Self Drive Tours

10 Day Deluxe Package

Our 10 day deluxe package is designed to show you the best that Tasmania has to offer in 10 amazing days. See the iconic sites such as Wineglass Bay, Cradle Mountain, Port Arthur and MONA, taste our delicious food, drink our wine and whisky and check out our wildlife. This package ticks off all the bucket list items but also takes you off the beaten track to some of the spectacular, less known spots that only us locals know about.

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Launceston's own piece of wilderness just 15 minutes walk from the city centre. Here at Cataract Gorge you'll find panoramic lookouts with spectacular views.

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Cradle Mountain is a part of Lake St. Clair National Park, one of 5 parks that form the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage.

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Dove Lake is located in the iconic Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park. You’ll find this 1940-built shed on the northwest shores of Lake Dove.

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Gordon River Cruises is an award winning wilderness experience in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.

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Russell Falls is located in Mt Field National Park. Towards the falls, the track is framed by stunning tall tree ferns.

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Hobart is the capital of Tasmania and situated on the Derwent River. It’s also home to the finish line of one of the world’s greatest blue water ocean races, The Rolex Sydney to Hobart.

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Richmond is a scenic town boasting an abundance of heritage listed colonial buildings. It is nestled in the heart of the Coal River Valley wine region.

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Tasman Island, located just off the south-eastern coast of Tasmania, is one of Australia's most significant seabird islands.

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Wineglass Bay, one of the top 10 beaches in the world. It has graced the cover of many a glossy brochure for good reason it's simply spectacular.

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Historic Campbell Town has an impressive collection of colonial buildings with many antique and speciality shops. The town is a service and supplies centre for travelers between Launceston and Hobart.

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Day 1

Arrive Launceston, pick up rental car at airport. Includes unlimited kilometres, insurance, fees and taxes. Drive to Launceston City and visit Cataract Gorge and the downtown area.

Accommodation: Launceston – Peppers Seaport Hotel – River view suite or similar (upgrade option: stay on a winery estate close to Launceston)

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Day 2

Drive along Tasmania’s wild north coast and visit seaside towns of Penguin and Burnie before getting into the UNESCO world heritage area of Cradle Mountain. Get close to our iconic animal the Tasmanian Devil during a after dark feeding tour at a local sanctuary.

Accommodation: Cradle Mountain – Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge – Spa cabin or similar

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Day 3

Explore the many walks of the Cradle Mountain National Park. Visit Dove Lake before heading west via old mining towns to the quaint fishermen’s village of Strahan. Explore the Montezuma Falls and the Ocean beach which is visible from space.

Accommodation: Strahan – Franklin Manor – Spa room or similar

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Day 4

Join the Gordon River Cruise in the captain’s upper deck cabin including lunch and all drinks and get way out into the wilderness. Spend the afternoon walking on the beach or taking one of the many forest walking trails.

Accommodation: Strahan – Franklin Manor – Spa room or similar

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Day 5

Traverse the island and travel through alpine regions. Stop at the ‘Wall in the Wilderness’, breath the freshest air and unwind yourself from everything. Visit Russell Falls and Tall trees at Mount Field National Park before arriving into Tasmania’s capital city Hobart.

Accommodation: Hobart – Henry Jones Art Hotel – Loft room

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Day 6

Explore the city of Hobart. Taste the local Tasmanian produce in the Huon Valley and get thrilled at the Tahune Airwalk while walking high in the trees on multiple swinging bridges.

Accommodation: Hobart – Henry Jones Art Hotel – Loft room

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Day 7

Get back into history when visiting nearby village of Richmond with its oldest sandstone bridge. Travel the Tasman Peninsula and get the real story of Australia’s convict past at Port Arthur Historic Site.

Accommodation: Port Arthur – Stewarts Bay Lodge – Ocean view cabin

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Day 8

Witness amazing seascapes and coastlines on the 3 hour-Tasman Island Adventure Cruise. See the majestic sea life and the rugged cliffs of the Tasman Island. Continue your journey up to the sunny east-coast with destination Freycinet Peninsula.

Accommodation: Coles Bay – Freycinet Lodge –  Deluxe Spa cabin 

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Day 9

Explore the stunning scenery from the water while joining a half-day kayak tour to see Freycinet National Park and the stunning white beaches from another perspective. (Option to take the 4 hour Wineglass Bay cruise). In the afternoon, walk up to the Wineglass Bay lookout or taste the freshest Oysters right from the sea.

Accommodation: Coles Bay – Freycinet Lodge –  Deluxe Spa cabin (upgrade option: Saffire Freycinet)

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Day 10

Leave Freycinet Peninsula and travel the Heritage Highway to Launceston. Stop at the historic villages of Campbell Town and Longford before returning your rental car at Launceston airport for departure.

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