Travel down Tasmania’s East Coast and see amazing highlights such as Bay of Fires, Wineglass Bay, Port Arthur, kunanyi/Mt Wellington and Mona.

Includes

  • 3 nights’ accommodation
  • 2 breakfasts
  • National Park entry fees
  • Wildlife Sanctuary entry including Tasmanian devils
  • Port Arthur Historic Site entry, guided walk and harbour cruise
  • Local produce tastings (varies with seasons)
  • Mona museum entry and ferry transfers
  • Hostel and Motel pickups and drop offs
  • from $575pp
  • Hobart/Launceston
  • 4 Days

HOBART > BICHENO (OR) LAUNCESTON > BICHENO

We make our way to the East Coast and the beautiful Bay of Fires. If the conditions are right, this is the perfect place for a swim. Tasmania’s most scenic coastal drive takes you from St Helens to Bicheno, where you may want to join an evening viewing of the Little Penguins (optional at your own expense and seasonal).

Overnight: Bicheno (Breakfast)

FREYCINET NATIONAL PARK > HOBART

An early start means we are the first to the Wineglass Bay lookout, beating the crowds and the heat for that postcard photo. Relax on the secluded beach or choose the more challenging Mt Amos or Hazards Beach walk. Meet the iconic Tasmanian devil as we stop at Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, before a short drive back to Hobart.

Overnight: Hobart (Breakfast)

PORT ARTHUR HISTORIC SITE

After a quick look at Australia’s best preserved colonial village, Richmond, we head south to explore Tasmania’s ruthless convict past at the World Heritage listed Port Arthur Historic Site (guided walk and harbour cruise included). Rich in visual history, learn of the chilling life as a convict in the restored sandstone prison buildings and preserved ruins.

Overnight: Hobart (Breakfast)

MONA & THE MOUNTAIN

Heading 1272m above sea level, we arrive at the summit of kunanyi/Mt Wellington to enjoy stunning views over Hobart and Southern Tasmania. From there, it’s the Organ Pipes Track for the adventurous, or a more relaxed morning with guided sightseeing of the mountain. There’s time for lunch on Hobart’s waterfront before heading to the unique Mona museum, Tasmania’s most visited tourist attraction.