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Tasmania is a magic place where you can meet the wildest and most beautiful landscapes, generous friendly people and Australia’s iconic native animals.  You can also taste wonderful wine and food and experience a haunting history evoked by spectacular convict-era ruins.

As one of Australia’s oldest cities, Launceston thrives as a hub for food, wine, culture and nature. The city boasts and incredible cityscape while still holds the historic charm with its Colonial and Victorian style buildings. Hobart combines the best of both worlds: a city steeped in history that co-exists along a vibrant modern city. No Tasmania holiday is complete without a visit to Tasmania's capital city and its surrounds. Don’t miss a visit to Salamanca Place, the hub of local arts and crafts. Here you'll find a range of shops, restaurants and the popular Salamanca Market that’s open every Saturday. Adjacent to this is Constitution Bay, which offers amazing views for diners, a docking area for boats and the local fish market.

Top destination:

Day 1: Hobart / Salamanca Market

Welcome to Hobart and tour to Battery Point, Salamanca Place, Wellington Mt. and Richmond. You can see the amazing views of Hobart from the top of the mountain. Enjoy the first night stay with sights, sounds, flavours and colour of Tasmania.

Day 2:

En route to Port Arthur cross Eaglehawk Neck to the Tasman Peninsula, including the historic Site and infamous convict prison and a cruise around the Isle of the Dead.

Day 3:

We head to western Tasmania into the vast Wilderness World Heritage area with its wild rivers, rainforests, waterfalls and amazing natural attractions. First stop of the day is the Mt. Field National Park where we stretch our legs as we hike Tasmania’s oldest National Park. We later go to the second largest city in Tasmania- Launceston.

Day 4:

Cradle Mountain is our destination today, and it takes us through the historic mining towns of Zeehan, Rosebery and Tullah where we hear of the rich history of the hardy miners.

On arriving at Dove Lake the beauty of the area apparently, the area is best seen on foot and walking options abound dependant on your preference. 

Day 5:

City tour in Launceston, discover the ancient Victoria time stores and coffee shops nearby. Fly back to Sydney and finish the amazing tour in a delight flight.

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