Save $150 on select Tassie tour tours!

Mar 03, 2023

If you’re thinking of heading to Tasmania for a holiday soon we have some last minute spot specials that’ll save you $150 off select tours and dates.

First up we have three dates on our 3-day Walk the Three Capes pack-free guided walk: 12th March, 14th April and 17th April.

We walk to the spectacular and must-do Cape Raoul with its dramatic dolerite cliffs. We walk to stunning Cape Hauy to view the famous ‘Candlestick’ and ‘Totem Pole’ sea stacks and we walk the gorgeous Tasman Coastal Track, between Waterfall and Fortescue Bays, with its lush rainforest and breathtaking coastal views.

Tasman Island Helicopter copyright image Richard Bennett

Your journey also includes an unforgettable helicopter flight over Cape Pillar and Tasman Island, or you could choose an exciting wilderness cruise around the base of Cape Pillar for a unique view of this rugged coastline.

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Then we have our 4-day Bay of Fires pack-free guided walk. Discount dates available are: 20th April and 4th May. Situated on the east coast of Tasmania, this magical and remote landscape showcases pure white perfect beaches, vivid orange granite boulders and a ribbon of sapphire and emerald seas.

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The Bay of Fires is a truly stunning destination and a photographer’s paradise.

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Discount walk number three is our classic 4-day Freycinet & Wineglass Bay walk. You’ll discover breathtaking mountains, white sand beaches, turquoise ocean and secluded rocky coves.

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Freycinet National Park is also home to the magnificent Wineglass Bay, voted as one of the top 10 beaches in the world.

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Our final Tassie pack-free guided walk with a $150 discount is our 3-day Bruny Island walk. Discount dates available are: 10th March and 14th April. Bruny contains an appealing mix of towering dolerite cliffs, long sandy beaches, rich heathlands and eucalypt forests.

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On this tour you will explore the natural delights of the island’s diverse landscapes and wildlife as well as tasting the tantalising local produce food which will undoubtedly leave you wanting more, including extravagant cheese, fresh oysters and mellow wine.

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