Admire the beauty of Mt Field, Dove Lake, and Cradle Valley. Explore the Franklin-Gordon and Cradle Mountain National Parks and visit Cradle Mountain - one of Tasmania's most well known reserves.
|Vehicle||Mini Bus / Coaster|
|Start||Hobart @ 07.30 am|
|Finish||Launceston @ 5.30 pm|
First we travel to Mount Field National Park, where we stretch our legs on the Russell Falls and Tall Trees walks. We continue on to Lake St Clair for a view of Australia's deepest lake. On our way to Strahan we hike and explore the Franklin Gordon National Park. We spend tonight in our own exclusive accommodation in the historic coastal township of Strahan where your guide will fill you in on the amazing history of 'pining, mining and convicts!'.
This morning we enjoy the intriguing history of Strahan with options to suit everyone! Take a stroll or a bike ride (free) along the foreshore or up the Water Tower Hill for a priceless lookout over Macquarie Harbour and Ocean Beach; walk through a rainforest to Hogarth Falls (if you're quiet and lucky you may even spot a platypus); Later, we take a walk through the Henty Sand Dunes, where you can even take a quad bike tour (at own expense). In the afternoon we visit the historic 'Silver City' of Zeehan. We then continue to our overnight lodge accommodation.
Today we discover the World heritage Cradle Mountain National Park. Enjoy the pure air with a guided walk around lovely Dove Lake, or challenge yourself with a more strenuous hike (unguided) to view Cradle Mountain. We spend this afternoon exploring more of the state's mid north before our arrival in Devonport.
B = Breakfast | L = Lunch | D = Dinner
Travel Insurance is compulsory for all travellers on all tours and details must be presented to tour guide before departure. Please refer to terms and conditions for more details.
2 nights private HOSTEL room with share facilities:
2 nights private MOTEL room with ensuite: