7 Day Tassie Super 7 Tour (Launceston to Launceston)
Bay of Fires, Wineglass Bay, Port Arthur Historic Site, kunanyi/Mt Wellington, Cradle Mountain…these are just a few of the sights you’ll visit and they really do speak for themselves. You will see Tasmanian devils, visit Mona and walk through rainforests. It’s a feast of natural beauty, wildlife,history and culture in 7 days. Small groups and experienced guides mean that you will get to be a big part of this amazing tour and get a taste of the diverse and amazing natural wilderness that our
great state has to offer.
DAY 1: LAUNCESTON TO BICHENO
We make our way to the East Coast and the beautiful Bay of Fires. If the conditions are right, this is the perfect place for a swim. Tasmania’s most scenic coastal drive takes you from St Helens to Bicheno, where we visit a wildlife sanctuary to meet the iconic Tasmanian devil. Tonight, you may want to join an evening viewing of the Little Penguins (optional at your own expense and seasonal).
DAY 2: FREYCINET NATIONAL PARK TO HOBART
An early start means we are the first to the Wineglass Bay lookout, beating the crowds and the heat for that postcard photo. Relax on the secluded beach or choose the more challenging Mt Amos or Hazards Beach walk. We continue further along the scenic east coast via the seaside towns of Swansea and Orford as we make our way to Hobart.
Overnight: Hobart (Breakfast)
DAY 3: PORT ARTHUR HISTORIC SITE
After a quick look at Australia’s best preserved colonial village, Richmond, we head south to explore Tasmania’s ruthless convict past at the World Heritage listed Port Arthur Historic Site (guided walk and harbour cruise included). Rich in visual history, learn of the chilling life as a convict in the restored sandstone prison buildings and preserved ruins.
Overnight: Hobart (Breakfast)
DAY 4: MONA & THE MOUNTAIN
Heading 1272m above sea level, we arrive at the summit of kunanyi/Mt Wellington to enjoy stunning views over Hobart and Southern Tasmania. From there, it’s the Organ Pipes Track for the adventurous, or a more relaxed morning with guided sightseeing of the mountain. There’s time for
lunch on Hobart’s waterfront before heading to the unique Mona museum, Tasmania’s most visited tourist attraction.
DAY 5: HOBART TO STRAHAN
We leave Hobart and drive through the Derwent Valley – travelling east to west across the island. You’ll see the beautiful Russell Falls, walk among the Mt Field National Park Tall Trees, and visit Australia’s deepest freshwater lake, Lake St Clair. Explore the pristine Franklin-Gordon Wild River National Park and end the day in Strahan. Overnight: Strahan
DAY 6: WILD WEST COAST
In the untouched wilderness of Tasmania’s West Coast we will explore the shifting sands of Henty Dunes. Then we continue into the Tarkine Rainforest and walk to Tasmania’s highest waterfall – Montezuma Falls. Or you can choose to join the world famous Gordon River Cruise (optional, at your own expense).
Overnight: Strahan (Breakfast)
DAY 7: CRADLE MOUNTAIN TO LAUNCESTON
Around 950m above sea level is the World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain-Lake St Claire National Park, where you choose a walk to suit you. With an extensive range of tracks, stroll around Dove Lake or challenge yourself with a hike to Marion’s Lookout. A short drive takes us through Sheffield,
the ‘town of murals’, to Launceston.(Breakfast)
Hostel Dorm: $895.00
Hostel Twin / Double: $1075.00*
Hostel Single Room: $1465.00
Motel Twin / Double: $1285.00*
Motel Single Room: $1795.00
* Twin/Double accommodation option must be a minimum of 2 persons
6 nights’ accommodation
National Park entry fees
Wildlife Sanctuary entry including Tasmanian devils
Port Arthur Historic Site entry, guided walk and harbour cruise
Local produce tastings (varies with seasons)
Mona museum entry and ferry transfers
Hostel and motel pickups and drop offs
NOTE: Unless otherwise specified, the rates listed are for the 2017 - 2018 season. The 2017 - 2018 season rates are valid from the 1st April 2017 to the 31st March 2018. The 2018 - 2019 season rates commence on the 1st April 2018.