6 Day Tasmania Tour from Hobart

    See the major sights in Tasmania in less than a week in a small group including National Parks, Tassie Devils, and stunning waterfalls!

    Come and explore Tasmania’s natural beauty and fascinating history on this journey around the island. Our 6 days in Tasmania tour is one of the most affordable tours around and travels both East and West sides of Tasmania!

    On your 6 Day Tasmania Tour from Hobart our experienced guides will make sure you see all the major highlights and attractions (as well as some hidden treasures). This is the best way to get the most out of your time in Tasmania in a small and fun group as we give you a taste of all the things Tassie has to offer – from the unique wilderness and World Heritage Listed areas to meeting a Tasmanian devil and experiencing our cultural and historical attractions.

    On this tour, you can book live the dorm share option. Or we have our Double/Twin or single hostel rooms if you prefer more private options. For an upgrade we also have Double/ Twin or Singel Motel rooms. So plenty of options for you to choose from for this 6 day tour in Tassie.

    Get out in nature and hike and walk daily on this adventurous Tasmania tour. Take advantage of sampling lots of local produce in Tasmania for lunch and dinner. This itinerary allows you to see it all whilst still taking the time to appreciate it.

    Tour for 6-days in Tasmania, as we take you exploring around our stunning island – top to bottom and side to side! Start and end in Hobart.

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    Adult( 18 - 99 ) $1065
    Child( 8 - 17 ) $1065
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      Day 1: Port Arthur Historic Site

      We’ll visit Australia’s best-preserved colonial village, Richmond, then on to the World Heritage-listed Port Arthur Historic Site (guided walk and harbour cruise included). Wander the preserved ruins in the open-air museum and imagine the harsh convict life. Throughout the day you will be amazed by the dramatic coastal scenery of Tasman NP. We’ll visit Pirate’s Bay lookout, Tasman Arch, Waterfall Bay and the Devil’s Kitchen to see these magnificent geological formations.

      Overnight: Hobart

      Day 2: Hobart to Strahan

      Today we will drive through the Western Wilds. We’ll walk among some of the world’s tallest trees and see the beautiful Russell Falls at Mt Field NP. We’ll visit the expansive Lake St Clair, Australia’s deepest freshwater lake. The drive through the Franklin-Gordon NP offers pristine rainforest and mountain scenery. You’ll enjoy the quirky mining town of Queenstown before arriving in the charming harbourside village of Strahan.

      Overnight: Strahan

      Day 3: Wild West Coast

      The untouched wilderness of Tasmania’s West Coast is today’s playground. In the Tarkine rainforest we’ll hike to Tasmania’s highest waterfall, Montezuma Falls, then explore the gigantic Henty Sand Dunes. Alternatively, today you have the option of cruising the scenic Gordon River (own cost). Later at Ocean Beach we’ll breathe the world’s freshest air. Back in Strahan, with luck our guide can help you find the unique platypus.

      Overnight: Strahan

      Day 4: Cradle Mountain to Launceston

      At the alpine and glacial carved World Heritage-listed Cradle Mountain NP choose a walk to suit your fitness. The Dove Lake circuit offers what some call the best short walk in Tassie, while the hike to Marion’s Lookout is more challenging. After looking for wombats at Ronny Creek (fingers crossed!) we’ll leave the highlands, stopping at the Town of Murals (Sheffield) before enjoying the urban delights of Launceston at your leisure.

      Overnight: Launceston

      Day 5: Launceston to Bicheno

      Discover Launceston’s picturesque Cataract Gorge and look for local wallabies, then we’ll hit the road for some breathtaking East Coast scenery. Enjoy lunch in St Helens before walking along the white sands of the magical Bay of Fires (and swim, weather permitting!). We’ll take our time to savour the coastal views as we travel south to the picturesque fishing village of Bicheno (our home for tonight), where you may also join an optional guided tour of the little penguins (own cost) as they emerge from the sea.

      Overnight: Bicheno

      Day 6: Freycinet National Park

      The Wineglass Bay lookout provides outstanding vistas so it’s worth us getting up early and beating the crowds. Then we can relax on the secluded beach or choose the more challenging Mt Amos climb or a beach walk. Before heading to Hobart along the Great Eastern Drive we’ll take in the incredible ocean and mountain views of the Hazards pink granite peaks from Cape Tourville.

      What To Bring
      Important Booking Info
      • Guided walk and harbour cruise at World Heritage-listed Port Arthur Historic Site
      • Hike at Russell Falls at Mt Field NP
      • See Tasmania’s highest waterfall, Montezuma Falls
      • Visit World Heritage-listed Cradle Mountain National Park
      • Bay of Fires
      • Wineglass Bay

      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

      • Passengers can bring up to 20kg of luggage to be stored in our trailer while traveling, we advise passengers to bring a day pack for access to day-to-day items.
      • All our tours are self-catering in nature and will have plenty of food stops where you can purchase from restaurants, cafes, takeaways or even supermarkets should you wish to use the hostel’s kitchen facilities. Our guides will always be available to give you recommendations to help you sample the great food Tasmania has to offer.
      • The tours that we offer are designed to help you see as much of Tasmania as possible with like-minded travelers.
      • There is no maximum age provided as long as you have a good sense of adventure and a reasonable level of fitness, however, we do have a minimum age of 8 years old to ensure all passengers get the most from the tour!

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