UPDATED INFORMATION REGARDING OUR RESPONSE TO THE COVID 19 CRISIS – Click here

Trips

Taste of Tasmania (Original)

From: AUD $1,245.00

Enquire Now



Yes, i'd like you to book our flights
Yes, I require travel insurance

Traveling Party Details





MaleFemale









Traveling Party Details 2





MaleFemale









Traveling Party Details 3





MaleFemale









Traveling Party Details 4





MaleFemale









Traveling Party Details 5





MaleFemale









Traveling Party Details 6





MaleFemale









Traveling Party Details 7





MaleFemale









Traveling Party Details 8





MaleFemale









Taste of Tasmania (Original)

From: AUD $1,245.00

Enquire Now



Yes, i'd like you to book our flights
Yes, I require travel insurance

Traveling Party Details





MaleFemale









Traveling Party Details 2





MaleFemale









Traveling Party Details 3





MaleFemale









Traveling Party Details 4





MaleFemale









Traveling Party Details 5





MaleFemale









Traveling Party Details 6





MaleFemale









Traveling Party Details 7





MaleFemale









Traveling Party Details 8





MaleFemale









Product Description

Highlights

As well as visiting key attractions such as Wineglass Bay and the Bay of Fires, this pioneering trip takes you to parts of Tassie that are more off the beaten track. Your guide will provide information about the flora, fauna and landscapes of Tasmania, giving you an insight into some of the country’s World Heritage listed areas. Trek along multiple walking trails through spectacular Cradle Mountain National Park. Visit stunning Maria Island, a National Park in its entirety

Overview

Much of this pristine wilderness state was – up until around 100 years ago – considered too remote to be used as much more than a penal colony. Fast-forward to now and that environment still remains pristine, but there are a few more creature comforts to make the journey an absolute pleasure. Take in the sights of Hobart and the surrounding area from Mt Wellington, and enjoy the view from other stunning lookouts like Donahy and Marion as well. Discover immaculate UNESCO-listed forests and hike along the stunning Hazards Beach after a morning stroll to Wineglass Bay. There’s plenty of time to explore Tasmania at your own pace and enjoy the vast array of food, wine, history and sights.



Breakfast Included: 5

Lunches Included:

Dinner Included:

Taste of Tasmania (Original) 1 Taste of Tasmania (Original) 2Taste of Tasmania (Original) 3Taste of Tasmania (Original) 3

 

 

Trip Dates

Start Date End Date Price Room Type Status
23-JAN-2021 28-JAN-2021 From: AUD $1,395.00 N/A DGAvailable
06-FEB-2021 11-FEB-2021 From: AUD $1,395.00 N/A Fully Booked
10-FEB-2021 15-FEB-2021 From: AUD $1,395.00 N/A DGAvailable
20-FEB-2021 25-FEB-2021 From: AUD $1,395.00 N/A DGAvailable
06-MAR-2021 11-MAR-2021 From: AUD $1,395.00 N/A DGAvailable
13-MAR-2021 18-MAR-2021 From: AUD $1,395.00 N/A DG2 places left!
20-MAR-2021 25-MAR-2021 From: AUD $1,395.00 N/A DGAvailable
27-MAR-2021 01-APR-2021 From: AUD $1,395.00 N/A DGAvailable
10-APR-2021 15-APR-2021 From: AUD $1,395.00 N/A DGAvailable
17-APR-2021 22-APR-2021 From: AUD $1,395.00 N/A DGAvailable
02-OCT-2021 07-OCT-2021 From: AUD $1,395.00 N/A DGAvailable
09-OCT-2021 14-OCT-2021 From: AUD $1,395.00 N/A DGAvailable
16-OCT-2021 21-OCT-2021 From: AUD $1,395.00 N/A DGAvailable
23-OCT-2021 28-OCT-2021 From: AUD $1,395.00 N/A DGAvailable
30-OCT-2021 04-NOV-2021 From: AUD $1,395.00 N/A DGAvailable
06-NOV-2021 11-NOV-2021 From: AUD $1,395.00 N/A DGAvailable
13-NOV-2021 18-NOV-2021 From: AUD $1,395.00 N/A DGAvailable
20-NOV-2021 25-NOV-2021 From: AUD $1,395.00 N/A DGAvailable
27-NOV-2021 02-DEC-2021 From: AUD $1,395.00 N/A DGAvailable
04-DEC-2021 09-DEC-2021 From: AUD $1,395.00 N/A DGAvailable
11-DEC-2021 16-DEC-2021 From: AUD $1,395.00 N/A DGAvailable
18-DEC-2021 23-DEC-2021 From: AUD $1,395.00 N/A DGAvailable
25-DEC-2021 30-DEC-2021 From: AUD $1,395.00 N/A DGAvailable



Hobart - Central Plateau

Today we traverse the island from east to west. Escaping Hobart through the Derwent Valley, we walk in the land of the giants and admire the beauty of Russell Falls and Mt Field National Park. Visit Lake St Clair, Australia’s deepest freshwater lake. Enter the temperate time capsule that is the Franklin- Gordon Wild Rivers National Park. Along the way we stretch the legs on some great short walks including Donaghy’s Lookout and Franklin River. Pass through Queenstown with its intriguing eroded landscape of treeless hills. Finish the day in Strahan at the very edge of the west coast. Today's driving time approx: 324 km / 5hrs. Approx hikes include 1 60 min, 2 x 45min

Tarkine Region

In the untouched wilderness of Tasmania’s West Coast we will explore the shifting sands of Henty Dunes, visit Ocean Beach and smell the freshest air in the world. Then we continue into the Tarkine region and walk amongst its rainforest and check out a cool waterfall while we are there. Todays driving time approx: 150 km / 2.5 hrs. Hike approx: 3 hrs

Cradle Mountain - Launceston

Join a guided walk or free walk on one of the many trails around Cradle Mountain, Dove and Crater Lakes. The mountain at 1545m high, is one of the favourite features in the park and is surrounded by stands of native deciduous beech, rainforest, alpine heath lands and button grass. Icy streams cascade down the mountainsides, and ancient pines are reflected in the still glacial lakes. Later today, transfer to Launceston via Sheffield, the town of murals. Today's driving time approx: 279 km / 4 hrs. Approx hike 3 hrs.

Bicheno

Departing Launceston, transfer east to Wukalina / Mt Willaim National Park nestled in the remote and peaceful north-east corner of Tasmania. Mt William National Park is remarkable for its beauty, wildlife and cultural history with long stretches of dazzling white beaches at the edge of the Bay of Fires, shimmering turquoise waters, coastal heath and woodlands that abound with wildlife. We continue late in the day to Bicheno where tonight you can take a guided tour for a closer look at the life of the Little Penguins as they return nightly to their rookeries to feed their young. Today's driving time approx. 315 km / 4.5 hrs. Approx hike 1.5 hrs

Freycinet National Park

This morning we arrive at Freycinet National Park. For those seeking a challenge, try the climb to the summit of Mt Amos or join the walk to Wineglass Bay, voted one of the world’s top 10 beaches There are other free walking choices and a visit to Cape Tourville. Today's driving time approx. 80 km / 1.5 hrs. Approx. hike 3 hrs.

Maria Island - Hobart

This morning we catch the ferry to Maria Island, a national park in its entirety. This is a special place with something for everyone – historic ruins, sweeping bays, rugged cliffs and mountains and remarkable wildlife. It’s free from cars and its only residents the animals, including large numbers of Cape Barren Geese and Forester Kangaroos. Explore the fascinating features such as the Painted Cliffs, the millions of years old Fossil Rocks, and the old township of Darlington and its mixed history. We return to Triabunna and transfer to Hobart via the historic town of Richmond. Today's driving time approx. 182 km / 2.5 hrs. Approx. hike 2-4 hrs.











Not 100% what you're looking for?
Get in touch for a customised version of this tour

SPEAK TO OUR TRAVEL EXPERTS

Phone:
+61 8 9321 1259
Email:
sales@peregrinewa.com.au

TRIP MAP

TRIP OVERVIEW

Trip Code: PNTW6-O

Group Size: 24

Start: Hobart

End: Hobart

Duration: 6

  • Get Personalised Advice from WA's most Experienced Travel Agency
  • Flight Packages Available

Not 100% what you're looking for?
Get in touch for a customised version of this tour

Please share your review!

[testimonial_view id="2"]