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6 Day Tasmania Tour From $1,065

Explore Tasmania with a small group of like-minded travelers on this epic 6 day Tasmania tour. Tasmania is known for its enchanting nature, impressive wildlife, history, and for having the world’s freshest air.

This trip is designed as a loop of Tasmania, starting and finishing in Tasmania’s vibrant capital, Hobart. On top of that, you can choose the accommodation style that fits you best, from shared to private rooms in hostels and motels.

Starting off in Hobart, the Salamanca Markets and the preserved ruins of the Port Arthur Historic Site are up first. On your way back to Hobart, you will also get to witness the iconic Tasman Arch, Devil’s Kitchen, and even the tallest coastal sea cliffs in Australia which are found in the Tasman National Park. Next up, you are heading on the Great Eastern Drive, ticking Freycinet National Park with its famous Wineglass Bay and Mt Amos off your bucket list. The Bay of Fires and Cradle Mountain National Park are up next as, of course, they also cannot be missed when traveling Tasmania. Before returning to Hobart, you will get to stay in the harbourside village of Strahan from where you will discover rainforests, waterfalls, sand dunes, and breathe in the world’s freshest air at Ocean Beach. Make sure to keep an eye out for platypuses, wombats, and Tasmanian devils during this trip.

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Tasmania Tour Intinerary


We begin by exploring the famous Salamanca Markets in Hobart/nipaluna. At this bustling outdoor market, you can buy hand-made Tasmanian goods like jewelry, art, and woodwork. Explore the local crafts on offer while enjoying the buskers and music. You’ll also want to sample a range of fresh seasonal produce and gourmet foods. As we make our way onto the Tasman Peninsula/turrakana, we’ll visit a wildlife sanctuary to meet native wildlife including Tasmanian devils. At Port Arthur Historic Site, imagine the harsh convict life of the early 1800’s as you walk amongst the preserved ruins. This open-air museum is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and represents Australia’s best preserved convict settlement. Today we’ll also experience the dramatic coastal scenery of Tasman National Park which has the tallest coastal sea cliffs in Australia. You’ll see the geological wonders of Tasman Arch and the Devil’s Kitchen before returning to Hobart where you can enjoy a night exploring the city at your leisure.
Overnight: Hobart


Departing Hobart along the Great Eastern Drive, our destination is Freycinet National Park on the East Coast. This fabulous park has pristine beaches and a stunning pink granite mountain range known as The Hazards. Climb to the summit of Mt Amos or join the walk to Wineglass Bay lookout. Or you may wish to continue to Wineglass Bay beach to walk along the edge of the translucent waters. At Cape Tourville Lighthouse you’ll love the panoramic vistas across the coast. We’ll spend the night in the coastal town of Bicheno, where little penguins emerge from the sea at night time.
Overnight: Bicheno


Today we’ll continue to explore the captivating East Coast of Tasmania. The Bay of Fires/larapuna is a place with profound cultural significance to Tasmanian aboriginal people (palawa). You’ll love walking along the long stretches of dazzling white sands with its shimmering turquoise waters and lichen clad boulders. We’ll enjoy lunch in the fishing town of St Helens then make our way to Launceston via the lush Northeast region of Tasmania. One of the terrific experiences along this route include seeing the giant tree ferns at St Columba Falls. Lastly, we’ll check out the lovely Cataract Gorge in the heart of Launceston before settling in for the night in Tasmania’s second largest city.
Overnight: Launceston


Leaving Launceston, a short drive takes us through Sheffield, the ‘Town of Murals’ and then onto Tasmania’s most famous alpine national park, Cradle Mountain. Cradle is home to an abundance of wildlife such as wombats and echidnas. Choose from a variety of incredible walks; the Dove Lake circuit is likely the best short walk in Tasmania, while the challenging walk to the summit of Marion’s Lookout offers unmatched views of the glacial carved wilderness. Easier options today include a stroll along Ronny Creek or down to the Boatshed. Departing Cradle, we travel to the harbourside village of Strahan on the West Coast, our accommodation for the next two nights.
Overnight: Strahan


Today’s playground is the untouched wilderness of Tasmania’s West Coast. Walk in the rainforests of the Tarkine/Takayna to reach Tasmania’s highest waterfall, Montezuma Falls. You’ll also explore the enormous Henty Sand Dunes which stretch for kilometers along the coast. Alternatively, today you have the option of cruising the wildly beautiful Gordon River (own cost) which ventures deep into the World Heritage Area. Later at the windswept Ocean Beach, you can breathe the world’s freshest air. Back in Strahan, our guide can help you look for platypus.
Overnight: Strahan


Buttongrass plains, mountains, waterfalls, rainforest, and pioneer history are some of today’s highlights. Departing Strahan, we’ll visit the moonscape of Queenstown, a mining town with a fascinating history. We then travel through the Tasmanian World Heritage Area via the pristine Franklin-Gordon Wild River National Park. We’ll also stop at Australia’s deepest freshwater lake, Lake St Clair. Our final walk for the tour will be enjoyed at Mt Field National Park, to stroll beneath some of the world’s tallest trees and observe the beautiful Russell Falls. We continue our drive through the Derwent Valley, returning to Hobart and bidding farewell to your travel companions and your incredible adventure.

Inclusions & Extras


  • Accommodation for 5 nights
  • National Park entry fees
  • Guided walks and free walking options
  • Entry to wildlife sanctuary to see Tasmanian Devils
  • Port Arthur Historic Site entry and harbor cruise
  • Pick-ups and drop-offs at selected Hobart CBD locations. Airport Drop offs also available on request.


  • Meals
  • Additional Activity Options (Gordon River Cruise)
  • Travel Insurance is Recommended
  • Personal Expenses

Tour Type & Availability

Tour Inclusions Price

6 Day Epic Tasmania Tour

6 Day Fully Guided Tour


What to bring

  • Refillable Water Bottle
  • 1x Small Day Pack 5-7kg
  • Hat, Sunglasses, Sunscreen
  • All-weather Clothing i.e. Windbreaker/Waterproof jacket (layers are a good idea)
  • Comfortable Trail Walking Shoes
  • Money for Snacks and Meals
  • Camera to Capture the Breathtaking Views

Pick Ups & Departures

Pick-ups and drop-offs for this 6 day Tasmania tour from selected Hobart CBD locations. Airport Drop offs also available on request.

Supplier Terms & Conditions

Under Down Under Terms & Conditions

Cancellation & Refund Policy: Refunds will be processed according to the following time frames.
Cancellations within 7 Days of the start date incur a 100.00% fee.
Between 7 Days and 28 Days incur a 50.00% fee.
Between 28 Days and 365 Days incur a 25.00% fee.

Frequently asked questions

Do I need to reconfirm my bookings?

All 6 day Tasmania tour bookings must be reconfirmed 48 hours in advance by contacting your tour provider directly using the contact information listed on your tour voucher.

What should i do if my trip is cancelled due to bad weather?

You may either re-schedule directly with the supplier or you can email our support team on [email protected] and include your voucher number, name of product you booked, planned departure date and your contact details. Once you’ve emailed us, you can drop us a line at +61 2 5633 1149.

Do you book tours with flexible dates? If so, how long are they valid for?

Yes, we do have open dated/flexible tickets available. Most tour vouchers are valid for 12 months from date of purchase, however please be aware that you may be subject to supplier price fluctuations. All ticket validity is specified on the tour voucher. If you are unsure of the validity of your voucher, just ask one of our wonderful staff.

What do I do if I need help with an existing booking?

Some tours have extra costs and you should be aware that there may be added expenses. These expenses will differ for each service provider, but some of the more usual extras are: EMC tax, stinger suit hire, luggage storage, sleeping bag hire, linen hire, national park fee, food, insurance, accommodation, equipment hire, petrol levy, etc. We will alert you to extra costs to the extent reasonably practicable. However, you must also check with each individual service provider when you re-confirm your booking.

Do I need travel insurance?

We endorse the recommendation of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade that all travellers take out travel insurance. If you already have travel insurance, please understand that it is your responsibility to ensure that your travel insurance covers you for all of the adventure style travel you have booked with us.

Do you offer payment plans?

Absolutely, we understand that paying off a big trip in one go isn’t always that easy. We offer flexible payment plans to suit all types of travellers with zero interest or fee’s (minimum $100AUD deposit required).

How do I know if my trip is BYO?

Most tour vouchers will specify if your trip is BYO however we recommend asking your tour provider if your trip is BYO when you reconfirm your booking 48 hours prior to departure.

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