Warm Winter Food and Drink Tour
Arrive Hobart Airport, pick up mid-size automatic rental car and travel to Hobart. Includes unlimited kilometres, insurance, fees and taxes. Drive into Hobart. Wander the city streets, eat world class food at our world-class eateries, head to the Mt Wellington summit and be back in time for evening drinks on the waterfront.
This small village of fishermen is surrounded by 19 national parks and regional reserves. Tasmania is 45 percent national wildlife parks and preserves, so it’s hard not to stumble upon one. Strahan is rapidly becoming commonplace on many a bucket list for a remote, adventurous getaway. Gordon River Cruises will provide a seemingly endless day of breathtaking views, complete with a tour through the notorious prison ruins on Sarah Island. Consider exploring the dunes in an ATV! Whether your preference is to dine on fresh seafood or sip sparkling wine, Strahan is a gem of a harbour side community thriving with outdoor activities.
West Coast Wilderness Railway
The Gordon River is one of our natural wonders and an amazing location for a wilderness cruise. From deep within the Tasmanian UNESCO Wilderness World Heritage Area it winds its way through the rainforest to arrive at the wide expanse of Macquarie Harbour, then through the narrow entrance of Hells Gates into the Southern Ocean.
The mountain itself is part of the Cradle Mountain–Lake St. Clair National Park in Tasmania’s Central Highlands — one of 5 parks that form a UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, spanning over 1 million hectares. Once upon a time, the area was blanketed by glaciers and ice, and is now one of the world’s last remaining stretches of temperate rainforest. Even cooler? Exploration of the area’s limestone caves has led to evidence of human occupation in the area harking back 20,000 years. Crafted by Mother Earth from sub-volcanic rock, Cradle Mountain stands 1,545 meters above sea level.
- Helicopter flights with Cradle Mountain Helicopters
- Cradle Country Adventures
- Devils in the Dark
Travelers, meet the top of your Tassie bucket list. Wineglass Bay is part of the Freycinet Peninsula, an outcrop of wild, pristine coast land on Tasmania’s east coast. Encompassed within the Freycinet National Park, it is considered one of the top ten beaches in the world. Nestled in the iconic Hazards range and bordered with pink granite peaks, Wineglass Bay is the most photographed view in the entirety of our island state.
- Wineglass Bay Cruises
- Freycinet Air
Located on Freycinet Peninsula, along the spectacular Great Eastern Drive, our pristine waters, fresh air and the abundance of sea life make for perfect oyster farming conditions. It doesn’t get any fresher than eating oysters straight out of the ocean. So we invite you to pop on some waders, wade out into the waters, harvest oysters straight off the rack, and enjoy our authentic oyster farm tasting experience.