Tasmanian Wilderness Self-Drive

Crater Lake

Travelling by road on a self-drive holiday is undoubtedly one of the best ways to explore and our selection of hand-crafted itineraries will take you to some of Tasmania’s most popular locations from Launceston to Hobart and beyond. Each itinerary incorporates car hire, and local experiences, along with a personalised Co-Pilot Kit to assist you along the way.

Your Tasmania Self-Drive Tour Package is priced from only $829* per person, twin share.

Inclusions:

  • 6 nights’ accommodation
  • Breakfast as specified = (B)
  • 6 days car rental with GPS
  • Co-pilot self-drive kit
  • Hotel Accommodation
    • Launceston – Best Western Plus Launceston
    • Cradle Mountain National Park – Cradle Mountain Hotel
    • Strahan – Strahan Village
    • Hobart – Travelodge Hobart

Ask your Anywhere Travel consultant about flights.

 

7 DAYS | LAUNCESTON TO HOBART

Day 1: Launceston

Collect your vehicle and explore Launceston. Only 10 minutes from the city centre is the magnificent Cataract Gorge. Overnight at Launceston.

Day 2: Launceston to Cradle Mountain – 142km

Drive to Deloraine and visit the many galleries and studios. Travel through scenic countryside to Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. Stay the next two nights at Cradle Mountain.

Day 3: Cradle Mountain (B)

Today explore Cradle Mountain. Visit Devils @ Cradle and get up close with Tasmanian devils. Stay for the after dark feeding tour (extra charge).

Hansons Peak

Day 4: Cradle Mountain to Strahan – 138km (B)

Explore more of Cradle Mountain. Take a walk to spectacular Montezuma Falls at Rosebery and visit the mining museum at Zeehan. Continue to harbourside Strahan. Overnight at Strahan Village.

 

Ronny Creek

Day 5: Strahan to Hobart – 298km

Take an optional Gordon River cruise (extra charge). From Strahan the road winds along to Queenstown and on to Derwent Bridge. Continue south and on to Hobart. Overnight at Hobart.

Day 6: Hobart

Explore the Salamanca Markets and the amazing epicurean delights in the many cafes and restaurants promoting the best of local produce. Why not organise a visit to the acclaimed MONA and spend the afternoon exploring one of Australia’s best museums?

Day 7: Hobart

Your journey ends today in Hobart. Why not add-on additional nights to explore Bruny Island’s food and wine scene?

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take off?