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Tasmania 5 Day Leisure Tour



Fare Includes:

  • 4 nights accommodation (3.5 Star)
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Airport Transfer
  • Professional Bilingual Tour Guide
  • Coach Transportation & sightseeing
  • All admissions as per attractions in the itinerary


Professional Bilingual Tour Guide*

Minimum 2 pax*
Daily Departures

$789*
(*conditions apply)


   

Day 1 Hobart City/ Mt Wellington / Victoria Dock /Salamanca Square//Richmond / Oyster Farm(taste at own’s expense)/ Cascade Beer Factory (building outlook only)

Our local tour guide will pick up visitors at Hobart airport. We will begin the Hobart city tour, which includes Oyster Farm; Battery Point; Victoria Dock and Mt Wellington. From the summit of Mount Wellington, you are enabled to glimpse amazing panoramic view of the British-styled town of Hobart and lookout spot for the Antarctic. Cascade Beer Factory (building) located at the foot of Mt Wellington with a history of around one hundred years. Then we will visit Richmond, which is a best preserved ancient town in Australia, with historic bridge of the remotest time in Australia, Catholic Church, art work and local product boutique, bakery aged a century, and sandstone buildings which originated from the British George Dynasty and present lively images of ancient times. Accommodation arranged in Hobart.

Day 2 Port Arthur / Tasman Arch / Devil’s Kitchen / Tessellated Pavement/ Blowhole/

We depart from Hobart to explore to the historic site Port Arthur, which is located on Tasmanian Peninsula. It is the best preserved historic site of prison in Australia and known as “the Australian Gulag”. The main spots include the ancient church built by prisoners, powder magazine, cells and guard tower. There is a peculiar museum exhibiting pictures and historical relics, such as prison garb, straps and chains. Enjoy your stops at the four remarkable spectacles on Tasmanian Peninsula, which are Blowhole, Tessellated Pavement, Tasman Ar Arch and Devil’s Kitchen. Accommodation arranged in Hobart.

Day 3 (Tour A) Wineglass Bay / Coles Bay/ Freycinet Peninsula National Park/ Swansea/ KATE Jam Farm(winter close)

Wineglass Bay is located in the east of Tasmania. It was appraised as one of “The Top Ten Beaches” by the American tourist magazine “Outside” in 1999. You can enjoy the Tasmanian eastern coastal scenery throughout the journey. Have your lunch and taste local seafood including lobster and oyster in the French-styled town Swansea. Entering the Freycinet Peninsula, you will have a chance to enjoy the most renowned spots on the Peninsula, including the highest lookout in Tasmania and Coles Bay. As Wineglass Bay lies among mountains, tourists have to ascend a height to appreciate it beauty. There will be a stop at KATE farm to taste its unique jam by own expense.
Accommodation arranged in Hobart or Launceston.

(Tour B) Kettering Harbor / Bruny Island/ Adventure Bay/ Bruny Island Cruise/(Surcharge $150;lunch $26pp)

Depart for Kettering Harbor in the morning to enjoy the dock scene. Take the ferry to Bruny Island. Bruny Island consists of a North and South island which are separated by a narrow isthmus called “The Neck”. Cloudy Bay is the habitat for petrel and other water fowls. Compared with the small amount of population, there are various wild animals living in this spectacular island, including Fairy Penguin. Ascend to the outlook on the hills at Cloudy Bay to appreciate the wonders created by the nature. Pass through the Adventure Bay where Captain Cook landed and get access to the ferry for cruise. Catch the sight of the highest and abruptest cliff in Australia, the amazing and tremendous blowhole and Goddess Peak. Fortunates will encounter dolphins surrounding the ferry, seals lying on the rocks and friendly whales waving towards us. The exciting, breathtaking and high-speed cruise will be your unforgettable memory.
Accommodation arranged in Hobart.

Day 4 Launceston /Ross / Cambell/ Perth/ Beehouse/ Cataract Gorge/ Wine Centre/ Lavender Farm (open only in summer, optional extra $20 )/ Swiss Village/ Tamar Valley

Launceston is the second largest town in Tasmania, as well as the third oldest town in Australia. Taste free honey in the Beehouse. Visit St. John Church, the Lavender Garden (open only in summer), the Fruit Wine Centre and the Cataract Gorge where there is a Chain Bridge built in 1904. Visit Launceston city in the afternoon. Step in the old boutiques alone the streets. Grab your coffee, sit by the French windows and enjoy your peaceful afternoon.
Accommodation arranged in Launceston

Day 5 Cradle Mountain/ Dove Lake/ Sheffield/ Mt Roland/ Cheese Factory

Overlook Mt Roland and the majestic peak and then head to Cradle Mountain. Cradle Mountain is a worldwide renowned cultural reserve located in St Clair National Park. The melt glaciers flew from the surrounding hills to the lower and shaped a lake. It takes nearly three hours walking round the Dove Lake. Enjoy the amazing and picturesque view over the lake. The peaceful surface of Dove Lake reflects the outline of Cradle Mountain. Only can birds singing wake you up from the dreamlike scenery. There will be a stop at the town of wallpainting, Sheffield, to appreciate the artworks from painting artists and Hong Kong pop star. Taste Tassie styled mustard cheese at the Cheese Factory. At the end of the tour, tourists will be sent to Hobart Airport.

Extragreen Tips:
- Please bring warm clothes and umbrellas
- To protect local agriculture and environment, all fruits and vegetables are prohibited to be brought into Tasmania.
- All accommodations and indoors facilities in Tasmania are non-smoking areas. Tourists are not allowed to smoke in the rooms at the hotels, including bathrooms and toilets. Heavy penalty of fines apply.


Condition Apply: *Deposit $200 per person required for booking. Price is based on twin share accommodation with a minimum of 2 people in the group. Surcharge $280/pp for single share.Triple Room refers to room with one queen bed and one single roll away bed. Child $769pp, Groups discount price - $779pp for Group of 6 persons or more. Full payment and optional entrance fee must be collected 2 weeks before specified departure date. Additional 2% surcharge applies to all payment with MasterCard, Visa & Union Pay Card, 3.5% surcharge for Amex and Diners. Prices do not include airfare, meals (lunch and dinner), tips for tour guide and optional tour. Recommended tips $5 per person per day for both driver and tour guide. Cancellation before/ after departure is non-refundable and non-transferable. Postponement of trip and no show will be treated as cancellation. Our company reserves the right to alter itinerary without prior notice. Extragreen accepts no responsibility for any loss or damage to personal belongings or luggage(s) or for any injury or loss of any type whilst on tour. Other conditions apply, please refer to our travel consultants. We highly recommend travel insurance before departure. High season surcharges apply. The above prices are correct at time of printing and subject to change without further notice. *Please refer to our consultants for Terms and Conditions. Issued on: Nov 2011



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