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Full Loop Tasmania

Discover Tasmania on this 11 Day group tour. Explore Freycinet, Wineglass Bay, Port Arthur, Gordon River Cruise, Cradle Mountain and many more destinations on your Tasmania holiday. Beginning and ending in Hobart, you'll savour local produce and wine, venture deep into Tasmania's UNESCO World heritage listed wilderness, explore the rugged West Coast and take in the stunning scenery of the sunny East Coast.



• 10 nights of quality accommodation, where available

• Airport Transfers & 11 days of Luxury Coach Touring

• City Sights & Surrounds Tour

• Daily Breakfast, 4 Lunches, 6 Dinners (incl welcome & farewell dinner)

• Entry to The Wall in the Wilderness

• Tour of Port Arthur Historic Site

• A spectacular World Heritage Cruises Gordon River Cruise including lunch

• Tarkine "Edge of the World" Half Day Tour

• Dove Lake and magnificent Cradle Mountain National Park

• The Nut return chairlift at Stanley

• Josef Chromy Wines - Go Behind the Label Tour

• National Park Passes




Day 1: Hobart Arrival

Welcome to Tasmania! After a transfer to your Hobart Accommodation your Coach Captain will meet you and the group for a tour of the city and surrounds. Explore the historical Battery Point, Salamanca Place, the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens and the summit of Mt Wellington (weather permitting). The view from the summit stretches over Hobart and much of the state’s south, and the slopes are laced with walking trails.

This evening you will enjoy a welcome dinner, a great opportunity to converse with your fellow travellers on tour.

Accommodation: Hobart Ibis Styles Hotel

Inclusions: Airport Transfer


Day 2: Hobart – Strahan

Today you depart into Tasmania's World Heritage wilderness and the rugged West Coast. Visit the Wall in the Wilderness, where a 100-meter-long wall of wooden relief sculpture depicting Tasmania's stories. Stop at Lake St Clair - Australia's deepest freshwater lake - and breathe in Tasmania's World Heritage wilderness. Further along the road, you will arrive at Queenstown, the gateway to the West Coast with a rugged mining history, a unique "moonscape" and loads of wild west appeal. Before reaching the village of Strahan on the West Coast, you stop at Franklin River and the stunning Nelson Waterfalls.

Accommodation: Strahan Village

Inclusions: Entry to Wall in the Wilderness, National Parks Pass


Day 3: Strahan

Cruise across Macquarie Harbour to the tranquil reaches of the Gordon River. This experience is sure to be one of the highlights of your Tasmania tour. First stop is Heritage Landing in the rainforest, where you will take a walk among ancient temperate rainforest trees, many of them Gondwanan relicts. Learn about the historic importance of this area and enjoy lunch onboard. In the afternoon you will have the opportunity to stroll around the village of Strahan, a visit to the Huon Pine Mill is certainly a great place to pick up some souvenirs.

Accommodation: Strahan Village

Inclusions: Gordon River Cruise including lunch


Day 4: Cradle Mt – Smithton

Today's journey takes you to the far North West Coast via UNESCO World heritage listed Cradle Mountain. Unwind to the harmonic sounds of wilderness. You will have the opportunity to take the shuttle bus to Dove Lake, a glacial lake located in a spectacular setting beneath the peak of Cradle Mountain will sure be one of the highlights of your day. Enjoy some lunch (own expense) before we depart for Smithton in the afternoon.

Accommodation: Tall Timbers

Inclusions: National Parks Pass


Day 5: Smithton & Stanley

An experienced Tall Timbers Guide will join your coach on a half day Tarkine Experience / Edge of the World tour. Travel into the Tarkine region including the Edge of the World Lookout. After lunch, travel to the township of Stanley. A perfectly preserved village with colonial buildings, cafes, and quality B&B cottages, all sheltering in the imposing shadow of the Nut, a volcanic rock formation rising 143m from the sea to the top. A return chair lift ride to the top of The Nut (250m in distance) is included - Stanley's famous landmark where you will enjoy breathtaking views of the historical and picturesque coastal village of Stanley.

Accommodation: Tall Timbers

Inclusions: Tarkine Experience "Edge of the World Tour", Return Chairlift at "The Nut"


Day 6: Smithton- Launceston

This morning, depart the north-west to travel via the beautiful north coast to Tasmania's second largest city, Launceston. Travel via the seaside towns of Burnie, Ulverstone and Devonport. You will also be lucky enough to take in the Cradle to Coast tasting trail with stunning coastal vistas as a backdrop and be welcomed into a world of award-winning produce with visits to some of the local producers. Launceston is  a vibrant hub for food and wine, culture, and nature. Enjoy the late afternoon and evening at leisure.

Accommodation: Hotel Grand Chancellor Launceston


Day 7: Launceston

The whole region in and around Launceston is packed with city and country charm, gorgeous old towns, excellent food and wine and beautiful scenery. The city is one of Australia's oldest cities and offers one of the best-preserved early cityscapes in Australia with its elegant Colonial and Victorian architecture and century-old parks. Just a short distance from the city centre, Cataract Gorge is a slice of wilderness right in the heart of town and Launceston's natural attraction. Today you have the opportunity to experience one of Tasmania's premier wineries - Josef Chromy Wines. Join the "Go Behind The Label Tour" to explore the wine making process from grape to glass. You will taste some wines in their unfinished state before heading to the Cellar Door for a 2-course lunch of fine Tasmanian produce with matched wines. In the afternoon, your Coach Captain will show you popular sights of Launceston.

Accommodation: Hotel Grand Chancellor Launceston

Inclusions: Josef Chromy "Go behind the Label" tour


Day 8: East Coast

Spend the day travelling to Tasmania's stunning East Coast. You will travel via St Helens and spend time exploring the East Coast's largest Town. Home also to the slice of coastal heaven that is the Bay of Fires, stretching over 50km from Binalong Bay. St Helens is an old whaling town and is now Tasmania's largest fishing port. Travel further south arriving at Bicheno in the afternoon. The beaches of the Surf Coast, between Bicheno and St Helens, are perfect for surfing, walking, beachcombing and relaxing.

Accommodation: Beachfront Bicheno

Inclusions: National Parks Pass


Day 9: Bicheno – Hobart

It is time to say goodbye to the East Coast and return to Hobart, but not before visiting the Freycinet Peninsula, home to Wineglass Bay. The view is certainly worth the steep 1.5-hour return walk to the top of Wineglass Bay Lookout (there are alternative options for anyone with restricted mobility). After lunch we will continue our journey down the Great Eastern Drive, arriving in Hobart in the late afternoon.

Accommodation: Hobart Ibis Styles Hotel

Inclusions: National Parks Pass


Day 10: Tasman Peninsula

Today is all about spectacular coastlines, fascinating geological features and World Heritage listed Port Arthur Historic site. Enjoy a scenic drive to the rugged Tasman Peninsula via Eaglehawk Neck, a thin isthmus once guarded by dogs to prevent convicts escaping. The coastal environment is home to the highest sea cliffs in the southern hemisphere and unique rock formations, such as Tessellated Pavement, the Blow Hole, Tasman Arch or Devil's Kitchen. Visit Port Arthur Historic Site, a special place of vivid history, cultural heritage and compelling convict stories.

Accommodation: Hobart Ibis Styles Hotel

Inclusions: National Parks Pass, Entry to Port Arthur Historic Site


Day 11: Hobart Departure

Today it is time to bid our beautiful island state farewell. Depending on your flight time, you may have time to visit MONA, the Museum of Old & New Art, the Southern Hemisphere's largest privately owned art gallery.

Inclusions: Airport transfer

Love Tasmania Tours

97a Grove Rd Glenorchy Tas 7010

(PO Box 73 Richmond Tas 7025)

Tel No: +61 36272 2645

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