Discover Tasmania Tours

Adventure and Outdoors Tours

Enjoy your Tasmanian holiday with a friend from Discover Tasmania Tours.
When you visit Tasmania and are looking for things to do in Launceston, let Discover Tasmania Tours take you exploring. You can mix and match a range of Launceston based tours to suit your time and budget or choose a private charter tour for one to four passengers in a modern four-wheel drive vehicle.

Launceston in Northern Tasmania is a great place to base yourself whilst on holiday and it is known for its range of intriguing streetscapes, colonial and heritage estates and premier cool-climate wines. Consider choosing to stay in some great boutique accommodation and enjoy a great Tasmania holiday package based in Launceston.

Within a few hours drive from Launceston you can see stunning wildlife, scenic national parks, colonial estates, national trust sites, amazing art and hydro electric power stations.

Services

$200

The Tamar Valley is the oldest wine region within Tasmania and many of the vineyards operate a cellar door where you can taste and purchase selected wines. Don’t be surprised to find some great and award winning Pinot Noir, Riesling, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon and other varieties available to delight your tastebuds.

Tasmania’s wine growing regions are said to be similar to the climates of some well know European regions showcasing cool climate varieties. Be surprised, pleasantly surprised by the hospitality and wealth of knowledge held by the winemakers and their staff.

Disabled Access

$300

St Helens on the East Coast of Tasmania is the gateway to Binalong Bay and the Bay of Fires that in 2009, won the Lonely Planets’ Blues List travel destination.

Great ocean beaches and safe swimming sea pools make it a great destination for summer swimming and walking in any season. It is a region filled with orange lichen-covered granite rocks and pristine white beaches and abundant bird life.

Disabled Access

$300

The East Coast of Tasmania is blessed with Coles Bay which is the gateway to the Freycinet National Park where you can find Wineglass Bay, a magnificent crescent shaped bay with fine white beach sand that squeaks as you walk on it.

There is a magnificent lookout over the bay that requires a moderate level of fitness and takes around two hours to the top and back to the car park. There is plenty of fresh seafood available to match some of the East Coast’s fine white wines.

Disabled Access

$300

The Tasmanian icon of Cradle Mountain is one of the most exciting wilderness areas in the world and listed as a World Heritage area. Dove Lake rests peacefully at the foot of the mountain and hosts a wonderful walking track suitable for all ages and levels of fitness around the perimeter of the lake.

The walking track takes around two hours to circumnavigate and is the starting place for the Overland Track where you can walk for some 65 kilometres before reaching Lake St Clair the deepest freshwater lake in Australia.

Disabled Access

$200

Launceston is Tasmania’s second largest city and a vibrant hub for food and wine, culture and nature. The whole region is packed with city and country charm, gorgeous old towns, excellent food and wine and beautiful scenic highlights.

Launceston has one of the best-preserved early cityscapes in Australia with its elegant Colonial and Victorian architecture and century-old parks. Just a short walk from the city centre, Cataract Gorge is a slice of wilderness right in the heart of town and Launceston’s star natural attraction.

The seductive Tamar River meanders for around 70 km through the fertile Tamar Valley with vineyards, orchards, pastures and forests, from the boutique-chic regional city of Launceston, and then north to the turquoise sea of Bass Strait.

Fall in love with the Tamar Valley’s easy charm and quaint accommodation. From sweeping views of rolling hills to the crisp white sands of the Bass Strait, the Tamar Valley is a voyage of modern indulgence and discovery of glorious history.

Disabled Access

$250

At Trowunna you can see more than 35 species of birds and native animals and see Tasmanian devils being hand fed.

The Marakoopa and Mole Creek caves provide a wonderful opportunity to take a deeper look into the fascinating world of ‘karst’ landscapes.

Disabled Access

$150

Half Day tour in and around historical and scenic Launceston.

Explore Launceston City, Cataract Gorge, the old Duck Reach Hydro Electric power station, a scenic lookout over Kanamaluka (Tamar Estuary) and maybe a Gin or Wine Cellar door.

Departing 08:30 and 13:00 from Launceston CBD or your accommodation by arrangement.

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