Explore the national parks of Tassie, enjoy a barbecue on the beach, view the stunning Bay of Fires, meet the famous Tasmanian devil, soak in history in Richmond
The wild and wondrous island state of Tasmania stands apart from the rest of Australia in ways beyond mere geography. A great option for travellers who’ve already explored mainland Australia (including Aussies themselves) and are in the market for something a little different, this trip opens up the bountiful, untamed wilderness with a bundle of hands-on active pursuits. Go kayaking, jet-boating and fishing near Strahan, check out Cradle Mountain, Cataract Gorge, the eye-poppingly scenic Bay of Fires and meet some genuine Tasmanian devils at a wildlife sanctuary. It’s different down here. Discover why.
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Visit Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary to see Tasmanian devils. Travel to Lake St Clair and Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park on the way to Strahan. In the evening, indulge in a barbecue dinner. Day 3 is free to explore.
Spend the day enjoying the temperate rainforest and rugged mountain scenery between Strahan and Launceston, including a visit to Cradle Mountain with a hike on the Dove Lake Track.
Drive to Bicheno via Cataract Gorge and the Bay of Fires, known for its turquoise waters and red rocks. Stop in coastal St Helen's for lunch.
Visit Freycinet NP and Cole's Bay. Hike to the Wineglass Bay lookout, one of the most scenic views in Tasmania. Drive down the coast and visit historic RIchmond on the way to Port Arthur Historic Site.
Visit Port Arthur's sights, including a cruise around the harbour. Drive to Hobart for one last evening together.
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