Cradle Coast Tours are your experts in exploring the North West Coast, offering a relaxed and interactive experience for small groups to be like a local for a day. With as few as two and as many as seven guests onboard, or for larger groups, Cradle Coast Tours can cater up to twenty passengers. The experience provides a tailored and memorable outing exploring the region.
Cradle Coast Tours offers tours across the North West, including Cradle Mountain and Sheffield; Stanley and Table Cape; Leven Canyon and Gunns Plans Caves; and a food and wine tour in the Tamar Valley. The tours always include reliable vehicles and a knowledgeable guide, along with entry into national parks and attractions, morning tea and refreshments.
About your Guide:
Howard Smith is an award-winning, certified and experienced tour guide who has lived and worked in the region for many years and looks sharing his passion for the North West.
Bespoke tours can be arranged on request, including day tours for cruise ship passengers from Burnie. Three-day tours are a popular way of seeing the whole region, with discounts available. All tours include collection from your accommodation between Devonport & Burnie.
Cradle Coast Tours has Sustainable Tourism Accreditation, Quality Tourism accreditation and are members of the Tasmanian Tour Guiding Association. Cradle Coast Tours also won the Outstanding Tourism Experience award.
From $160 to $180
Discover the beautiful coastline of the North West, exploring the cascading cliffs and home of the tulips at Table Cape along the way. The journey is just as great as the destination, with a morning tea spot at the stunning Boat Harbour, with its pristine white beach.
The tour travels to the historic village of Stanley. Walking or riding the chairlift up ‘The Nut’, you’ll see across Bass Strait and 360 views along the coast.
After sampling the coast’s cheeses and berries along the way, the first stop is the art and craft town of Deloraine. Straddling the Meander River, this is Tasmania’s largest inland town. From there we make our way to the Tamar Valley Wine Route, visiting the boutique vineyards specialising in cool climate wines.
The tour also includes Cataract Gorge in the heart of Launceston and can include options to visit the historic town of Beacons Field and Beauty Point.
Your tour includes pick up from your accommodation between Devonport and Burnie.
For history buffs and those who are about to be, Port Arthur is a mecca of restored historic buildings which tell the harrowing and fascinating stories of Tasmania’s early convict settlers.
The Tasman Peninsula will take your breath away, along with a stop at the sandstone Richmond Village.
Visit Tasmania’s most identifiable mountain, Cradle Mountain. Stopping at the town of Murals, Sheffield, you’ll see picturesque work on buildings and in the landscapes, Railton and the historic town of Latrobe.
Visitors can tailor their own adventure experience, including the option for a gentle stroll around the iconic Dove Lake circuit. A must-see during any season.
Seeing Tasmania from above and below, this tour includes Gunns Plains Caves, a spectacular limestone showstopper filled with stalactites and glow worms. Along the way we visit the popular town of Penguin, following the scenic North West coastline. The tour also includes Leven Canyon, a short walk to a cascading canyon, hundreds of metres below.
Your tour includes pick up from your accommodation in Devonport or Burnie.