3 Day Wild West Hobart To Launceston Tour

    This tour is taking a break for 2023. Check our current Tasmania tour program here: Tours in Tasmania.

    Join us for a 3 day Tasmania Tour from Hobart to Launceston. On our West Coast Tasmania tour marvel at the rugged unspoiled forests and mountains of the west coast which include Mt Field, Lake St Clair, and world-famous Cradle Mountain. World heritage wilderness, prehistoric rainforests, Tasmania’s tallest waterfall, and the ancient elegance of Cradle Mountain.

    Come and explore the amazing National Parks on Tasmania’s West Coast on our Tasmania small group tour. Enjoy the picture-perfect wilderness of Tasmania. The rugged wild west of Tasmania awaits you on our 3 day Tasmania tour.

    The 3-day tour will take you to Franklin-Gordon Wild River National Park, Mount Field National Park, Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, and many other amazing places. Your guide on tour will lead you through this beautiful journey. Explore the wild side of Tasmania. Visit the Tarkine rainforest and Montezuma Falls, hike through the Henty sand dunes and stay for 2 nights in picturesque Strahan. On this tour, we stay in dorm share or private rooms in hostels or upgrade to a motel stay for more comfort.

    Short on time in Tasmania? Need a quck trip in Tassie? If you have 3 days to spare and want to go on a day tour of Tasmania, this is the tour for you.

    Join us as we explore the wilderness of Tasmania’s west coast. Be one with nature as we walk through spectacular forests and over towering mountains.

    This isn’t just any ordinary West Coast Tasmania Tour… it’s a 3 Day Experience!


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      Day 1: Hobart to Strahan

      This morning you will depart Hobart, driving through tranquil Derwent Valley to Mt Field National Park. Here you will hike among some of the world’s tallest flowering trees and visit the beautiful Russell Falls. Next up we visit Lake St Clair, which is Australia’s deepest freshwater lake, and traversing the pristine Franklin-Gordon Wild River National Park. The drive into the Western Wilds offers breathtaking views of rainforests and rugged mountain scenery. Stop at Queenstown with its ‘moonscape’ and historic buildings, to get a taste of Tassie’s rich mining history. Then its onto your home for two nights in Strahan. A beautiful and historic town is one of the most picturesque places to stay in all of Tasmania.

      Overnight: Strahan

      Day 2: Wild West Coast

      Today you will explore the Tarkine rainforest and Tasmania’s highest waterfall, Montezuma Falls, followed by the Henty Sand Dunes. Or you can book onto the Gordon River Cruise (optional tour). Then its off to the stunning Ocean Beach to breathe the freshest air in the world. Back in Strahan, for the evening we will head to a secret spot to look for platypus at dusk.

      Overnight: Strahan

      Day 3: Cradle Mountain to Launceston

      Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park is a World Heritage Area and hiker’s paradise. Today you can take the challenging and scenic track to Marion’s Lookout, or an impressive but easier option is the magnificent Dove Lake Circuit. Look for wombats at Ronny Creek, before departing Cradle Mountain to travel to Launceston via Sheffield (the Town of Murals).

      What To Bring
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      • Huge trees at Mt Field National Park
      • Picturesque west coast village of Strahan
      • Guided hike at stunning Cradle Mountain
      • Windswept beaches, wild rivers and unique cave formations of Tarkine Rainforest.

      Essential things to pack

      • Camera
      • Drink bottle
      • Comfortable trail walking shoes
      • Hat, sunglasses and sunscreen
      • Clothes to suit conditions (layers are a good idea)
      • Waterproof jacket (just in case)
      • Swimwear and towel (conditions permitting)

      Important Booking Info

      • This tour is taking a break for 2023. Check our current Tasmania tour program here: Tours in Tasmania.




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