7-day Luxury Tasmanian Landscape Adventure
Let us excite all of your senses on this spectacular tour. Unbelievable scenery, gorgeous fresh produce, exquisite wines, the 7 Day Luxury Landscape Adventure will not disappoint.
Visiting Tasmania’s north, northwest, south, and east, this package is for the real tour buff. A spectacular wine, fine dining, superb accommodation, unbelievable views, and perfect company, this tour is sure to impress. Gather your friends and/or family and enjoy this together.
Two package options available:
- 6 x Hot breakfasts
- 3 x 3-Course dinners
- 1 x 2-Course dinners
- 1 x Main course dinners
- 1 x Chinese banquet
- 6 nights of premium twin share accommodation
- Premium wine tastings
- 1 x Mona ticket
- 1 x Port Arthur ticket
- 1 x Eco tour ticket
Book with flexibility
Enjoy the 7-day Luxury Landscape Adventure on our magnificent Island. Today will focus on Launceston and surrounds.
Destination one will be the magnificent Cataract Gorge. Only minutes from the CBD, the Cataract Gorge is a destination like no other. The bushland, cliffs, and ice-cold South Esk River feel a million miles from town. At the First Basin there are many enjoyable activities including a chairlift, swimming pool, cafe, and restaurant. Peacocks wander throughout the gorgeous landscape as time seems to stand still. This place is a delight!
We then head on a luxury journey to the picturesque Tamar Valley wine region. Sampling the finest wines and enjoying lunch.
Following the final winery tour, you will make the short 40-minute journey to the center of Launceston for your stay in one of the apartments at The Sebel. This boutique accommodation offers spacious rooms with balconies where you can enjoy a complimentary welcome bottle of the House of Arras, a premium Tasmanian sparkling wine. Once you have settled in, a three-course evening meal will be served at Bluestone Bar & Kitchen. This award-winning restaurant was voted Accor Pacific’s Franchise Restaurant of the Year in 2019 and proudly offers a true paddock-to-plate experience in addition to a wide range of Tasmania’s finest wines, whiskeys, and gins.
Destination, the North West. A relaxing day is in today’s forecast. A visit to some of Tassie’s finest produce will feature, starting at the Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm, followed by Ashgrove Cheese Farm.
Today’s lunch will be at The Food & Wine Conservatory. What was once a greenhouse is now this unique and picturesque location. Decked out with golden timber floors, streams of natural light, ceilings fans and cane furniture help create a beautifully designed eatery. Precision and care go into the use of the ingredients used to shape the inviting menu, with the supplies sourced from local producers and is 100% Tasmanian owned and operated. Seasonality plays a driving factor for what appears on the modern and fresh menu.
Anvers Chocolate Factory will be our afternoon tea option today. When you visit the House of Anvers you can see our qualified confectionery staff tempering, molding and enrobing fine couverture chocolates, truffles, pralines, fudges, and more. A tantalizing taste sensation.
The evening meal and accommodating will be subject to the best available upon booking. Some glorious locations with stunning scenery can be found on the North-West of Tasmania!
Cradle Mountain. This iconic Tasmanian landmark is today’s main attraction.
The vegetation is rich and diverse and provides a perfect habitat for wildlife, including Tasmanian devils, quolls, platypus, echidna, and several bird species. Cradle Mountain is certainly a feast for the senses and a perfect opportunity to collect spectacular photos!
Today we will stop at the Cradle Mountain Lodge for a beautiful lunch, before enjoying the scenic surroundings of the natural habitat that engulfs this gorgeous location.
The great news is that we will be also staying at the Cradle Mountain Lodge. Guest cabins are dotted throughout the surrounding wilderness amongst tree-lined ranges and overlook grassy folds. Wallabies and wombats pause between mouthfuls of button grass and possums watch with mischievous interest as they criss-cross the timber boardwalks …… these are some of the magical sights that await as you make your way along the well-lit trails and boardwalks that surround the Lodge.
A spectacular meal to finish the day will leave life long memories!
Heading Southbound on today’s adventure. After breakfast, we are off to Hobart and in particular the world-renowned MONA (Museum of Old and New Art). Mona is Australia’s largest private museum and one of the most controversial private collections of modern art and antiquities in the world.
Described by its owner as a “subversive adult Disneyland”, the collection includes everything from ancient Egyptian mummies to some of the world’s most infamous and thought-provoking contemporary art.
With around 300 artworks on display, the collection takes up three floors within a subterranean architectural masterpiece and is guaranteed to impress.
MONA is a destination that can’t be rushed. To take in every aspect of this museum is vital as there are hidden secrets throughout.
After a long day of traveling and sightseeing, we will make our way to Hobart’s Wrest Point Casino. With luxury accommodation and 5 restaurants to choose from, we will make sure you have a spectacular evening.
From Hobart, we head further south to Port Arthur, passing through Eaglehawk Neck to a worldwide attraction.
The spectacular Port Arthur Penal Settlement is now a lovely—and quite large—historical park with a fascinating convict past central to Tasmania’s history. Be prepared to do some walking between widely scattered sites. Begin at the excellent visitor center, which introduces you to the experience by “sentencing, transporting, and assigning” you before you set foot in the colony. Most of the original buildings were damaged by bushfires in 1895 and 1897, shortly after the settlement was abandoned, but you can still see the beautiful church, round guardhouse, commandant’s residence, model prison, hospital, and government cottages.
Like MONA, Port Arthur should not be rushed. Fantastic lunch options inside this complex allow you to take time and relax throughout the day.
A beautiful meal and accommodation at the Lufra Hotel and Apartments. Lufra Hotel is a coastal getaway, 20 minutes’ drive from Port Arthur. An evening meal at the Pavement offers a gorgeous formal dining experience.
Accommodation at the Lufra Hotel will also excite. Some believe it has the best coastal view in the world!
Bay of Fires here we come!
The slice of coastal heaven that is the Bay of Fires stretches over 50 kilometers from Binalong Bay in the south to Eddystone Point in the north. This gorgeous part of Tasmania’s east coast has been named by Lonely Planet as the hottest travel destination in the world and is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful places in Australia. Walk for miles along sugar-white sandy beaches, swim in the impossibly clear ocean, and feel like you’re the only person to have ever set foot here.
Dinner to follow at Lichen Restaurant in Binalong Bay. The menu is simple and designed to complement the amazing views on display at the Bay Of Fires. Offering the best fresh food Tasmania can provide, naturally complemented with Tasmania’s Island’s cooler climate wines, Lichen Restaurant is a fantastic all-round dining option.
St Helens offers several tremendous accommodation options and we will make sure that our final night together, is one of great friends, laughs, and comfort.
It’s our final day together and what better way to finish off our trip than the Bay of Fires Eco Tour!! Our adventure takes us to the Northernmost point of Bay of Fires, covering 28kms of pristine coastline. Some highlights will be, taking in all the natural beauty this tour has to offer, along with at different times of year viewing a diverse range of sea life, including Humpback and Southern Right Whales, Dolphins, Fur Seals, Pelicans, Albatross, Pacific Gulls, Shearwaters and Sea Eagles. A perfect way to finish off this incredible adventure, before heading back to Launceston, arriving at approximately 5 pm.