5 Day Tassie Explorer

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Maximum of 24 travellers per group
Important Notes
1. Tour commences in Hobart on day 1 at 7:00am and finishes in Hobart day 5 at approx 6pm please consider when booking flights and accommodation. 2. We recommend you book accommodation in advance and extend your stay here. 3. Strict luggage limit of 15kg applies. 4. Allow AU$ 300 for meals not included.


Tour charming picturesque Hobart, Experience the diverse beauty of rugged Cradle Mountain, See Tasmanian devils, Soak up history at Port Arthur, Sample Tasmania's fresh produce, Admire Freycinet National Park's jagged peaks, Wander the iconic Wineglass Bay

Tour description provided by Intrepid

Visit Tasmania and step into a land of exquisite beauty and unspoilt terrain. From flawless beaches, stunning gorges and mineral cliffs to frothing waterfalls, glacial lakes and gigantic hardwood trees, we take you on a journey through a world marked by natural wonders and timeless grace. Enjoy a close look at the incredible attractions Tasmania has to offer and the rare animals who call Tasmania home as you travel around this island paradise.


Days 1-2 Hobart/Strahan
Tasmania's vibrant and picturesque capital, Hobart has a growing reputation as a cultural hotspot with world-class art galleries, fine restaurants and the famous Salamanca Market. A small harbour town on Tasmania's wild west coast, Strahan is a short drive from the magnificent Ocean Beach - a seemingly endless stretch of windswept dunes and ocean views.
Day 3 Cradle Mountain/Launceston
The pristine wilderness around Cradle Mountain is one of Australia's great destinations thanks to its gorgeous scenery, colourful alpine vegetation and epic walking trails. Launceston is a beautiful riverside city with well-maintained historic buildings, a relaxed atmosphere and lovely natural surrounds.
Day 4 Launceston/Bicheno
A laidback fishing town just north of the Freycinet Peninsula, Bicheno is known for its fresh seafood, sandy beaches and great scenery.
Day 5 Freycinet National Park/Hobart
A beautifully rugged area of granite mountains and azure bays, Freycinet National Park is home to one of the world's best beaches, Wineglass Bay. Hobart is Australia's second-oldest city and its rich colonial history shines through in its grand architecture.