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3 Day West Coast Explorer (Hobart to Devonport/ Launceston) Overview
- 2014-04-01 - 2015-03-31
Experience the natural beauty of Tasmania's west coast
A country of pristine natural wilderness that ranges from tranquil coastal enclaves to craggy mountain ridges, travelling in Tasmania is sure to delight even the most discerning nature buff. Be dwarfed by the towering hardwood trees in the land of the giants, captivated by the soft colours of the Derwent Valley and awed by the sublime waterfalls in Mt Field National Park. Stroll along the endless dunes of Ocean Beach, explore the Gordon and Franklin rivers by boat, sea plane or kayak and hike through the gorgeous alpine scenery of Cradle Mountain. This three-day small group adventure from Hobart to Launceston is sure to leave lasting impressions of Tasmania's stunning natural scenery.
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Arrive in Hobart, Tasmania's state capital and Australia's second-oldest city. As this trip departs for the island's west coast early on the first day, consider arriving a few days early to explore the city's attractive waterfront and amazing bar and restaurant scene. Wind through the Derwent Valley to Mt Field National Park and Russell Falls. Stop by Lake St Clair, the country's deepest freshwater lake, before finishing the day off in Strahan with a barbecue dinner.
Travel to Ocean Beach and perhaps find whale bones lying half submerged in the shifting sands of the Henty Dunes. Get to know the Strahan area and its river systems via any number of optional activities on offer: embark on a cruise along the Gordon River, catch a scenic flight over the Franklin, jet boat up the King or simply hire a kayak and paddle your way around the harbour.
Trade Tasmania's wild west coast for its rugged interior and venture inland to Cradle Mountain National Park. Choose between a number of hiking trails to explore this World Heritage Area – there are tracks catering to every level of fitness. Stop by the town of Sheffield, renowned for its attractive murals, before arriving in Launceston where this journey comes to an end.
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