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Tassie's Parks and Nature

Journey north from Hobart to Launceston, witnessing the iconic and unexpected highlights of Tasmania - from its poignant convict history and overwhelming natural beauty to its artisan food and fine wines.

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What's included

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6 nights


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13 Meals

6 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 5 dinners

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On-trip Transport

All transport shown. VIP private door-to-door UK airport transfers included. *This service is excluded from UK-based trips.

The Trafalgar difference

Stays with Stories

Stay at Cradle Mountain Hotel on the edge of the Cradle Mountain Lake St. Clair National Park and experience the breathtaking wilderness (Day 4).

Dive into Culture

Visit the Wall in the Wilderness, where artist Greg Duncan has hand-carved from wood a collection of panels commemorating the area's past and present (Day 3). Explore Sarah Island, which achieved a reputation as one of the harshest penal settlements in the Australian colonies (Day 4).

Local Specialist

For included sightseeing in Cradle Mountain (Day 5) and at Hellyers Road Distillery (Day 6).

Sightseeing highlights

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CITY TOUR in Hobart

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VISIT Salamanca Market, Russell Falls, Wall in the Wilderness, Dove Lake, Hellyers Road Distillery, Ashgrove Farm Cheese Factory, Cataract Gorge

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VIEW Hobart and the Derwent River from Mt. Wellington, wilderness on the Gordon River cruise, Cradle Mountain from Dove Lake

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SEE vineyards stretching across the Tamar Valley, lush rainforest in Mt. Field National Park

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CRUISE on the Gordon River

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