Tasmania Tour Package | Holiday Promotion
Few destinations can pull off what Tasmania does in combining the world’s freshest and finest produce with the most adventurous wilderness. With 19 national parks covering 40% of Australia’s island state, native animals and ancient forests combine to create the cleanest and greenest environment possible. These pristine forests, productive agricultural lands and pristine seas provide a natural supermarket of deliciously fresh produce. Dine on succulent seafood like oysters, trout, lobster, abalone, scallops and salmon. Enjoy Tasmania’s unique leatherwood honey; pepperberries; Cape Grim beef and premium wines from over 200 vineyards!
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Planning to Tasmania
Getting to Tasmania
Fly to Hobart/Launceston, Tasmania with Qantas, only approx. 10 hours flight with a stopover either Sydney or Melbourne. These flights are available every day of the week. Check out our Qantas offer below!
Ideal Self-Drive Destination
Tasmania is easy to explore by car - it is compact, the roads uncrowded and scenery varied. The benefit of its size means you can stand atop a mountain and feel sand between your toes on the same afternoon drive. It has a small population and very few freeways. The two-lane roads are mostly well-maintained and the traffic is light!
The average maximum daily summer temperatures are between 17 and 23 degrees Celsius and winter daily temperatures sit between 3 and 11 degrees Celsius.Regardless of where you travel in Tasmania you should be prepared for sudden, temporary deterioration in the weather, especially if bushwalking. Always carry additional warm clothing, including a waterproof outer layer!
Tasmania Top Must Dos & See
1. Hobart & South: Walk & drive to the summit of Mt. Wellington; Cruise the River Derwent via boat; or see the city from the air on a scenic flight.
2. Hobart & South: Spend time at local farm gate markets at Salamanca Market, the retail and restaurant precinct on the southern edge of the Hobart Waterfront.
3. East Coast: Taste freshly-shucked oysters, scallops and abalones at Freycinet Marine Farms, aprox. 1.5 hours drive along the 105km scenic highway overlooking the Tasman Sea.
4. East Coast: Take a walk up to Wineglass Bay lookout to witness one of Tasmania's most photographed views. Get your camera ready to take a snap of it!
5. North West: Walk Cradle Mountain, one of Tasmania's favourite nature experiences, where you can also encounter the adorable Tasmanian Devil.
6. Hobart & South: See native animals at Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary and Tasmania Devil Unzoo; or stay at Curringa Farm for an authentic farmstay experience.
7. North West: Marvel at the spectacular geological formation of "The Nut", at Stanley or take the Woolnorth Tour to Cape Grim to breathe the cleanest air in the world.
8. West Coast: Take an iconic Gordon River Cruise at Strahan or ride the West Coast Wilderness Railway, departing from Queenstown or Strahan.
Destination Feature: Southern Lights in Tasmania
HIGHLIGHTS: This itinerary suggests some of the great spots for Southern Lights sightings. Since the Southern Light is based on sunspots and massive bursts of solar winds, you can view it from almost all over Tasmania with the exception of bigger cities (light pollution) OR places with obstruction of large mountain ranges or trees. Do remember to bring your DSLR camera (full frame or APS-C) and tripod along on this trip as you definitely need a long exposure with the camera so that the colours are revealed!
1. Curringa Farm
Curringa Farm is an award winning attraction where visitors can stay overnight. Have a light morning tea and homemade scones follow by a walk around the farm to view crops in season, lots of photo opportunities!
2. Mt Field National Park
Tasmania's first national park, with stunning vistas, great walks, abundant wildlife and excellent visitor facilities!
3. Cradle Mountain
Explore Dove Lake / Walk to Boat Shed. Drive to Dove Lake if weather is good!
4. Port Arthur Historical Site
Visit Australia's most well-preserved convict site and a must-visit destination on any tour of Tasmania!
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