Tassie Tour (Small Group): Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens + Mount Field National Park
Meet with the driving guide and depart for the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, where the green plants are lush and the flowers are in full bloom. In addition to planting plants from Tasmania and the Australian continent, it also cultivates rare and representative plants and flowers from all over the world. The display and layout of the gardens are creative.
After lunch (at your own expense), proceed to Mount Field National Park. This is one of the oldest nature reserves in Tasmania and enjoys the reputation of a natural oxygen bar. Pass countless hop fields along the way and enjoy the scenic Tasmanian countryside. In the scenic area, walk among the Tall Trees in the temperate rainforest, and watch the famous Russell Falls and Horseshoe Falls.
Tassie Tour (Small Group): Hobart + Richmond
Meet with the driving guide and set off to Mt Wellington, the "first peak in the southern sky", overlooking the whole city. After descending the mountain, we pass by the oldest brewery in Australia, Cascade Brewery. From a distance, it looks like a huge French castle nestled at the foot of the mountain.
Next stop we walk along the waterfront of Hobart to Salamanca Place, a row of sandstone masonry warehouses in the whaling era and a plaza built along the shore, now it is the best place for people to relax and entertain. The Salamanca Market, which opens every Saturday, makes it even more lively.
Following lunch (at your own expense), head to Richmond. As one of the towns with the best preserved British architecture in the 19th century, walking in the town often gives people a sense of time and space: there are many British Georgian-style buildings along the main street of the town, across the Coal River. The Richmond Bridge in the River is the oldest stone bridge in Australia, and there is also the oldest surviving Catholic Church in Australia - St John's Church.
Tassie Tour (Small Group): Port Arthur + Tasman Peninsula
After meeting with the driving guide, head to the Tasman Peninsula and visit the four famous wonders on the way - Tessellated Pavement, Blow Hole, Tasman Arch, and Devil's Kitchen. Come to Port Arthur Visitor Center for lunch(at your own expense).
After lunch, you enter the Port Arthur Prison site (at your own expense). The prison site of Port Arthur is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This is a prison for exiled prisoners in the colonial era, and it is also the largest prison in the southern hemisphere. More than 30 architectural sites and antique buildings are worth stopping to appreciate and taste the history. The itinerary includes a 25-minute harbor cruise, and visitors can have a panoramic view of Port Arthur from the sea. After the trip, return to the hotel, tourists are free at leisure.
Tassie Tour (Small Group): Bruny Island
Meet with the driving guide and depart for Kettering to take the ferry to Bruny Island. Known for its food and wine, Bruny Island offers fresh Pacific oysters at Get Shucked Oyster Farm and premium artisanal cheeses at Bruny Island Cheese Co. Continue on to the middle of Bruny Island.
Bruny's north and south islands are connected by a long and narrow beach. You overlook the north-south line from the viewing platform in The Neck. The sea on one side is turbulent and the other is quiet. Head to Adventure Bay in the afternoon. This is where the white wallabies come and go. On the way to ferry we will also visit Bruny Island Chocolate Co and Bruny Island Honey.
Tassie Tour (Small Group): Launceston +Ross
After meeting with the driving guide, pass through Ross, a quiet town where Hayao Miyazaki's "Kiki's Delivery Service" was originally conceived.
Visit the Ross Bakery, if you are interested, when you can purchase a freshly baked vanilla slice. Another famous attraction in the town is Ross Bridge. This beautiful sandstone bridge built in 1836 is the third oldest bridge in Australia.
After arriving in Launceston, head to the city for lunch (at your own expense). In the afternoon, go to the Cataract Gorge Reserve, and encounter colorful peacocks and cute wallabies during the walk. You can also take the world's longest single-span chairlift (at your own expense) to enjoy the spectacular and unique view of Cardnet Canyon from above.
Tassie Tour (Small Group): Sheffield + Cradle Mountain
Meet with the driving guide and head to Sheffield, the town of murals. The town is located at the foot of Roland Mountain. The town's ATM cash machines, cafes, restaurants, and even the abandoned houses are decorated with murals, which are romantic and dreamy. The whole town is as magical and full of surprises as a three-dimensional picture book!
At lunch we travel to Cradle Mountain, which has ancient rainforests and diverse biomes. It is part of the Tasmanian wilderness world heritage area. The rugged and beautiful peaks and alpine swamps make it a well-deserved hiking destination. Come to Cradle Mountain and take a short hike along Dove Lake.