Discover the Tamar Valley on a small-group wine tasting tour from Launceston. Visit local vineyards, sample wines and cheeses, and tuck into a delicious gourmet lunch over the course of the day. Learn about the history of the region and tips for wine tasting from your guide and enjoy free round-trip transfers from any location in Launceston.
This half-day winery tour of the Tamar Valley is the ideal trip for travelers who don’t have time for the full-day tour. You’ll visit several wineries, sample some delicious local wines, plus get the chance to speak with the winemakers to learn more about the process. You can also enjoy a gourmet lunch platter at one of the wineries, carefully selected to match the wines. This tour is a fun and indulgent experience in less time.
The scenic riversides and lush bushlands of the Cataract Gorge lie just downstream from Launceston. On this tour, discover the gorge from the water on a leisurely afternoon cruise and admire views of Tamar Island, Windemere, and Rosevears as you set sail from Launceston. While on-board, tuck into a delicious afternoon tea and sample a selection of Tasmanian beers and wines.
Enjoy a full-day tour that takes in Freycinet National Park, including Wineglass Bay, Honeymoon Bay and Cape Tourville lookout among other top sites. See the sights up close during several short nature walks in Freycinet National Park, and then return to Launceston.
Cruise into the magical Cataract Gorge and through Launceston's riverfront precinct. Head north past Tamar Island, historical buildings: St Mathias Church and the Rosevears Pub. Experience the variety of life as we cruise past charming riverfront communties, vineyards and farms, to historical Rosevears and Windemere districts. This fascinating collection of history, fauna and people at work, rest and play makes an absorbing narrative which will touch, intrigue and inspire. The best vantage point to view the Tamar Valley
Discover the spectacular scenery and unique cultural history of Tasmania's East Coast on this 4-day tour that takes you from Launceston to Hobart. Get your feet wet at the famously beautiful beaches of the Bay of Fires, catch the ferry to Bruny Island for some wallaby spotting, take in the views from Freycinet National Park and Wineglass Bay, and explore Tasmania's convict heritage with a harbor cruise and tour of Port Arthur's former prison settlement. Stay in hand-picked hotels each night, and taste local treats like Pyengana cheese, fresh berries, and gourmet chocolates along the way.
Lovers of good food and drink will enjoy this full-day wine tour, which includes a delicious lunch at one of the wineries. Visit five or six wineries in the West Tamar Valley wine region. You’ll get the chance to speak to the makers of different varieties of wine and learn all about their craft. Plus, tastings are included and all members of your group can relax and have a good time without worrying about who will be the designated driver.
Whether you’re traveling with family young or old or you just want to put your feet up for the day, this morning cruise is a great way to see the lush Tamar Valley without wearing yourself out with a long hike or drive. Cruise from Launceston into the dramatic Cataract Gorge and beyond. There are plenty of spectacular photo opportunities in the Gorge and beyond, including the riverside districts of Windermere and Rosevears.
At Josef Chromy Wines, a high-tech winery whose modern production facility sits amid a beautiful vineyard landscape near Launceston, enjoy a behind-the-scenes tour to learn how Tasmania’s cool-climate grapes are turned into varietals like pinot noir and sauvignon blanc. Stroll through the vineyard with a winery host and see some of the winemaking equipment before a wine-tasting session that includes both mature and young wines. Then enjoy a 2-course lunch with wine pairings in the tasting room, located in a renovated building that dates back to the 1880s. This tour does not include transportation.
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