.

Tour Inclusions:

  • Two’s a Crowd Tour Host
  • 10 nights’ accommodation
  • Solo room – always!
  • Perth to Exmouth flight as per itinerary on Day 8
  • Meals as per itinerary (B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner)
  • Group coach transfers at the start and end of your tour, as well as to/from the airports on Day 8
  • All sightseeing, guided tours and entrance fees as detailed in the itinerary

 

Tour Exclusions:

  • Travel Insurance (we can assist)
  • International/domestic flights to the start/end of the tour
  • Expenses of a personal nature, such as laundry, taxis, souvenirs and phone calls
  • Meals and drinks not included in the itinerary
  • Pre- and post-tour accommodation (we can assist)
  • Visa costs (if applicable)
  • Any tours listed as “Optional Tours” (and are subject to change, depending on weather and schedule changes)
  • Gratuities (optional)

Discover the best of Tassie…

Capture the ethereal splendour and remote wonders of Tasmania in this spectacular 11-day tour. Chat with friendly locals in the capital city’s markets, sample the homegrown flavours of Bruny Island, and learn about the region’s colonial past. Together we’ll discover uninterrupted UNESCO national parks, cruise along the stunning coastline under the shadow of Freycinet’s pink peaks, and be mesmerised by the world-famous Bay of Fires before spending our free evenings indulging in world-class seafood in quaint coastal towns. This is truly Tasmania at its best.

Will you join us?

TOUR DATES: 17TH – 27TH FEBRUARY 2022

TOUR PRICING: A$7,870 PLUS AIRFARES/TAXES

Bruny Island

Bruny Island is Tasmania’s premiere island destination. The island welcomes Tasmanian, interstate and international visitors all year round for daytrips, overnight or week long adventures. Being the home of beautiful South Bruny National Park, Bruny Island provides the ultimate Tasmanian wilderness experience. Explore the island on one of the many spectacular bushwalks, coastal tracks or beach strolls. Pack a picnic for a self guided walk or join an island walking tour. Explore the magnificient coastline on an eco cruise, sail boat, or kayak. Bruny Island is home to fur seals, fairy penguins, albatross, wedge tailed eagles, white wallabies and many endemic species. In addition to stunning scenery, Bruny Island is a foodies paradise. Hunt and gather the islands’ delicious local produce at the farmgate and cellar doors. The island showcases a variety of artisan cheese, oysters, seafood, berries, fudge, wine, whisky, gin, beer and a selection of cafes and restaurants.

Cradle Mountain National Park

Iconic Cradle Mountain is a place of exceptional natural beauty in the heart of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. From moss-covered ancient rainforests and deep river gorges to snow-covered mountain peaks, wild alpine moorlands and glacial lakes, the park is revered for its diverse and breath-taking landscapes.

A place for all seasons, discover deep snowdrifts in winter, spectacular displays of yellows, oranges and reds across the mountain slopes in autumn as Tasmania’s deciduous Fagus turns colour, playful young joeys & hungry echidnas emerging in spring, and the fragrance of wildflowers filling the air as you dip your toe into a crystal-clear lake on a summer’s day.

Cradle Mountain is synonymous with nature, wilderness and all things pristine. Wildlife is in abundance in this spectacular national park, giving opportunity to encounter Tasmanian devils, quolls, platypus, echidna, wombats and the highly inquisitive black currawong.

The Park offers a world-class system of walking tracks to explore that ranges from very short easy strolls to the legendary Overland Track. This 5-6 day hike stretches 80km from Cradle Mountain through to Lake St Clair and is an unforgettable journey through Tasmania’s alpine heart. Even if hiking boots and backpacks aren’t your thing, you will find it hard to resist the lure of the well-formed tracks that lead you to surprising discoveries. Whichever way you look at it, the magic of Cradle Mountain is bound to captivate.

Freycinet National Park

Around the world, national parks have been created to preserve truly magical places and t​here’s no doubt Freycinet National Park has a magic all of its own. Freycinet has global appeal – it is iconic, memorable and breathtaking. The park is best known for the stunning beauty of Wineglass Bay – its crystal-clear waters and curvaceous white beach is one of Tasmania’s most celebrated views.

Beyond Wineglass Bay, there’s plenty more to uncover at Freycinet. The diversity in the coastal landscape is dramatic, with rocky coves and surging surf around one corner, and sheltered bays and sandy beaches around the next. As you explore the park, the Hazards – a spectacular granite mountain range that rises dramatically from the sheltered turquoise bays – provides a breathtaking backdrop that is never far from view.

Although one of Tasmania’s most popular national parks, it is still possible to find solitude in the variety of experiences that await you at Freycinet National Park.

The Vibe Hotel Hobart

A stay in Hobart is a study in avant-garde culture, Australia’s natural flora and fauna, and Tasmania’s colonial history. Here, time slows, locals take the time to say g’day, and food appears from paddock to plate as if by magic.

Of all the hotels in Hobart, none is better placed to deliver an ‘eat’, ‘play’ and ‘stay’ experience than Vibe. Situated in the heart of historical Hobart, this brand-new hotel embraces the Australian lifestyle to the full. The architecturally-designed facade – with its trademark coloured feature fins – has transformed Hobart’s skyline.

Strahan Village

Join us in Strahan to explore the wilderness of Tasmania’s rugged and beautiful west coast.

Offering a charming range of accommodation options in the heart of Strahan, as well as multiple dining options, Strahan Village is perfectly located for your west coast getaway.

Our waterfront cottages are just metres from the action of the working waterfront and reflect the 19th century architecture of the town. It’s also just a short walk to one of Strahan’s historic pubs, filled with character and stories from yesteryear – and a few of our friendly locals.

Cradle Mountain Hotel

Nestled within breathtaking alpine woodland in the north west highlands of Tasmania, Cradle Mountain Hotel offers you an inviting home away from home to unwind after a day of exploring our pristine Tasmanian wilderness.

We are pleased to invite you to stay at our alpine accommodation at Cradle Mountain − the ideal location for your wilderness experience in the highlands of north west Tasmania.

The picturesque UNESCO Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area is your playground here and you will be ready and raring to explore the trails of the Cradle Mountain – Lake St. Clair National Park and the iconic Boat House at Dove Lake; all just a stone’s throw from the Hotel.

Get active in the clean mountain air and meet the friendly, furry locals – say hello to the echidnas, wombats and wallabies that roam the hotel surrounds.

We can’t wait to see you here…

Mercure Launceston

Natasha Beck – General Manager welcomes you to Mercure Launceston Located in the heart of Launceston, Mercure Launceston overlooks historic City Park, with extended views across the North Esk River. Within walking distance to many of Launceston’s attractions including Boags Brewery and the Seaport Precinct. Guest rooms are recently refurbished in modern design with posturepedic bed, some with park views.

Beachfront Bicheno

Our hotel is located on the hub of the Great Eastern Drive. Just a short distance to some of Tasmania’s best tourist attractions & award winning vineyards. The Beachfront features 51 spacious hotel rooms, free parking, public bar, large bistro and just a short 5 minute stroll to the main street of Bicheno.

Beachfront Bicheno belongs to Kalis Group, AN entirely Tasmanian owned and operated family business.

Tour Inclusions:

  • Two’s a Crowd Tour Host
  • 10 nights’ accommodation
  • Solo room – always!
  • Perth to Exmouth flight as per itinerary on Day 8
  • Meals as per itinerary (B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner)
  • Group coach transfers at the start and end of your tour, as well as to/from the airports on Day 8
  • All sightseeing, guided tours and entrance fees as detailed in the itinerary

 

Tour Exclusions:

  • Travel Insurance (we can assist)
  • International/domestic flights to the start/end of the tour
  • Expenses of a personal nature, such as laundry, taxis, souvenirs and phone calls
  • Meals and drinks not included in the itinerary
  • Pre- and post-tour accommodation (we can assist)
  • Visa costs (if applicable)
  • Any tours listed as “Optional Tours” (and are subject to change, depending on weather and schedule changes)
  • Gratuities (optional)
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