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6 Night Vintage Tour



6 NIGHT VINTAGE TASMANIA EXTENDED MULTI DAY TOUR

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6 Night – 7 Day Vintage Tasmania Tour – 28 January – 3 February 2021

6 Night – 7 Day Vintage Tasmania Tour – 22 April – 28 April 2021

6 Night – 7 Day Vintage Tasmania Tour – 10 June – 16 June 2021

6 Night – 7 Day Vintage Tasmania Tour – 26 Aug – 1 Sep 2021


6 NIGHT VINTAGE TASMANIA EXTENDED MULTI DAY TOUR

Travel safely with your friends and our highly experienced coach captain on our luxurious and modern coaches. This tour is based on 20 passengers travelling together as a group. We are proud to offer special need coach’s that are equipped with wheelchair access for your ease and convenience.


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6 NIGHT VINTAGE TASMANIA EXTENDED MULTI DAY TOUR: Some Highlights


6 NIGHT VINTAGE TASMANIA EXTENDED MULTI DAY TOUR INCLUSIONS

Airport transfers
Accommodation for 10 nights in quality 4 star properties
Breakfast daily
4 lunches
7 dinners
Entry to The Wall In The Wilderness
Gordon River Cruise
Tarkine Wilderness / Edge of the World half day Tour
The Nut return chairlift
Josef Chromy Wines – Go Behind The Label Tour
Port Arthur Historic Site Entry, tour and cruise
National Parks Pass
A complete package including flights can be arranged, call today and secure your space on what will be an unforgettable
touring experience in Tasmania: Australia’s best kept secret.


Booking & Payments Details & Instructions: 6 Night Tasmanian Travel Tour

A complete package including flights can be arranged, call today and secure your space on what will be an unforgettable touring experience in Tasmania: Australia’s best kept secret.

Phone: 6272 2645
Email: [email protected]


Booking & Payments Details & Instructions

To Book or Reserve Your Spot: A non-refundable deposit of 20% is required to secure placement on any Extended Tour.  The balance of the tour is payable 45 days before the date the tour departs (unless stated otherwise in your tour itinerary or destination specific terms for your tour).  If the tour is booked within 45 days of the tour departing, then full payment must be made immediately.  Booking deposits are not refundable and are not transferable to other tours or bookings.  Should full payment not be received within 45 days of your tour departing, we will cancel you from the tour.  Your deposit is not refundable, and you cannot transfer to another tour.

Standard cost for this tour is $3699 PP TWIN / $4899 PP SINGLE.



6 Night Tasmanian Extended Travel Tour | Day 1. Hobart 

Meeting Point Hobart Airport

Upon arrival in Hobart you will be welcomed by your Tasmanian Coach Captain and escorted to your coach. If you are arriving at a different time to the main coach, then please contact us to arrange your transfer. Travel to historical Richmond Village and enjoy some free time wandering around one of Tasmania’s most popular destinations. Walk across the oldest stone span bridge in Australia and your visit won’t be complete without a stop at the famous Richmond Lolly Shop! Richmond was established as an important military staging post and convict station linking Hobart with Port Arthur.

The village is famous for its elegant Georgian architecture and has beautiful heritage buildings dating back as early as the 1820s – which now house galleries, tea shops, craft boutiques and museums. Travel to Rosny Lookout for a panoramic view of Hobart and Mt Wellington. Travel over the Tasman Bridge to Hobart City and tour historic Hobart and its surrounds. Enjoy a Welcome Dinner this evening to meet your touring group.

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6 Night Tasmanian Extended Travel Tour | Day 2. Hobart – Strahan 

Tasmanian 6 Night Extended Multi Day Tour Hobart: Day 2

Travel to the Historic Port Arthur Convict Site and join the 40 minute Introductory Walking Tour to get your bearings, and the 20 minute Harbour cruise. You can also collect an audio iPod Tour from the Visitors Centre and take a self guided walk around the site. Consider joining an optional tour to the Isle of the Dead Cemetery, or the Point Puer Boys’ Prison to add to your experience.

Wander through the site and have a look at the Penitentiary, the Commandant’s house, the Military Precinct, the Hospital, the Separate Prison, the Asylum, Civil Officers’ Row and the Convict Church. Join a Museum House Talk at one of the two furnished museum homes to hear about the lives of the free settlers at Port Arthur. Visit the Port Cafe or the Museum Coffee Shop for lunch and either dine in, or take a picnic out onto the lawns.

Visit the Port Cafe or the Museum Coffee Shop for lunch and either dine in, or take a picnic out onto the lawns. Head to Pirates Bay and view the Blowhole, the Tasman Arch & Devil’s Kitchen – this is an amazing view of part of Tasmania’s coastline. If time permits enyoy a short walk to the Tessellated pavement. Notes

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6 Night Tasmanian Extended Travel Tour | Day 3. Strahan 

Located close to Hobart’s picturesque waterfront, Salamanca Market is one of Australia’s largest and most vibrant outdoor markets. Each Saturday more than 300 stalls pop-up along historic Salamanca Place to showcase arts, crafts, jewellery, fresh food and produce, collectables and homewares. First held in 1972, Tasmania’s most visited attraction has grown from a small collection of informal traders to a beloved iconic market, described by many visitors as the “best market in Australia”. Talk to the artisans and craftspeople who create their products especially for Salamanca Market, there are plenty of free tastings and samples to enjoy and an abundance of Tasmanian-made and designed products.

We will depart Hobart mid-morning and tour through the delightful Derwent Valley. We will visit an amazing part of Tasmania’s history which has been created by talented sculptor Greg Duncan – The Wall in the Wilderness. After leaving Derwent Bridge we will travel through to Wild Rivers National Park. You will be able to enjoy a rainforest boardwalk to the gorgeous Nelson Falls before passing through the copper mining town of Queenstown and arriving in Strahan – which will be our home for the next two nights.

Sculptor Greg Duncan is carving the history of Tasmanian Highlands in the form of a sculpted wall. So far Greg has carved scenes depicting the workers of the Hydro-Electric Scheme and of the forestry industry, along with scenes concerning the environmental plight of the wedge-tail eagle and the extinction of the Thylacine. This is an amazing sight and one you are sure to enjoy.

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6 Night Tasmanian Extended Travel Tour |Day 4. Smithton via Cradle Mountain 

This morning we will wander down to the local pier for a Gordon River Cruise to journey on the incomparable Gordon River and explore Tasmania’s wilderness. Voyage across Macquarie Harbour and feel the power of the Southern Ocean at Hells Gates. Pass fish farms and learn about salmon and trout farming. Glide past ancient rain forests and admire the prefect reflections on theGordon River. The views and scenery will be stunning with wild stands of Huon Pine and Sassafras sheltering many varieties of ferns and wildlife. There is a land excursion to see 2000 year old Huon Pines and another to explore Sarah Island on an interpretive tour.

A gourmet buffet lunch is included. Arrive back in Strahan mid-afternoon for some free time to explore this great little town. A visit to Morrisons Huon Pine Sawmill should not be missed. The mill has been operating for four generations and is steeped in local history. A talk and demonstration is held at approximately 3pm. Meet later to see the longest running play in the southern hemisphere – The Ship that Never Was (own expense – approx $15).

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6 Night Tasmanian Extended Travel Tour Day 5 | Smithton and Stanley 

Depart Strahan and view the scenic Tyndall Range as you travel to Cradle Mountain National Park. Board the shuttle bus to Dove Lake. This lake was formed by glaciation and the unique habitat includes the Tasmanian deciduous beech, tussock grasses, snow gums and pencil pines. See spectacular Cradle Mountain and visit the Walheim Chalet – the forest home of GORDON RIVER CRUISE | FREE TIME | PLAY: THE SHIP THAT NEVER WAS

grasses, snow gums and pencil pines. See spectacular Cradle Mountain and visit the Walheim Chalet – the forest home of pioneer Gustav Weindorfer. There are numerous animals wandering the shores of this lake – including wombats, echidnas and pademelons Enjoy some lunch and then pop in to the Wilderness Gallery. A visit to see some cute Tassie Devils is not to be missed. Devils @ Cradle is a unique Tasmanian conservation sanctuary located at the entrance to the spectacular World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain National Park.

The sanctuary is also home to the closely related Spotted-tail and Eastern quolls. Tasmania’s three largest carnivorous marsupials are all now threatened in one way or another in the wild. Visitors to the sanctuary can view these animals from the comfort of the visitor centre, wander through the sanctuary at their leisure, or join a personalised guided tour which ensures a close up encounter with our animals. We will head to Sheffield – The Town of Murals – and our accommodation tonight will be in Devonport.

The ‘Town of Murals’ maintains over 150 murals throughout the town that depict the stories and history of Sheffield and its residents. You might like to wander along to the museum which features items from every day life such as clothing, household appliances, wall phones and farm equipment from the late 1800s. The first change-giving automatic petrol pump ever to be invented takes pride of place in the Kentish Museum because the inventor came from Sheffield. The intriguing story of how this machine came on to the world stage is one of missed opportunity.

The Goliath Portland Cement Company at Railton started its journey in the 1920’s. Throughout it’s history, the company has produced the highest quality cement available in the world. This cement has been used in both large and small building projects within Australia, including Sydney Harbour Bridge. Historical machinery from the Goliath Portland Cement Company can be found at the Kentish Museum.

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6 Night Tasmanian Extended Travel Tour Day 6 | Smithton – Launceston 

Depart Devonport and travel to Ashgrove Cheese Farm. Try the creamy farm ice-cream, fresh bottled milk, cheese, cream and butter, including gourmet Tasmanian produce, cheese platters, grilled cheese sandwiches and locally roasted coffee made with their award-winning farm milk. Sneak a peek through the viewing window, where you will get a behind the scenes look at how their cheese is made using traditional techniques with modern methods. We will head to the Cataract Gorge in Launceston. Spend some time here and enjoy the cafe, gorgeous gardens, peacocks and ride one of the longest single-span chairlifts in the world (own expense and optional). In the afternoon travel to Beaconsfield and visit the Gold Mine and Heritage Museum. This is a place where you can lose.

In the afternoon travel to Beaconsfield and visit the Gold Mine and Heritage Museum. This is a place where you can lose yourself in history, play with treasures from the past and embark on an historical journey. You’ll be entertained by the interactive displays and live a different story around every corner. The Centre is a collection of experiences that allows you to enjoy and appreciate the history of Beaconsfield and the Tamar Valley. We will then travel to the Country Club which will be our accommodation for the night.

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6 Night Tasmanian Extended Travel Tour Day 7 | Launceston 

We start our day with a visit to the historic Woolmer’s Estate, one of the earliest pioneering families in Tasmania. We will have time to explore both the home and extensive gardens. Next stop is the the Gourmet Sauce & Topiary Garden. This is an extensive topiary garden and nursery. They have complimentary tastings of their locally produced jams, chutneys and sauces. There will be some time here for lunch before travelling to nearby Launceston Airport to begin your journey home.

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