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About Tasmania 6 Day 'Tour In Circle'

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Day 1: Hobart - Port Arthur

Stop At: Constitution Dock, Hobart, Tasmania 7000 Australia
Start the day with a stroll around Constitution Dock area. Take in the See the Mawsons Hut replica museum, the statues immortalising the first ever expedition to the south pole, the replica of our famous convict carrying vessel the May Queen and possibly even a hungry fur seal who has made his way into the dock area for breakfast from one of the many floating seafood restaurants. We will also see the stunning backdrop of Mt wellington behind the city.
Duration: 25 minutes

Pass By: Arthur Circus Park, Runnymeade St, Hobart, Tasmania 7004 Australia
Pass through the famous Salamanca area en route to a scenic drive through one of our oldest suburbs Battery Point. We will trip around Arthur Circus park with its cute, original cottages and learn of its history and Governor George Arthur whom the circle was named after. We will see many heritage listed home and amazing gardens as we wind through the narrow streets.

Pass By: Cascades Female Factory Historic Site, 16 Degraves St South Hobart, Hobart, Tasmania 7004 Australia
A slow drive by as we explain the significance of our largest female correctional facility. Learn of the struggles our early female convicts faced as we view the imposing external perimeter.

Stop At: Cascade Brewery, 131 Cascade Rd, Hobart, Tasmania 7004 Australia
One of the cities most notable and striking buildings we will stop at the Cascade brewery for some great photos and stories of the brewing industry in Tasmania.
Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Mount Wellington, Pinnacle Road, Hobart, Tasmania Australia
Ascend right to the summit of the imposing Mt Wellington 1275m high. Sweeping, panoramic views are in every direction as we take in what is one of the worlds naturally beautiful cities.
Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Tasman Bridge, Tasman Highway, Hobart, Tasmania 2004 Australia
Cross the Tasman Bridge as we head over to the Eastern Shore on our way to the east coast.

Stop At: Puddleduck Vineyard, 992 Richmond Rd, Richmond, Clarence, Tasmania 7025 Australia
Lunch today will be at the Puddleduck vineyard where a platter of gourmet local produce will be served - some of the freshest ingredients in Hobart. Enjoy FREE wine tastings to compliment our meal.
Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes

Stop At: Richmond Bridge, Bridge Street, Richmond, Clarence, Tasmania 2004 Australia
Australia's oldest bridge still currently in use, built by the convicts in 1823. It is certainly the most lovely bridge on the island of Tasmania.
Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Denison Canal, Dunalley, Tasmania Australia
See the Denison Canal built in the very early 1900's as a shortcut for passing merchant & trade vessels en route to Hobart. Another great photo opportunity. Learn about the significance of the Tasman Peninsula in our fight to save the iconic Tasmanian Devil from the spread of a fatal disease.
Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Pirates Bay/Eaglehawk Neck, Southeast Tasmania, Tasmania Australia
An afternoon tea & coffee break is in order at the stunning lookout above Pirates Bay.
Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Tessellated Pavement, 380 Pirates Bay Dr, Eaglehawk Neck, Tasmania 7179 Australia
Walk onto and explore the worlds best example of a tessellated pavement - a series of cracks in the rock forming unusual patterns on the waters edge.
Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: 16/20 Tasmans Arch Rd, Eaglehawk Neck TAS 7179, Australia
We see the 90m high naturally occurring Tasman's Arch and walk over the arch to yet another stunning lookout viewing the coastal cliffs behind. We will explain the formation of these geological features and how they have occurred over millions of years.
Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At: Devils Kitchen, 31 Tasmans Arch Rd, Eaglehawk Neck TAS 7179, Australia
Another stunning lookout on the Tasman Peninsula.
Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Port Arthur Lavender, 6555 Arthur Hwy, Port Arthur TAS 7182, Australia
See the lovely pink, purple & French lavender at the Port Arthur Lavender Farm. They have an amazing gift shop with many lavender products made onsite along with yummy food, coffee & snacks.
Duration: 15 minutes

Meals included:
• Lunch: A gourmet sample platter of local produce will be served including FREE wine tastings of 5 different wines.
Accommodation included: Overnight at on the edge of the UNESCO World Heritage site at Port Arthur Motor Inn on the Tasman Peninsula.

Day 2: Port Arthur - Bicheno

Stop At: Port Arthur Historic Site, Arthur Highway, Port Arthur, Tasmania 7182 Australia
Enjoy a personally guided 3hr tour around this lovely site. We will explore many buildings, learn about the history of Port Arthur and convict transportation to Tasmania, and have many scenic vantage points. Also enjoy a 30 minute harbour cruise to view the site as incoming convicts would have.
Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Federation Artisan Chocolate - Port Arthur, 2 South Street, Taranna, Tasmania 7180 Australia
A popular stop is next up at Federation Chocolates. These chocolates are all hand made on site and naturally samples are available for tasting.
Duration: 15 minutes

Pass By: Maria Island National Park, Tasmania Australia
We will pass by the glorious Maria Island and take in the coastal views from Raspin's Beach in Orford. Learn of the convict settlement here and how the island now has one of the healthiest Devil populations in the state.

Stop At: Spiky Bridge, Tasman Highway A3, Swansea, Tasmania 7190 Australia
This is one of Tasmania's most quirky and unusual bridges with its unexplained rows of spiky rocks. Built by the convicts in the 1840's. Next we will head across the HWY to the hidden little Spiky Beach for our afternoon coffee break with a stunning view of Coles Bay and Freycinet Peninsula.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Bicheno Blowhole, Bicheno, Tasmania Australia
Tonight we go on a fully guided Penguin spotting adventure on the rocks just by the famous Bicheno Blowhole. Watch these little creatures waddle ashore completely in the wild from only meters away.
Duration: 45 minutes

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Lunch
Accommodation included: Overnight at the Beachfront Hotel in Bicheno

Day 3: Bicheno - Launceston

Stop At: Bicheno Blowhole, Bicheno, Tasmania Australia
Start the day with another quick visit to the local Blowhole to see this great coast feature during the daylight. It might be spurting water 25+ feet into the air.
Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: East Coast Natureworld, 18356 Tasman Hwy, Bicheno, Tasmania 7215 Australia
This morning is a fully guided tour of the acclaimed East Coast Nature World. It is an animal sanctuary housing most Tasmania native animals that have either been rescued from the wild or bred onsite. We will witness the entertaining hand feeding of Tasmanian Devils with one of the handlers.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Bay of Fires, Binalong Bay, Break O'Day, Tasmania Australia
After lunch is an exploration of the stunning Bay of Fires with its pure white sand, ice blue water and flaming red & orange rocks that make this stretch of coastline one of the most photogenic areas in Australia. You can dip your feet as we wander along the main beach.
Duration: 35 minutes

Stop At: Lease 65, 444 Binalong Bay Rd, St Helens TAS 7216, Australia
Lease 65 is an Oyster farm just outside St Helens. We will provide a 15min guided tour of the working facility and farming operation before sampling some of the freshest oysters you will ever taste.
Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Pyengana Dairy, St Columba Falls Road, Pyengana, Break O'Day, Tasmania 7216 Australia
Cheese tasting at the multi award winning Pyengana Dairy is next. We will also see and explain in detail the inner workings of the fully automated robotic dairy out back.
Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Blue Tier Forest Reserve, Weldborough, Break O'Day, Tasmania Australia
A scenic drive through this temperate rainforest area with its giant Myrtle trees and Man Ferns.

Stop At: Legerwood Memorial Tree Carvings, Main Road, Legerwood, Tasmania 7263 Australia
Our regular afternoon coffee break at on of the most unique war memorials in Australia. Carved using nothing but chainsaws these trees tell stories of the local men who gave their lives in The Great War.
Duration: 20 minutes

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Lunch
Accommodation included: Best Western Plus Launceston CBD. Only 3 minutes walk from 10+ local restaurants.

Day 4: Launceston - Cradle Mountain

Stop At: Cataract Gorge Reserve, Launceston, Tasmania Australia
Start the day with a stroll through the jewel in Launceston City - Cataract Gorge. We will very likely see wallabies, Pademelons & Peacocks on our scenic circuit walk. For those that prefer a chairlift ride across the gorge is possible for $15.
Duration: 40 minutes

Stop At: Alexandra Suspension Bridge, Cataract Gorge, Launceston, Tasmania Australia
Walk across this very old and charming suspension bridge spanning the South Esk River.
Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Penny Royal Adventures, 1 Bridge Rd, Launceston, Tasmania 7250 Australia
See the lovely stonework of the Penny Royal complex and its beautifully restored windmill out the back.

Stop At: The Town Clock, Cameron St, Launceston, Tasmania 7250 Australia
One of Launceston's most iconic buildings. take a look inside to see great stone work, locally made red bricks, timber carvings and stain glass windows.
Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: City Park, 45-55 Tamar St, Launceston TAS 7250, Australia
Stroll through the lovely City Park. Here we can see the ever entertaining enclosure of Japanese Macaque Monkeys and some colourful flower displays in the John Hart Conservatory.
Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At: 41 South Tasmania (Salmon-Ginseng Farm), 323 Montana Rd, Deloraine/Red Hills TAS 7304, Australia
Today we lunch at the secluded 41 Degree South Salmon farm. Lunch includes alcoholic beverages and some Free samples of the hot smoked salmon, rillettes, ginseng spice mix and leatherwood honey.
Duration: 50 minutes

Stop At: Melita Honey Farm, 39 Sorell St, Chudleigh, Tasmania 7304 Australia
Free samples of over 40 different honey flavours! Great home made products are also available including ice-cream, mead, nougat, lollies and a range of beauty products. A great place to shop for some take home gifts.
Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Mole Creek Caves, 330 Mayberry Rd, Mole Creek, Tasmania 7304 Australia
Also known as Marakoopa Caves. We take a fully guided 1 hour tour through a cave boasting beautiful displays of stalactites, stalagmites, straws, flow stones and many other crystal formations. Suitable for people of all physical abilities this cave also houses Tasmania'a only population of resident Glow Worms! We will warm up post tour with our afternoon coffee and snacks break.
Duration: 1 hour 20 minutes

Stop At: Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park, Tasmania Australia
This evening will will go wild Wombat Spotting! Get up close and personal with these cuddly looking animals as they forage for their nightly dinner on minutes from our lodgings.
Duration: 25 minutes

Meals included:
• Breakfast: Full gourmet, buffet hot breakfast provided at our hotel.
• Lunch: Hot smoked salmaon at the quaint 41 South Salmon & Ginseng Farm.
Accommodation included: An evenings stay at the beautiful, 4-star Cradle Mountain Hotel.

Day 5: Cradle Mountain - Queenstown

Stop At: Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park, Tasmania Australia
Spend the morning exploring the UNESCO World Heritage park at Cradle Mountain. We will visit Dove Lake with stunning views of Cradle Mountain summit. Wadheim Chalet where the first settlers here lived, stroll along the Enchanted Walk with its ancient Myrtle trees and colourful mosses and the Pencil Pine waterfall - an easy circuit walk with many fantastic photo opportunities. This is one of the most charming parks in all Tasmania.
Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Cradle Mountain Wilderness Gallery, 3718 Cradle Mountain Rd, Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park, Tasmania 7310 Australia
Stop in to see some amazing art displays that are regularly changed throughout the year. Visit the Tiger Room which tells the tragic story of our iconic - and sadly extinct - Tasmanian Tiger.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Zeehan Rock Shop, 131A Main Street Silver City Souvenirs, Zeehan, Tasmania 7469 Australia
Handle some of the most well known and striking minerals mined for in Tasmania. Colourful peacock ore, Galena, Stichtite and our state mineral emblem Crocoite.
Duration: 15 minutes

Pass By: West Coast Heritage Centre, Zeehan, 114 Main St, Zeehan, Tasmania 7469 Australia
Learn about the mining heritage in Tasmania as we drive through the once bustling Zeehan.

Stop At: Morrisons Huon Pine Sawmill, The Esplanade, Strahan, Tasmania 7468 Australia
Handle, feel and smell Huon Pine - a tree that can live up to 5000 years. Myrtle, Sassafras, Blackwood and many other timbers are also on site. Learn of the timber trade in Tasmania and how the Huon pine trees are now struggling to recover from extensive logging operations of the early 1900's.
Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Wilderness Woodworks Strahan, 12 Esplanade, Strahan, Tasmania 7468 Australia
See the crown jewel of Tasmanian timber - Huon Pine - in some of the finest finished products available. The store smells amazing with the everlasting aroma of Huon Pine.
Duration: 10 minutes

Meals included:
• Breakfast: Full buffet, gourmet, hot breakfast at the 4-Star rated Cradle Mountain Hotel.
• Lunch
Accommodation included: Overnight at either the Queenstown Motor Lodge or the West Coaster Queenstown.

Day 6: Queenstown - Hobart

Stop At: West Coast Wilderness Railway (Queenstown Station), 1 Driffield St, Queenstown TAS 7467, Australia
Wave off the beautifully restored steam engine from the Queenstown station. We can get close enough to touch the engine and chat with the drivers. The small museum ABT museum shows some great photos and stories of the railway in its prime during the late 1800's.
Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Iron Blow Lookout, Gormanston, Tasmania 7466 Australia
Take in panoramic views of the Mt Lyell open cut mine, Mt Owen, Lake Burbury and west coast wilderness from the cantilever lookout platform at Iron Blow. An amazing photo location.
Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Nelson Falls, Lyell Highway Between Queenstown and Derwent Bridge, Queenstown, Tasmania Australia
Undoubtedly one of the prettiest waterfalls in Tasmania. A short rainforest walk will reveal this delightful waterfall surrounded by prehistoric looking, moss covered Leatherwood trees. This is a soothing experience.
Duration: 35 minutes

Pass By: Frenchmans Cap, Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, Derwent Bridge, Tasmania 7140 Australia
See this very distinctive and striking mountain from our lookout point in the World Heritage Park.

Stop At: Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park, Tasmania Australia
Visit Tasmania's largest, natural freshwater lake at Lake St. Claire. At 17km long this steep side lake is an icon and looks absolutely stunning from the boat ramp jutting out into the crystal clear waters.
Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At: The Wall in the Wilderness, 15352 Lyell Hwy, Derwent Bridge, Tasmania 7140 Australia
A true cultural gem in Tasmania. 'The Wall' art gallery is surly one of the most original & unique displays in Australia. Carved entirely out of Huon Pine this 100m long display tells stories of the early pioneers and the hardships they faced on the island. We will also share a delicious lunch here at their newly construct cafe and garden.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: King William Saddle, Lyell Highway, Derwent Bridge, Tasmania 7140 Australia
A brief photo stop for one final view over the west coast World Heritage area with its stunning mountain scenery.
Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Tarraleah Power Station Lookout, Oldina Drive, Tarraleah, Tasmania Australia
Get a birds eye view of the Tasmanian Hydro infrastructure from the Tarraleah lookout. Learn how this huge engineering feat works and why the project took 25 years to complete. This hydro scheme now provides 90% of Tasmania's power and is clean, renewable energy.
Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Russell Falls, Mount Field National Park, Tasmania Australia
Our most photographed Waterfall, the majestic Russell Falls. Enjoy the easy 15min walk to view the 2 tiered falls from a spacious viewing platform. Our guided walk will help us spot some of the biggest Tree Ferns and Tasmanian Oak trees anywhere on the island. A lovely way to conclude our weeks activities.
Duration: 45 minutes

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Lunch
No accommodation included on this day.
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  • 5x Breakfast
  • 6x Lunch
  • Accommodation included: 5 nights
  • Evening Meal x 1
  • Free Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off
  • All attraction entry fees
  • All National Parks passes and fees
  • Daily afternoon tea/coffee & biscuits stops Free at scenic locations
  • Bottled water provided free on tour
  • 5 Nights accommodation
  • Free wine, chocolate, cheese, oyster and honey tastings.
  • Entry/Admission - Puddleduck Vineyard
  • Entry/Admission - Port Arthur Historic Site
  • Entry/Admission - Bicheno Blowhole
  • Entry/Admission - East Coast Natureworld
  • Entry/Admission - Bay of Fires
  • Entry/Admission - Lease 65
  • Entry/Admission - Mole Creek Caves
  • Entry/Admission - Cradle Mountain
  • Entry/Admission - Cradle Mountain Wilderness Gallery
  • Entry/Admission - Nelson Falls
  • Entry/Admission - Lake St. Clair
  • Entry/Admission - The Wall in the Wilderness
  • Entry/Admission - King William Saddle
  • Entry/Admission - Russell Falls
  • Transport to/from Hobart Airport and Hobart City
  • Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Infant seats available
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers
  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons
  • Proof of COVID-19 vaccination required for travelers
  • COVID-19 vaccination required for guides
  • To ensure plenty of space, passenger comfort and minimise any potential spread of germs on board we never fill our vehicles more than 2/3 full. That is, we are committing to not sell more than 30% of our available seats to ensure guest comfort, cleanliness & safety.
Traveler pickup is offered
Pickup is free from any Hobart CBD accommodations.

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  • X5577PJmichaelj 5
    11 Nov 2021

    My partner and I booked a 6-day Tassie in a Circle tour with Tassie Fun Tours and cannot say enough about how excellent the tour was. From the moment we met Robert (our guide) on Day 1, we could tell this was going to be an outstanding experience. Robert has a relaxed, friendly manner that outs people at ease. He clearly enjoys what he does and his knowledge of Tasmania generally and the attractions we visited in particular was exceptional. The tour was perfect for us and covered so much of the State but in a way that never made us feel rushed or pressured. We sampled outstanding food, visited a winery, a honey factory, architecture i Hobart and Launceston, Glow worm cave, Cataract Gorge, Cradle Mountain - and the list went on and on. Robert took us to see penguins at Bicheno, wombats, echidna and pademelons at Cradle Mountain and just went out of his way to make the tour an enjoyable and interesting experience. I cannot recommend Robert and Tassie Fun Tours highly enough - this is a family company and the attention to detail is first class. As others have said, Robert and Pam know what they are doing and they do it well - thanks for a truly memorable experience!

  • sharontH1802GQ 5
    09 Jun 2021

    Thoroughly enjoyed this tour. Got to see and experience so much more than I could have on my own. Morgan was fantastic and made sure everyone had an enjoyable experience. The bus was comfy with plenty of space. Would definitely recommend this tour as a great way to see Tasmania.

  • willyb218 5
    02 Jun 2021

    Absolutely brilliant tour. We were 4 friends and decided to do the tour with Fun Tassie tours instead of driving ourselves. This was the best decision we could have made, it took all the hassle out of touring while giving us so much more that we could not have found by doing it ourselves. Morgan was the driver and tour guide, his knowledge and enthusiasm was just what you need to keep the tour interesting and fun. He went way above what would normally be done by a guide to make sure everybody got the best experience. We would highly recommend this tour and Fun Tassie tours if you want the best experience on your Tasmanian holiday.

  • hunneybear 5
    30 May 2021

    What a great way to see Tassie. From booking our trip with Pam and Robert, we were made to feel like old friends, rather than another group of tourists. Nothing was too much trouble. Our fellow travellers were a great group of people from all over Australia . Attention to detail, a diverse itinerary, every day was different. Robert’s wealth of knowledge and passion for Tassie was infectious. From Hobart’s Mt Wellington surveying the views of Hobart and beyond, meeting the native animals , tasting local produce and wines, exploring the rugged and beautiful coast, night time excursions to see the fairy penguins at Bicheno and wombats at Cradle Mountain was great. Spectacular waterfalls along the way, leaving the spectacular Russell Falls til last before returning to Hobart. Inclement weather, and snow did not deter our enthusiasm and at times enhanced the experience in this beautiful part of Australia This was our second visit to Tasmania, and we would return in a heartbeat.

  • CHRIS F 5
    19 May 2021

    The whole trip was wonderful. Our superb guide, host & driver Carl was fabulous. He made every day very special and being such a small tour group he was able to target our particular interests. Even though it was a lot of driving the days were broken up with ample stops and lots of fun things to experience. The hotel accommodation was all good and we had some fabulous lunches on the tour. I Highly recommend this tour for a good overview of Tassie so that you can plan to return and spend more time in the places you really loved..

  • KylieF167 5
    16 May 2021

    My mum and I throughly enjoyed this six day tour. Robert is a knowledgeable and kind tour guide who has many years experience. He has put together a great itinerary which manages to include some of the local gems that the larger companies seem to miss such as the Wall. So much to see and do on this trip - accomodation in major towns is good and the best that smaller towns offer. All the supplied meals were generous and tasty. Highly recommend this tour - Thank you Robert and Pam.

  • rogerbH5442YF 5
    09 May 2021

    The best experience for a first time visitor to Tasmania. We could not fault the tour, itinerary and time management of the trip. Our guide/driver Morgan's devotion to present a comprehensive experience with his ability to showcase the history, natural beauty, attraction and local produce of Tasmania is impeccable. Very encouraging in terms domestic tourism and providers in the industry at this difficult times of the pandemic.

  • Cosmopolitan160323 5
    13 Apr 2021

    Morgan and Robert were excellent guides, very kind and considerate. Their knowledge on everything in Tasmania was amazing and interesting. Tasmania is a pretty island and we visited many of the attractions, including Port Arthur, National Parks with the beautiful water falls and flora and fauna, we had many tastings of the local produced products - cheeses, oysters, chocolate, ice-cream, honey and wine and whiskey. The beautiful weather provided candid shots of Cradle Mountain. An extensive tour in the 6 days was most enjoyable and recommended for all age groups

  • Peggy B 5
    31 Mar 2021

    We had a fabulous 6-day circle tour of Tasmania. Our guide/driver Morgan knows his state's history, flora and fauna, and important landmarks, plus lots of interesting anecdotes. Even though it wasn't one of the company's gourmet trips, we ate some wonderful meals. We had one and a half rainy days, but that didn't keep us from enjoying all aspects of the tour, we just got a little damp. Would do this trip again in a heartbeat. I believe they do customised trip and I'd recommend it for families too. Many thanks for a wonderful experience.

  • carolsA1114KI 5
    16 Mar 2021

    Wow what can I say.. I thoroughly enjoyed this boutique tour. I was blown away by the beauty and magesty of Tasmania. The tour was amazing along with our tour guide Morgan. He is very passionate about Tasmania and this was evident throughout the tour. Morgan could not have done any more to make this the best trip ever. I recommend this tour to anyone who wants to see the real Tasmania whether traveling alone or with family. I definitely will be going back.


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