10D8N Highlights of Tasmania Escorted Campervan Tour

PLUS $600 OFF per Couple
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Sale period: By 30 November 2022
Travel period: Dec 09

fr. SGD 4088

Highlights

  • Return economy airfare

  • Farm Tour + BBQ Lunch

  • Animal Night Spotting Tour

  • 4-hour Wineglass Bay cruise

  • Cherry Picking at Sorell Fruit Farm

  • 7 days Campervan Rental with Inclusive Pack

  • 6 nights Holiday Park Powered Site Fee
  • 2 nights Hobart City Hotel Stay
  • Welcome & Farewell Dinner*
  • Escort from Singapore*

*(min 20paxs)

DAY 1: SINGAPORE – HOBART
Depart Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to Hobart.

DAY 2: HOBART
Upon arrival, collect your campervan near the airport and go for a drive to explore the city. You may take a tour at Barilla Bay Oyster Farm before heading up to Mt Wellington for splendid views of the city. Indulge in fresh seafood at Fish Frenzy, Mures Upper Deck or Barilla Bay Restaurant.

DAY 3: HOBART – CURRINGA FARM - TARRALEAH (DRIVE TIMES: 2.5HRS)
Drive along Lyell Highway and stop at Derwent Bridge, you may visit the famous wall in the wilderness. This is a huge wooden sculpture of the history of the Central Highlands of Tasmania. Continue travel to Tarraleah, a special place with stunning views of the Tasmanian Highlands and wilderness, and once the home of hundreds of Hydroelectric pioneers.

DAY 4 TARRALEAH – CRADLE MOUNTAIN (DRIVE TIMES: 3.5HRS)
Drive west to Cradle Mountain, where you may stop at 41 Degrees South Tasmania Salmon and Ginseng Farm and Ashgrove Cheese Farm to learn more about cheese making. You may also visit The Honey Farm to taste local honey such as Tasmania’s famous leatherwood honey. Later, make your way to Trowunna Wildlife Park. In the evening, take an animal spotlight tour to observe native animals and visit Devils@Cradle, a Tasmanian devil sanctuary to join the night feeding tour.

DAY 5 CRADLE MOUNTAIN - TAMAR VALLEY (DRIVE TIMES: 2.5HRS)
Spend the morning exploring one of Tasmania's most beautiful walking tracks: the 6 km Dove Lake Circuit. It's a leisurely stroll, so the toughest part will be trying to peel your eyes away from the craggy Cradle Mountain skyline. Later, head to Tamar Valley, home to some of Tasmania’s best berry farms, orchards and wineries. You can explore attractions such as Seahorse World, Platypus House or Beaconsfield Mine and Heritage Centre, a shopping square reminiscent of those found in Swiss towns. For something more adventurous, join Hollybank Treetops Adventure and zip through the forest canopy.

DAY 6 TAMAR VALLEY – LAUNCESTON – COLES BAY (DRIVE TIME: 2HRS)
Take a small trip to nearby Nabowla where you will discover one of the summer’s most iconic sights at the Bridestowe Estate Lavender Farm. Before continuing the drive to Coles Bay, you can visit Tasmania’s second-largest city, home to charming Georgian architectureand leafy green parks smack bang in the city centre. Enjoy a scenic walk to Cataract Gorge where you can swim and take a ride on Australia’s longest single span chair lift.

DAY 7 COLES BAY
This morning enjoys views of dramatic granite cliffs, sea caves and lovely beaches on a 4-hours cruise with Freycinet Sea Cruises to Wineglass Bay. Later, you may visit Freycinet Marine Farm to taste Tasmania’s best fresh seafood such as Oysters, mussels, scallops, abalone and rock lobster.

DAY 8 COLES BAY - HOBART (DRIVE TIME: 3HRS)
Depart Coles Bay for Richmond and explore some of the oldest structures in Australia, including a convict gaol, a bridge and a Catholic church. Stop by Sorell Fruit Farm and pick fruits in season. Continue your drive to Hobart and return your campervan at the airport. Thisevening, enjoy your farewell dinner.

DAY 9 HOBART
This morning, you may visit Tasmania’s most visited tourist attraction and one of the largest outdoor markets in all of Australia – Salamanca Market. Spend the rest of the day at your leisure.

DAY 10 HOBART - SINGAPORE
This morning, transfer to the airport for your flight home.

NOTE: Prices exclude airport taxes & surcharges. All hotel & seats reservations are subject to availability. Any increase in room rates arising from the events and conventions shall be borne by customers.