- Services of a TravelGlo driver/guide
- Seven nights' accommodation
- All travel by coach
- 10 meals – 7 continental breakfasts, 2 lunches and 1 dinner
- Welcome reception and farewell dinner with beverage
- Learn the vivid history, cultural heritage and stories of Port Arthur
- Admire the natural beauty of Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park
- Cruise along the magnificent Gordon River
Map & Itinerary
Pricing & Availability
Map & Itinerary
- Itinerary subject to change
- Tipping, airport transfers and porterage not included
- Recommended tip for driver/guide: $5 per person, per day. Enquire for tipping amounts for local guides, as well as terms and conditions
Thoroughly researched with our guests’ interests in mind, TravelGlo’s Hot Tips! are a collection of unique experiences you’ve never considered. Often not mentioned in travel guides, take advantage of our insider knowledge and discover fantastic things to do, places to go, food to try and much more.
Start your adventure in the romantic harbour town of Hobart. With its relaxed lifestyle and haunting history, it’s no surprise that Australia’s second-oldest city has been voted one of the best in the world to visit. Discover why with a city sights tour, before getting to know your fellow travellers and driver/guide this evening at a welcome reception.
Stay: Two Nights, Travelodge Hotel Hobart
Be enticed by Hobart’s flavoursome specialty, the curry scallop pie, at Jackman & McRoss or from the roving Smith's Speciality Pies van.
Venture to Port Arthur Historic Site, Australia’s most intact and notorious convict prison. See the sandstone Penitentiary, before visiting the Convict Church and Separate Prison, which was built to punish prisoners through 23-hours-a-day isolation and sensory deprivation. Then, you’ll be invited to join in on up-close animal encounters and wildlife adventures at the Tasmanian Devil Unzoo. Tonight, how about joining the locals at one of the boutique bars.Daily :
Hobart – Queenstown
This morning, wave to the locals as you roll into Russell Falls in Mount Field National Park. After a short walk to Tasmania’s prettiest and most photographed waterfall, you’ll reach Lake St Clair for a leisurely stroll. Part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, Lake St Clair is every walker’s dream. Then, it’s onward to Queenstown, once the world’s richest mining town.
Stay: Two Nights, West Coaster Motel, QueenstownDaily :
Follow the secluded wilderness highway, the Gordon River, from the comfort of a river cruise. Sit back and relax as you glide across Macquarie Harbour and enter the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, before stopping at Sarah Island. Here, you’ll get an insight into the brutalities of convict life as you explore the ruins of this once convict settlement.Daily :
Cradle Mountain – Launceston
Meet the Japanese macaques at Launceston’s City Park, a gift from sister city Ikeda City in Japan.
Make a beeline for Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, before visiting Waldheim Chalet and marvelling at the beauty of Dove Lake. From here, set off for the remarkable Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge, where a delicious lunch awaits. It's then onwards to Sheffield, in the foothills of Mount Roland, to celebrate the rural town's quirky murals. The hungry visitor is spoiled for choice this evening, as there's nothing quite like eating food where it's caught, grown and made. Spend the evening in Launceston.
Stay: Best Western Plus LauncestonDaily :
Bridestowe Lavender Estate – St Helens
After a morning at Cataract Gorge, you’ll stop at Bridestowe Lavender Estate for a guided tour. Here, walk within the rolling waves of violet as delicate tendrils of lavender dance in the breeze. Then, you’ll travel to St Helens, the state’s second-largest fishing port and game fishing capital.
Stay: Comfort Hotel Bayside, St HelensDaily :
Freycinet National Park – Hobart
Among a collection of 37 fossil sets, sip on a stylish cocktail in an intimate Victorian-inspired lounge (millions of years in the making) at the Evolve Spirits Bar.
This morning you’ll head to Freycinet National Park where you’ll join in a walk along Cape Tourville, admiring the stunning coastal scenery. After, learn the stories of an early Australian colonial village at Richmond, where a photograph at the country’s oldest bridge is a must. Tonight, gather for a farewell dinner with your new friends.
Stay: Travelodge Hotel HobartDaily :
Hooroo Hobart as your adventure ends today, but not before a wander through Salamanca Markets – where an array of Tassie treasures await.Daily :
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