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10D9N Tasmanian Wonders ⚠ Minimum 2 adult(s) per departure

10D9N Tasmanian Wonders
⚠ Minimum 2 adult(s) per departure

Per Pax
From: $2911 From: €2772 From: £2380 From: RM12657 From: CAD3772 From: SGD4038 From: AUD4202 From: HKD22934
Hobart
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Cities to Visit: Hobart - Launceston
Language: English

Tour Deal

~ Surcharges apply upon booking confirmed
~ Itinerary might be able to be changed due to local condition
~ Fares are all subject to change as well as the availability


Booking Period: from Now till March 20, 2023
Travel Period: from Now till March 31, 2024
What To Expect
Tasmania has been described as an "island of contrasts". There is an immense variety of attractions to enjoy. Tasmania also widely known for having the cleanest air in the world, and the best scenery and the richest history compared to other states in Australia.
  • Day 1: Arrive Hobart

    The Tasmanian capital of Hobart may be small in size, but it’s big in attractions, as you’ll discover on a walking tour around the city. Step back in time at Battery Point, settled as a defensive outpost in the 19th century. Then explore the cobbled streets of Salamanca Place, the site of epic weekend markets. Gaze over boats at Constitution Dock – this is where yachts finish when competing in the annual Sydney to Hobart race. Put your destination into perspective from the summit of Mt. Nelson, offering endless vistas over Australia’s southernmost city.

    : Dinner
  • Day 2: Hobart - Strahan

    Western Tasmania is like nature writ large, a place where the wilderness rules and people are few and far between. Visiting Mount Field National here is a humbling experience, not only for the fact it’s part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, but also because it’s home to some of the tallest eucalypts and tallest flowering plants on Earth. Wander amid these giants to reach Russell Falls – take a deep breath; your Tasmania tour has begun. Records continue to be broken at Lake St. Clair, the deepest freshwater Lake in Australia, before you arrive in Strahan, gateway to World Heritage-listed Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park.

    : Breakfast, Dinner
  • Day 3: Strahan - Cradle Mountain

    The Gordon River is your playground today, the dark waters here given their colour by amber button-grass tannins. The only thing breaking the mirror-like surface is your chariot as you cruise to Sarah Island, a former penal colony where convicts would fell Huon pines for boat building. Thankfully, they didn’t get to the 2,000-year-old pine that still stands proud at Heritage Landing. Glide past Hells Gates, the treacherous entrance to the harbour, before motoring on toward your Cradle Mountain tour. This wilderness area offers one of the best chances of spotting Tasmanian devils in their natural habitat. Opt to head out after dark to spot these elusive creatures.

    : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 4: Cradle Mountain - Smithton

    Today has multiple highs – quite literally. The first is 1,545-metre Cradle Mountain, your backdrop as you wander to Dove Lake. You don’t need to look too hard to spot Bennett’s wallabies, echidnas, and pademelons. The second high is ‘The Nut’, a dramatic 152-metre plateau created by the remains of an ancient volcanic plug. It guards over Stanley, a tiny village with swagger to spare. You could spend days exploring the town’s remarkably well-preserved heritage buildings. But more Tasmania holiday highlights await around the corner.

    : Breakfast, Dinner
  • Day 5: Smithton - Launceston

    If there’s a town with a cuter name than Penguin, we’re yet to find it. Locals embrace its appeal – there are penguin sculptures at every turn, including one measuring 10 metres tall. Your journey along the northwest coast also passes through Burnie, Ulverstone and Sheffield, the latter delivering a surprise collection of 60 murals telling the area’s history. All this exploring builds an appetite. Refuel at Ashgrove Tasmanian Farm, where happy cows contribute to award-winning cheeses – everything from cheddar and red Leicester to creamy Tasmanian blue.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 6: Launceston

    There are few places in the world where you can leave the city behind and within minutes be amid an immense wilderness are. Launceston is one. There are few places in the world where you can leave the city behind and within minutes be amid an immense wilderness are. Launceston is one. Blink and you’re at Cataract Gorge, a yawning chasm carved by ancient rivers. This rare natural phenomenon unites bushland with neat Victorian gardens, replete with ferns and exotic plants. Get a different perspective of the green cavern on the scenic chairlift, zipping you over the water to a lofty lookout. We wouldn’t blame you for lingering here, perhaps cruising the river to venture deeper into the gorge. Or sample more of Tassie’s finest fare on a Tamar Valley winery tour. This afternoon, the choice is yours.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 7: Launceston - Bicheno

    You’ll smell Bridestowe before you see it, this enormous lavender farm perfuming the Tasmanian countryside. The flowers grown here aren’t just used in fragrances – they’re also infused into ice-cream, teas and jams. It’s a tasty entrée to the Legerwood Carved Memorial Trees, sculpted into World War One soldiers. Real penguins come out to play in Bicheno; sign up to spot them after dark as they waddle to shore from the water.

    : Breakfast, Dinner
  • Day 8: Bicheno - Hobart

    The colours at Freycinet National Park are so vivid you’ll think someone has taken the glasses off your nose and cleaned them for the first time: The patchwork of ocean blues that lap Coles and Wineglass bays. The powdery white of sand. The intense green of the forest. There’s a reason why Freycinet adventures star on postcards. The other place on postcards is Richmond, its grand 1820s Georgian buildings today home to bijou boutiques, galleries and cafes that appear to be lost in time

    : Breakfast
  • Day 9: Port Arthur

    The Isle of the Dead, Devil’s Kitchen, and Blowhole… the attractions at and around Port Arthur nod to the region’s notoriously harsh history. This is the best-preserved convict site in Australia, and among the most significant convict-era destinations worldwide. The stories these walls could tell.

    : Breakfast, Dinner
  • Day 10: Depart Hobart

    After breakfast, free at own leisure and make your own arrangement to the airport for your flight back home.

    : Breakfast
Whats Included
~9 nights’ accommodation with daily breakfast
~Specialist team of two highly experienced Travel Director and Driver Guide
~Centrally located premium hotels


Whats Excluded
~Return International air ticket.
~Travel insurance.
~Personal Expenses
~Australian ETA Visa
~Others not mentioned.

Where to Visits

SingleTwinTripleChild WITH BED
RM14918RM12658RM12658RM11428

Information

~ Surcharges apply upon booking confirmed
~ Itinerary might be able to be changed due to local condition
~ Fares are all subject to change as well as the availability


Booking Period: from Now till March 20, 2023
Travel Period: from Now till March 31, 2024
What To Expect
Tasmania has been described as an "island of contrasts". There is an immense variety of attractions to enjoy. Tasmania also widely known for having the cleanest air in the world, and the best scenery and the richest history compared to other states in Australia.
  • Day 1: Arrive Hobart

    The Tasmanian capital of Hobart may be small in size, but it’s big in attractions, as you’ll discover on a walking tour around the city. Step back in time at Battery Point, settled as a defensive outpost in the 19th century. Then explore the cobbled streets of Salamanca Place, the site of epic weekend markets. Gaze over boats at Constitution Dock – this is where yachts finish when competing in the annual Sydney to Hobart race. Put your destination into perspective from the summit of Mt. Nelson, offering endless vistas over Australia’s southernmost city.

    : Dinner
  • Day 2: Hobart - Strahan

    Western Tasmania is like nature writ large, a place where the wilderness rules and people are few and far between. Visiting Mount Field National here is a humbling experience, not only for the fact it’s part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, but also because it’s home to some of the tallest eucalypts and tallest flowering plants on Earth. Wander amid these giants to reach Russell Falls – take a deep breath; your Tasmania tour has begun. Records continue to be broken at Lake St. Clair, the deepest freshwater Lake in Australia, before you arrive in Strahan, gateway to World Heritage-listed Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park.

    : Breakfast, Dinner
  • Day 3: Strahan - Cradle Mountain

    The Gordon River is your playground today, the dark waters here given their colour by amber button-grass tannins. The only thing breaking the mirror-like surface is your chariot as you cruise to Sarah Island, a former penal colony where convicts would fell Huon pines for boat building. Thankfully, they didn’t get to the 2,000-year-old pine that still stands proud at Heritage Landing. Glide past Hells Gates, the treacherous entrance to the harbour, before motoring on toward your Cradle Mountain tour. This wilderness area offers one of the best chances of spotting Tasmanian devils in their natural habitat. Opt to head out after dark to spot these elusive creatures.

    : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 4: Cradle Mountain - Smithton

    Today has multiple highs – quite literally. The first is 1,545-metre Cradle Mountain, your backdrop as you wander to Dove Lake. You don’t need to look too hard to spot Bennett’s wallabies, echidnas, and pademelons. The second high is ‘The Nut’, a dramatic 152-metre plateau created by the remains of an ancient volcanic plug. It guards over Stanley, a tiny village with swagger to spare. You could spend days exploring the town’s remarkably well-preserved heritage buildings. But more Tasmania holiday highlights await around the corner.

    : Breakfast, Dinner
  • Day 5: Smithton - Launceston

    If there’s a town with a cuter name than Penguin, we’re yet to find it. Locals embrace its appeal – there are penguin sculptures at every turn, including one measuring 10 metres tall. Your journey along the northwest coast also passes through Burnie, Ulverstone and Sheffield, the latter delivering a surprise collection of 60 murals telling the area’s history. All this exploring builds an appetite. Refuel at Ashgrove Tasmanian Farm, where happy cows contribute to award-winning cheeses – everything from cheddar and red Leicester to creamy Tasmanian blue.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 6: Launceston

    There are few places in the world where you can leave the city behind and within minutes be amid an immense wilderness are. Launceston is one. There are few places in the world where you can leave the city behind and within minutes be amid an immense wilderness are. Launceston is one. Blink and you’re at Cataract Gorge, a yawning chasm carved by ancient rivers. This rare natural phenomenon unites bushland with neat Victorian gardens, replete with ferns and exotic plants. Get a different perspective of the green cavern on the scenic chairlift, zipping you over the water to a lofty lookout. We wouldn’t blame you for lingering here, perhaps cruising the river to venture deeper into the gorge. Or sample more of Tassie’s finest fare on a Tamar Valley winery tour. This afternoon, the choice is yours.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 7: Launceston - Bicheno

    You’ll smell Bridestowe before you see it, this enormous lavender farm perfuming the Tasmanian countryside. The flowers grown here aren’t just used in fragrances – they’re also infused into ice-cream, teas and jams. It’s a tasty entrée to the Legerwood Carved Memorial Trees, sculpted into World War One soldiers. Real penguins come out to play in Bicheno; sign up to spot them after dark as they waddle to shore from the water.

    : Breakfast, Dinner
  • Day 8: Bicheno - Hobart

    The colours at Freycinet National Park are so vivid you’ll think someone has taken the glasses off your nose and cleaned them for the first time: The patchwork of ocean blues that lap Coles and Wineglass bays. The powdery white of sand. The intense green of the forest. There’s a reason why Freycinet adventures star on postcards. The other place on postcards is Richmond, its grand 1820s Georgian buildings today home to bijou boutiques, galleries and cafes that appear to be lost in time

    : Breakfast
  • Day 9: Port Arthur

    The Isle of the Dead, Devil’s Kitchen, and Blowhole… the attractions at and around Port Arthur nod to the region’s notoriously harsh history. This is the best-preserved convict site in Australia, and among the most significant convict-era destinations worldwide. The stories these walls could tell.

    : Breakfast, Dinner
  • Day 10: Depart Hobart

    After breakfast, free at own leisure and make your own arrangement to the airport for your flight back home.

    : Breakfast
Whats Included
~9 nights’ accommodation with daily breakfast
~Specialist team of two highly experienced Travel Director and Driver Guide
~Centrally located premium hotels


Whats Excluded
~Return International air ticket.
~Travel insurance.
~Personal Expenses
~Australian ETA Visa
~Others not mentioned.
SingleTwinTripleChild WITH BED
RM14918RM12658RM12658RM11428
★★★★☆

156 Bathurst St, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia

The Best Western Hobart is located in the Hobart City Centre. A 10 minute walk from hotel to Salamanca Place (Australia Oldest open-air Saturday market) on the historical waterfront, an area well known for its vibrant restaurants, cafes, bars. Also, Sunday Farm Gate Market within a stone’s throw from our hotel, a bustling farmers’ market showcasing Tasmanian produce and getting to know your farmer. It is a 15 minute drive to The Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), a "subversive adult Disneyland", the largest privately funded museum in Australia.

Non-smoking rooms, WiFi, Fitness centre, Parking, Restaurant, Business facilities
★★★☆☆

41 Esplanade, Strahan TAS 7468, Australia

Our beautifully appointed individual cottages and terraces take you back to a time when Strahan was inhabited by miners, piners, fishermen and their families. Above the harbour, take in sweeping views of Macquarie Harbour from our hilltop rooms. You'll feel truly immersed in the history of the wild west coast.

WiFi, Room service, Parking, Business facilities
★★★★☆

5/15 Scotchtown Rd, Smithton TAS 7330, Australia

Tall Timbers is located at Smithton in beautiful Tasmania, the gateway to the abundant attractions of the North West Coast, including the magical Tarkine Wilderness and historic township of Stanley.

★★★★☆

3 Earl St, Launceston TAS 7250, Australia

The Best Western Plus Hotel Launceston is a 10-minute drive from the iconic Cataract Gorge, and a 15-minute drive from Launceston Airport. The surrounding neighborhood has several restaurants, bakeries and cafes, and the Princess Theatre is located just a one-minute walk away.

★★★☆☆

232 Tasman Hwy, Bicheno TAS 7215, Australia

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.

★★★★☆

3718 Cradle Mountain Rd, Cradle Mountain TAS 7306, Australia

Cradle Mountain Hotel's comfortable and spacious Standard Rooms are perfect for couples or families planning a Cradle Mountain wilderness experience.

Free WiFi, Spa and wellness centre, Room service, Tea/coffee maker in all rooms, Bar, Restaurant, Business facilities

★★★★☆

156 Bathurst St, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia

The Best Western Hobart is located in the Hobart City Centre. A 10 minute walk from hotel to Salamanca Place (Australia Oldest open-air Saturday market) on the historical waterfront, an area well known for its vibrant restaurants, cafes, bars. Also, Sunday Farm Gate Market within a stone’s throw from our hotel, a bustling farmers’ market showcasing Tasmanian produce and getting to know your farmer. It is a 15 minute drive to The Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), a "subversive adult Disneyland", the largest privately funded museum in Australia.

Non-smoking rooms, WiFi, Fitness centre, Parking, Restaurant, Business facilities
★★★☆☆

41 Esplanade, Strahan TAS 7468, Australia

Our beautifully appointed individual cottages and terraces take you back to a time when Strahan was inhabited by miners, piners, fishermen and their families. Above the harbour, take in sweeping views of Macquarie Harbour from our hilltop rooms. You'll feel truly immersed in the history of the wild west coast.

WiFi, Room service, Parking, Business facilities
★★★★☆

5/15 Scotchtown Rd, Smithton TAS 7330, Australia

Tall Timbers is located at Smithton in beautiful Tasmania, the gateway to the abundant attractions of the North West Coast, including the magical Tarkine Wilderness and historic township of Stanley.

★★★★☆

3 Earl St, Launceston TAS 7250, Australia

The Best Western Plus Hotel Launceston is a 10-minute drive from the iconic Cataract Gorge, and a 15-minute drive from Launceston Airport. The surrounding neighborhood has several restaurants, bakeries and cafes, and the Princess Theatre is located just a one-minute walk away.

★★★☆☆

232 Tasman Hwy, Bicheno TAS 7215, Australia

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.

★★★★☆

3718 Cradle Mountain Rd, Cradle Mountain TAS 7306, Australia

Cradle Mountain Hotel's comfortable and spacious Standard Rooms are perfect for couples or families planning a Cradle Mountain wilderness experience.

Free WiFi, Spa and wellness centre, Room service, Tea/coffee maker in all rooms, Bar, Restaurant, Business facilities

Per Pax
From: $2911 From: €2772 From: £2380 From: RM12657 From: CAD3772 From: SGD4038 From: AUD4202 From: HKD22934
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