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6 Day Itinerary: Hobart to Hobart in Tasmania Australia

Hobart to Hobart. Discover the hidden jewels of the Apple Isle on a 6-day tour that covers some of the most incredible wilderness areas and historic and scenic sights.


Discover the hidden jewels of the Apple Isle on a 6-day tour that covers some of the most incredible wilderness areas and historic and scenic sights. 

  • Chocolate museum and tasting at the House of Anvers
  • Wine tasting at Pipers Brook
  • Seahorse World
  • Freycinet National Park
  • Port Arthur penal colony
Start from Hobart
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Start: Hobart
Finish: Hobart
Duration: 6 days
Total Distance: 1230 kms

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Day 1: Hobart to Port Arthur
Hobart, Tasmania's capital city stretches along the banks of the Derwent River, bounded on one side by the dramatic Mt Wellington. Take some time to stroll around Arthur Circus, where whalers cottages form a colourful circle around a small park. The convict ruins at nearby Port Arthur offer a unique insight into the history of European settlement in Australia. Between 1837 and 1877 an estimated 12,500 convicts, all multiple offenders, passed through the Port Arthur penal colony. Don't miss the Isle of the Dead Cruise, which departs from the historic site daily. This island was Port Arthur's burial ground during the convict era, and nearly 2,000 bodies are buried there. For a spine chilling experience, join a lantern lit ghost tour around Port Arthur at night. And if that's not frightening enough, go face to face with a real little devil at the nearby Tasmanian Devil Park.

Day 2: Port Arthur to Strahan
Strahan lies on the edge of the unspoiled beauty of Macquarie Harbour, described - with good reason - as 'the last outpost of civilisation'. Nearby, the wild Franklin River offers what's been described as Australia's best outdoor adventure; the full multi-day Franklin descent demands strength, fitness and commitment, while a shorter trip on the lower Franklin gives a wonderful taste of wilderness rafting.

Day 3: Strahan to Devonport via Cradle
Mountain Widely regarded as Australia's best bushwalking destination, the Cradle Mountain; Lake St Clair National Park, is home to glacial lakes, ice-carved crags, alpine shrubbery, waterfalls and tall forests. The jagged dolomite peak of Cradle Mountain dominates the park, but the wild weather of the Tasmanian highlands often shrouds the mountain in cloud. The track to the top of the mountain (1,545 metres above sea level) is an eight-hour return walk, but there are many other shorter, easier walks. If you're going to walk, make sure you advise park rangers of your plans.

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Day 4: Devonport to Launceston
After arriving from Melbourne on Spirit of Tasmania, browse through the galleries and craft shops of the city of Devonport before visiting the House of Anvers, where you can indulge your sweet tooth at the chocolate museum and tastings. On the way to Launceston stop at Seahorse World, home to tens of thousands of delicate, seemingly mythical creatures; sure to delight kids of all ages. Tasmania's second largest city is noted for its exceptionally beautiful nineteenth century buildings and the best way to see them is on the historic coach tram tour through the streets. While in town, don't forget to visit Boag's Brewery; funny name but seriously good ale. The brewery is open to the public on weekdays.

Day 5: Launceston to St Helens
Begin your day with a short walk to Cataract Gorge Reserve, where you can ride the Basin Chairlift to formal gardens and natural forest. On the drive east, drop in to Pipers Brook, rated as one of the best winery tasting rooms in Tasmania. There are many other vineyards in this region worth visiting, and you can easily spend a day sampling wines. St Helens, the largest town on the east coast of Tasmania, is a hub of commercial fishing. Here you can charter a game fishing vessel or visit the dazzling beaches of the Bay of Fires.

Day 6: St Helens to Hobart
A short drive from St Helens is Freycinet National Park. Dominated by jagged pink granite peaks with dramatic cliffs that drop straight into the sea, this park boasts one of the 10 best beaches in the world - Wineglass Bay, a perfect half-moon of gleaming white sand.

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  • Mount Wellington, Hobart - from the top you can see up the Derwent Valley, down to the Southern Ocean and across to Port Arthur
  • Wineglass Bay, Freycinet National Park – one of the world's top ten beaches
  • Nature photos at Cradle Mountain – Lake St Clair National Park and the Franklin River region
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Tasmania mcampers and motorhomes selfdrive specials available nowwww.tasmaniamotorhomes.comt is part of the specialist for selfdrive vehicle hire and rentals and camping and accommodated one day or extended tour and safari broker group of Australia 4 Wheel Drive Rentals and Goholi Pty Ltd group being an experienced respected licensed Travel Agent in Australia (Tel +61 (0) 8 7999 7511). Why come to us and not the supplier direct - We can offer a reasonable discount's off various recommended supplier rates. Simply when we receive a request we recommend the different suppliers of which some you know and some you don't, then we compare the prices, what's included, availabilty limitations, standard or all inclusive quotes and prepare a detailed lenghty quote in a easy to read format detailing all you need to know about the vehicle and how to book. We then book the vehicle with a small deposit to confirm reservation for you and collect full payment of the daily basic rental 45 days prior to travel to fully complete the booking and to save any problems that may arise if you were to try to pay the balance of the daily basic rental at pickup. We then pay the supplier immediatley the following working day so your funds of the required rental monies are in the hands of the supplier. From here you will receive our E-Ticket via email which you confirm back to us then print it and take it to the Britz/CT/Maui/Apollo depot and collect your vehicle on the day of pickup. Terms *All vehicle specifications, contents & layouts are subject to change without notice & may vary due to modifications and/or upgrades. Australia 4 Wheel Drive Rentals cannot be held liable for any such variance.

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