Tasmania... Compact, Picturesque and Relaxed

 

It’s time to tick Tassie off your bucket list! Get amongst the idyllic scenery of Russell Falls, the Gordon River, Cradle Mountain and Freycinet National Park, then step back in time at Port Arthur and in Hobart. We won’t let you leave without sampling local cheese, boutique wine and more!


Experience what the island state is world-renowned for - idyllic scenery, abundant wildlife, gourmet food and wine, art and friendly locals. Explore Hobart’s Salamanca, witness the stunning natural beauty of Russell Falls, Cradle Mountain – why not take an unforgettable cruise on Wineglass Bay on the Freycinet Peninsula, a location of peace and beauty.


Lose yourself in Tasmania’s stunning West Coast. Chat with locals at Salamanca Market and be awestruck by Russell Falls, the dark waters of Gordon River and purity of Cradle Mountain. Savour fresh Tasmanian salmon and ginseng products at 41° South Salmon Farm and indulge at Josef Chromy Wines.


Tasmania's East Coast, with its natural beauty and long beautiful beaches, offers a completely different Australian coastal experience. Discover hidden gems such as Scamander, with a huge array of native flora and birds.


Tasmania's North West is the gateway to some of Tasmania's most beautiful natural places. Exploring the North West, you'll find classic coastal drives, food trails, stunning national parks and beautiful nature reserves. It’s a great place for touring, with spectacular views at every turn and some of Tasmania's prettiest cities and towns.


Tasmania's North West is also home to the Tarkine, and the spectacular World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. The Tarkine Forest is the world’s greatest expanse of cool temperate rainforest. One of Tasmania’s most visited natural attractions, Cradle Mountain offers some of the best scenery in the world. Surrounded by glacial lakes, ancient rainforest, and unusual alpine vegetation, it's easy to appreciate the beauty of this unique place on one of the many short walks found in the area.


Since 1912, AAT Kings as a tour operator has been helping people from all over the world discover and explore Australia and New Zealand from top to bottom. With a broad range of holiday options including Guided Tours, Short Breaks and Day Tours, AAT Kings are the holiday experts. You can relax in the comfort of knowing you’re in the best of hands. They have over 100 years of experience in taking care of absolutely everything so that you can get on with creating great new memories.


If you would like a detailed itinerary on this or would like to look at any other AAT Kings Tassie Tour, please contact itravel The Junction on 4962 1116 or itravel Warners Bay on 4947 1116.

 

Pictured top: Cradle Mountain - Lake St Claire Natiional Park

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