From (AUD)$7,395
Defined by its rugged landscape and breathtaking natural beauty, Tasmania is truly a feast for the senses. From the vibrant Salamanca Market through to stunning Freycinet National Park and Cradle Mountain, we’ll discover the state’s checkered history, explore dense rainforests and deep gorges, take in iconic vistas and sample sumptuous fresh produce.
Group Size — Min 13, Max 20
Transport — We travel on full size coaches with plenty of space to spread out
No Hidden Extras

Explore Freycinet National Park, home to postcard worthy views of the sweeping Wineglass Bay. We’ll also get to experience the Park from a different perspective as we cruise along the coastline. 

Photo Credit: Jason Charles Hill

Visit UNESCO World Heritage-listed Port Arthur, where you’ll discover the history of Australia’s confronting colonial past and be amazed by the surprisingly beautiful surrounds.

Photo Credit: Alistair Brett

Cruise through Cataract Gorge, located just 2 minutes from the heart of Launceston, navigating past cliffs and cascades while learning about the fascinating history of the area.

Photo Credit: Tourism Tasmania & Rob Burnett

Stay within the iconic Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, home to towering mountains, deep lakes and unique wildlife.

Photo Credit: James Burke

Special Experiences

Spend the day taking in the beautiful sights of Freycinet National Park and the surrounding area on a cruise.
See the highlights of Tasmania’s northeast coast, travelling through the Tarkine region and enjoy views of The Nut in Stanley.
Experience the Rack and Gorge railway, a famous steam train journey through the rainforest of Tasmania’s west coast, through to the incredible King River Gorge.

Itinerary Tasmania in Depth



Inclusions Tasmania in Depth



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  • Small Group of maximum 20 people
  • Travel to beautiful Russell Falls in Mt Field National Park
  • Explore the Salamanca Markets
  • Stop at the Tasman Arch and Tessellated Pavement rock formations
  • Take in the history of Port Arthur
  • Walk amongst the forest canopy on the Tahune AirWalk
  • Visit a wooden boat workshop in Franklin
  • See Hobart from the top of Mt Wellington
  • Visit the quirky Mona museum
  • Stop in the historical township of Richmond
  • Visit the Richmond Gaol
  • Enjoy a Wineglass Bay cruise in Freycinet National Park
  • Walk the upper Wineglass Bay Lookout Trail for views of the perfectly curved bay
  • Visit St Helens, home to the Bay of Fires
  • Enjoy a cheese tasting in Pyengana
  • See the Carved WWI Memorial Trees in Legerwood
  • Cruise through Launceston’s Cataract Gorge
  • Enjoy a birds eye view of Cataract Gorge during a chairlift ride
  • Visit one of Launceston’s wineries
  • Tour a salmon and ginseng farm, sampling some of its delicious produce
  • Stop at a local honey farm to taste an assortment of honey & nougat
  • Visit Sheffield, the ‘Town of Murals’
  • Travel through the Tarkine Rainforest, stopping at Sumac Lookout
  • Visit the ‘Edge of the World’ lookout
  • Visit Stanley, home to The Nut
  • Venture to the top of The Nut by chairlift or hike
  • Stop at Dip Falls
  • Meet the resident animals at the Devils @ Cradle wildlife sanctuary
  • Explore Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park
  • Visit Dove Lake and the Waldheim Chalet
  • Stop in the small mining community of Rosebery
  • Visit the West Coast Heritage Centre in Zeehan
  • Cruise along the Gordon River and Macquarie Harbour, including a delicious lunch
  • Enjoy walking tours of Heritage Landing and Sarah Island with local guides
  • Travel along the Rack & Gorge Railway, savouring morning tea and lunch onboard
  • Pan for gold at Lynchford Station, traverse over the King River Gorge and take a short walk into the rainforest at Dubbil Barril


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  • All touring in full sized 46-seater air-conditioned coach (max group size 20)
  • National Parks Pass


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  • 13 nights in 3-4 star hotels

Properties include:

  • Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel, Hobart
  • Beachfront Bicheno, Bicheno
  • Best Western Plus, Launceston
  • Tall Timbers Hotel, Smithton
  • Cradle Mountain Hotel, Cradle Mountain
  • Strahan Village Hotel, Strahan

Hotels listed are an indication and are subject to change without notice.


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  • 13 breakfasts, 3 lunches and 7 dinners, including group welcome and farewell dinners

Tour Guides

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  • Escorted by a Bunnik Tours representative
  • English-speaking driver guide

Some things to note

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  • Traveller safety is our highest priority. Bunnik Tours’ has therefore adopted the covid safe travel protocols released by the Council of Australian Tour Operators (CATO) and the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) to ensure a high level of hygiene and safety on our tours.  Bunnik Tours has always practiced social distancing through our policy of using full sized coaches for small groups.

  • We don’t want you to miss out on any aspect of your small group tour. To ensure that you don’t, we recommend you arrive in Hobart in the morning (or even the day before) in order to take part in the first day’s activities.

Information Tasmania in Depth


Let's Talk Fitness

At Bunnik Tours, we pride ourselves on our ability to create unique, once in a lifetime small group tours that are filled with incredible experiences you might not be able to have on your own, or in a larger group. However, that does mean aspects of our itineraries can be challenging for some travellers.

We want to make sure all Bunnik Tours travellers enjoy their trip, not struggle through it, so let’s work together to ensure you’re on the right tour for your fitness level.

Fitness to Travel Requirements

Within seven days of making your booking, you will need to complete a Passenger Registration form, which also includes a fitness to travel declaration.

In this declaration, you must confirm you’re able to do the following:

  • Walk for a minimum of 2-3 hours daily at a group pace, on uneven surfaces without the use of any walking aid
  • Regularly walk up multiple flights of stairs and short, steep hills
  • Stand for extended periods of time without needing to sit down
  • Carry your own luggage
  • Get on and off various modes of transport without assistance, including small boats
  • Drive along very bumpy, dirt and gravel roads for extended period of time

If you do not feel that you can confidently manage all of the requirements set out above, please work with our team of Travel Specialists to find an alternative that is better suited to your current level of fitness.

Please visit our Fitness to Travel page for full details on our fitness policy.


 In the itinerary, this symbol indicates a particularly challenging day, where there will be extended periods of walking time, often across uneven ground and in areas of high altitude or heat and humidity.

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Dates & Prices Tasmania in Depth

Dates & Prices
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*Prices are in AUD, per person twin share.

*Prices are in AUD, per person twin share.

Start Date End Date Tour Price
Per person
twin share
01 Nov 24
14 Nov 24
Guaranteed Departure
07 Feb 25
20 Feb 25
07 Mar 25
20 Mar 25
04 Apr 25
17 Apr 25

Additional Information

Booking Deposit
$500 per person
Single Supplement
From $2,125
Visa Information

You may need to obtain visas for this tour. Please check with your travel agent for further details. For Australian passport holders you may wish to visit our Passports and Visas page here for indicative information on what may be required.

Terms & Conditions

All prices shown are per person based on twin share. Prices and itineraries correct at current time but are subject to change. Please call for more details. View our full terms & conditions here.

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