Tasmania is proof that good things come in small packages: from the steep ridges of Cradle Mountain to the crystal waters of the Bay of Fires, Freycinet & Wineglass Bay, you'll be wowed by the natural beauty of this compact island. With charming heritage towns, short driving distances between destinations, friendly locals, and outstanding gourmet produce, it's a heavenly destination for an Australian self-drive holiday.
If Tasmania is on your must-do list, then this self-drive journey offers the ideal introduction to the island state. Combining spectacular landscapes with exposure to rich convict history and gourmet artisan produce, it takes you to unforgettable locations and ensures memorable encounters. Step back in time at Port Arthur, and Cruise the wild Gordon River and Tasman Island. Explore the Cradle Mountain, pristine Tarkine Wilderness and Freycinet National Park.
Tasmania's rugged beauty takes on an enchanted quality in winter. The air is crisp, and falling snow dusts the mountains and eucalyptus trees. Festivals celebrate apple cider, chocolate, singing, and the winter solstice. Clear nights are ideal for stargazing and seeing the southern lights of the Aurora Australis. It's also the perfect season for a sip of Tasmanian whisky by a cozy open fire. Highlights include Taking the ghost tour of Port Arthur, Beautiful Freycinet National Park, An Enchanted Walk Cradle Mountain National Park, and Meeting the Devil.
Off the mainland of Australia, you will find the wild & wonderful state of Tasmania. Featuring World Heritage wilderness and history, there is so much to see and do! Explore Hobart, Cradle Mountain, Launceston, the Bay of Fires and the stunning Freycinet National Park. Taste Gourmet Food and Wine, and take a step back in time at Port Arthur.
Get a true taste of Tasmania with this 10-day luxury self-drive tour which with a perfect balance of adventure and relaxation. Explore Hobart, Launceston, and the national parks of Cradle Mountain and Freycinet National Parks. Experience the Wild Southwest by Plane and Boat, a Truffle Farm, and Tamar Valley Wine & Cheese Fun.
Discover the pure beauty of Tasmania on this magnificent two-week itinerary (14-days) that takes you on a road trip showcasing the very best of the Apple Isle. Marvel at the gems of the magnificent east coast and explore the Tasman Peninsula. Relax on the clear waters of world-famous Bay or Fires and walk through rugged nature at Cradle Mountain - Other Highlights: Iron Pot Lighthouse Cruise, King River Rail Raft and Rainforest, Tasman Island Cruise.
Tantalize your tastebuds on this gourmet eight-day self-guided tour of Tasmania, taking you to some of the island’s most iconic sites via local wineries and food producers. Fine-wine connoisseurs and gourmands will be in their element as they savour some of the finest drops and morsels in the Tamara Valley and stunning Bruny Island. Other Highlights Include: a Wineglass Bay Cruise.
Without a doubt Tasmania should be on your Australian travel itinerary - too many people miss out on this absolute gem of a place. There is so much to see and do! Explore Hobart, Cradle Mountain, Launceston, the Bay of Fires, and the stunning Freycinet National Park. Taste gourmet food and wine, and take a step back in time at Port Arthur and the surprising Bruny Island.
Experience 3 Days of beautiful coastal walks on the wildly beautiful Bruny Island, Tasmania’s Natural Wildlife Haven, eat produce directly from the source while enjoying luxury camping with exquisite meals. Then explore the remote and harsh southern coasts and waterways of the islands Southwest, this is a rugged and beautiful region only explored by flying. kayak the beautiful Wineglass Bay in Freycinet National Park – and much much more!
From the tranquil beaches of Tasmania’s east to the rugged mountains flanking the west, this fourteen-day itinerary will leave you spellbound. This spectacular trip takes in the untouched beaches along the east coast, the rugged wilderness of the west and must-see attractions including Wineglass Bay, Cradle Mountain, Bay of Fires, and the Tarkine Wilderness.
Discover the "Wild Side" of Tasmania on an 8-day spectacular road trip, taking you to Tasmanian icons such as the famous Wineglass Bay, the Tasmanian Devil, the convict ruins of Port Arthur and explore Tasmania’s diverse natural environment – a perfect habitat for a variety of wildlife including marsupials, birds and marine mammals. Explore Cradle Mountain, Mt Fields, Southwest, and Freycinet National Parks.
Starting and ending in Hobart, your journey circles Tasmania. Beginning with the heritage of Hobart and Port Arthur you then head to the clear waters of the eastern coast and the jewel that is the Freycinet National Park. Travel on to Launceston, before heading to the wilds of the Tarkine Wilderness region. Cradle Mountain is spectacular and with two nights to enjoy here and in the more remote Strahan area - your trip will be a feast for your senses.
This Tasmanian family holiday is the perfect chance for the family to unplug and reconnect in a landscape that is classified as a Wilderness World Heritage Area. Your family will have opportunities to engage with wildlife, wombats, devils, roos and koala at Bonorong. Hiking at Lake St Clair and Cradle Mountain, Heritage cruise on the Gordon River, kayaking at Freycinet National Park and of course Australia's colonial heritage is on display in Launceston, Hobart and at Port Arthur.
This 12-day self-drive itinerary takes you the whole 243 km length of the iconic Great Ocean Road, which lies between Melbourne and Adelaide. Discover amazing coastal scenery, adventure, and wildlife en route to the festival city of Adelaide before flying to the World Heritage Wilderness of Tasmania, Australia's beautiful island state to discover Freycinet National Park and Port Arthur Historic Site and so much more...
Off the mainland of Australia, you will find the wild & wonderful state of Tasmania. Featuring World Heritage wilderness and history, there is so much to see and do! Explore Hobart, Cradle Mountain, Launceston, the Bay of Fires, and the stunning Freycinet National Park. Taste Gourmet Food and Wine, and take a step back in time at Port Arthur.