Want to experience our pristine wilderness, beautiful beaches and a sense of history? Join us on this 4-day icons of Tasmania small group tour. Be invited to get a sense of Tasmania’s history and the best of our renowned local hospitality. This tour highlights the magic of Australia’s only island state in a short amount of time. The tour has been designed by our dedicated team who knows and loves Tasmania. Take home memories of the island’s icons such as the stunning Wineglass Bay, the convict ruins of Port Arthur and visit the colourful Salamanca Market as part of the program. Tour starts in Hobart and ends in Launceston.

Experience pristine wilderness, beautiful beaches, a sense of history and the best of contemporary Tasmanian hospitality. This 4-day tour highlights the magic of Australia’s island state. Designed by people who know and love Tasmania, this small group tour incorporates Tasmanian icons such as the incomparable Wineglass Bay, the convict ruins of Port Arthur and Salamanca Market in Hobart.

Tour includes:

  • Small group touring with a local guide
  • Transport in a well-appointed vehicle
  • 3 nights accommodation
  • 3 x breakfast, 3 x lunch
  • Entry to Port Arthur Historic Site
  • National Parks Passes & Hobart airport transfer

This tour is also available on a private touring basis.

DAY 1/ SATURDAY          


Arrive in Tasmania’s capital city, Hobart and transfer to your accommodation. Enjoy a day at leisure in Hobart. Take time to stroll through Hobart’s legendary Salamanca Market which is set in the stunning historical waterfront. Here you will find quality local handcraft, food and entertainment. In the afternoon you may choose to board the ferry to 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* Hotel in Hobart, Double room (or similar)
Meals: —

DAY 2/ SUNDAY           


The Tasman Peninsula and Port Arthur Historic Site are some of Tasmania’s most visited destinations. Set in tranquil gardens, Tasmania’s famous convict settlement site harbours a dark history which our experienced guide will bring to life. As you stroll amongst the now peaceful buildings, envisage the harsh life that was endured by the hapless convicts. View the famous geological features of the Peninsula as you explore the rugged coastline. In the afternoon, travel to the historic village of Richmond, nestled in the Coal River Valley. Experience the nostalgia of colonial times as you stroll and admire the well-preserved colonial architecture before returning to Hobart.

Accommodation: 4* Hotel in Hobart, Double room (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

DAY 3/ MONDAY         


Enjoy a drive along Tasmania’s East Coast to the Freycinet Peninsula, with its exceptional beauty, pristine white sandy beaches and granite coastline. Explore the scenic grandeur of the Freycinet National Park. Walk the track up to the world-famous Wineglass Bay lookout for some stunning photo opportunities, with views across the Freycinet Peninsula. A shorter cli­ff top walk around the lighthouse at Cape Tourville is also on offer.

Accommodation: Freycinet Lodge, One room cabin (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

DAY 4/ TUESDAY         


Depart the beautiful East Coast and continue your journey to Launceston, for an introductory tour of Tasmania’s largest northern city. Explore the scenic Cataract Gorge where the South Esk River forces its way through sheer rocky cliffs. Evoke memories of the genteel Victorian era as you stroll in the landscaped gardens. After lunch, your guide will bid you farewell.

NOTE: This tour ends in Launceston today after lunch at approximately 1:30 pm. Guests have the option to fly out of Launceston from 3:30 pm onwards.

Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

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