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12 Night Tasmania Family Getaway – Self-Drive

12 Night Tasmania Family Getaway – Self-Drive

From $4140 / per room
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Tasmania is capturing imaginations around the world as it continues to enhance its reputation as a truly diverse, must-see destination. A Tasmanian self drive holiday is regarded as one of the best ways to see and experience the island with good roads, light traffic and short travelling distances between major towns and cities.

 

This carefully selected Tasmanian self-drive itinerary includes attractions and tours that will keep the whole family smiling, plus accommodation in a range of self-catering style properties which will keep costs within budget.

 

Your 12 Night Tasmania Family Escape Includes:

  • 2 Nights Graham Apartments – Hobart
  • 2 Nights Big4 Strahan Holiday Retreat – Strahan
  • 1 Night Lemonthyme Wilderness Retreat – Cradle Valley
  • 2 Nights Tall Timbers Tasmania – Smithton
  • 2 Nights Country Club Villas – Launceston
  • 2 Nights Scamander Sanctuary – Scamander
  • 1 Night Lufra Hotel & Apartments – Eaglehawk Neck (near Port Arthur)
  • Seahorse World – Family Pass
  • Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary
  • The Ship That Never Was – Australia’s Longest Running Play
  • 12 Days All-Inclusive Medium SUV Automatic Car Hire with Drive Car Hire
  • National Parks Pass – Allowing Entry Into Statewide Parks

 

Seasonal Pricing:
1 May 2021 – 31 August 2021: From $4140
1 September 2021 – 21 December 2021: From $4385
22 December 2021 – 31 March 2021: From $5511

 

This is a great value touring holiday designed for a family of four but can of course be tailored to suit groups of any size.

  • Book By
    31/08/2021
  • Destination
    TAS
  • Departure Date
    1 March 2021 - 31 March 2022
  • Included
    Car Hire
  • Not Included
    5 Star Accommodation
    Airport Transfer
    Airport Transfers
    All Beverages
    All Meals Included
    Bottle of Wine
    Breakfast
    Complimentary WiFi
    Escorted Touring
    Expert Tour Guide
    Flights Included
    Fully Equipped Gym
    Gallery Ticket
    Guided Activities
    Lunch
    Non-alcoholic beverages
    Parking
    Personal Guide
    Private Transfers
    Some Beverages Included
    Some Meals Included
    Spa Treatment
    Tipping & Gratuities
    Welcome Drink

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    Tour Plan

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    Hobart & the South

    With the River Derwent at its heart and Mount Wellington rising above it, in Hobart the tranquillity of a city from a bygone era coexists with the vibrancy of a pocketsized modern metropolis. Hobart’s European beginnings are evident everywhere, from quaint settlers’ cottages to the lofty porches of colonial mansions. Once bustling with whalers and entrepreneurs, 19th-century sandstone warehouses now serve as dockside cafés, artist’s studios and restaurants, where you can enjoy excellent cuisine and fine wines. Discover Australia’s history in the nearby Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, visit MONA (Museum of Old and New Art), enjoy classical and modern music in a variety of venues, or catch a show at the Theatre Royal – Australia’s oldest theatre.
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    The West Coast [Strahan / Cradle Valley]

    Tasmania’s West Coast is wild, rugged and lush – and unlike anywhere else in Australia. Once prosperous towns such as Tullah, Rosebery and Zeehan tell the story of the regions rich mining history. From the harbour-side fishing village of Strahan, you can cruise, sail, fly or paddle through World Heritage Wilderness.
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    North West Coast [Smithton]

    Tasmania’s North West Coast stretches from wildlife rich Narawntapu National Park to the Tarkine – Australia’s largest temperate forest. This region is considered to be Tasmania’s food bowl and farmers markets thrive here. The region’s riches are also celebrated at annual events such as tulip and chocolate festivals. Look out for farm-gate bounty, from handcrafted cheeses to raspberries and produce fresh from rich, red soil. At Latrobe see tempting chocolate truffles rolled by hand then savour the chocolate maker’s favourites in the tasting room.
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    Launceston & North

    Tasmania’s ‘northern capital’ of Launceston was established in 1806 by free settlers. It has fine Victorian buildings from the 1870s and 1880s and elegant contemporary architecture. The unique attraction of Cataract Gorge is a natural wonder only a 15-minute walk from the city centre. The famous J Boag and Son Brewery is another must do. Also within easy walking distance is the Queen Victoria Museum at Inveresk, and right next door is Aurora Stadium, Hawthorn Football Clubs Tasmanian home ground. The tidal River Tamar flows north from Launceston to George Town and Bass Strait, past forested hills and pastures, lavender plantations, vineyards, strawberry farms and orchards. Cool climate wines and fine dining are the essence of the new Launceston and the North experience.
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    East Coast [Scamander]

    Tasmania’s East Coast is home to pristine beaches(Wineglass Bay is regularly voted one of the best beaches in the world), pure aqua waters and picture-postcard coastal villages. It’s a coastline that’s perfect for a relaxing break – no wonder it is a favourite with the locals. Whether they are fishermen, wine makers or walking-guides, you will hear a different life story from friendly locals whose values are shaped by the rhythms of nature, and the stunning beauty of the east coast.
    Subject to availability at time of booking. These packages are seasonal ‘from’ prices only and will vary depending on the date of travel and style of accommodation chosen. Prices based on land content only. Specific room types, minimum night stays and event period block out dates or higher pricing may apply. All prices listed here are based on per family, including 2 adults and 2 children up to 12 years. Car hire with Drive Car Rental is fully inclusive of zero insurance excess (standard vehicles) and all the fees and charges excluding fuel and any additional counter products or fees.

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