Upon your arrival, begin with a visit to
Grindelwald Swiss Village. The village
offers a unique sightseeing experience
in Swiss style, complete with buildings
featuring wide eaves, flower boxes,
window shutters and balconies.
Stunning panoramas surround the
settlement, which is fringed with
glassy lakes and offers views of the
Tamar Valley. Continue on to the
Cataract Gorge Reserve and walk on
the historic suspension bridge over the
South Esk River for stunning views of
the unique natural formation.
After breakfast, head north for a
guided tour of the award-winning
Platypus House at Beauty Point. As
Tasmanian platypuses and echidnas
are endemic species that cannot be
seen anywhere else in the world,
Platypus House offers a
once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to watch the creatures in broad daylight.
Thereafter, visit the House of Anvers
where you can view the chocolate
factory in action, as confectionery staff
temper, mould and enrobe fine
chocolate, truffles, pralines, fudge and
more. Then proceed to Stanley
Village and have a photo stop at the
Highfield Historic Site for a
historically accurate vision of a
gentleman’s home and farm in the
1830s. Next, visit the top attraction in
Stanley, The Nut. The Nut is the
remains of an ancient volcanic plug
with a large, mostly flat surface that
can be navigated on foot. Take the
walking track to get to the summit
and enjoy magnificent 360-degree
views of the township, the Bass Strait
and the Rocky Cape National Park.
What better way to take in the
breath-taking views of this historical
and picturesque region!
Note: A moderate level of fitness is required
for the 15-20 minute trek to get to the
summit of The Nut.
Start your day off with a visit to
Ashgrove Cheese Farm. View the
cheesemaking and maturing area,
then taste and buy a range of
cheese, which include exotic flavours
of wild wasabi and native pepper
berry. Afterwards, proceed to
Sheffield, a town that proclaims
itself the Mural Capital of Australia. There are over 60 huge murals
around town along with an annual
Mural Fest, where the winner’s
masterpiece will be added to the
collection. Thereafter, head to
Tasmanian World Heritage
Wilderness Area and its jewel, the
Cradle Mountain- Lake St Clair
National Park. Immerse yourself in
the picturesque landscape and
abundance of wildlife. Then, take a
walk along Dove Lake on one of
Tasmania’s most unspoiled walkway.
This morning, head to Melita Honey
Farm Tasmania’s famous
leatherwood honey. Then visit
Trowunna Wildlife Park to see some
of the native Tasmanian wildlife. The
sanctuary was designed to cater to
eco-tourists, adventurers, and
families. See the animals roaming
free, or time your visit with one of
their many interactive daily tours and
hand-feeding sessions. Continue on
your journey to the picturesque
historic town of Ross. Try the famous
scallop pies at Bakery 31 and explore
the town. Have a photo stop at the
remarkable Ross Bridge, the 3rd
oldest bridge still in use in Australia
built by convicts in 1836. In the evening, experience a Wild Penguin
Viewing where you can witness the
fairy penguins embarking on their
nightly ritual of returning ashore to
Today, depart for Hobart, the capital
and most populous city of the
Tasmania. Stroll through Salamanca
Place (open everyday) and explore
the colourful stalls of the bustling
Salamanca Market (open only on
Sat). Then, visit Tas Live Abalone
Factory for a sample taste of freshly
cooked abalone and learn how
abalone is processed. Thereafter,
proceed to Mount Wellington. The
21-km drive to the summit passes
through temperate rainforest to
sub-alpine flora and glacial rock
formations, ending in panoramic
views of Hobart, Bruny Island, South
Arm and the Tasman Peninsula.
Note: Mt Wellington will be replaced with
Mt Nelson if it is closed due to any icy
conditions or snow.
Enjoy the day at your leisure and
explore the streets of Hobart at your own pace. Rich in art, culture and
history, the city pulses with vibrancy.
Alternatively, you may wish to join an
optional tour to Port Arthur Historic
Site or Bruny Island at your own
• A minimum group size of 10 passengers
is required for a confirmed departure.
• The sequence of the itinerary, flight
schedules and hotels are subject to
change without prior notice in the
event of unforeseen circumstances.
• Activities are subject to prevailing
• During major events, accommodation
may be relocated without prior notice.
Do note that the third bed for triple room may be a "roll-away" bed.
The below chart serves a guideline and may not be applicable to all destinations.
For maximum comfort, we highly recommend a family of four to stay in two rooms.
If extra bed are not available, passengers will be put into : 1 Standard Double / Twin Room + 1 Standard Single Room
Prices shown are just guideline and are not guaranteed until purchase is completed.
Price shown are in SGD
Prices based on twin sharing, and does not include airport taxes and fuel surcharges, optional tours and gratitude for local guides, drivers and tour leaders, if applicable
All tours subject to group size for confirmation
Land arrangement excludes flight arrangements, optional tours and gratitude for local guides, drivers and tour leaders, if applicable
Tour fare does not include visa charges. Passengers have to ensure that they hold a valid visa to enter their destination country. Please refer to http://cibtvisas.sg for visa requirement and charges
Let the stunning sights of
Tasmania draw you in; the
island state is bursting with rich
colonial history and treasures,
of nature, amazing
experiences and the