At the south frontier of Australia lies Tasmania, the smallest and only island state of the Nation. Only one hour of flight, Tasmania gives you an entirely different experience. With national parks covering over 40% of the island, Tasmania is the wonderland for everyone. On this tour, you will experience much of what the island has to offer through visiting many of its major attractions, including Port Arthur, Wineglass Bay, Mt.Field and so much more.
Please book Tasmania 4 Day trip with option A, B or C on your third day:
Option A:Wineglass Bay / Coles Bay / Freycinet Peninsula/ Swansea Village / KATE’s Jam Farm
$629 per adult/$609 per child (3-12yrs)/$250 per infant (under 3 yrs., no bed, include bus seat)
Option B: Kettering / Bruny Island/ Adventure Bay/ Bruny Island Cruise/ Cloudy Bay Lookout (Lunch included)$779 per adult/$709 per child (3-12yrs)/$250 per infant (under 3 yrs. , no bed , include bus seat)
Option C: Seafood & Scenery Cruise / Catch, cook and eat on board (abalone, sea urchin and salmon, etc.) /Bruny Island Cloudy Bay Lookout /Search for wild white kangaroos (At least 4 passengers)
$1076 per adult/$1056 per child (3-12yrs)/$250 per infant (under 3 yrs. , no bed , include bus seat)
Wineglass Bay(Option A)；Bruny Island (Option B and C)；
Abalone Farm (optional tour)
Hobart Airport 6pm
D1： Hobart City/ Mt Wellington / Victoria Dock /Salamanca Square /Richmond Village/ Oyster Farm / Brewery (admire from outside only). Hobart City and surroundings, including: The most renowned oyster farm in Tasmania, where you can taste oysters, one of the three well-known local delicacies, at your own expense; The historic Victoria Dock and Salamanca Square; Mt Wellington, an excellent spot where you can admire the panoramic view of the British-styled town of Hobart and look far out to Antarctica; The hundred-year-old brewery located at the foot of the mountain; Richmond, one of the most significant historic towns in Australia, where you can find the oldest stone span bridge and the oldest Catholic church in Australia, the sandstone buildings on the streets showcasing Tasmania and Australia’s colonial heritage, as well as some high class boutiques for handcrafts and specialities.
D2：Port Arthur / Tasman Arch / Devil’s Kitchen / Tessellated Pavement/ Blowhole Port Arthur Historic Site, located on the Tasman Peninsula, is the best-preserved convict settlement in Australia and known as “the Australian Gulag”. The main spots include the ancient church built by former convicts, the penitentiary and guard tower, as well as a museum exhibiting pictures and historical relics, such as convict uniforms, lashes and chains. We will stop by four remarkable spectacles during our journey on Tasman Peninsula, which are Blowhole, Tessellated Pavement, Tasman Arch and Devil’s Kitchen.
D3：(Please Choose 1 itinerary from A , B and C) Option A: Wineglass Bay / Coles Bay / Freycinet Peninsula/ Swansea Village / KATE’s Jam Farm Wineglass Bay is located on the east coast of Tasmania. It was rated in the “Top Ten Beaches in the world” by the American tourist magazine “Outside” in 1999. Enjoy the Tasmanian eastern coastal scenery throughout the journey and take a stop at the French-styled village Swansea. Entering the Freycinet Peninsula, you will move to our destination Wineglass Bay. As Wineglass Bay sits at the foot of mountains, tourists have to climb up to the mountain lookout to appreciate its beauty. There will be a stop at KATE’s Farm to discover a unique range of Tasmanian produce. Option B: Kettering / Bruny Island/ Adventure Bay/ Bruny Island Cruise/ Cloudy Bay Lookout (Lunch included) Depart for Kettering in the morning to enjoy the dock scene, then ride the ferry to Bruny Island. Bruny Island consists of a North and South island which are separated by a narrow isthmus called “The Neck”. Cloudy Bay is the habitat for petrel and other water fowls. Compared with the small amount of population, there are various wild animals living in this spectacular island, including Fairy Penguin. After visiting Adventure Bay where Captain Cook landed, get access to the ferry for cruise. Catch the sight of the high and abrupt cliff, as well as the amazing and tremendous blowhole during the wildness cruise. Lucky passengers may see dolphins in the waters, seals lying on the rocks and whales in the distance. This exciting, breathtaking and high-speed cruise will be an unforgettable memory in your life. Option C: Seafood & Scenery Cruise / Catch, cook and eat on board (abalone, sea urchin and salmon, etc.) /Bruny Island Cloudy Bay Lookout /Search for wild white kangaroos (At least 4 passengers) Join the cruise with the captain, pass by the expensive neighbourhood during the journey and enjoy the sight of basalt cliffs formed over millions of years. Taste Tasmanian abalones freshly caught and cooked by the captain. At the salmon farm, you will see salmons alive and kicking. There is also a chance to spot seals lying on the rocks and rare seabirds flying in the sky. Some lucky passengers may see dolphins as well. Then the guide will dive for seafood such as sea urchin and sea snail, and prepare and serve them on board. At the oyster farm, taste some freshest juicy oysters that Tasmania is famous for. Then climb up to the lookout at Cloudy Bay to enjoy the spectacular and picturesque views of the island. Follow the guide to search for wild white kangaroos which might show up.
D4：Mt Field / Russell Falls / Horseshoe Falls / Royal Botanic Garden / characteristic house group / Abalone Farm (closed on weekends & public holidays, optional, admission $10)
The Royal Botanic Garden was built in 1818 and enables you to discover some unique Tasmanian plants such as Huon Pine. Mt Field, known as the natural Oxygen Bar, is the oldest natural reserve in Tasmania. Admire the tremendous momentum of Russell Falls. In the meanwhile, enjoy a peaceful walk away from urban stress. An optional stop at the Abalone Farm to watch a video about abalone fishing and have a chance to touch palm-sized wild abalone. (The tour guide has the right to adjust tour itinerary, including the visiting order and duration, due to weather and road conditions or any other conditions of an operational nature.)
1. Any tour participant under age 16 shall be accompanied by at least one guardian.
2. Peak season surcharge may apply during times of high demand, major events and public holidays.
3. Once the booking is confirmed, it cannot be cancelled within 30 days prior to the departure date. If the cancellation is made more than 30 days prior to the departure date, a cancellation fee (10% of the tour fees) will apply.
4. Change of departure date is permitted for one time only without a fee within 30 days prior to the departure date.
1. The tour guide has the right to adjust tour itinerary, including the visiting order and duration, due to weather and road conditions or any other conditions of an operational nature.
2. The Company has the right to make up groups, unless otherwise noted.
3. We recommend tour participants purchase travel insurance.
4. Tour participants shall follow the tour guide’s instructions and shall be responsible for any consequences caused by their own behaviours.
5. Fruits and vegetables are not permitted entry into Tasmania due to Tasmanian biosecurity regulations.
6. All hotel rooms in Tasmania are non-smoking rooms. A fine may apply to the smoker who smokes in the room including the bathroom. All hotels in Tasmania do not provide toothpaste, toothbrush, slippers, etc. Please bring your own.
7. Tour participants shall not leave the tour group without giving notice and shall be responsible for any injuries or accidents arising as a result of their leave. The tour guide may help with but is not liable for taking care of the elderly tour participants who shall be accompanied by their own carers.
8. Optional tours are not mandatory and are at the own expense of the participant who opts to join the optional tours.
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