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Best of Tasmania Tour 7 day
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The Best of Tasmania 7 Day Hobart to Hobart Tour

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Dorm share or Private
7 days, 6 nights
Bring your own or purchase on tour
Wednesday ( all year), Monday and Saturday ( during summer)
Day 7 at 6pm approx
The 7 Day  Best of Tasmania will get you around Tassie seeing the most popular sights with a awesome tour guide to show you all the hidden secrets of Tasmania!

This is one of the most popular tours around in Tasmania which travels both East and West sides of Tasmania!

You’ll visit all the best spots of Tasmania like Strahan, Russell Falls, Lake St claire, Cradle Mountain, Bruny island, Bicheno Blowhole and Port Arthur! Tours are always in small groups so you get an awesome group of friends out of your trip.

The tours DO NOT include food, this keeps the prices low and lets you eat what you want! The accommodation has kitchen facilities and food can be purchased at supermarkets or restaurants.


  • Awesome experienced tour guide
  • Accommodation
  • national park entrance fees

“These tours are in small groups and don’t include your food to keep the cost down, stops are made at the supermarket so you can buy your groceries and cook at the accommodation, all the guides are cool and show you the best spots in Tasmania!” – Liz – One Stop Adventures Travel Expert

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  • Hobart
  • Tasmanian Devils
  • Port Arthur
  • Freycinet
  • Wineglass Bay
  • Bicheno
  • Bay of Fires
  • Launceston
  • Cradle Mountain
  • Strahan
  • Henty Dunes
  • Bruny Island
  • Lake St Clair
  • Russell Falls
  • 6 nights accommodation (dorm & private rooms available)
  • Every departure is guaranteed - if you book it, you’re going!
  • National park and Port Arthur entry fees
  • Boat cruise, guided walk and free time at Port Arthur
  • Honey, Smoked Salmon & Cheese tastings
  • A young, experienced Tasmanian tour guide
  • All linen, you do not need a sleeping bag
  • Free pickup and dropoff from city locations


The historic village of Richmond leads us onto the dramatic scenery of the Tasman Peninsula with it's plunging cliffs, quirky towns and spectacular views. This is the place where Tasmania's convict heritage intersects with its stunning natural beauty.

The highlight of the day is the opportunity to check out the former prison settlement of Port Arthur. There’s no rush with plenty of time to see the sights on a guided walking tour and harbour cruise. On the return to Hobart we taste delicious Federation Chocolate.

Overnight – Hobart Hostel (all accommodation levels)


Russell Falls, Lake St Clair & Mount Field National Park: An epic day in spectacular World Heritage wilderness with impressive waterfalls, stunning mountain top views and Tasmanian wildlife – in the wild! Lunch at Lake St Clair, take in Tasmania’s hydro heritage at Tarraleah and watch the sunset over Lake Rosebery.

Overnight: Jump House Tullah (dorms and shared bathroom rooms), Tullah Lakeside Lodge (ensuite rooms)


Montezuma Falls, Strahan & Henty Dunes: We are one of the only tour operators that takes you to Montezuma Falls, Tasmania's tallest waterfall. Wander through ancient rainforests, enjoy lunch in beautiful Strahan and then run wild on the giant Henty sand dunes. Best jumping photos ever!

Overnight: Jump House Tullah (dorms and shared bathroom rooms), Tullah Lakeside Lodge (ensuite rooms)


Cradle Mountain, Sheffield, Honey & Salmon Tasting: Cradle Mountain is spectacular - we give you plenty of time to enjoy it. Take it in with a quiet stroll or choose a more challenging hike – the choice is yours. Sheffield, the town of murals, is our lunch stop. Later on we taste honey and sample delicious hot smoked salmon. At the end of the day we visit Launceston's beautiful Cataract Gorge.

Overnight – Launceston Backpackers (dorms and shared bathroom rooms), Batman Fawkner Hotel (ensuite rooms)


Bay of Fires, Cheese Tasting & Bicheno: The Bay of Fires has to be seen to be believed – consistently rated as one of the world's best beaches, it's a place that everyone loves but few have visited. On the way there we'll taste some great local cheese from Pyengana. Later you'll have a chance to try some fantastic Tasmanian oysters. Tonight you can walk to the beach to see little penguins come ashore.

Overnight: Seaview @ Bicheno (dorms), Silversands (double/twins and ensuites)


Wineglass Bay, Freycinet National Park & Kate's Berry Farm: Today you'll have the opportunity to visit a wildlife sanctuary to see the rescued animals, including the Tasmanian Devil (extra cost). After that we visit the Freycinet National Park and famous Wineglass Bay. With hours to explore, you can go up for a dramatic view or down to the gleaming white beach. In the afternoon we drive down the coast, with a stop at famous Kate's Berry Farm.

Overnight: Hobart Hostel (all accommodation levels)


Bruny Island: Just a short ferry ride from the Tasmanian mainland, spectacular Bruny Island is a feast for the senses. We taste delicious Bruny Island Cheese and walk to the Neck Lookout at the centre of the island, with incredible 360 degree views. At Cape Bruny we’ll try to spot Bruny’s famous white wallabies, walk to the lighthouse and watch the surf roll in. At Adventure Bay, choose between an award winning Bruny Island Cruise (extra cost) or the beautiful Fluted Cape walk. Local oysters can be purchased on our drive back to the ferry.

Return to Hobart by 6:30pm

Hobart pickups are:

  • 7:20 Montacute Boutique Bunkhouse
  • 7:30 Pickled Frog Backpackers
  • 7:35 Travelodge Hobart
  • 7:40 St David's Cathedral (opposite Hadley's Hotel)
  • 7:40 Hobart Visitor Information Centre
  • 7:45 Montgomery's YHA
  • 7:45 Brunswick Hotel (Tassie Backpackers)

Departs from:
Depart Wednesday all year, Monday and Saturday (during summer)

What you need to bring: Water, hat, sunscreen, comfortable walking shoes, warm and cool clothing, flashlight, toiletries, rain jacket, camera, towel, insect repellent, and a sense of adventure!

Luggage restrictions: 20 kg max

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