Under Down Under 7 Day 6 Night Hobart -Hobart


From $995

Fast facts

  • Depart Hobart 7AM return Hobart 5.30 PM
  • 6 Nights same gender dorm share
  • 7 day Highlights of Tasmania including Bruny island
  • Fully guided tour,
  • Meals not included

With this fantastic value loop of Tasmania that includes the finest of the west, east, and south, see Tasmania in 7 fun-filled days of breathtaking scenery!

Under Down Under Super-7 day tour of Tasmania is eco-certified, and packed full of great walks, waterfalls, mountains, dramatic coastlines, lakes and primeval rainforest, topped off with the Tasman Peninsula and Bruny Island

DAILY OVERVIEW OF UNDER DOWN UNDER

Day 1: HOBART > STRAHAN

We travel through the Western Wilds till we reach Strahan, a charming harborside resort on the West Coast. We will explore the magnificent Russell Falls and some of the tallest flowering trees in the world at Mount Field National Park. Then, we’ll make a stop at Lake St. Clair, the deepest freshwater lake in Australia, and take in the spectacular scenery as we travel through the Franklin-Gordon National Park. For a look at Tassie’s mining past, Queenstown is our final destination before we reach Strahan. Before dawn: Strahan

Day 2: WILD WEST COAST

We’ll climb to Tasmania’s highest waterfall, Montezuma Falls, in the temperate Tarkine Rainforest as part of  Under Down Under’s tour of the region’s natural splendour. We’ll investigate the vast Henty Sand Dunes along the ocean. Alternatively, you may decide to take today’s optional sail down the enchanted Gordon River (own cost). We enjoy the cleanest air in the world at Ocean Beach later in the day. We can support you in your search for the shy and unusual platypus when you get back to Strahan. Overnight: Strahan

Day 3: CRADLE MOUNTAIN > LAUNCESTON

A hiker’s paradise, Cradle Mountain National Park offers alpine and glacier scenery. Choose between a tough walk to Marion’s Lookout and a relaxing lap around glacier-carved Dove Lake. Hopefully we’ll encounter some pleasant wombats at Ronny Creek! We will take in the vibrant murals in the town of Sheffield before travelling to Launceston. Nighttime: Launceston

Day 4: LAUNCESTON > BICHENO

Before travelling down the picturesque East Coast, visit the breathtaking Cataract Gorge in Launceston. You could be tempted to go swimming in the Bay of Fires (weather allowed). We’ll take our time discovering the lichen-covered stones and white beaches as well as the area’s cultural significance. You might want to sign up for the optional guided small penguin tour once we get in the quaint seaside village of Bicheno tonight to observe them emerge from the water by torchlight. Bicheno over night

Day 5: FREYCINET NATIONAL PARK > HOBART

The gem of Tasmania’s East Coast is Freycinet, and we make sure you make the most of your stay there. We leave early to beat the crowds to the Wineglass Bay overlook (and the heat). Adventuresome hikers can opt for the harder Mt. Amos climb, or you can take a more tranquil beach stroll. Your visit to Freycinet will come to a close with views of the pink granite Hazards mountains from Cape Tourville, followed by a trip back to Hobart along the Great Eastern Drive. Nighttime: Hobart

Day 6: BRUNY ISLAND

On Bruny Island, you can find the endangered white Bennett’s wallaby, breathtaking landscape, and top-notch regional foods like honey, oysters, and cheese. Be prepared to sample delectable cuisine, take in breathtaking scenery, and choose between an exhilarating hike to Fluted Cape or a more leisurely coastal stroll with time to visit The Neck, Cape Bruny, and Adventure Bay. Hobart overnight

Day 7: TASMAN PENINSULA

We’ll start with a stop at the historic Richmond village before moving on to the breathtaking Tasman Peninsula. We’ll admire the Tasman Peninsula’s stunning, rocky coastline, which includes Devil’s Kitchen and Tasman Arch as well as Pirates Bay Lookout, Waterfall Bay, and Tasman Arch. At Remarkable Cave, we’ll start a really lovely coastal stroll to Crescent Bay’s moon-shaped sand dunes and breathtaking ocean views. Alternatively, to see Australia’s best preserved convict settlement without having to climb, you might prefer to pay a visit to the Port Arthur Historic Site, which is listed on the World Heritage List.

We return to Hobart Approx 5 .30 pm

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