Launceston Tasmania Explorer

Immerse yourself in the charming city of Launceston; explore its elegant architecture, colonial churches and rich cultural heritage. Discover a thriving food and wine scene, take a tour into Tasmania’s wilderness at Cradle Mountain and cruise the spectacular Cataract Gorge in this wonderful four-day holiday.

• Explore Launceston at leisure
• Stroll along hilly streets, dotted with weatherboard Victorian houses, discover century old parks
• Full day tour of the magnificent Cradle Mountain
• Enjoy the Tasmanian wilderness of glacial lakes, rainforest, waterfalls and stunning scenery
• Wander round the tranquil Dove Lake, through Pencil Pine and Myrtle Beech in the Ballroom Forest
• Visit Cataract Gorge, discover the world’s longest single span chairlift, walking and hiking trails, stunning gardens complete with peacocks and panoramic lookouts with stunning views
• 50-minute cruise on the spectacular Cataract Gorge passing Launceston’s riverfront precinct, Seaport and the historical Kings Wharf, with views over sheer cliffs

• 3 nights Leisure Inn Penny Royal Hotel & Apartments, Hotel Room
• Experience Tasmania -Full Day Cradle Mountain Tour
• Tamar River Cruises - 50 minute Cataract Gorge Cruise

Price Notes
This itinerary/tour is a suggestion and can be tailor-made to suit requirements.
Prices above are per person in pounds sterling (£), based on two people sharing a twin-room. Please contact us for prices for alternative dates or number of travellers.

Pricing is subject to change and availability. Terms and conditions apply. Call us to book or for details. Alternatively you can book or enquire online

Price from £199

Excludes flights

Travel Dates:
01 Sept – 10 Dec 2020



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