super 7

The best of Tasmania in 7 Super Days

7 days/ 6 nights. Valid from 01/09/2022 to 03/31/2024

Starts: Hobart 7:30 am

Finishes: Hobart 5:30 am

Tasmania offers unspoiled wilderness, exceptional walks and stunningly beautiful beaches. There’s a lot to like, and this trip, which begins and ends in Hobart, does a good job of seeing it all. Explore the East Coast, including the Bay of Fires and the

Freycinet National Park, start your hike at Cradle Mountain, and get a taste of the Wild West.


– Launceston, Cataract Gorge, Bay of Fires, St Helens, Bicheno.

– Freycinet National Park, Wineglass Bay, Cape Tourville, Hobart.

– Bruny Island, Bruny Cape, Adventure Bay, Fluted Cape, local food tastings · Richmond Village, Tasman Peninsula, Tasman National Park.

– Russell Falls, Mt Field National Park, Lake St Clair.

– Henty Dunes, Tarkine Rain Forest, Strahan.

– Cradle Mountain National Park, Sheffield.

– Advanced Eco-Certified Tour.


– Accommodation for 6 nights.

– Guided commentary.

– Guided walks and free walk options.

– Tickets to the National Park.

– Bruny Island ferry fees, local cheese, oyster and honey product tastings.

– Launceston CBD hostel and motel pickup and drop-off.

Additional activity options available (own expense)

Penguin Night Tour, Bicheno.

Cruise on the Gordon River.

Strahan Theater – “The ship that never was”.

Entrance to Port Arthur Historic Site.



Visit the impressive Gorge Falls in Launceston, before leaving the city for the East Coast and its stunning coastal scenery. At the Bay of Fires, you may be tempted to swim (weather permitting) in crystal clear turquoise waters. We’ll take our time exploring the white sands and lichen covered rocks and marvel at the cultural significance of the area. Tonight, once we reach the charming seaside town of Bicheno, you may wish to take the optional Little Penguins Guided Tour (own expense) to watch them walk up the beach from the sea by torchlight.


Night: Bicheno


Freycinet is the jewel of Tasmania’s east coast, and we make sure to maximize your time here. We left early to get to the Wineglass Bay lookout before the crowds (and heat). Adventurous hikers can choose the more challenging climb of Mount Amos, or they can enjoy a more relaxing beach walk. Views of the pink granite Hazards Mountains from Tourville Head, culminating your Freycinet experience, before heading to Hobart via the Great Eastern Drive.


Night: Hobart


Bruny Island is home to the rare Bennett’s White Kangaroo, spectacular scenery, and outstanding local produce like honey, oysters, and cheese. Get ready for some delicious food tasting, incredible site views, and some exciting hiking options to Fluted Cape or a more relaxing coastal walk, with time to explore The Neck, Cape Bruny, and Adventure Bay.


Night: Hobart


First, we will visit the colonial town of Richmond, then to the magnificent Tasman Peninsula. We will enjoy the incredible rugged coastal scenery of the Tasman Peninsula, with the geological features of Pirates Bay Lookout, Waterfall Bay, Tasmania Arch and Devil’s Kitchen. At Remarkable Cave, we will begin a truly beautiful coastal walk to experience the moon-shaped Crescent Bay sand dunes, with stunning views of the ocean. Or, instead of the walk, you may want to visit the World Heritage-listed Port Arthur Historic Site (own expense) to discover Australia’s best-preserved settlement.


Night: Hobart


Our journey through the Western Wilds takes us to the picturesque West Coast port town of Strahan. At Mt Field we will walk among some of the tallest flowering trees in the world and admire the marvelous Russell Falls. Later we’ll stop at Lake St Clair, which is the deepest freshwater lake in Australia, and enjoy some stunning scenery as we pass through Franklin-Gordon NP. Our last stop before Strahan is Queenstown for a glimpse into Tasmania’s mining history.


Night: Straham


First, we’ll take you to discover the natural beauty of the Tarkine Temperate Rainforest, where we’ll hike to Tasmania’s tallest waterfall, Montezuma Falls. On the coast we will explore the wide sand dunes of Henty. Or, today you can choose to join an optional cruise on the magical Gordon River (own expense). Later, we can breathe the freshest air in the world at Ocean Beach. Back in Strahan, our guide can help you search for the unique and shy platypus.


Night: Straham


The alpine and glacial landscapes within Cradle Mountain NP are a hiker’s dream come true. Choose a challenging hike to Marion’s Lookout or enjoy the less strenuous loop around glacier-carved Dove Lake. At Ronny Creek, hopefully we’ll find some friendly wombats! We will admire the colorful murals in the city of Sheffield before ending our tour in Launceston.

How active is this tour?

Hiking in Tasmania is world class, and we’ve selected beautiful walking experiences for our guests (we include many of Tasmania’s 60 Great Short Walks).

Some walks are guided, while others are unguided (free walk)
In many places you can choose between an easier or a more advanced option.
•Essentially, you can make this as active or easy as you like; all tours are optional and range from 20 minutes to 4 hours.

accommodation options

This tour offers lodging options in hostel, motel and comfort more style.

Motel and comfort style accommodations are based on private rooms with private bathrooms.

If you book the Shared or Double accommodation options, a minimum of 2 people is required. We cannot join individual travelers in a shared action option.

Hostel-style accommodation is based on same-sex shared rooms with same-gender bathrooms. Own toiletries and towels are required.

The hostel’s double, twin and single rooms have shared same-sex bathrooms.