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Discover the ethereal beauty and remote wonders of Tasmania

Venture to Tasmania, one of the world’s last accessible frontiers and an island that revels in its isolation: where rugged coastlines envelop secluded bays, staggering mountains border shimmering lakes and vast alpine plateaus carved by wild rivers paint an image of the world as it existed millions of years ago. Take a seven-day journey that encompasses the untouched beauty of Australia’s best-kept secret. From the charming markets of Hobart filled with gourmet artisan produce to pockets of national parks, discover the peace and tranquillity of pristine beaches and explore World-Heritage wilderness that cradles an abundance of unique critters.

Hobart, Australia
Hobart, Australia
Physical rating
Min 8
Group size
Min 1, Max 12

Why you'll love this trip

  • Begin and end your adventure in the charming harbour town of Hobart, home to top-quality seafood and a world-class museum of art.

  • Discover the breathtaking Bay of Fires – an incredible stretch of coastal heaven, famous for the fiery orange lichen that clings to its boulder-clad beaches.

  • Explore the World Heritage-listed Tasmanian wilderness of Cradle Mountain National Park – keeping an eye out for furry critters, including wombats and wallabies.

  • Watch translucent waters lap powder-white sands in one of Freycinet National Park’s secluded bays – then take the opportunity to climb to the summit of Mt Amos for a panoramic vista of this iconic landscape.

  • Walk in the land of the giants and explore the tremendous fern forests surrounding Russell Falls in Mt Field National Park.

Is this trip right for you?

  • Even in the summer months, Tasmania can be cold being so far south. Come prepared with summer clothes and waterproof clothes for days spent high in the mountains where weather can turn in a moment.

  • Accommodation on this trip is twin share hotel. If you are traveling solo, it's likely you will be paired with another person of the same gender, however you can pay for a single supplement if you would like your own room.

  • Many of the activities on this trip involve being outdoors in elements either on water or in national parks. The walks are not overly strenuous but will involve a degree of difficulty.


Welcome to Hobart, the capital of Tasmania. This charming city offers a distinct blend of heritage, scenery and culture nestled between its charming sandstone buildings and calm waterfront. If you’re here on a Saturday, be sure to check out Salamanca Markets. A walk along the waterfront also yields a great view of the mountains clasping the River Derwent, and the nearby MONA is a must see for any art aficionados. Later in the afternoon, meet with your guide and fellow travellers for a brief run-down of the adventure ahead, then perhaps opt to spend the evening sampling some of Hobart’s incredibly fresh seafood over dinner with the group.
Meals Included
There are no meals included on this day.
Special Information
It’s very important that you attend the welcome meeting as we will be collecting insurance details and next of kin information at this time. If you are going to be late please let your travel agent or hotel reception know. Ask reception or look for a note in the lobby for more information on where the meeting will take place.
Depart from Hobart this morning and take a leisurely drive to Mt Field National Park, Tasmania’s first national park, and home to an abundance of wildlife, diverse fauna and stunning lush vistas. Walk in the land of the giants as you explore beautiful surrounds on a guided walk through tremendous fern forests to Russell Falls – the park’s star attraction that was featured on Australia’s first stamp. This afternoon, continue your drive towards Tasmania’s Central Plateau, passing through Hamilton and Bothwell, taking in some of the stretching views of the Great Lake’s placid waters as you drive up to your lodge for the night. Tonight’s stay lies at an incredible lodge near Lake Augusta, surrounded by rugged shrubbery, tiny mires and open highland scenery. Previously used as an arctic training base, the accommodation features a charming fireplace, comfortable leather couches and best of all, a larder stocked with delicious local meats and cheeses for some particularly classy snacking options.
Meals Included
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
Take a plunge through the Greater Western Tiers, heading down into the Meander Valley. The local apiaries are responsible for churning out delicious clover honey with light citrus and vanilla flavours – take a sample of this sweet local treat before heading to a wildlife sanctuary for a chance to visit the local Tasmanian Devils (they’re not as fiendish as they sound!). Continue hiking onwards to Tulampanga (Alum Cliffs), a place considered spiritually important for the local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tribes due to the ochre found in the surrounding ranges. Following the trail forged by the trappers, hunters and loggers of old, stop for a break at mural filled Sheffield before returning to the mountains route to Cradle Valley, the gateway to Cradle Mountain National Park. Once you arrive, either relax around the hotel or pause to absorb the beautiful natural landscapes of this World Heritage-listed area. Consider dropping into the Wilderness Gallery’s for the evocative art, photographic and film exhibitions while you’re here.
Meals Included
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
Spend the morning exploring the magnificent wilderness of Cradle Mountain National Park along a number of different walking tracks. For those who prefer to travel at a leisurely pace, consider taking a trip to Waldheim Chalet or wandering along the Dove Lake circuit. For those with a little more grit, or people who simply love views of gorgeous lakes with rugged mountain backdrops, the hike to Marion’s Lookout is perfect. This afternoon, head down the mountain for a visit to Ashgrove Farm to witness the production of some of Tasmania’s most famous cheese. Take a nibble of this dairy-based delight before continuing your journey to Launceston, Australia’s third oldest city.
Meals Included
  • Breakfast
After breakfast, experience the rugged, awning beauty of Cataract Gorge – located on the edge of Launceston, the surrounding bushland makes you feel as though you’re a million miles away from city life. Explore this slice of wilderness, with its beautifully landscaped gardens and panoramic lookouts, before continuing your journey to the north-eastern coast of Tasmania, and the stunning Bay of Fires. Spanning over 50 kilometres, this incredible stretch of coastal heaven is made up of a collection of superb beaches, famous for the fiery orange lichen that clings to the boulder-clad landscape. This evening spend the night in the bustling town of St Helens, renowned for its game-fishing and delicious oysters.
Meals Included
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
This morning, drive east to the beautiful Freycinet National Park, home to a wild domain of sublime beaches, whose powder-white sands are lapped by translucent waters. 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. If time permits, stop by Devils Corner winery to indulge in a tasting or two of their award-winning wines then continue south, passing through the coastal towns of Swansea and Orford, and the historic village of Richmond, before arriving Hobart. This evening, perhaps join your fellow travellers for a final dinner to toast to your Tasmanian travels.
Meals Included
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
Your adventure comes to and today and you are free to depart at any time.
Meals Included
  • Breakfast


6 breakfasts, 4 dinners




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Important notes

1. This trip starts in Hobart with a welcome meeting at 5pm. Arrive at your leisure and look for the welcome note in the hotel foyer with details.
2. This trip is twin share hotel and lodge. A single supp is available to purchase on request
3. This trip will finish in Hobart after breakfast on day 7. Onward travel can be booked at any time.

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