Tasmania Tours

Tour Tasmania with us and experience natural rainforests, unique wildlife and breathtaking landscapes; Tasmania boasts beautiful scenery but the people, food and culture are what make this place feel truly welcoming and make for an amazing tour in Tasmania.

Why Tour Tasmania?

As one of the top-rated destinations by Lonely Planet, Tasmania beckons you to explore its untamed natural paradise covering an area of 68,401 square kilometres.

Tasmania is the 26th largest island in the world with almost 37% of Tasmania protected by reserves, national parks and World Heritage Sites. Home to only 500,000 residents, half of whom live in the great Hobart region.

Tasmania’s environment can only be described as“nature at its best”. The island, located 240 kilometres south of the mainland of Australia, feels like a world away upon arrival.

Our Tasmania Small Group Tours

On board our Tasmania tours, travellers have the option of a wide range of activities on tour such as hiking, swimming, kayaking, a boat cruise and scenic plane flights.

The major sites we visit include:

Cradle Mountain

Nestled within the pristine wilderness of Tasmania, Cradle Mountain stands as an iconic symbol of rugged beauty and untamed nature. This UNESCO World Heritage-listed site is a haven for nature enthusiasts, beckoning them to explore its awe-inspiring landscapes and immerse themselves in the tranquillity of the surrounding wilderness. Cradle Mountain is a testament to the raw, unspoiled beauty that Tasmania is renowned for.

Wineglass Bay

Accessible by a scenic hike through the Freycinet National Park, Wineglass Bay offers an immersive experience for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike. The trek rewards those who make the journey with panoramic views from the Wineglass Bay Lookout, showcasing the stunning contrast between the azure sea and the ivory sands below. The well-maintained trails provide an opportunity to explore the diverse flora and fauna of the region, including unique coastal heathlands and vibrant wildflowers.

Port Arthur

The iconic Port Arthur Historic Site, once a formidable convict settlement, stands as a testament to the nation's convict history. Visitors can wander through the well-preserved ruins, immersing themselves in the stories of hardship, resilience, and reform that unfolded within these walls. The stark contrast between the ancient architecture and the panoramic views of the bay creates a unique atmosphere that is both evocative and picturesque.

Port Arthur's allure extends to the nearby Remarkable Cave, a natural wonder formed by the relentless forces of the Southern Ocean. This sea-carved archway opens up to stunning views of the Tasman Sea, creating a breathtaking backdrop that complements the historical richness of the region.

Whether drawn by history, nature, or a combination of both, Port Arthur Bay invites exploration, offering a captivating blend of convict heritage and coastal beauty that is both enriching and unforgettable.

Bay of Fires

Stretching along the edge of the Tasmanian wilderness, the Bay of Fires is renowned for its idyllic white sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters. The contrast between the vivid orange rocks and the turquoise sea creates a visual spectacle that captivates every visitor. A walk along the shore reveals secluded coves, hidden lagoons, and stretches of coastline where the only footprints are your own, inviting a sense of solitude and connection with nature.

Water activities abound, with opportunities for snorkelling, kayaking, and birdwatching in the clear waters and along the coastal trails. The Bay of Fires captivates the eye and serves as a sanctuary for diverse marine and bird life, creating an immersive experience for those eager to explore the region's ecological richness.

Russell Falls

A well-maintained walking track leads visitors through the ancient temperate rainforest, where towering eucalyptus trees and fern-filled gullies create a serene atmosphere. As you approach Russel Falls, the gentle sounds of cascading water gradually grow, building anticipation for the breathtaking sight that awaits. The three-tiered waterfall, framed by moss-covered rocks and surrounded by verdant vegetation, creates a picturesque scene that transports visitors to a world of natural splendour.

Photographers and nature enthusiasts alike will find Russel Falls to be a captivating subject, offering a myriad of angles to capture the play of light and shadow on the cascading waters. The observation platform provides a perfect vantage point to admire the falls and soak in the serenity of the surroundings.

The Franklin River

The Franklin River is not just an adventure; it's a pilgrimage into the heart of Tasmania's wilderness, offering an unparalleled escape from the ordinary. Whether you are seeking a thrilling expedition or a serene communion with nature, the Franklin River invites you to discover the pristine beauty and timeless allure of one of Australia's most celebrated natural wonders.

We can combine your adventure tours depending on what sights you want to see.

Tasmania Tours with Lost In Australia

Lost In Australia ensures full cultural immersion throughout your journey. Explore the murals depicting early settlers in Sheffield, venture into historic Port Arthur guided by a local historian, and visit Sarah Island for a glimpse into Tasmania's convict history. Indulge in authentic culinary experiences, from whisky distilleries to award-winning cheese institutions and wineries, savouring the best of local Tasmanian produce on every trip.

Using local Tasmanian tour guides, the focus is to teach visitors about the environment and cultural significance of the region, while offering an unforgettable tour experience of Tasmania’s natural beauty.

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  • Vegetarians OK
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