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12 night Premium Tasmania package

A Tassie road trip with Quality Accommodation

See Tasmania at a relaxed pace across stunning landscapes, hotels and brilliant food and wine offerings

Stay at MACq 01 Hotel and The Henry Jones Art Hotel to receive a FREE room upgrade at time of booking and complimentary late checkout of 12pm.

PLUS Receive up to AUD $225 Food and Beverage Vouchers at Strahan Village, Freycinet Lodge and Cradle Mountain Hotel

Including the Hobart “Storytellers hotel” right on the wharf, charming Strahan staying absolute waterfront with a distillery enroute (of course!), a magical Gordon River cruise deep in the National Park, proudly local food-focused Launceston, an outstanding Josef Chromy cellar door wine tasting over lunch, plus Freycinet Lodge Eco-retreat, with an option to cruise to Wineglass Bay, finishing in Hobart.

Bryce’s Tasmania knowledge is up to date, his last trip there was November 2022.
Highlights: Mary Mary bar in Hobart, visit to MONA with wine-matched degustation lunch, and the history of Port Arthur.


  • 2 nights MACq 01 Hotel in a Superior Waterfront room with breakfast. BONUS! – with FREE room upgrade & late checkout
  • 12 days All-Inclusive medium SUV hire car with Budget
  • 2 nights Strahan Village absolute waterfront accommodation with breakfast daily in a Harbour View room – BONUS! Receive a AUD $75 Food & Beverage Voucher
  • Gordon River Cruise including lunch – Premium Upper Deck
  • 2 nights Hotel Verge Launceston in a Verge Luxe
  • Josef Chromy Wines – “Lets Do Lunch” 2 Course lunch with matching wines
  • 2 nights Freycinet Lodge – with breakfast in a One Room Cabin – BONUS! Receive a AUD $100 Food & Beverage Voucher
  • Gordon River Cruise Premium Upper Deck includes lunch
  • 1 night Cradle Mountain hotel – in a King Room with breakfast. BONUS! Receive a AUD $50 Food & Beverage Voucher
  • 2 nights Ship Inn Stanley in a Superior Queen Room with breakfast
  • 1 night The Henry Jones Art Hotel Hobart in a Harbour Room with breakfast and FREE room upgrade & late checkout
  • National Parks pass allowing entry to parks statewide
Luxury Tasmania Foodie and Winery package

You will see the best Tasmania has to offer on this 12 night self-drive itinerary across Australia’s island state, hand created by Bryce, Your Tassie Specialist, and Aussie PREMIER Specialist.
Character filled waterfront hotels, coastal and boutique retreats and alpine wilderness accommodations will ensure your comfort and connect you with Tasmania’s rich culture, history and natural landscapes

Australia Tassie Specialist Fern Bryce Read

Package features:

2 nights MACq 01 Hobart with breakfast daily in a Superior Waterfront King room

I have seen this property – it is absolute waterfroint, and STUNNING! The breeze along Hobart’s waterfront carries a thousand captivating stories of those here before us – a cast of remarkable characters, each with an intriguing story to tell. In this place, the Mouheneenner people fished and forged dreams in the Derwent shallows; the first Europeans set foot ashore Van Diemen’s Land and an industry was borne amid the bustle of Hunter Island. Today, this precinct is home to MACq 01 where the stories of these colourful characters are shared in a setting of informal luxury. This is a storytelling hotel and centrally located with gorgeous views of downtown Hobart & the Derwent River from its luxurious waterfront rooms and suites.

Free Wi-Fi.
Free History and Storytelling Tours for in-house guests.
Free In-Room Movies.
All rooms feature an open bathroom concept.
24 Hour Reception.
24 Hour Room Service.
Guest Laundry.
Onsite Restaurant, Lounge and Bar.

Car Hire -Medium SUV Automatic All-Inclusive

2 nights Strahan Village with breakfast daily in a Deluxe waterfront suite

Explore the rugged western wilderness from your base in the heart of Strahan. Set on the shores of the historic Macquarie Harbour, Strahan Village offers charming accommodation and delicious local dining. Unwind and relax, with the often wild, untamed beauty of the West Coast with its everchanging water reflections and sunsets just outside your door… literally!

Gordon River Cruise including lunch

Be first on the water and witness the magical reflections of the Gordon River when you cruise with Gordon River Cruises and our custom-built vessel, designed to have minimal impact on the environment. Enjoy dedicated on-board guides and step ashore in the rainforest at Heritage Landing and again at Sarah Island as well as visiting salmon farms and Hells Gate at the mouth of Macquarie Harbour.
Tour Includes:
First access to the Gordon River each day
Cruise into Tasmania’s UNESCO World Heritage Area
Dedicated on-board guides and on-board commentary
Complimentary audio tours
Buffet lunch
Heritage Landing interpretation and Sarah Island guided tour
Quiet cruising on the Gordon River under electric motors
Tour Details:
Departs daily from the Gordon River Cruises terminal at 8:30am (check-in at 8:00am)
Returns to Gordon River Cruises terminal at 2:30pm.

Josef Chromy Wines “Let’s Do Lunch”
Arrive in the beautiful grounds of Josef Chromy Wines and take a stroll through the gardens established in 1888. Enjoy a complimentary tasting at the Cellar Door and then retire to the restaurant for a two course lunch of fine Tasmanian produce matched with wines.
Includes: Wine tasting, 2 course lunch with matching wines

2 nights Freycinet Lodge – with breakfast daily in a One Room Cabin

I’ve been – its great! Uniquely set within Freycinet National Park, Freycinet Lodge is a superb base for exploring Tasmania’s amazing East Coast. Enjoy wandering pristine beaches, climbing the granite peaks of The Hazards mountains and touring the local area, knowing you are returning to a relaxing waterfront eco-lodge at the end of the day, with cabins in a quiet bushland setting.
Free WiFi in Main Lodge, Bar and Restaurants.
Eco-Friendly Cabin Accommodation.
Free Off Street Car Parking.
Providore and Gift Shop.
Local Tasting Experiences.
Direct Beach Access.
A National Parks Pass is required to stay at this property – included

2 nights Hotel Verge – Launceston

The latest accommodation offering in Launceston, even the beds here are Tasmanian made! Hotel Verge is ideally located on the fringe of the CBD adjacent to Launceston’s City Park with local attractions, shopping & dining all a short walk. The Hotel’s contemporary & industrial luxe design references the precinct’s early heritage, and features spacious, well-appointed hotel rooms, gym and guest laundry.

2 nights Ship Inn – Stanley

For discerning travellers who wish to stay in an immersive and stylish accommodation venue, the Ship Inn Stanley is sure to be a highlight of your trip. With seven luxurious suites and a stylish, fully accessible 1 bedroom penthouse apartment and 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment, each suite tells the story of a local character or area.

Luxury 1840s award winning guesthouse backing onto the Stanley Nut with views out to sea. Each suite has a kitchenette (apartments have full kitchens), walk in showers, stunning lounge, laundry, gym and an acre of gardens. Walk to the restaurants and beaches or take a complimentary bicycle for a ride. Luxury fittings and linens and continental breakfast included.

1 night Cradle Mountain Hotel – Cradle Mountain

Set in alpine woodland on the edge of the Cradle Mountain – Lake St.Clair National Park, Cradle Mountain Hotel is the perfect base from which to explore Tasmania’s UNESCO Wilderness World Heritage Area and a comforting rest stop at the end of the day of touring.

Cradle Mountain Hotel offers guests free access to the Cradle Mountain Wilderness Gallery, all-day dining at the award-winning Altitude Restaurant + Lounge Bar, wrap-around balcony with forest views and three room categories, all conveniently under one roof.

1 night The Henry Jones Art Hotel – Hobart

Situated right in Hobart on the wharf no room is the same. This boutique character accommodation ensures that when you push open the door you are met with a world of contrasts, where old meets new. The interior is an industrial rawness, grand beams of rough-hewn timber and hand-cut stone walls, art by local Tasmanian artists cover the walls. Multiple dining options available that are sure to suit a variety of tastes.
I have eaten at their Peacock and Jones resutarant for the degustation – an outstanding innovative meal!
2022 Travellers’ Choice Award Winner: 8 in Australia’s Top 25 Luxury Hotels.

Ask about the optional Wineghlass Bay Cruise (not included in price)

Wineglass Bay Cruise – Sky Lounge (Adults Only – 18+ Years)

Cruise the spectacular coastline of Freycinet National Park from Coles Bay to Wineglass Bay. Be enthralled by the stunning granite coastline, including the dramatic pink peaks of the Hazards range. Discover a coast dotted with sparkling white sand beaches, including Cooks and Bryans beaches, only accessible by water or a full day bushwalk. Explore the inner passage of remote Schouten Island, home to little penguins and short tailed shearwaters, before heading into the Tasman Sea towards Wineglass Bay. Look out for various hidden sea caves, blowholes and waterfalls amongst the sheer granite cliffs. Take in the sheer beauty of Wineglass Bay from the rarely seen perspective of the water, a shimmering crescent of white sand fringes spilling into glassy turquoise waters. Uncover the rich history of the region, including aboriginal heritage and tales of early explorers and entrepreneurs. The waters surrounding Freycinet National Park are home to diverse and remarkable wildlife. Keep a look out for sea eagles roosting on the granite cliffs, pods of dolphins surfing the bow wave and cormorants manning the crags of Schouten Passage plus Australian fur seals hauling out along the coast. Join in the search for whales such as the humpback and southern right as they migrate between September to December and May to July. Spot diverse birdlife, including albatross, shearwaters, diving gannets, terns, little penguins and cormorants.
Sailing on the vessel Schouten Passage II, a Tasmanian built luxurious 150 seat catamaran ideal for exploring the East Coast of Tasmania.
Tour Includes:
Sightseeing, dolphins, migrating whales and birdlife
Commentary of the area’s history
Morning tea, lunch and beverages are included in your Sky Lounge ticket.
Enjoy plump local oysters, alongside salmon and smoked meats, breads, cheeses and salad served (individual platters) with the East Coast’s renowned wines and artisan brews
Tour Details:
• The cruise operates between 9:50am – 2.30pm and departs from the booking office located in downtown Hobart.
• check-in by 9.30am
• Free parking is available and warm jackets are provided

From $3,759 per person, twinshare

Based on travel 1 April to 31 August 2024. Airfare additional, prices based on internet transfer of funds, and subject to availability. Terms and Conditions apply to the room upgrades and food and beverage credits.

Perhaps investigate these other Tasmanian hotel options:

Innovative: Peppers Silo Hotel: In Launceston, bringing history alive on the banks of the idyllic Tamar River is this unique characterful hotel.  Dating back to the 1960’s, the heritage building which spanned 35 metres high containing grain in four large silos, now an iconic landmark converted into a sophisticated 9 storey hotel providing a unique place to stay in Launceston. Designed within the original silos and the new North tower are beautifully appointed modern hotel rooms. Plush interiors are decorated with earthy tones to compliment the surrounds. Taking in sweeping views over the meandering river, the Gorge River Rooms and Premier Suites boast private balconies where you can soak in Launceston’s natural ambience.

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LUXURY MELBOURNE STAY AND GOLF PACKAGE: Combine a luxe Melbourne Hotel, Wineries, Gin and a country cottage stay inclusive golf at a Greg Norman course. Luxe Melbourne City and Country Golf package here.

MELBOURNE CUP 2023! The race that stops a nation, it sells out every year! Be part of the glitz, glamour and spectacle of this amazing buckletlist event, with our Deluxe package: airfares, transfers, 5-star luxe accommodation including Club Level accommodation and evening drinks and canapes, wineries with lunch, shopping, Melbourne Cup transfers and entry with all day food, even drinks included – of course! Go here for Luxury Melbourne Cup 2023 package information

LUXE 5 STAR MELBOURNE AND HAYMAN ISLAND PACKAGE: Delight in our Club Level 5-star Melbourne hotel with many inclusions in your exclusive area including afternoon drinks, partake of some Yarra wineries with lunch, then head to Whitsundays Hayman Island to soak up the sun and relax in paradise with our free resort credit and sparkling wine on arrival! 5-star Melbourne and Hayman island package itinerary here.

ADELAIDE, BAROSSA AND OUTBACK SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SPECTACULAR: This offers all of the best of South Australia (I was there late 2021) featuring the multi-awarded Sky City EOS, a boutique Barossa Wineries cottage escape and Outback experience too. South Australia Luxury City, Country and Outback Escape package here

THE BEST OF THE BEST SOUTH AUSTRALIA & ADELAIDE LODGE PACKAGE: This is the Ultimate in Southern Australia Lodge experiences, I have stayed at stunning Adelaide Hillas Sequoia, the restaurant is one of the best in Australia, plus in the award-winning Adelaide EOS, and the Barossa’s Louise is immaculate after a 35 Million makeover. For the ultimate in indulgence look at the South Australia Lodge Package here.

SYDNEY AND HUNTER VALLEY WINERIES BOUTIQUE ESCAPE: Enjoy the charm of our hand-picked Sydney hotel inclusive à la carte breakfast and evening cocktail and canapés, then head to the delights of the Hunter Valley to relax and partake of our Ultimate Hunter Valley Wine Experience. Boutique Sydney and Hunter Valley winery package details here.

SYDNEY, SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS AND CANBERRA WINE & FOODIE DELUXE TOUR : Take in all Sydney has to offer then head off to Canberra via the Southern Highlands on this boutique accommodation exclusive private adventure for 2 ( or more) with many inclusions! Sydney to Canberra and South Highlands Wine and Foodie tour here.

All packages can be customised to choice of destination and accommodation, length of stay, inclusions and special activities. 

This package is just one example of many, that The Travel Co can offer you. Working with Bryce, you get direct access to an expert travel planner that will create a customised experience for you, based on your unique interests and expectations. Bryce has been a Travel Agent for over 25 years, creating luxurious experiences for individuals just like you. Inquire below to discuss your plan and become inspired.
Tasmania is a wild, engaging and beautiful island state in Australia that offers a wide range of activities and attractions for visitors, depending on the time of year. Look here for a calendar and some seasonal tips for things to do when on holiday in Tasmania: 

Spring (September to November):

  • Visit the blooming tulip fields in the Northern Midlands.
  • Take a scenic drive or hike through the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park.
  • Explore the art and cultural scene in Hobart, including the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA).
  • Sample fresh seafood and locally grown produce at one of the many farmers’ markets.

Summer (December to February):

  • Enjoy the sunny beaches along the east coast, such as Seven Mile Beach and Bay of Fires.
  • Go whale watching off the coast of the Tasman Peninsula.
  • Visit the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary to see native Tasmanian animals.
  • Take a scenic flight or drive through the Tarkine wilderness.

Autumn (March to May):

  • See the brilliant autumn foliage in the Central Highlands.
  • Visit the historic Port Arthur penal settlement and learn about Tasmania’s colonial history.
  • Go on a scenic drive or hike in the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park.
  • Try some of Tasmania’s world-renowned cool climate wines.

Winter (June to August):

  • Warm up by the fire at one of Tasmania’s many cozy winter getaways, such as Mount Field National Park.
  • Visit the winter festivals and events in Hobart, including the Dark Mofo and Festival of Voices.
  • Go cross-country skiing or snowboarding at Mount Mawson or Ben Lomond National Park.
  • Explore the vibrant underwater world through scuba diving or snorkelling in the Bay of Fires.

No matter the time of year, Tasmania offers plenty of exciting and unique experiences for visitors.

MONA. Take the ferry from the harbour to Mona, the Museum of Old and New Art, for a day of thought-provoking art and entertainment. It has been famously described by its creator David Walsh as a “subversive adult Disneyland.” Alongside its permanent collection and exhibitions, this unconventional museum also features The Source Restaurant, the Moorilla Winery, and Moo Brew Beer, as well as hosting the annual MOFO and Dark MOFO (details here) music festivals. It is the largest privately funded museum in the Southern Hemisphere. MONA houses ancient, modern and contemporary art from the David Walsh collection. Note: Parts are not for the faint-hearted, it’s known for its central themes of sex and death. MONA Museum details here. You can get the ferry from downtown Hobart – the “Posh Pit’ ticket entitles you to beverages and canapes en route…

40 minutes south of Hobart is Hartshorn Distillery an eclectic distillery using primarily sheep whey as a base – it’s worth a peat (pun intended). They produce Gin, Vodka (one with peat overtones) and a ‘Whey-Sky’, to be released in 2025 as well as assorted liquors and flavoured spirits. Have a look at the range, and location here.

For Beer and Cider with a difference try Two Metre Tall’s Farm Bar, where the Snakebite brew is a legend – a blend of apple cider and dry-hopped farmhouse ale. About an hour West of Hobart they make a great pit-stop, and you can BYO food from any of the roadside offerings enroute too. Pack a picnic, or use the BBQ. Maps and details on Two Metre Tall Farmhouse here

Hellfire Bluff Distillery is another dream destination, offering gin and liqueurs in an idyllic coastal farm location. Directions and details on Hellfire Bluff Distillery here.

The Tasting Trail is a food and drink-focused route from Launceston to Smithton in the north that showcases the culinary offerings of Tasmania, you can experience the unique food and drink culture through a range of gourmet offerings. It’s a trail for visits to local vineyards, distilleries, craft breweries, and food producers, where you can taste and purchase a wide range of artisanal products, or meals made from fresh local produce at restaurants, cafes, and food markets along the way. Click link here for the Tasting Trail – a great way to experience the rich food and drink culture of Tasmania, a must do for foodies, wine lovers, and anyone looking to explore the island’s scenic countryside – perfect!


SUZIE LUCK’S CANTEEN & COCKTAIL BAR 2 Salamanca Place, Battery Point | 03 6224 2554

Vibrant and relaxed Pan Asian dining experience.

HONEY BADGER DESSERT CAFE 7 Salamanca Place, Battery Point | 03 6288 8592

All day dessert cafe, brunch until 3pm.

BALL & CHAIN GRILL 87 Salamanca Place, Battery Point | 03 6223 2655

Tasmania’s only authentic charcoal grill, specialising in Tasmanian beef, poultry and fish.

ROCKWALL 89 Salamanca Place, Battery Point | 03 6224 2929

Sophisticated or casual dining. The menu showcases the amazing textures and tastes that Tasmania has to offer. Modern Australian cuisine.

CARGO 51 Salamanca Place, Battery Point | 03 6223 7788

Home to Hobart’s premier wood fired gourmet pizza and award-winning wine bar.

BOTANICA BAR 23 Salamanca Square, Battery Point | 0488 666 404

Featuring the best local distilleries, breweries and delicacies.

BANJOS BAKERY Salamanca Square, Battery Point

Casual dine-in or take away bakery providing sandwiches, pies, coffee and sweets.

DA ANGELO’S 47 Hampden Road, Battery Point

Authentic Italian restaurant. In true Italisn fashion just about everything is freshly made on the premises. Dine-in or take away.

| 03 6223 7011

URBAN GREEK 103 Murray Street, Hobart | 03 6109 4712

Provincial Greek style with a modern twist.

ETTIES 100 Elizabeth Street, Hobart | 03 6231 1165

Wine bar, lunch and dinner.

CRITERIONS CAFE 10 Criterion Street, Hobart | 03 6234 5858

This buzzing cafe offers beautiful meals accompanied with either a nice glass of wine or coffee.

PEACOCK AND JONES 33 Hunter Street, Hobart | 1800 375 692

Restaurant and wine bar on Hobart’s waterfront open for dinner, focusing on local wine and produce. I’ve eaten here – recommend! Click for website. 

FRANK 1 Franklin Wharf, Hobart | 03 6231 5005

Offers a lively and unique Australian take on the culinary passions inspired by Argentina.

THE GLASSHOUSE Main Deck, Brooke Street Pier, Hobart | 0437 245 540

Locally sourced menu. Elegant cocktails, line-caught sashimi, international flair and 280 degree water views. Their website here.

MURES LOWER DECK Victoria Dock, Hobart | 03 6231 2121

Casual seafood restaurant offering fish & chips, plus grills, salads, oysters, share platters, soup & pizza. 32 flavours of ice cream.

THE SAFFRON Shop 2, 15 Hunter Street, Hobart | 03 6231 4150

Authentic waterfront Indian restaurant. Halal, seafood and fluten free meals also available. Dine-in and takeaway.

THE LOUNGE BY FROGMORE CREEK 18 Hunter Street, Hobart | 03 6274 5844

A la cart menu available in the elegant restaurant with the lounge bar providing a sophisticated but casual bar menu.

T 42° Elizabeth Street Pier, Hobart | 03 6224 7742

T 42 has been on the waterfront since 1997. Inspired by amazing Tasmanian produce and what is in the sea around us.

FISH FRENZY Elizabeth Street Pier, Hobart | 03 6231 2134

Famous for its delicious, daily fresh fish and chips, grilled seafood, salads and amazing hot seafood chowder.

SUSH TRACK 1 Franklin Wharf, Hobart | 03 6234 6650

Sushi Train with over 100+ menu items, including train items, desserts, drinks and an a la Carte menu.

BLACK FOOTED PIG 8 Brooke Street, Hobart | 03 6224 2222

Tapas Bar & Kitchen tucked away from the main street in Hobart’s waterfront.

OLD WHARF RESTAURANT MACq 01, 18 Hunter Street, Hobart | 03 6210 7602

Delivers a menu that hingdes on Tasmania’s pure produce and latest catch.

Tasmanian Vacations – 93 Salamanca Place, Hobart, Tasmania 7000 | P 1300 827 822 or (03) 6234 4666 | W

Launceston & The North

SYRA 8 Salamanca Square, Battery Point | 03 6287 6286

Located in the heart of Salamanca specialising in modern Australian cuisine with Middle Eastern influence.

KOSATEN JAPANESE RESTAURANT 17 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point | 03 6135 4018

Traditional Japanese food with a fash of creativity.

TI AMA 13 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point | 03 6281 9390

Rustic modern Italian restaurant serving sourdough wood fired pizza, antipasto, salads and fresh house made pasta.

MALDINI 47 Salamanca Place, Hobart | 03 6223 4460

Intelligent, well-crafted Italian cuisine, focusing on quality Tasmanian ingredients.

MEZETHES GREEK TAVERNA Salamanca Square, Battery Point | 03 6224 4601

Traditional Greek style dishes, all prepared using the best-quality Tasmanian ingredients.

AL0FT Top Floor, Brook Street Pier, Hobart | 03 6223 1619

Fine food, a relaxed ambience and stunning views. Al0ft isn’t just a restaurant – it’s an experience

WATERLINE Brooke Street Pier, 12 Franklin Wharf, Hobart | 03 6135 5457

Focusing on fresh, locally sourced produce with the intention to share, in our relaxed waterside location.

NORTH HOBART (Elizabeth Street)

Popular strip of restaurants, cafes and take-aways – too many to list! Every cuisine imaginable including Italian, Japanese, Mediterranean and more.



Some points of historical interest about Tasmania:

  1. Tasmania was originally inhabited by Indigenous Australians, the Palawa people, for over 35,000 years prior to European settlement.
  2. The island was discovered by Dutch explorer Abel Tasman in 1642, but it was later named after British explorer Captain James Cook.
  3. Tasmania became a British penal colony in 1803, with the arrival of the first convicts to the island.
  4. The notorious Port Arthur penal settlement was established in 1830 and was in operation until 1877.
  5. Tasmania played an important role in the growth of the Australian whaling industry in the 19th century.
  6. The island was also a major centre for tin mining during the same period.
  7. Tasmania was the birthplace of the Australian federation movement in the 1890s, which eventually led to the formation of the Commonwealth of Australia in 1901.
  8. Tasmania was heavily forested at the time of European settlement, much of the forest was cleared for agriculture and mining.
  9. The Tasmanian wilderness is now recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with some of the world’s most unique and well-preserved ecosystems.
  10. Tasmania has a rich cultural heritage, including a vibrant art and craft tradition, a thriving food and wine scene, and a rich history of literature and writing.

Bonorong is a sanctuary for wildlife run by a passionate team of like-minded people. A visit to the sanctuary is a chance to come closer than ever to something wild and fragile. You’ll come face to face with animals extinct long ago in other parts Australia, and by walking through the old wooden gate you’ll become part of something special. Options from entry to full VIP.

“The Art of Sparkling Experience” Guests will be taken through the sparkling wine making and disgorging process, then work in the comfort of the Cellar to trial their own liqueur d’expedition dosage and craft a bottle of sparkling to their exact taste.

Departs Hobart. Discover a mountain of stories on Kunanyi /Mt Wellington, Tasmania’s most visited natural attraction. In the care of experienced guides you’ll navigate the web of trails, listen to a mountain of stories and take in the epic views. Offering a range of walks for all abilities all of which are fully gourmet catered with the best local produce.

Discover Hobart by foot and hear the fascinating stories of how Tasmania’s capital city was established and how it became the vibrant waterfront city it now is. Choose your preferred walking tour and explore Hobart with your local guide on the Hobart Historic Walk, the Old Hobart Pub Tour or the Grand Hobart Walk.

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