Enjoy a guided tour of the distillery and sample lavender-inspired fare including ice cream, fudge and cheese.
Visit Port Arthur, once Australia's most notorious convict prison, and take a guided tour through this intriguing site.
Discover the beauty of Freycinet National Park as you take a guided walk along Cape Tourville.
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Continue to Josef Chromy, a northern winery that prides itself on celebrating Tasmanian grapes. Here you’ll be treated to a specially prepared lunch and have the chance to sample some of the winery’s finest drops.
Perhaps discover the wonders of Seahorse World or see the elusive inhabitants of Platypus House in a unique indoor setting. Alternatively, embark on a historical journey as you enjoy a guided tour of the Beaconsfield Mine & Heritage Centre. Or, embark on a fully guided tour of James Boag's historic brewery, which concludes in a tasting.
Arrive in Launceston, where we'll met you and transfer you to your hotel.Packed with a plethora of old country charm, delicious food and wine and elegant Colonial and Victorian architecture, Launceston has one of the best-preserved early cityscapes in Australia. Here, enjoy your selected sightseeing activity. The remainder of the afternoon will be enjoyed at your leisure.
Stay: Launceston, Peppers Silo HotelDaily :
Today you'll travel through the scenic wine-producing areas of northern Tasmania en route to the Bridestowe Lavender Estate. Here, take a tour of the distillery and sample unique lavender-infused fare. Afterwards, meet a rare Tasmanian devil at East Coast Natureworld.
After visiting Bridestowe Lavender Estate, traverse Weldborough Pass, past forested hills and farmland, and stop at East Coast Natureworld to meet a Tasmanian devil. This evening, enjoy time at leisure.
Stay: Two Nights, Freycinet National Park, Freycinet LodgeDaily :
After breakfast this morning, you'll enjoy a guided walking tour along Cape Tourville, admiring the stunning coastal scenery. Tonight, savour a gourmet BBQ that showcases the finest regional produce, with views overlooking Coles Bay (weather permitting).Daily :
You may like to walk among the treetops at the Tahune AirWalk and look down at the waters of the Huon and Picton Rivers. You may choose to explore the infamous and thought-provoking Museum of Old & New Art, also known as the "subversive adult Disneyland". Alternatively, take a fun guided tour looking at the history of alcohol in Hobart, or perhaps enjoy a historical guided walking tour.
Depart for Hobart this morning. On arrival, select your preferred sightseeing activity. Spend the remainder of your day at leisure.
Stay: Two Nights, Hobart, Hotel Grand Chancellor, Harbour View RoomDaily :
Today, explore the Port Arthur Historic Site, Australia’s most intact, evocative and notorious convict prison, on a guided tour. See the famous sandstone Penitentiary then visit the Convict Church and Separate Prison. You'll then step aboard a cruise around the Isle of the Dead and hear haunting stories about the convicts who were transported here from across the world and eventually buried there. Afterwards, you’ll see historic rock formations including the Tessellated Pavement, and Tasman Arch. This evening, enjoy a farewell dinner at Mures Upper Deck.Daily :
This morning, walk the Salamanca Market and peruse the treasures of Tasmania at more than 300 stalls. Wander through the array of goods from hand-crafted jewellery and carved wooden trinkets to tantalising Tasmanian gin. Afterwards, bid a fond farewell to the Apple Isle. We say goodbye before we transfer you to the airport for your flight.Daily :
The ultimate seafood experience in Hobart, with views of Victoria Dock, savour a fresh approach to a la carte dining.
This award-winning lodge boasts a spectacular waterfront location just inside beautiful Freycinet National Park.
Stay at the brand new Peppers Silo Hotel, housed in an iconic 1960’s heritage building.
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