from AUD 1,649 per person

*price above quoted based on twin sharing

SALES PERIOD Up to 30 Sep 2019
VALIDITY Up to 31 Mar 2020
INCLUDED
9 nights’ accommodation (Room Only)
10 days Avis car rental with GPS
Co-pilot self-drive kit
Touring as per itinerary
CAR RENTAL
  • Car rental rate includes airport / city depot pick-up and drop-off, Unlimited kms, VRF (Vehicle Registration fee), CRF (Concession Recovery Fee), PLS (Premium Location Surcharge), LDW (Loss Damage Waiver), Super Excess Reduction (NIL Excess), 24 Hour Emergency Roadside Service, one way fee (if applicable), admin fees and GST @10%
  • Excludes fuel and optional extras
1

Day 01 - Hobart

On arrival in Hobart collect the vehicle and then the rest of the day is at leisure to explore Hobart. Hobart is an attractive city built around a beautiful Harbour and in the shadow of Mount Wellington. Places of interest include, the Royal Botanical Gardens, Constitution Dock, Sandy Bay, Salamanca Place and Battery Point.
2

Day 02 - Hobart to Strahan (300 km)

Depart Hobart this morning and travel via New Norfolk on the Lyall Highway – a spectacular road across the heart of Tasmania to the village of Strahan. Continue through the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park. A number of excellent short walks lead off the highway to rainforests, waterfalls and spectacular lookouts. Stop in Queenstown, surrounded by stark mountains, giving the town an eerie look. There are good views from Spion Kop Lookout, in the centre of town. Continue as the road winds along to the quiet town of Strahan, situated on Macquarie Harbour. Strahan is the only town on Tasmania’s forbidding west coast.
3

Day 03 - Strahan to Cradle Mountain National Park (138 km)

This morning you can take an optional cruise along the Gordon River. Cruises depart at 9am and return at 2pm. Depart Strahan and travel north to Zeehan, which was a booming mining town in the early 1900’s. The Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park is renowned for its walking tracks with spectacular mountain peaks, deep gorges, lakes, wild open moorlands and an incredible variety of wildlife.
4

Day 04 - Freycinet National Park to Launceston (167 km)

Travel north through Coles Bay and Bicheno. You can either take the coast road from Chain of Lagoons to Falmouth, or the inland road via St Marys and Elephant Pass, where you can stop for delicious pancakes. Then continue north to St Helens, perhaps with a detour to the beautiful Binalong Bay. Near Pyengana take a walk at St Columba Falls and buy some local gourmet cheese. Continue north to Scottsdale on the Tasman Highway and onto Launceston, Tasmania’s second largest city, nestled in the hilly country where the Tamar, North Esk and South Esk rivers meet. Only 10 minutes from the city centre is the magnificent Cataract Gorge, here almost vertical cliffs line the banks of the South Esk River as it enters the Tamar.
5

Day 05 - Cradle Mountain National Park

Depart Cradle Mountain and travel east to Mole Creek. Along the way visit Marakoopa Cave, a wet cave which features two underground streams and an incredible glow-worm display. Continue east to Deloraine. You can also take short detours to visit some local gourmet delights such as local honey and cheese producers as well as a raspberry farm. Continue onto Launceston, the ‘Garden City’, the second largest city in Tasmania, and the centre of Tasmania’s north. It is nestled in the hilly country where the Tamar, North Esk and South Esk rivers meet. Only 10 minutes from the city centre is the magnificent Cataract Gorge, here almost vertical cliffs line the banks of the South Esk River as it enters the Tamar.
6

Day 06 - Launceston to St Helens (160 km)

Depart Launceston and travel north-east to Scottsdale, regarded as the hub of the North East serving some of the richest agricultural and forest country in Tasmania. Near Pyengana take a walk to St Columba Falls and pick up some local gourmet cheese. Continue east to the small bayside town of St Helens, a fishing port well known for its crayfish, flounder and scallops. Visit The Gardens and the Bay of Fires Coastal Reserves near Binalong Bay for stunning beaches.
7

Day 07 - St Helens to Freycinet National Park (108 km)

Travel south to Freycinet National Park. Along the way travel through the towns of Scamander and St Mary’s, before stopping for pancakes at Elephant Pass. Or take the coast road from Falmouth to the Chain of Lagoons. Stop at the small resort town of Bicheno before continuing south through Coles Bay to the Freycinet National Park. Stop along the way to explore the Friendly Beaches.
8

Day 08 - Freycinet National Park

Time at leisure today to explore all that the Freycinet National Park and has to offer, including abundant wildlife, spectacular beaches including Wineglass Bay and a variety of walking trails.
”9″

”Day

10

Day 10 - Hobart

Your vehicle needs to be returned today, by the same time as it was picked up on Day 1 to avoid any additional charges.
  • Subject to availability
  • All prices quoted are per person, in Australian Dollars (AUD) based on twin sharing, ground content only and subject to change without prior notice
  • Breakfast is not included, hotel seasonal surcharges; blackout dates; supplements and minimum night stay apply
  • Single / 3rd traveler are not applicable
  • Itineraries are suggested itineraries only
  • Sales Period: up to 30 Sep 2019
  • Travel Period: up to 31 Mar 2020
  • Other terms & conditions apply
10D9N Grand Circle Tasmania5 btn

Tour Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Leave a Review

Rating