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Take a bite of the Apple Isle and discover Tasmania by land, small ship or on foot. In Hobart, trawl the Salamanca Markets, then explore Cradle Mountain and discover Port Arthur. Take a 4WD option to the east coast, walk on fabled tracks, or cruise on a small ship. Discover epicurean delight with a Signature Experience Josef Chromy Winery lunch.


Take in the natural beauty of Tasmania, from world-famous Cradle Mountain to Freycinet National Park. Enjoy guided walks through the Tarkine Wilderness and the coastal scenery of Cape Tourville.

Food & Wine

Tasmania has cultivated an incredible food and wine scene. In Hobart, visit the Salamanca Markets to meet the producers, and throughout the island you'll discover great treats.


Experience a guided tour of Port Arthur for an insight into convict life, which includes a cruise around the Isle of the Dead.

Luxury Fleet

Caledonian Sky

Step aboard the Caledonian Sky you’ll find there is no better way to see the enchanting wonders of Tasmania. Your vessel is equipped with Xplorer and Zodiac excursion vessels to give you unrivalled access to the sights.

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Enjoy a relaxing glass of chilled wine.
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Food & Wine

From vineyards serving up their award-winning wines, to mouth-watering meals cooked by celebrity chefs, with APT you’ll experience top notch culinary moments.

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Stay a little longer in Bruny Island

Bruny Island is an undiscovered gem of Tasmania. There is wildlife, including a colony of fur seals, great walks and spectacular scenery to enjoy.

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Journey to the tip of Cape York through the Daintree Rainforest, or discover the pioneering spirit of Australia through Outback Queensland. Along the coast, explore the Great Barrier Reef and stay on World Heritage-listed islands in the Whitsundays.

Western Australia

There’s so much to see in Western Australia, from the seascapes of Ningaloo Reef to the famous Monkey Mia dolphins of Shark Bay. Visit the Pinnacles of Kalbarri National Park, admire the wildflowers or stay at stunning Eco Beach.

Northern Territory

Known for its natural wonders and rich Indigenous history, explore the Red Centre Way, including Alice Springs, Kings Canyon and the iconic Uluru. In the Top End, explore Australia’s largest National Park, Kakadu.