Night accommodation as indicated or similar
Meals as per itinerary
Small group touring with local guide
Entry to Bonorong and Port Arthur Historic Site
National park passes
Hobart airport transfer.
Visas if required
Items of a personal nature
Meals not specifically noted in the itinerary
Drinks unless specified
All international and domestic airfares and airfare taxes unless specified.
Day 1 Arrive Hobart
Adelaide Tasmania Holiday Package, touch base in Tasmania’s capital city, Hobart, and exchange to your convenience. Appreciate multi day at recreation in Hobart. You may get a kick out of the chance to enable time to walk around Hobart’s incredible Salamanca Markets and visit one of Tasmania’s numerous attractions, MONA. The Museum of Old and New Art is one of the world’s most novel and disputable galleries. View the biggest private workmanship gathering in Australia with its intriguing mix of old and present day craftsmanship.
Day 2 History and Devils
The Tasman Peninsula and Port Arthur Historic Site are a portion of Tasmania’s most gone to goals. Tasmania’s acclaimed convict settlement site highlights numerous attractions and our accomplished guide will bring its history alive. Visit the renowned geographical highlights of the landmass as you investigate the tough coastline. Toward the evening, meet Tasmanian’s puzzling character, the Tasmanian Devil before coming back to Hobart.
Day 3 Freycinet – Wineglass Bay
Appreciate a picturesque drive along Tasmania’s East Coast to the Freycinet Peninsula, with its remarkable excellence, flawless white sandy shorelines and stone coastline. Investigate the magnificent excellence of the Freycinet National Park. Take a translated stroll to the world well known Wineglass Bay post for some shocking photograph openings. A shorter precipice top stroll around the beacon at Cape Tourville is likewise on offer.
Day 4 Freycinet National Park – Launceston
At the beginning of today leave the excellent East Coast and proceed with your excursion to Launceston, for an early on visit to Tasmania’s biggest northern city. Investigate the grand Cataract Gorge where the Tamar River powers its way through sheer rough precipices. After lunch, your guide will say goodbye to you.
Hobart is charming, inviting, walkable, and one of Australia’s oldest cities with lots to do in and around the area – we spent 6 days here. The history is still alive with its 19th Century sandstone warehouses that now serve as cafes, restaurants and artists’ studios. Quaint cottages and colonial mansions are all over the small city.And then there is the backdrop of Mount Wellington rising above the city and the River Derwent racing through its heart. Get a dash of history by wandering around the historic harbour, Battery Point, and Salamanca. And of course there is the incredible MONA museum.
Historic Richmond is a lovely small town within easy reach of Hobart (25km north east) to spend a few hours exploring the historic sites. We took a stroll along the river before grabbing a bite to eat at the Richmond Arms Hotel, followed by coffee and cake at the popular bakery.Richmond is home to Australia’s oldest bridge (built in 1825) and Australia’s oldest Roman Catholic church, St John’s. You can also check out the Richmond Gaol and just wander around town looking at the numerous heritage-listed buildings.
Looking for history, drama, beauty and sadness? Port Arthur is where you’ll find it in spades. Port Arthur has a violent and troubled history as a penal colony for some of Australia’s hardened convicts.It’s one of the best things to do in Tassie and if you’re based in Hobart it’s accessible via a day trip. And for a great bite to eat on the way, don’t miss the Doo-Lishus food truck at nearby Eaglehawk Neck for the best fish and chips in Tasmania, plus homemade scallop, rabbit, and venison pies.
Ruggedly beautiful with towering sea cliffs and deep sea caves, fur seals, fairy penguins, an abundance of bird life and if you’re visiting in the right season, the opportunity to see migrating whales.Bruny Island is an easy day trip from Hobart, and the best way to experience Bruny if you only have half a day is with local legend Rob Pennicott from Pennicott Wilderness Journeys.
Coles Bay is set in a spectacular location with uninterrupted views of the red and pink granite peaks known asThe Hazards. It’s a small town with a few shops and cafes – don’t miss TomboloRestaurant and coffee bar for great coffee + wood fired pizzas with stunning views. This town is mostly known as the gateway toFreycinet National Park (our favourite place in Tasmania). Nearby Honeymoon Bay is brilliant and consider going kayaking in the beautiful bay. We could easily spend a week based here exploring Freycinet and all its walks.