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10 Day Best of Tasmania

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ANZCRO / 10 Day Best of Tasmania

10 Day Best of Tasmania


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Explore the untouched wilderness of Tasmania, from the picturesque Freycinet Peninsula to the World Heritage-listed site at Cradle Mountain.

Lose your breath at Wineglass Bay and head to the World Heritage-listed wilderness that makes up 20 percent of the island on this 10 Day Best of Tasmania tour. As well as rugged and ancient natural beauty, Tasmania has a thriving creative culture, a rich history of convicts, pioneers, miners and whalers, and fabulous food and wine. The best time to visit Tasmania is between October and April, when the weather is at its best.

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Tour Inclusions

The following are included in your package tour:

9 nights accommodation

Airport transfers on arrival and departure

Mid-size rental car on all-inclusive basis and unlimited kilometres

Breakfast daily

Price Excludes: International and domestic flights to Australia, airport taxes, meals (except breakfast), and airport transfers in Sydney.

Conditions: Prices are per person, twin/double-share and subject to availability. Prices are correct at the time of submission (Oct 17) but are subject to change without notice. Valid for travel 1 Oct 17 to 30 Sep 18. Blackout periods and surcharges may apply. Car hire excess fee of AU$550 applies. This will be imprinted on a credit card upon collecting the vehicle. Excess reduction options are available at an additional cost per day. Car parking fees may apply in some locations.

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Day 1: Arrive Hobart

On arrival at Hobart Airport you will be transferred to your hotel. Hobart is Australia’s second oldest city, and was originally founded in 1804 as a penal colony. The city enjoys a beautiful harbour setting and is home to a burgeoning arts scene.

Day 2: Derwent Valley to Strahan, 299km

Collect your rental car this morning and drive through to New Norfolk in the picturesque Derwent Valley, home to many small, family-run vineyards. Continue west to Queenstown and on to Strahan, located at the head of the Macquarie Harbour. This attractive town features old timber buildings, a scenic port, and a backdrop of thick native bush and mountains.

Day 3: Zeehan to Cradle Mountain, 160km

Take an optional scenic flight or morning cruise into the World Heritage Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park for awesome views of this mainly impenetrable rainforest. Later, continue north to the small towns of Zeehan and Rosebery before entering Cradle Mountain National Park.

Day 4: Explore Cradle Mountain

Cradle Mountain is one of Tasmania’s most spectacular locations, with dramatic scenery and abundant wildlife. There are numerous walks available in the park, including a gentle hike around Dove Lake, which sits in the shadows of Cradle Mountain’s jagged contours.

Day 5: On to Launceston ,138km

Drive northeast to the city of Launceston, perhaps stopping at the Towunna Wildlife Park en-route where you can see koalas, wombats, Tasmanian Devils, and other native animals. Take time to visit Cataract Gorge, just a short distance from the city centre.

Day 6: Freycinet National Park, 180km

Your next destination is Coles Bay in the spectacular Freycinet National Park. Dominated by the imposing pink granite outcrops of the Hazards Mountain Range, the park is home to a wealth of bird and animal life and walking trails. Enjoy the opportunity to explore this beautiful region by hiking, cruising and kayaking. A highlight of your visit here will be Wineglass Bay, a stunning curved bay of white sand and sparkling blue sea.

Day 7: Freycinet National Park

Spend another day immersed in the extraordinary natural beauty of this area.

Day 8: Coles Bay to Port Arthur, 236km

Continue your journey south through Dunalley and across the isthmus at Eaglehawk Neck to Port Arthur, one of Australia’s most significant heritage sites. Be sure to visit the convict ruins of one of the largest and most brutal convict prisons in Australia’s history.

Day 9: Tasman Peninsula to Hobart, 95km

This morning is free to enjoy the scenic Tasman Peninsula before returning to Hobart for some last minute sightseeing and shopping. Return your rental car on arrival.

Day 10: Depart Hobart

At leisure until you are transferred to Hobart Airport for your onward flight.

Tour Route

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