Travel & Accommodation
Map & Itinerary
- 5 nights in premium accommodation
- Services of a Driver and Travelmarvel Tour Director
- Premium air-conditioned coach travel
- 8 meals – 5 breakfasts and 3 dinners, including a special Welcome Dinner
- Enjoy canapes and a Welcome Drink at James Boag’s Brewery
- Visit Bridestowe Lavender Estate and sample the fare
- Explore Freycinet National Park
- Discover convict history at Port Arthur
Map & Itinerary
- Itinerary, hotels and inclusions are subject to change
- Prices include airport transfers, porterage, sightseeing, cruises, tours and entrance fees as specified
- This tour forms part of the 10-Day Grand Tasman - refer tour code TXT10
- Price is for land only. Flights not included
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Enjoy an included special or unique excursion or event
Arrive Launceston, Beaconsfield
Visit the gold mining town of Beaconsfield, and take a guided tour of the Mine and Heritage Centre.
Enjoy canapes and a Welcome Drink at James Boag Brewery.
Welcome to Tasmania. On arrival, you’ll be transferred to your hotel in Launceston. Enjoy a picturesque journey following the curves of the Tamar River on your way to today’s Insider Experiences. Back at your hotel this evening, enjoy a Welcome Dinner.
Stay: Launceston, Hotel Grand ChancellorDaily :
At Bridestowe Lavender Estate, enjoy a guided tour of the distillery and sample the unique lavender-inspired fare.
Drive through northern Tasmania's wine-producing area en route to an Insider Experience. Continue on to the seaside town of Bicheno, where you may like to see the fairy or little penguins (additional expense).
Stay: Beachfront BichenoDaily :
Freycinet National Park, Richmond, Port Arthur
Travel into Freycinet National Park to enjoy a walk with a naturalist guide.
Home to pristine beaches, rugged landscapes and granite peaks, Freycinet is a place of breathtaking natural beauty. Explore the park and take in the stunning surrounds. Continue south to Richmond, home to the historic Richmond Bridge. Built by convicts in the 1820s, it is Australia's oldest bridge. On the way to Port Arthur, see how nature and time have created spectacular rock formations such as the Tessellated Pavement and Tasman Arch.
Stay: Port Arthur Motor InnDaily :
Port Arthur Historic Site, Hobart
Embark on a guided tour of the Port Arthur Historic Site, once Australia’s most notorious convict prison.
At Port Arthur Historic Site, join a cruise around the Isle of the Dead and hear haunting stories about the convicts buried there. Afterwards, see Tasmanian devils up close at the Tasmanian Devil Unzoo. Later, travel to Hobart. This small capital city sure packs a punch with an endless supply of dining, cultural and nature-based experiences on offer.
Stay: Two Nights, RACV Hobart HotelDaily :
Hobart, Salamanca Market
A fantastic array of art, handicrafts, food and oddities awaits you today at the Salamanca Market. Housing over 300 stalls, the market has plenty of goods on offer, from tantalising Tasmanian gin to hand-crafted jewellery. Alternatively, you might like to take a thrilling cruise along the rugged Bruny Island coastline (additional expense).Daily :
Your journey comes to an end after breakfast with a transfer to the airport.Daily :
Everything was wonderful. There were great sight seeing trips and the guides were very knowledgeable.