Private Tasmanian Indulgence

Hobart, Bruny Island, Shene, Mount Field NP,Hamilton, Bothwell, St. Helens, Bay of Fires, Binalong Bay, Lavender, Launceston


per person twin share
single supplement option available


Thursday 7th October 2021 – Arrival to Hobart

Welcome to Tasmania! Upon arrival make your own way to your accommodation in Hobart where you will find your welcome pack and enjoy the rest of the day exploring the city at your own pace.

Hobart offers a contrasting blend of heritage, scenery and culture, with world class activities and attractions nearby. Nestled amongst the foothills of kunanyi / Mt Wellington, Hobart combines heritage charm with a modern lifestyle in a setting of exceptional beauty. It’s no wonder Lonely Planet has called Hobart one of the top ten spots to visit in the world right now. Hobart is Tasmania’s capital city and the second oldest capital in Australia, after Sydney. Located at the entrance to the Derwent River, its well-preserved surrounding bushland reaches close to the city centre and beaches line the shores of the river and estuary beyond. With its captivating history, picturesque waterways, rugged mountains and gourmet experiences, the city has something for everyone.

Activities/ Inclusions: —
Accommodation: The Old Woolstore Hobart (Studio apartment)
Meals: —

Friday 8th October 2021 – Bruny Island Experience

After breakfast be met by your local guide and travel to the seaside town of Kettering. Bruny Island is a peaceful oasis where time seems to stand still. Only a short ferry ride from the coastal town of Kettering, but it is a world away. Enjoy a day of stunning scenery and indulge in quality local produce, such as freshly shucked oysters, honey and cheeses. Relax at an award-winning winery for a gourmet lunch. Located in the South Bruny National Park at the far end of Adventure Bay is the famous Fluted Cape walk. It offers spectacular views of roaring coastal swell and beautiful bays. The area abounds with local wildlife, including curious White Wallabies.

Activities/ Inclusions: Bruny Island ferry, a range of tastings, National Parks Pass
Accommodation: The Old Woolstore Hobart (Studio apartment)
Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

Saturday 9th October 2021 – Salamanca Markets & MONA

This morning, take a short stroll from your accommodation to the colorful Salamanca Markets and wander along more than 300 stalls offering the freshest Tasmanian produce. Indulge yourself with tastings and lookout for local souvenirs. At lunch time, re-meet your guide at the exit of the Salamanca markets and head over to Brooke Street pier where you board the MONA ROMA ferry towards the MONA museum. A 25-minute ride followed by 99 steps take you to the controversial museum all curated by Tasmania’s David Walsh. Explore the museum together with your guide before you will embark on a Moorilla Vineyard and wine tour to taste their cold climate wines produced on the oldest vineyard in Tasmania.
After the tour, there is more time to explore the museum before the ferry leaves at 5pm and takes you back to Brooke Street pier which is only a 5-minute stroll form your accommodation.

Activities/ Inclusions: MONA ferry, entry to MONA, Moorilla wine and vineyard tour
Accommodation: The Old Woolstore Hobart (Studio apartment)
Meals: Breakfast

Sunday 10th October 2021 – Hobart – Shene Estate & Mount Field National Park

Stay your day with a visit at Shene Estate in Pontville and embark an informative distillery tour including an exclusive Cooperage demonstration. After lunch continue to the oldest NP in Tasmania, Mount Field and explore the Russell Falls as well as crane your neck towards some of the tallest trees in the world. Return to Hobart later this afternoon.

Activities/ Inclusions: Farm tour and sheep shearing demonstration, National Parks Pass
Accommodation: The Old Woolstore Hobart (Studio apartment)
Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

Monday 11th October 2021 – Hobart – Hamilton – Bothwell & St Helens

This morning travel to a working sheep and cropping farm where you will see a sheep shearing demonstration, working dogs rounding up the sheep, and learn about the extensive conservation program on the farm. Then it’s time to sit down for a freshly prepared lunch while you enjoy your surroundings. Followed by travelling into the scenic central highlands of Tasmania and visit the Australasian Golf Museum, which tells the story of how golf evolved from a crude game to now being a truly international game and Australia’s most popular participation sports. Later, visit the Callington Flour Mill (please note, the mill is closed permanently but can still be viewed from the outside). Continue the journey through Ross and visit the former Female factory convict site before we arrive at St Helens. Tonight, enjoy a fresh seafood dinner at a local restaurant. Spend the next 2 evenings in the fishing port of St Helens, located near Binalong Bay and the beautiful beaches of the Bay of Fires.

Activities/ Inclusions: Shene Estate tour and tasting, Ratho Farm Museum,
Accommodation: Scamander Beach Resort, Scamander (Deluxe Twin room)
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Tuesday 12th October 2021 – Bay of Fires, St Helens & Binalong Bay

This morning, stretch your legs on the legendary Bay of Fires Walk and enjoy spectacular views of the sandy white beaches, colorful orange granite boulders and turquoise waters. Next visit the Eureka Farm where delicious jams and relishes are produced. (Please note, due to not being in season, no fresh berries and no classes are on offer, but tastings are still available) growers of fruits and berries. The remainder of the day is at leisure for you to explore more on your own. You may wish to try your hand at fishing, shop for a favorite souvenir, visit the art galleries, or relax and just enjoy this amazing setting.

Activities/ Inclusions: Visit the Bay of Fires conservation area
Accommodation: Scamander Beach Resort, Scamander (Deluxe Twin room)
Meals: —

Wednesday 13th October 2021 – St Helens, Lavender & Launceston

Start the day with a visit to Pyengana Dairy where you’ll join in a cheesemaking discussion and enjoy a tasting of Australia’s heritage farmhouse cheese. If time permits, we visit the mighty St Columba Falls, the highest in Tasmania on a refreshing 30-minute return walk. Next, visit Bridestowe Lavender Estate for a tour and a lunch of local produce (please note, no Lavender fields are visible as they have been harvested – next bloom is in December, however, the farm is open to visit and welcomes guests in their shop and for a walk around. Then travel to Josef Chromy wines. (Please note: Jansz is only operating from Thursday to Sunday these days) and enjoy a single flight wine tasting with their best wines on offer. Your guide then drops you off at your accommodation in Launceston by 4 pm where the guided tour ends.

Activities/ Inclusions: Visit St Columba Falls and Bridestowe Lavender
Meals: Breakfast, morning tea and wine tasting
Accommodation: Grand Chancellor, Launceston

Thursday 14th October 2021 – Launceston

Tour concludes today, enjoy the day to yourself in Launceston. Included is a shared transfer to the airport.
Launceston is Tasmania’s second major city and a vibrant hub for food and wine, culture and nature. In fact, the whole region is packed with city and country charm, gorgeous old towns, excellent food and wine and beautiful scenic highlights.  One of Australia’s oldest cities, Launceston has one of the best-preserved early cityscapes in Australia with its elegant Colonial and Victorian architecture and century-old parks.

Inclusions: Shared transfer to the airport.




The Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel

Modern self-contained accommodation in Hobart, Tasmania. Perfect for couples, families, friends or corporates. We offer all the necessities to make your stay an enjoyable one. Our central location means we are within walking distance to the waterfront and CBD.

Scamander Beach Resort

Scamander Beach Resort is centrally located on the beautiful east coast of Tasmania where the beaches are pristine, the air is clean and the views are breathtaking. We are uniquely positioned overlooking the picturesque Scamander Beach and calm waters of the Scamander River. We welcome you to come and enjoy our beautiful surroundings as you relax during your stay.

Hotel Grand Chancellor Launceston

Enjoy the contemporary style of Hotel Grand Chancellor Launceston whilst relaxing in beautiful rooms and suites overlooking the city. Surrounded by notable attractions like City Park – Launceston’s picturesque public gardens, the Tasmanian Design Centre, the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Princess Theatre, Boag’s Brewery and UTAS Stadium, our Launceston hotel is the perfect choice for exploring the many splendours of Northern Tasmania.

Fine Print

Minimum Numbers:

Minimum 6 passenger for tour to operate

Single Supplement:

$946 single supplement

Cancellation Fees:

31 day to 15 days prior to departure – 25% of tour rate
14 days to 7 days prior to departure – 50% of tour rate
Within 7 days or no show – 100% of tour rate
Valid until 31 March 2023