Best of Tasmania

7 Day Guided Adventure with Flights, 4-4.5 Star Hotels, Luxury Lunch Cruise & $1000 Bonus Value

Select dates Feb - Sep 22 | Limited Availability

from $... per Person
Book by November 30, 2021

Low Deposit from $199^pp

Discover unspoiled coastal scenery, natural mountain and rock formations, free-roaming wildlife and the world’s cleanest air with breathtaking visits to iconic Cradle Mountain, Freycinet National Park and the Tasman Peninsula. Uncover fascinating convict history as you stroll around the historic prison buildings of Port Arthur. Conclude your holiday with a lunch cruise to Peppermint Bay, and pick up local made gifts and fresh produce at the famous Salamanca Market.


  • Marvel at the pristine waters of Wineglass Bay and the pink granite mountain backdrop at Freycinet National Park
  • Reminisce in the historic charm of Launceston’s Colonial and Victorian style buildings
  • Sample local whiskey at a family-run Launceston distillery
  • Lose yourself in the surrounds of spectacular waterfalls, lakes, forests and wildlife at Cradle Mountain
  • Stroll around the nineteenth century town of picture-perfect Richmond
  • Take in panoramic views of Hobart at the summit of Mt Wellington
  • Tour Port Arthur’s infamous convict prison and cruise the Isle of the Dead
  • Revel in the unspoiled coastal scenery and natural rock formations of the Tasman Peninsula
  • Indulge on a luxury lunch cruise to Peppermint Bay overlooking Bruny Island
  • Shop Tasmania’s largest selection of locally made products and fresh produce at famous Salamanca Market


  • Return Flights to Hobart
  • 7 Day Guided Touring Experience
  • 2 Nights 4 Star Accommodation at Tamar Valley Resort
  • 4 Nights 4.5 Star Accommodation at RACV Hobart Hotel
  • Breakfast Daily & Welcome Dinner
  • Private Deluxe Coach Transportation
  • Escorted Peppermint Bay Cruise with Lunch
  • Sightseeing & Admissions to Iconic Attractions



Day 1: Arrive Hobart
Welcome to Tasmania! Upon arrival at Hobart Airport, make your own way to RACV Hobart Hotel (or similar) located in the heart of Hobart’s cultural city centre. Check-in is available after 2pm. The remainder of the day is at your own leisure to explore the city and its surrounding waterfront including Constitution Dock, the destination of the annual Sydney to Hobart yacht race.

Day 2: Wineglass Bay, Freycinet National Park (B)
Explore the stunning beauty of Freycinet National Park, one of Tasmania’s first National Parks. Pink granite mountains form the backdrop for secluded bays, pristine waters, white sandy beaches, local wildlife and walking trails. Walk as a group to the Wineglass Bay Lookout, a moderate 1.3km uphill walk of around 45 minutes, one of the Great Short Walks of Tasmania. Once at the top be rewarded with that world-famous breathtaking view of Wineglass Bay. After several hours at Freycinet National Park re-group ready to begin the trip to one of Australia’s oldest cities – Launceston. Finish the afternoon with a tasting from one of the island’s family-run whiskey makers.

Over the next 2 nights, relax at Tamar Valley Resort (or similar) – a quaint retreat nestled in a Swiss-style village north of Launceston with vast expanses of grassy lakes and beautiful views of Tamar Valley.

Day 3: Cradle Mountain, Dove Lake (B, D)
Travel deep into the pristine Tasmanian forest, and experience a remote wilderness of waterfalls, glacial lakes, rainforest and wildlife on this day trip to breathtaking Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. Inside the UNESCO World Heritage–listed park, take walks through the forest and admire views of the craggy peak of Cradle Mountain towering above the tranquil reflective waters of Dove Lake. Enjoy the company of your Tour Director and fellow travellers this evening at a Welcome Reception and dinner.

Day 4: Richmond, Mt Wellington (B)
Enjoy a visit to Richmond, a picture-perfect town that tells the story of an early Australian colonial village. Take a stroll down the pretty nineteenth century streets and see the town’s most photographed landmark, the Richmond Bridge. Stop by a local boutique cheese maker to sample some delicious award-winning Tasmanian cheeses. Next travel by Hobart’s waterfront to the summit of kunanyi/Mt Wellington. Rising 1270 metres above sea level, experience spectacular views over Hobart and southern Tasmania. You’ll have time to visit the observation shelter and take in panoramic views from the lookouts.

Over the next 3 nights, stay at RACV Hobart Hotel (or similar) in the heart of Hobart’s cultural city centre.

Day 5: Port Arthur, Tasman Peninsula (B)
Learn about Tasmania’s convict history while exploring the Port Arthur Historic Site today, taking a cruise around the Isle of the Dead and a fascinating guided walk of the remains of Port Arthur’s infamous convict prison. There will be time for you to wander the site at your leisure. On the drive from Hobart, admire the coastal scenery that highlights the natural beauty of the Tasman Peninsula, see the amazing natural rock formations of the Blowhole, Tasman Arch and Devil’s Kitchen.

Day 6: Peppermint Bay Lunch Cruise (B, L)
Indulge in a relaxing and beautiful Peppermint Bay Lunch Cruise. This return cruise on-board a catamaran is a great way to experience the city’s harbour, beachside towns and wildlife on route to the Peppermint Bay Hotel. Arriving at Peppermint Bay, take a short stroll to the restaurant to enjoy the chefs set menu based on seasonal produce from its garden and of course local producers, whilst you soak up the views over the d’Entrecasteaux Channel and Bruny Island.

Day 7: Salamanca Market, Depart Hobart (B)
After one final breakfast, flight time permitting, opt for a highly recommended self-guided visit to Salamanca Market (held every Saturday, from 8.30am to 3pm), one of Australia’s most vibrant and loved outdoor markets. Delight your senses with the sights, sounds and flavours illuminating from the vast array of market stalls and meet the friendly locals who make or grow what they sell. Bid farewell to Tassie when your holiday comes to an end and make your own way to the airport.

Deal Code: MT-50020

20 February 2022*
20 March 2022*
15 May 2022
12 June 2022
4 September 2022

* High Season Surcharge: $200 per person

Airport transfers, meals not stated, travel insurance and anything not stated are at your own expense.

An initial deposit from $199 per person is required to secure your booking.
A second deposit (partial payment) is required 8 months before departure for flights – the amount to be advised by the consultant at the time of booking.
The final balance will be due 3 months before departure.

A single supplement from $699 per person for solo occupancy is payable in addition to the twin share price.

Children under 5 years of age are not permitted. A $300 per child discount applies for children 5-11 years old sharing existing bedding with an accompanying adult. Children requiring their own bed are subject to adult pricing.

Triple share is not available.

Hobart pre or post tour accommodation with breakfast (minimum 2 night stay):
Travel in May-Aug: From $275 per room per night
Travel in Sep-Apr: From $375 per room per night
Extra accommodation is on request and subject to availability.

Prices are correct at time of publication and are subject to availability, change, cancellation or withdrawal without notice. All prices are in Australian dollars per person twin share unless stated otherwise.

Due to high demand and limited availability of these special rates, bookings are not confirmed until confirmation is sent; usually within 48 hours.

If you are unable to travel due to government restrictions or supplier cancellations, we will waive our administration fee and assist with a date change or credit less any unrecoverable third-party costs. Credits are subject to supplier conditions and fare differences may apply upon rebooking.

Each amendment incurs a $55 per person administration fee.
Additional fees from third-party suppliers including airlines may apply.

Cancellation more than 60 days before departure: Loss of deposit and airfare (if ticketed).
Cancellation within 60 days of departure: Loss of 80% of package price.
Cancellation within 30 days of departure: Loss of 100% of package price.

It is the customer’s responsibility to check the country of departure and country of arrival’s COVID-19 restrictions. Our third party supplier partners (e.g. airlines, cruise lines, accommodation and touring operators etc) may also have additional restrictions. It is the customer’s responsibility to check that all travellers in your party also meet all requirements. The situation is fluid and as such country and state entry requirements, along with third party supplier requirements, are changing frequently. All travellers must comply with their final destination’s immigration and health requirements.

Health requirements are the responsibility of all individual travellers. Should any mandatory quarantine or testing be required, this will be at your own expense and for you to arrange. Please be advised that any costs for these requirements will be at your own expense. Our consultants are not qualified to advise you on vaccinations. Please contact your doctor or a specialist vaccination clinic for advice.

Flights will be ticketed at any time after a deposit is received. The flights included in your package are based on a specific predetermined airfare allowance. Should there be a significant increase in airfares, taxes or government fees at the time of booking flights, then an airfare supplement may be imposed. The flights team will discuss options with you prior to ticketing, should this situation arise. Flights may not operate daily or directly to your destination. Customers may be required to transit in Sydney or Melbourne.

A medium level of fitness is required to fully enjoy this tour. The tour is conducted predominantly at a medium pace with regular breaks on the coach while in transit to destinations, and may involve a couple of a longer travel days to the National Parks. Cradle Mountain consists of relatively short, brisk and flat walks on well-formed tracks. While suitable for most people with a decent level of fitness, a longer 1.3km ascent to the Wineglass Bay Lookout involves steep steps on sections of the loose gravel track. You do not have to walk the entire track if too physically demanding. You will typically spend several nights at one location which means less time packing and unpacking. You will be required to move about unassisted, including boarding and alighting vehicles, ascending and descending stairs, walking on uneven or steep terrain, and handling your own luggage. This tour is not suitable for guests requiring mobility scooters and wheelchairs.

Baggage is strictly limited to one piece per person, superseding any other baggage allowance.

Every effort will be made to accommodate you in the hotels and properties listed. In the unforeseen event that the listed hotels are not available, substitutes of a similar standard will be provided. All hotel ratings are local or self-ratings provided by the supplier. All rooms will be lead-in category or run of house unless otherwise specified. The standard check-in time is after 2pm and check-out is before 10am.

Please notify us of any special dietary requirements at the time of booking but note that choices may be limited or not catered for.

The operation of the tour is subject to availability and a minimum group size of 10 passengers. If the tour does not operate, you will be offered a credit.

The operating schedule and itinerary may be impacted without notice by adverse weather, seasonal factors, closures, local conditions, COVID-19 or other factors beyond our control including force majeure. The itinerary and its order, sightseeing and transportation may be adjusted as deemed appropriate by the operator for optimum safety, enjoyment and operation.

Final documentation will be emailed within two weeks of departure of the respective travel component.

Travel insurance is not included and is strongly recommended. Ask our holiday experts for great coverage options.

Force majeure means any natural disaster, accident, fire, act of God, act of war, terrorism, legally binding judgment, injunction, action of a court or other relevant authority, emergency, unplanned repairs, maintenance, strike, industrial dispute, work ban, blockade or picketing, travel ban, pandemic, epidemic or outbreak of infectious disease, or other event beyond our reasonable direct or indirect control. In case of force majeure or other extraordinary event that prevents safe travel, the supplier reserves the right to adjust, postpone or cancel the trip.

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