Take advantage of a 3-day excursion to discover western Tasmania and tour most of the region’s major sites! Transportation, guide and accommodation included!
- Day 1: Mount Field National Park, Russell Falls, Horseshoe Falls, Tall Trees Trail; lake St. Clair, Gordon Wild Rivers National Park
The National Park of Mount Field is the oldest national park in Tasmania. Situated around 1 hour from Hobart, the park is renowned for Russell Falls, a beautiful 3-tiered cascade as well as its giant trees called Tall Trees.
- Day 2: Discover the village of Strahan: activities on-site (not included in the price) or an excursion in the wild, off the beaten trail
Strahan is a typical and scenic village located on the west coast of Tasmania, around 302 kilometers north-west of Hobart. Today, this area is an important tourist site.
- Day 3: Zeehan, Rosebery, Tullah, Dove Lake, the discovery of famous Mount Cradle and wombat observation
On day three, pass by different sites before getting to the star of the day’s visit, Mount Cradle. This mountain is one of the region’s most important tourist attractions. Culminating at 1,545 meters, the mount is regularly climbed by visitors. Dove Lake is located just below the mount and you will also be able to see it during the excursion. To end your day, you will have the chance to see some wombats: Australia’s iconic giant marsupial!
Two nights accommodation in a dormitory, simple or double room including 2 breakfast and 3 lunch meals. You will be picked-up from your hotel in Hobart and dropped-off in Launceston at the end of the trip.