Wildlife and Wilderness, what’s on offer for the 2018 itinerary

7 day Wildlife and Wilderness encounter

Spotted quoll

Wombats, quolls, platypus and endemic bird species, just some of the unique animals spotted on our wildlife tours. When travelling in Tasmania, our guest love seeing the unique range of wildlife on offer in our island state often experiencing up close and personal encounters.

Getting up close and personal with wildlife and wilderness, Premier Travel Tasmania

Getting up close and personal with wildlife and wilderness

This April we introduce our latest Wildlife and Wilderness encounter and we are excited to include some new destinations on this 7 or 8-day itinerary. With a focus on wildlife, this multi day tour takes in Tasmania’s key destinations and combines them with optimal opportunities to see wildlife in the natural environment.

The latest addition to this tour is a stop in the Tasmanian central highlands staying at the new Thousand Lakes Lodge. Just outside the front door, guests are treated to wallaby, wombat, and with a bit of luck Tasmanian devil sightings as feeding time gets into full swing. Dusk is always a great time to see wildlife in action but here in the quiet and remote location, they are in abundance.

Thousand Lake Lodge - Premier Travel Tasmania

Thousand Lake Lodge in the central highlands

If you are after a once in a lifetime journey, then the addition of day 8 to your itinerary is a must. Another new addition to the 2018 itinerary, we will take you deep into the South West World Heritage area only experienced by a luck few. Spectacular views await as you fly into this untouched area where mountain peaks meet the Southern Ocean and the ruggedness of this area will take you breath away.

Bathurst Harbour

South west national park, Tasmanian, Wilderness and Wildlife encounter Premier Travel Tasmania


If you are limited for time but would still like to experience Tasmanian Wildlife and Wilderness, we have day tour options available where your private guide will take you from the center of Hobart to the remote Wilderness in Tasmania’s oldest national park.