Tours Tasmania operate active day tours and the BIG 3 Tasmania tours . Tours Tasmania operate small group tours from Hobart and Launceston covering all the must see destinations on the island. Our tours focus on the Great Short Walks of Tasmania, National Parks, wildlife, interpretation, history and culture. All tours are fully guided by our trained Tour Guides with a focus on providing fun, informative, action packed days out exploring in Tasmania. We visit amazing attractions in Tasmania such as Cradle Mountain, Wineglass Bay, Port Arthur, Mt. Field National Park, Hastings Caves, Tahune Airwalk & Maria Island. Choose from 1 day or multiple days of exploring.
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From $120 to $130
Mount Field National Park offers a variety of walks in Tasmania’s oldest National Park.
Most famous for Russell Falls and the Tall Trees, we explore the various walks and regions of this diverse area which is only a 90 minute drive from Hobart. Easily Tasmania’s most recognisable waterfall, an easy and enjoyable walk along a beautiful track that takes us to the Horseshoe Falls. We also make our way along the Tall Trees Track where high above us stand the giant 80 metre Swamp Gums. This is a series of short walks amongst the rainforest, eucalypts, streams and wildlife.
Further up we join the Pandani Grove Trail taking us around the alpine Lake Dobson. Soak up the wilderness and surrounding mountain air in this lesser visited region of the park .We enjoy a lunch break in one of the numerous beautiful settings at Mt. Field.
Continuing through the picturesque Derwent Valley, to Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, home to rescued and well-loved wildlife. Tassie Devils, wallabies and local favourites are all here. To top off this very Tasmanian day we head to the summit of Kunyani/Mt. Wellington (1271m) Hobart’s iconic backdrop. The views from the top are breathtaking and vistas expansive.
During 3 action packed days, our BIG 3 Tasmania tour explores some of our Island’s most scenic and memorable locations. Day 1 will take you to Tasman Peninsula, home to Australia’s highest sea cliffs. Enjoy the views from Pirates Bay Lookout, see the interesting Tasman Arch and Devils Kitchen rock formations and enjoy a walk along the Waterfall Bay cliff top track.we visit the Tasmanian Devil Unzoo for an encounter with our local wildlife hero’s! Then onwards to the Port Arthur Historic Site where you have around 2.5-hours to explore. During Day 2 we travel through the seaside towns of Orford and Swansea as we make our way along the East Coast of Tasmania heading towards Freycinet National Park to enjoy Wineglass Bay which has been voted many times among the top beaches of the world. Pink granite mountains form the backdrop for secluded bays, pristine waters, white sandy beaches, local wildlife and walking trails. We finish up in Launceston for the day. Day 3 takes us to Cradle Mountain , an area of iconic scenery with a huge variety of walks to choose from in this stunning world heritage listed area. The walking options are flexible to suit guests.Non Smoking
From $105 to $115
Wineglass Bay has been voted many times amongst the top beaches of the world. A perfect crescent shape, stunning colours and dazzling white sand make this one of Tasmania’s “not to be missed” locations.
Wineglass Bay is nestled in the Freycinet National Park on the East Coast of Tasmania. One of Tasmania’s first National Parks this is a coastal area rich in stunning landscapes. Pink granite mountains form the backdrop for secluded bays, pristine waters, white sandy beaches, local wildlife and walking trails.
Highlights include Freycinet Marine Farm, Freycinet National Park, and Wineglass Bay Lookout. If you prefer to select the shorter walking option, then we return from the Lookout with our Tour Guide and explore other areas of Freycinet National Park. Visit Honeymoon Bay, Sleepy Bay, Cape Tourville Lighthouse & Great Short Walk. Optional longer walk to Wineglass Beach (2.5 hr return walking time). Once on the beach you have time to take a swim, relax, eat your lunch or meander along the white sands. Last but certainly not least we stop at Kate’s Berry Farm, where Kate is serving up delicious Berry Ice-creams and other sweet delights such as jams, sauces, chocolates and jellies.
During 3 action packed days, our BIG 3 Tasmania tour explores some of our Island’s most scenic and world-renowned locations. Start your journey with a huge day of out at Cradle Mountain World Heritage area, an area with amazing walks and scenery with a huge variety of walks to choose from in this stunning part of Tasmania. The walking options are flexible to suit guests. Travel on wards to Hobart via Wineglass Bay lookout for some of the world’s best coastal scenery. Pink granite mountains form the backdrop for secluded bays, pristine waters, white sandy beaches, local wildlife and walking trails. Lastly the final day will take you to Tasman Peninsula, home to Australia’s highest sea cliffs. Enjoy the views from Pirates Bay Lookout, see the interesting Tasman Arch and Devils Kitchen rock formations and enjoy a walk along the Waterfall Bay cliff top track. Travelling on wards we visit the Tasmanian Devil Unzoo for an encounter with our local wildlife hero’s! Then onwards to the Port Arthur Historic Site where you have around 2.5-hours to explore and walk amongst the history at the world heritage Port Arthur Historic Site.Non Smoking
From $140 to $150
This tour travels South of Hobart into the great Southern Forests, along the Huon River and Huon Valley.
Walk through the trees suspended 40 metres above ground.
Explore the Tahune Airwalk and to walk along the Cantilever, stretching for 597 metres through the treetops. Enjoy the sensation of being suspended above the Huon River with breathtaking views across the treetops and surrounding mountains. Time to explore and enjoy more walking is available. Take a 45 minute walk to the Swinging Bridges with a 50 metre span across the river, or a shorter 20 minute Huon Pine walk.
Then further south we drive to delve 40 metres underground into the vast chambers of a cave tour.The Hastings Cave Reserve is another spectacular place to enjoy a variety of activities. Bring your swimming gear and jump into the thermal springs with 28 degree water. Relax in the beautiful forest surrounds or wander the Hot Springs Nature Trail where the warm water meets cool.
The cave tour is conducted by the National Parks expert guides. Cave temperature is always 9 degrees so bring your jumper along. We head underground to explore this spectacular cave which is Australia’s largest tourist Dolomite Cave.
From $120 to $130
Cradle Mountain National Park is an area of world-famous scenery with a variety of walking trails to choose from.
With five hours to spend in the National Park, we leave our walking itinerary flexible to suit guests and weather conditions on the day.
Enjoy a short stop in Sheffield the ‘town of murals’. Sheffield is a small and quirky village where the history of the Cradle region is depicted in artworks across the buildings.
Continue into the mountains and arrive at Cradle Mountain and Dove Lake. Our guides will assist to ensure everyone has an opportunity to enjoy short, or longer walks that best suit them. Choose from the gentle and iconic Dove Lake Circuit or climb to loftier peaks to view the vastness of the surrounding World Heritage area from Marion’s Lookout. Enjoy lunch by a quiet stream, watch the famous and friendly Cradle wombats in their natural habitat, or enjoy the many photographic opportunities. Cradle Mountain is the backdrop for a truly memorable and not to be missed Tasmanian experience. On our return , we stop and sample some local tasty products at the award-winning Ashgrove Cheese Factory. We return to Launceston around 6.30pm after an unforgettable day.
From $125 to $135
We head to the stunning Tasman Peninsula, home to Australia’s highest sea cliffs. Enjoy the panoramic views from Pirates Bay Lookout, and along the spectacular Waterfall Bay Clifftop Track. This is one of Tasmania’s “Great Short Walks”, around 45 minutes, concluding at the rock formations of Tasman Arch and Devil’s Kitchen. Next is the Tasmanian Devil Unzoo. We enjoy all the action of a Devil Feeding. Hand feed the wallabies and walk amongst the local fauna and flora in the charming “Unzoo” setting.
Just a short drive from here, we enter the Port Arthur Historic Site. Here you have around 2.5 hours to explore the site. Enjoy a complimentary Harbour Cruise around the Isle of the Dead and a guided walking tour with Port Arthur’s expert guides. Discover the grim and violent history of the early Australian Penal system and get a sense of the isolation experienced by the convicts in this “inescapable prison”.
On our return , we make a stop at Federation Chocolate with a variety of chocolates to sample. Further along we arrive in the late afternoon into historic Richmond Village. Meander the streets, stop for a coffee and walk across Australia’s oldest bridge still in use.Non Smoking
From $120 to $130
We depart Launceston ready for an action-packed day out exploring Wineglass Bay, Freycinet National Park and the delights & highlights along the way.
Our drive takes us through the Georgian townships of Evandale and Campbell Town. We stop in Campbell Town where you can collect some lunch for the day ahead.
We travel to the East Coast, where we catch an amazing view of the area at the Great Oyster Bay Lookout and an opportunity to purchase some fresh oysters.
Once inside Freycinet National Park we begin a series of walks. We walk as a group to the Wineglass Bay Lookout, this is a moderate uphill walk of around 45 minutes. Once at the top you are rewarded with that world – famous view of Wineglass Bay and the stunning Freycinet National Park. Enjoy the moment, take in the views and let our guides help you with those sought-after photographs. We return from the Lookout and explore other areas of Freycinet National Park. Visit Honeymoon Bay & Cape Tourville Lighthouse.
While still on the East Coast we make a final stop for the day, where you can try the local hand-crafted Ice creams or perhaps a famous Tasmanian Scallop Pie!
From $115 to $125
We head to the stunning Tasman Peninsula, home to Australia’s highest sea cliffs. Enjoy the panoramic views of the area from Pirates Bay Lookout, and along the spectacular Waterfall Bay Clifftop Track. This is one of Tasmania’s “Great Short Walks”, around 45 minutes, concluding at the rock formations of Tasman Arch and Devil’s Kitchen.
we then drive on to Port Arthur Historic Site. Discover the grim and violent history of the early Australian Penal system and get a sense of the isolation experienced by the convicts in this “inescapable prison”. With around 4 hours here, you have ample time to walk amongst the main penitentiary, see the solitary confinement cells and enjoy a complimentary Harbour Cruise around the Isle of the Dead.
On our return we make a stop at Federation Chocolate with a variety of chocolate flavours to sample. Further along we arrive at historic Richmond Village. Meander the streets, stop for a coffee, and walk across Australia’s oldest bridge still in use – a convict built sand-stone bridge, reported to be haunted!
Finally, before we re-enter Hobart we stop for a fabulous view across Hobart from a local lookout. A picturesque way to return to the city.
From $140 to $150
Maria Island is a stunning island National Park just a short 45 minute boat cruise off the East Coast of Tasmania. It is rich in local wildlife, amazing scenery and world heritage convict history. With no cars on the island, we enjoy a series of short walks exploring the beautiful Painted Cliffs, the dramatic Fossil Cliffs along with the remarkable Darlington World Heritage convict site, old Oast houses and the early settler’s cottages and farmsteads.
The island is a Noah’s ark for wildlife and is home to wallabies, kangaroo’s, rare Cape Barren Geese, wombats and the recently introduced Tasmanian Devil. Swim in the pristine sheltered bays overlooking Mercury Passage or snorkel in the crystal clear waters of the Marine Reserve. Watch out for dolphins, seals and penguins – even the odd whale – on your boat crossing to this island paradise. This island is a world away on your doorstep from Hobart! This is a tour for active travellers who are keen to walk and enjoy this unique island. Join us on this day of discovery rich in environmental and cultural history.