The white beaches, startling blue waters, and bright orange rocks of the Bay of Fires makes it one of Tasmania’s most beautiful locations. This full-day small-group tour takes in all the highlights, including an oyster tasting at a local oyster farm, a visit to a lavender farm, and spectacular views of the bay, the Weldborough Pass, and Fingal Valley. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.
Go deep into the pristine Tasmanian forest, and experience a remote wilderness of waterfalls, glacial lakes, rainforest and wildlife on this day trip from Launceston to Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. Inside the World Heritage–listed park, take walks through the forest and admire views of the craggy peak of Cradle Mountain towering above Dove Lake. You’ll also stop at Waldheim Alpine Spa for a taste of regional culinary delights for lunch.
A visit to Cradle Mountain is a must-do when visiting Launceston. Part of the Tasmanian Wilderness Heritage Area and considered one of Tasmania’s most iconic landmarks, Cradle Mountain offers excellent hiking opportunities in a spectacular natural setting. Your guide tailors your tour to your interests, with the option to take an easier walk to Dove Lake, or a more challenging hike up the mountain. Enjoy informative commentary, sweeping views, wildlife sightings of wombats and wallabies, and stops in Sheffield and at the Ashgrove Cheese Factory en route.
Travel across Tasmania one way from Launceston to Hobart via Freycinet National Park and the famously beautiful Wineglass Bay. Have time for walking and sightseeing in the national park, then make stops for seafood, wine, and other treats at Freycinet Marine Farm and the Devils Corner Winery before evening drop-off in Hobart.
Cover the three top highlights of Tasmania on a 3-day tour that visits Cradle Mountain, Freycinet National Park and Port Arthur. Arrange for your own accommodation in Launceston and Hobart, and leave the rest to the pros. Enjoy walking around Cradle Mountain and Dove Lake, then spend a day in Freycinet National Park to see Wineglass Bay and other landmarks. From Hobart, head to the Port Arthur Historic Site for a guided walking tour and harbor cruise, and see the historic town of Richmond and Mt Wellington upon your return.
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.
Enjoy the natural environment of Launceston on a canopy tour in the forest. Travel across the treetops on a zipline course that takes you to different 'cloud station' platforms, where you can admire the view and catch your breath. Plus, zoom over the Piper River on one of the longest ziplines in Australia with a length of 1,312 feet (400 meters).
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.
This is an easy walk suitable for all ages. Please be aware that this interaction takes place on farm land with uneven surfaces and water sources. All children must be supervised and under the control of a responsible adult. All care will be taken but entry is at own risk. With a variety of native wildlife also sharing our farm with our friendly Llama keep a look out for our other residents.. from speedy Pademelon wallabies, plodding Wombats to Echidna and Eastern barred Bandicoots.
The three hour tour is designed to educate visitors and enjoy the opportunity to observe the native animals.The walk follows a Grade 2 walking track and no bushwalking experience is required. The track has hardened and compacted surfaces that has a gentle hill sections and occasional steps.
Explore the tranquil Hollybank Forest, just a short drive north of Launceston, without worrying about heavy hiking packs or sweaty clothes on this short segway tour. Ride a heavy-duty segway down the peaceful forest paths while your guide tells you about the forest’s history and the changing ecosystem. At the end of the tour, take home a USB drive of digital photographs, taken by the tour team, to remember your forest adventure by.
Enjoy a fun and refreshing half-day canyoning tour at the Dove River in Lost World Canyon, a beautiful part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. Float and walk through a breathtaking section of river on a moderately challenging canyoning adventure led by experienced guides. See gorges that are surrounded by native button grass, ancient King Billy pines, the slopes of Cradle Mountain, and hear about local history and wildlife from your guide. Your tour includes the use of all necessary equipment, including wetsuits and helmets.
We fly higher to give you the views one dreams of and you will NOT feel height sick, promise...we fly longer, we have a sense of adventure, albeit a very safe adventure. Ballooning in the "Natural State" of Australia is something you will never forget. Your pilot will endeavour to pick the best launch site possible to make your flight a memorable one. You will experience free flight like nowhere else in the country and this is a fact. Geographical and wind conditions make for spectacular flights with truly breathtaking views of Tasmania at Sunrise. The Tamar Valley, the Meander Valley, the Highlands with its lakes...the huge sheep farms and irrigated crops of the midlands, Tasmania's heritage listed sites and towns...the list goes on. Tasmania is a beautiful state wherever you go and participating on this peaceful adventure of floating in the wind is surely one of the best ways to see this beautiful corner of the World. Champagne and chocolates are on us!
At the mouth of the Cataract Gorge, Penny Royal celebrates the dark and playful past of bushranger Matthew Brady amongst a charming complex of bars, restaurants and a wide range of activities for the whole family including zip lines, rock wall climbing, cliff walks as well as adventures at park level of gold panning, gemstone fossicking and the brig Tamar cruise and moments in history. Free entry to the village, pay only for the adventures you choose.
Cam Blake is a local, award winning photographer who has a knowledge and passion of the Tasmanian Wilderness that is unmatched. Enjoy a friendly, relaxed classroom style tour where you will gain expert knowledge and a renewed passion to improve your photography in one of the worlds greatest wilderness regions.
Cam is an award winning landscape photographer who has hiked the back country of Tasmania many times. HIs experience on the Overland Track is unmatched and Cam will expertly guide you through this incredible region of the world. Camera's in hand, you will received one on one professional photography tuition throughout this trip.
At our Llama Farma we breed, raise, train & work with all of our wonderful 18 Llama and Teddy our Alpaca who’s pretty convinced he’s just the shortest cutest Llama! The love and care we have for all of our animals shines through in their happy nature’s and willingness to enjoy the day with us. We absolutely love to have visitors at our farm but as we're a working farm we also love to be ready to show you around; so please be sure to book.Llama Farma is located in the beautiful Tasmanian Farm and natural Bushland that is our 40 acre family property. Book our Bush Walk for a view of our very special 14 acre Conservation area, this is set aside for the conservation of the endangered Swift Parrot & Eucalyptus Ovata. Only 1km from the ever popular Van Diemens Land Creamery and Christmas Hills Raspberry farm these are also a wonderful stop offon your Tasmanian adventure!
Explore Tasmania's world-acclaimed Blue Derby Mountain Bike Trails with experienced guides, local gourmet food and unique accommodation. This three-day adventure includes two nights stay at the exclusive, architecturally-designed Pods and central Hub building. • Stay in your own Pod in the middle of the forests that are the world-acclaimed Blue Derby network. • Enjoy mouth-watering Tasmanian gourmet food, wine and beer. • Ride the trails with the expert guidance of two Experience Leaders.