10D Highlights of Tasmania

Hobart – Coles Bay – Tamar Valley – Cradle Mountain – Strahan – Tarraleah – Hobart

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3D Tasmania Glamping Experience

Glampers are invited to come and enjoy a stay at these beautiful luxury safari tents in Tasmania. There are few tents available and each tent is fitted with European wood fires to keep guests cozy and warm at night. The queen-size beds are dressed with fine Egyptian linen, and there are antique steamer trunks and Persian style carpets to create a luxurious atmosphere.

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8D Highlights of Tasmania

Stand on Hobart’s docks and watch Tasmania’s capital city come to life. Unlike the usual boat watching that regular waterfronts have to offer, Hobart’s line of restaurants, an exciting weekly market, hotels and museums await exploration. When you wander the waterfront, you’ll find a fascinating snapshot of Hobart and its connection to the sea among the fishing boats, yachts, polar research vessels and floating ‘fish punts’ – flat-bottomed boats – that fill the docks.

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6D Tasmanian Seafood Seduction Holidays

Uncover Hobart’s food, wine, and eclectic creativity at the galleries, bars and restaurants of MONA. Relax, eat and visit the weekend markets at the convict-built harbour and sandstone Salamanca Place. Visit Hobart’s oldest suburb of Battery Point, climb Mount Wellington, and join celebrations for the Taste Tasmania festival and Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race. Hobart offers access to Richmond, Kettering, Bruny Island, Wineglass Bay and Tasmania’s national parks.

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Tasmanian Food and Nature Trail

Highlights

  • iVenture Card Australia Tasmania Flexi Attractions Pass with 5 attractions
  • 4-hour Wineglass Bay cruise

Includes

  • Return economy airfare
  • 2 nights accommodation in Hobart
  • 2 nights accommodation in Swansea
  • 2 nights accommodation in Launceston
  • 6 days Hertz car rental (1.8-litre) with NeverLost GPS

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Tasmanian Wilderness and West Coast

Highlights

  • iVenture Card Australia Tasmania Flexi Attraction Pass with 5 attractions
  • [email protected] animal spotlight and night feeding tour

Includes

  • Return economy airfare
  • 1 night accommodation in Launceston
  • 1 night accommodation in Cradle Mountain
  • 1 night accommodation in Strahan
  • 1 night farm stay at Curringa Farm or similar
  • 2 nights accommodation in Hobart
  • 6 days Hertz car rental (1.8-litre) with NeverLost GPS

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Must-Do Weekend Markets Down Under with Great Vibes (and Coffee!)

Weekends are best spent with a flat white in hand, wandering through weekend markets in Australia.

Say what you like but there is absolutely nothing like spending your weekends with a flat white in hand while winding your way around a weekend market in one of Australias vibrant neighbourhoods. Not only is it the  perfect  antidote  to  a  big  night  out  but  it  is  also  a  great place  to  score  a  bargain,  pick  up  a  one-of-a-kind  trinket  and  taste  fresh  pickings  from  a farmers garden.

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Backpacker Essentials

Before hitting Australia’s shores, get some backpacker basics – from the best budget accommodation and WiFi options to eating like a local and staying up late. Follow our advice to get the most out of your Australian adventure.

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Best things to see and do on your Australian Bucket List

Australia offers a mouthwatering array of must-do items, with coastal or marine experiences at the top of the list. From destination dining to diving in pristine marine parks, no matter what your particular passion, there’s an outstanding Australian experience to match it. From indulging on islands to getting out of your comfort zone in the sea, here are ten exhilarating ideas dotted along Australia’s coastline to help you get inspired.

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5 Reasons why Tasmania is the Ultimate Wanderlust Destination

From sparkling sapphire bays to fossil-rich limestone, Tasmania is brimming with natural wonders sure to take your breath away.

Not forgetting the Aurora Australis – the Southern Lights, and this phenomenal can be seen in Tasmania itself. Theoretically, winter months are best for trying your luck to catch the Aurora Australis and even better in September. You will need to find a place where there is a minimal light pollution with clear open spaces for the best spot for viewing. And don’t forget the lights are a natural phenomenon so catching a glimpse of the lights requires good weather and a bit of luck as well.

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