Explore Australia’s smallest state in Spring with visits to National Trust properties, Georgian villages and Tasmania’s wilderness from Launceston to Hobart and the West Coast in between.
Tasmania is a wonderful showcase of Australia’s natural, built and cultural heritage, all of which the National Trust helps to protect and conserve. This National Trust Way tour explores Australia’s smallest state with visits to colonial and National Trust properties included.
Flying into Launceston and out of Hobart we spend time in the west and centre in between. Our time in Launceston includes the Tamar Valley, together with the historic villages and homes of the Evandale and Longford area. Then head west to the coastal village of Strahan where we cruise the Gordon River and take the West Coast Wilderness Railway. Our final destination is Hobart to include Saturday’s Salamanca Markets and MONA, plus much much more…
Tasmania invites and inspires us to visit this rich and diverse island state for an unforgettable experience of nature, food, wine, art and heritage.
Includes: 12x Breakfast, 5x Lunch, 6x Dinner
To book / enquires / itinerary: David Smith, Travel on Capri, phone 1800 679 066
Tour Leader / enquiries: Jill Bunning, phone 0439 321 164