3 Day Tour Pass Launceston to Hobart

    Visit Port Arthur, Wineglass Bay and Cradle Mountain in 3 actions packed days!

    This Launceston to Hobart 3 Day Tasmania Tour pass is the ‘Big 3’ our top 3 day tours in Tasmania: Port Arthur, Wineglass Bay and Cradle Mountain, starting in Launceston and finishing in Hobart.

    Experience Tasmania’s top highlights in just three incredible days! We’ve seamlessly combined our most popular day tours of Cradle Mountain, Wineglass Bay, and Port Arthur into one unforgettable Tasmanian adventure.

    On day one, explore Cradle Mountain’s alpine beauty, choose between the Dove Lake Circuit or Marion’s Lookout, and immerse yourself in Sheffield’s outdoor art gallery before treating yourself to artisanal Tasmanian gelato at Van Diemens Land Ice Creamery.

    Day two takes you from Launceston to Hobart via the breathtaking East Coast, where you’ll visit the world-famous Wineglass Bay, one of the top 10 most beautiful beaches globally. Relax at a hilltop vineyard overlooking Freycinet National Park.

    On day three, embark on a jaw-dropping coastal walk along Australia’s highest sea cliffs on the Tasman Peninsula. Dive into the history of the Port Arthur Historic Site, encounter Tasmanian Devils at the Unzoo, and stroll across Australia’s oldest bridge in Richmond.

    We recommend you arrive in Launceston the day before the tour and fly out of Hobart the day after the trip ends.

    Enjoy a Tasmania trip you will remember forever. Let’s embark on this incredible journey together!

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    The BIG 3 Tasmania tour starting Launceston finishing Hobart

    Adult( 16 - 99 ) From $525
    Child( 8 - 15 ) From $495
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      Day 1: Cradle Mountain World Heritage Area

      Cradle Mountain’s jagged silhouette is unmistakable. Standing 1545 metres above sea level amongst glacial lakes, alpine moorland and World Heritage Listed wilderness, this iconic mountain is pure untamed Tassie. On this full day tour, you’ll score front row seats.
      After leaving Launceston we stop in the quirky town of Sheffield, the town of murals, a unique open air art gal lery. From there we head into the mountains along winding roads fringed by rainforest to arrive at Cradle Mountain National Park.
      We begin our adventures with an easy guided walk to the stunning Pencil Pine Falls. A great introduction to the National Park. After that it’s onto our main walk of the day, Dove Lake Circuit, an easy 6km circumnavigation of the stunning lake that sits at the bottom of Cradle Mountain. The views are epic.
      If you’re up for a challenge, tackle the hike to Marion’s Lookout. An up hill climb rewards you with breathtaking views of Cradle Mountain, Little Horn, Smithies Peak and so many mirrored lakes.
      Our last stop is Van Diemen’s Ice Creamery and Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm for well earned treats crafted from the finest Tasmanian dairy and produce. A sweet end to a heavenly day.

      Day 2: Wineglass Bay and Freycinet National Park

      After leaving Launceston, we enjoy a short stop at the Georgian township of Campbell Town for supplies and convict relics. From there we head east, greeted by a spectacular view of The Hazards as we enter Freycinet National Park. A short but sensational 20 minute walk along the Cape Tourville
      Lighthouse circuit reveals 360 degree views before we hike to the Wineglass Bay lookout as a group.
      This 45 minute ascent gets the heart pumping before revealing one of the best vistas in the Southern Hemisphere.
      Gaze out over treetops to a sweeping vista of white sand and turquoise water, soaking in the beauty of Wineglass Bay.
      Depending on how active you’re feeling, you can extend your hike down to the beach for swimming, relaxing and dolphin spotting or return from the lookout with your guide to check out Honeymoon Bay.
      The afternoon brings us to Devil’s Corner winery, perched high on a hill overlooking Freycinet. It’s the ideal place to kick back with a glass of wine, fresh seafood platter, woodfired pizza, tea, coffee or artisan gelato before ending our day in Hobart.

      Day 3: Port Arthur and Tasmanian Devils

      Travel with us from Hobart to the Tasman Peninsula, where the might of the Southern Ocean has carved spectacular caves and arches into solid rock. Meet Tassie’s coastline at its rugged finest. It’ll take your breath away. Spend the morning walking along 300 metre high clifftops, pausing at majestic lookouts to watch giant waves crash again st dolerite spires. Visit Pirates Bay, Waterfall Bay, Tasman Arch and the famous Devil’s Kitchen, ticking all the best views off the list.
      The Tasmanian Devil Unzoo is up next. Tasmanian Devils are carnivorous marsupials that can only be found in Tasmania. They look like a small bear and are just as feisty, with one of the most powerful
      bites in the animal kingdom. You’ll get up close and personal with these iconic critters in a snarling-fing frenzy! You can also feed wallabies by hand, attend a Birds of the Bush presentation, and learn about local wildlife from the Unzoo’s passionate staff.
      The next stop is Port Arthur Historic Site, where impeccably preserved ruins offer a chilling glimpse of life as a Tasmanian convict. You will have around 2 hours exploring this World Heritage open air museum, including a complimentary harbour cruise around the Isle of the Dead and fascinating site talks.
      Our last stop is the unmissable Richmond, a historic village filled with quaint stone buildings, ye olde lolly shops and Australia’s oldest bridge! This sandstone beauty was built by convicts and is thought to be haunted. You be the judge. A devilishly good day out.


      What To Bring
      Important Booking Info
      • Visit Port Arthur Historic Site
      • Tasman National Park highlights – Devils Kitchen & Tasman Arch
      • Explore Freycinet National Park
      • Walk to the spectacular Wineglass Bay Lookout
      • Explore Cradle Mountain National Park and World Heritage Area

      Essential things to pack

      • Sensible shoes for walking.
      • A variety of warm and weatherproof clothing.
      • Hat & Sunscreen
      • Large water bottle, snacks, lunch (or buy it on the day).
      • Camera.
      • Sense of adventure

      Important Booking Info

      • Suitable for children over 8 years old.
      • Our tours are designed as full active days of fast-paced travel, we are also at times exposed to the outdoor conditions of the day.
      • On all tours, we offer a central city hotel or backpacker hostel pick up.
      • We do not offer a pick up from residential addresses or from Air BnB accommodation.
      • We operate small group Active Day Tours using Toyota Commuter and Toyota Coaster vehicles.  These seat maximum passengers of 13 or 20 respectively.
      • We consider our tours to be active, visiting National Parks and wild areas focusing on the great short walks of Tasmania. Although most of the walks are classified as ‘easy’, a suitable level of general health and fitness and physical abilities is essential.
      • We educate all our guests on ‘Minimal Impact Bushwalking’ and the ‘Leave No Trace’ policy’s before entering our National Parks. We provide accurate interpretation and keep wildlife disturbance to a minimum by viewing from appropriate distances and informing our guests about how to treat wildlife with patience and respect.
      • You are able to bring one piece of luggage for storage during day 2 between Launceston and Hobart, along with 1-day pack for use during the tour.
      • Accommodation is NOT included with this 3 day tour pass. Please provide your accommodation details after booking.


      What time does the tour start?

      All our tours are scheduled to depart the city at 7.30am. Our first pick up is normally at 7.00am. Your pick up time will be confirmed at the time of booking depending on your hotel or hostel location.

      We recommend arriving the night before you wish to begin your BIG 3 tour.

      Are any meals included?

      We do not supply lunch, snacks or beverages on our tours, but we do stop along the way for you to purchase food to suit your budget and taste. This is usually a Bakery style stop in a regional town along the way to the main destination for the day. You will then be able to enjoy a lunch break during the tour day, usually somewhere scenic and suitable for a rest stop. However, if you prefer to bring your own snacks, please feel free to do so.

      How much luggage can I bring?

      As we operate small group Active Day Tours, our tour vehicles are not equipped to handle excess luggage.  On our Active Day Tours we expect that each traveller will have a day pack only to store your daily essentials such as drinks, jackets and sunscreen while on tour for the day.  No other luggage is able to be carried on our day tours.  If you are moving hotels or have onwards travels you will need to ensure this is stored for the day at your hotel/accommodation prior to boarding the tour bus.  If you attend a tour with luggage without consultation with our Reservations Team prior to travel, you may be refused entry to the tour vehicle.

      Is accommodation included?

      No, all passengers will need to book this separately. Please provide your accommodation details to our reservations team after booking.

      Accommodation is not included, however, we will pick up and drop off each day to select Hobart and Launceston central city Hotel or Hostel each day. If carrying your luggage is an issue, please ensure you are at a hotel that is included in our door-to-door pick-up schedule.

      What time does the tour end?

      On Day 3 we finish in Hobart around 6.00 pm. Most people choose to spend this night in Hobart and then continue with their onward travels the next day, alternatively, flights departing Hobart should be booked for 8.00 pm onwards.

      Where do i get picked up each day?

      We pick up and drop off each day to hotel/hostel accommodation, however, we have a select list of places that we do this. Please enquire regarding these hotels.  If you are not staying at one of these hotels, such as an AirBnB or an excluded hotel, you will need to ensure you can walk with your luggage to/from your closest pick up location.  We can help with all the logistics!


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