Tasmania 6 Day 5 Night Tour From Hobart

From: $1,965.00

  • Departs Hobart 7.30am
  • Returns Hobart 5.30pm
  • $1965 price is based on twin room must be purchased by 2 people
  • Includes Breakfast x 4, Lunch x 1, and Dinner x 3
  • Gordan river cruise
  • All National Park fees included




Embark on a six-day journey through the breathtaking landscapes and rich history of Tasmania on this nature-based tour from Hobart.

Designed for those seeking a relaxed pace amidst nature’s wonders, our small group tour offers comfortable motel-style accommodation, allowing you to unwind and immerse yourself fully in Tasmania’s renowned landscapes and wildlife. The price $1965 is based on a twin or double room so must be purchased by 2 people. If you are travelling alone please choose single room upgrade.

Tour from Hobart Departures

  • This tour departs selected Saturdays (October to April)
  • Starts Hobart 7.30am
  • Finishes Hobart 5.30pm
  • $1965 is base on twin room so must be purchased by 2 people


  • Russell Falls, Mt Field National Park, Lake St Clair, Queenstown, Gordon River Cruise, Tullah
  • Cradle Mountain, Launceston, Cataract Gorge, Bay of Fires, St Helens
  • Wineglass Bay, Freycinet National Park, Bicheno
  • Eaglehawk Neck, Tasmanian Devils, Port Arthur Historic Site
  • Tasman National Park and geological highlights, Richmond
  • Advanced Eco-Certified Tour

Your Travel itinerary

Our first wilderness experience begins in Mount Field National Park where we’ll walk amongst some of the world’s tallest trees and the cascading Russell Falls. Continuing west we will visit Australia’s deepest freshwater lake, Lake St Clair, before traversing the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park. Here we’ll enjoy some short walks along the tannin-coloured waters of the Franklin River and Nelson Falls. Further west, past the vast buttongrass plains, vistas of Mt Lyell, the Iron Blow and Horsetail falls complete our day of stunning scenery. We overnight in Queenstown, once a historic mining town, now a thriving West Coast destination. <strong>Overnight: Queenstown Dinner included

Cruise along the magnificent Gordon River. This outstanding river cruise explores Macquarie Harbour as far as the imposing Hells Gates. You’ll explore the convict site of Sarah Island before venturing upriver and deeper into the World Heritage rainforests. Stroll amid the ancient huon pines on the boardwalk and enjoy lunch aboard the ship featuring Tasmanian produce. This afternoon, journey to the tiny town of Tullah. On a clear day, magnificent views across Lake Rosebery are possible of the rugged peaks of Mount Murchison. Tonight, we’ll enjoy a group dinner and relax in the lakeside chalet. &amp;lt;strong&amp;amp;gt;Overnight: Tullah Breakfast Lunch Dinner included

Experience the iconic Cradle Mountain National Park. Your guide will explain several options to suit your preferences today. At Ronny Creek we’ll meander along the boardwalk to look for wombats. At Dove Lake, spend 2-3 hours circling the glacial carved lake beneath towering mountains and diverse alpine vegetation. Or take in the valley views from the Boat Shed or Glacial Rock. This afternoon, enjoy the “Town of Murals” at Sheffield, before arriving in Launceston in northern Tasmania. Overnight: Launceston Breakfast included&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;lt;/strong&gt;&lt;/strong&amp;gt;&lt;/strong>

Visit Cataract Gorge, a scenic nature reserve just minutes from downtown Launceston. Travel to the East Coast via St Columba Falls. We’ll enjoy lunch in St Helens before exploring the Bay of Fires/larapuna. At Cosy Corner North, stroll along the white sands of the pristine beaches. Turquoise waters and rust-coloured boulders make this scenery remarkable. This evening we will stay in Bicheno, the East Coast’s loveliest coastal town and home to the little penguin.
Overnight: Bicheno Breakfast included

Freycinet National Park is a coastal nature playground with secluded bays, pristine beaches, diverse forests, and pink granite mountains. At Honeymoon Bay, discover the stunning pink peaks of the Hazards Mountains. A walk to the Wineglass Bay Lookout provides postcard views of the curved white beach, while at Cape Tourville you can take in panoramic views of the Tasman Sea and Freycinet coastlines. We will continue south and see the scenery changes as we reach the gateway to the stunning Tasman Peninsula at Eaglehawk Neck. &lt;strong&amp;amp;amp;amp;gt;Overnight: Eaglehawk Neck Dinner included</p&amp;amp;gt;

Wander down to the geological wonder of the Tessellated Pavement and explore other parts of the magnificent Tasman Peninsula such as Tasman Arch and Devils Kitchen which form part of the Tasman National Park. See Tasmanian devils and other wildlife at a nature sanctuary, before visiting the open-air museum of Port Arthur Historic Site. Explore the vast gardens and convict buildings in what is known as the best convict historic settlement in Australia and a World Heritage Site. We’ll return to Hobart via the colonial village of Richmond, where our journey comes to an end.</p&gt;&amp;lt;/p&gt; &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;lt;p&amp;amp;gt; </p></p&amp;gt; &lt;p&amp;gt;&lt;p>&amp;lt;strong>Breakfast included


  • Accommodation for 5 nights
  • Meals: Breakfast x 4, Lunch x 1, and Dinner x 3
  • Gordon River Cruise
  • Entry to Port Arthur Historic Site and Harbour Cruise, Entry to a Wildlife Sanctuary to see Tasmanian Devils
  • National Park entry fees, guided walks and free-walking options
  • Pick-ups and drop-offs at selected Hobart CBD locations. Airport drop off available upon request

Looking for some other adventures? Take a look at our 5 day Tasmania tour Immerse yourself in Tasmania’s pristine wilderness on a captivating five-day journey that traverses the island from coast to coast, showcasing the very best it has to offer. Our tour begins by venturing to the untamed West Coast, where you’ll encounter mesmerizing waterfalls, lush rainforests, and abundant wildlife. Experience the dramatic shifts in scenery as we venture into the alpine wilderness of Cradle Mountain, followed by the pristine sands of Tasmania’s East Coast, where the Bay of Fires, Wineglass Bay, and Freycinet National Park await.

Important info before travel

In general, bring clothing that suits the season, including warm clothes (it can get cold in the mountains), comfortable closed-toe walking shoes, toiletries, a towel, hat, sunscreen, waterproof jacket, swimsuit, and 1-2 litre refillable water bottle. To travel more sustainably, please bring a keep-cup (for coffees) and a reusable shopping bag.

You may bring a backpack or suitcase up to 20kg that will be stored securely in our trailer during the day and unloaded each evening. We recommend bring a smaller day pack to store your daily essentials such as drinks, jackets and sunscreen while on tour.

The walking in Tasmania is world-class, and we’ve selected beautiful walking experiences for our guests that range in difficulty and duration. All walks are optional, and take from 20 minutes to up to 4 hours. Track conditions vary considerably, and may include: boardwalks, steps, rocks, mud, sand, gravel or paved paths. In general, there are easier and harder options to choose from at each location. Some walks are guided, while others are unguided (free-walking). Your guides will provide you with information on the walks in advance. Most importantly, choose a walk suitable for your fitness level and physical capacity, the weather, and your experience, ensuring that you have the appropriate attire such as sturdy walking footwear, rain gear and warm clothing. Safety is our primary concern at all times.

We visit some incredible places throughout Tasmania, and wherever possible get out of the bus to explore. Our tours are active in nature and a moderate level of fitness will enable you to get the most out of these tours. Wherever possible, our guides will always endeavour to give a moderate walking option as well as a more difficult one.

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Travel insurance is NOT INCLUDED in the cost of your tour. It is strongly recommended that you have personal travel insurance sufficient to cover loss or damage to property, illness, injury, or not being able to travel on the confirmed date of departure. We are not responsible for any loss or damage to personal belongings or luggage, for any injury or loss of any type while on tour.

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You acknowledge that the nature of the tour is adventure travel and participation involves a degree of personal risk. You agree to advise us prior to commencement of any tour of any pre-existing medical conditions you have which may affect your ability to participate in any part of the tour or other information we need to know to include you safely in the tour or activity.  We reserve the right to withdraw any person who in our opinion is likely to endanger themselves or others. We also reserve the right to cancel the day’s touring if we become concerned for any reason for your safety or that of any other person. To the extent permitted by law, all our liability for disruption to travel plans or mental injury is excluded.

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A traveller must be minimum age of 8 years at the time of the tour to participate. We have no upper age limit though we remind you our tours can be physically demanding and we expect you to have a reasonable level of fitness and act responsibly to ensure your own safety and the safety of others at all times. Our tours have a component of free walking, all of which is done at your own risk. All travellers under the age of 18 years at time of the tour must be accompanied by a legal guardian, or in lieu of a legal guardian, by a responsible escort over the age of 18 years, appointed by their legal guardian. The legal guardian or escort of any traveller under the age of 18 years will be responsible for the day-to-day care of travellers in their charge. A legal guardian may apply for an exemption to the age requirements. This application must be made in writing to us and we reserve the right to make any determination in our absolute discretion.

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Optional activities, as described in the itinerary, are at your own expense, are not included in the price of the tour and do not form part of these terms and conditions. You accept that any assistance given by your guide or any other member of our staff in arranging optional activities does not render us liable for them in any way. The contract for the provision of that activity will be between you and activity provider.

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Throughout our tours our guides will take photos which may include you. We may wish to use those photos for promotional purposes. By joining the tour, you acknowledge and agree that we or our agents may take photos of you and you consent to us using images of you taken during the tour for our advertising and promotional purposes in any medium we choose. You grant us a perpetual, royalty-free, worldwide, irrevocable licence to use such images for publicity and promotional purposes.

If you don’t wish to take part, please inform your guide at the start of your tour. We will not use any image containing persons under the age of 18 years at the time of tour.

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