Tasmania Hobart Launceston 2021
Tasmania June 2021
Fully inclusive of return air travel, all main meals, sightseeing entries, accommodation, full care & assistance
Launceston. Visit Seahorse World the only one of its kind in the world. Platypus House has a cute collection of these charmers, as well as frogs & Lizards. Cruise down the Tamar River. Take a Cable Car Ride; visit Cataract Gorge. Sightseeing Launceston and dining out restaurants.
After our 3-day visit to Launceston, we then travel 2 1/2 hours to Hobart & Port Arthur where we spend the next days before returning home.
Hobart is Tasmania’s harbour capital, located in the southeast of the state at the foot of majestic Mount Wellington. It is also home to Salamanca Place where we go to the Markets for a great souvenir, shopping, fabulous food & a festival-type vibe beside 19th-century waterfront warehouses dating back to the 1830s whaling days. Today, they house cafes, restaurants, galleries, and art studios, the ideal place for us to wander & enjoy lunch. Sightseeing Hobart & dining out at restaurants.
See Hobart’s top sights on a city tour by coach tram, a historical Hobart tram that has been converted into a motorized coach. On either a morning or afternoon tour (select when booking), discover attractions like Sullivan’s Cove, St. David’s Cathedral, the Queens Domain, and Cascade Gardens. Admire the historic homes and pubs of Battery Point and view Georgian warehouses that have been turned into restaurants and galleries at Salamanca Place. Board a historic coach tram as you explore the best of Hobart Includes live onboard commentary See over 30 attractions including Penitentiary Chapel, Queens Domain, and Battery Point Plenty of photo opportunities.
Port Arthur is a village and historic site in southern Tasmania, Australia. Sitting on the Tasman Peninsula, it was a 19th-century penal settlement and is now an open-air museum. Ruins include the huge penitentiary and the remaining shell of the Convict Church, which was built by inmates. Solitary confinement cells in the Separate Prison building were used to inflict mental punishment in place of floggings. There are several different tours for us to choose from.