About The Tour
Discover the breath-taking beauty of Tasmania’s wild west coast on this three-day adventure. We’ve packed the itinerary full of incredible sights and natural wonders, so you can explore the likes of Cradle Mountain, Montezuma Falls, and Lake St Clair, the deepest lake in Australia.
Mondays (year round) Wednesdays & Saturdays (December to April)
Returns: Approx. 5:00pm
Sorry, we do not allow anyone under the age of 18 on this tour.
Please note the tour concludes in Launceston. We can arrange for your transfer from Launceston back to Hobart ($40 per person.) You will need to book this with us when you make your reservation.
For tours finishing on a Monday or Wednesday, transfers will depart the following day. You will need to arrange your own accommodation in Launceston after the tour. For tours finishing on a Friday, same day transfers are available that will arrive in Hobart 8:00pm.
Upgrade to a double/twin room (shared facilities) – $160 per room
Upgrade to a double/twin room (private bathroom) – $380 per room
Upgrade to a single room (private bathroom) – $380 per room
We start the tour by travelling through the beautiful wilderness of the World Heritage listed Mount Field National Park. On the way, you’ll get to discover the picturesque waters of Russell Falls and wander between some of the tallest trees on the planet. Keep your eyes peeled for Tasmanian Pademelons as you go.
Lunch will take place at Australia’s deepest lake, Lake St Clair, where you might be able to catch a glimpse of an elusive platypus if you’re lucky. From there, we’ll take you up Donaghy’s Hill to witness the jaw-dropping views over Frenchman’s Cap and the Franklin River.
On the second day, we’ll kick things off with a wander through beautiful rainforest scenery alongside an old, disused railway line. We’ll head to Tasmania’s highest waterfall, Montezuma Falls, before having lunch in the fishing town of Strahan. While there, you can discover more about the fascinating history of the British Empire in this part of the world. After you’ve refuelled, we’ll make a pitstop at the Henty Dunes, where you can marvel at stunning views of the Southern Ocean.
On the final day, we’ll head to the jutting heights of Cradle Mountain. Here, you’ll have the chance to take a hike or explore in your own time before we stop for lunch in Sheffield, one of the most creative and arty spots in Tasmania.
On the way to Launceston (our final destination), we’ll stop off for some traditional Tasmanian tasty treats and enjoy the landscape of Cataract Gorge that sits in the heart of the city.