4 Day Icons of Tasmania small group tourWith Premier Travel Tasmania
Available all year round
Tour DescriptionDay 1/SATURDAY ARRIVAL HOBART – AIRPORT TRANSFER
Arrive in Tasmania’s capital city, Hobart and transfer to your accommodation. You might like to allow time to stroll through Hobart’s legendary Salamanca Markets and visit Tasmania’s newest attraction, MONA. The Museum of Old & New Art is one of the world’s most unique and controversial museums. View the largest private art collection in Australia with its fascinating blend of ancient and modern art.
Accommodation: 4 star Hotel in Hobart, Meals: ---
Day 2/SUNDAY BONORONG – MT FIELD NATIONAL PARK
Today, travel to Bonorong Wildlife Park to experience Tasmanian Devils, Wombats, Wallabies, Echidnas, Quolls and other Australian animals first hand. Continue to Tasmania’s oldest National Park, Mt Field. Explore the green forest canopy of the National Park with a rainforest walk to Russell Falls and a beautiful circuit via Horseshoe Falls and the Tall Trees. Here you crane your neck to see some of the tallest trees in the world.
Accommodation: 4 star Hotel in Hobart, Meals: B/L
Day 3/MONDAY TASMAN PENINSULA – PORT ARTHUR – FREYCINET
Enjoy a scenic drive to Tasmania’s East Coast. Explore the Tasman Peninsula where you will visit Port Arthur and hear the story of Tasmania’s famous UNESCO world heritage listed convict settlement. The Tasman Peninsula off¬ers stunning scenery as well as many interesting geological features such as Devil’s Kitchen and Tasman Arch. Continue to the Freycinet Peninsula with its exceptional beauty, pristine white sandy beaches and granite coastline.
Accommodation: 4 star Lodge in Freycinet, Meals: B/L
Day 4/TUESDAY FREYCINET NATIONAL PARK – LAUNCESTON
This morning there will be time to explore the unsurpassed beauty of the Freycinet Peninsula. Take an interpreted walk to the world famous Wineglass Bay lookout for some stunning photo opportunities. Continue your journey to Launceston for an introductory tour and explore the scenic Cataract Gorge where the Tamar River forces its way through sheer rocky cliffs.