About The Tour
Discover the beauty of Tasmania on this epic 7-day adventure that takes you to the lush heights of Cradle Mountain, the cultural swathe of Wineglass Bay, and the mesmerising cascades of Russel Falls amongst many other breath-taking hotspots.
Operates: Daily (December – April) and Monday, Saturday & Sunday (May – November)
Adult: $949 (minimum age 18 years old)
Requires a reasonable level of fitness
Meals and food are not included, however, you will have the opportunity to purchase food from supermarkets, cafes or restaurants. All hostels we stay in have kitchen facilities for preparing your own food, or there are an option to eat out if you prefer. Travellers with very specific dietary requirements are advised to purchase specialised items in Hobart before the start of the tour as food options may be limited in regional areas.
Luggage is restricted to a maximum of one 20kg backpack or suitcase and one hand luggage size bag per person.
Double/Twin with shared bathroom: $460 per room
Single room: $700 per room
Double with en-suite: $1000 per room
Note: Accommodation is subject to availability
What to Bring
Sturdy walking shoes, warm clothing, clothing for the beach, umbrella or rain jacket, towel & toiletries (soap, shampoo etc.).
You do not need to bring a sleeping bag. Sleeping linen will be provided.
Embark on a 7-day journey to explore the hidden gems of Tasmania on our 7 Day Best of Tasmania Tour. Explore Tasmania’s iconic landmarks including Cradle Mountain, Russell Falls, Bays of Fires, Wine Glass Bay – just to name a few for you! Our 7-day tour will take you to see breathtaking sceneries and surround you with abundance of unique Australian wildlife – not to mention an awesome experience to taste some of the local’s award-winning cheese in Brundy Island!
- Discover some of Australia’s best colonial architecture
- Visits the beautiful Russell Falls and the iconic Franklin River
- Meet some native Australian wildlife
- Enjoy a jumping experience at the Henty Dunes
- Hike up the majestic Cradle Mountain
- Taste some local award-winning cheese
- Hand-feed the iconic Tasmanian devils
Day 1: Port Arthur & Tasman Peninsula
We start the tour by visiting the historic village of Richmond, which boasts some of Australia’s most iconic colonial architecture. From there, we’ll drive along the impressive Tasman Peninsula, taking in imposing cliffs and stunning views, and walking through the Tasman National Park to Waterfall Bay.
In the afternoon, we’ll take a guided tour of the World Heritage listed Port Arthur historic site before doing some chocolate tasting to end the day.
Day 2: Mt Field & Russell Falls
Today we’ll venture to Russell Falls in the Mount Field National Park, spotting impossibly tall trees and native wildlife on our way. Lunch is at Lake St Clair (keep your eyes peeled for the elusive platypus) before we admire the views from Donaghy’s Hill and the peak of Frenchmans Cap.
Day 3: Montezuma, Strahan & Henty Dunes
We’ll stroll to Montezuma Falls today, which is Tasmania’s highest waterfall. After walking through lush foliage alongside a disused railway line, we’ll stop for lunch in the fishing town of Strahan. When we’ve refuelled, we’ll climb to the top of the Henty Dunes to look out over the Southern Ocean.
Day 4: Cradle Mountain & Launceston
Today it’s on to Cradle Mountain, where we’ll take a walk and soak up the jaw-dropping scenery. Then we’ll head to Sheffield to revel in some of Tasmania’s finest foods. As night falls, we’ll arrive in the garden city of Launceston, where you can see Cataract Gorge.
Day 5: Bays of Fires and East Coast
On our way to the Bay of Fires, we’ll stop off at the memorial carvings at Legerwood to do some seriously good cheese tasting. When we arrive at the bay, you’ll be greeted by white sand and clear waters, and you’ll have the chance to take a swim or try some local oysters. At dusk, you can watch the little penguins come ashore in Bicheno before bedding down for the night.
Day 6: Wineglass Bay & Kate's Berry Farm
On the sixth day, we make our way to the glistening waters of Wineglass Bay in the Freycinet National Park. You’ll be able to admire the views from Mount Amos and see the rescued animals at East Coast Natureworld. On the way back to Hobart, we’ll stop off at Kate’s Berry Farm in Swansea.
Optional activity: Visit and meet the rescued animals at the Eastcoast NatureWorld: $20 per person.
Day 7: Bruny Island
On the final day, we head to Bruny Island, where you can go on a private cheese tasting adventure before walking the steps up to the Truganini Lookout. Keep an eye out for the island’s famous white wallabies on a cruise or walk of the island, after which we’ll make our way back to Hobart where the tour comes to an end.