Tasmanian Wilderness (7 days)
Tasmania – a curious island at the edge of the world.
The Tasmanian Wilderness hosts a diversity of unspoiled habitats and ecosystems with plants and animals found nowhere else on Earth. It’s also stunningly beautiful.
Join Kirkhope Aviation, by private aircraft on this seven day tour to three of the most spectacular areas – the North West, the West Coast, and the East Coast.
From Cape Grim, the most northerly point on the Tasmanian mainland, to the wilderness that gave rise to the Australian Greens, the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, to the milky blue waters of Wineglass Bay in Freycinet National Park, local experts will take you into their little patches of paradise.
The remoteness, crystal clear water and pure air, give rise to exceptional produce. Delicious foods will sustain you, and you’ll be offered the opportunity to walk this off with not too difficult walks in some magnificent destinations.
Let us show you the best the Tasmanian Wilderness has to offer.
Departing March 21 & November 14 2020
Use code EBWILD
Expires: SUN 10 NOV 2019
Mar 21 - Mar 27, 2020
Nov 14 - Nov 20, 2020
Itinerary: Tasmanian Wilderness (7 days)
Day 1: Melbourne to Smithton, Cape Grim (L,D)
Depart Moorabbin Airport at 07.30am for Smithton in Tasmania’s North West. The wilderness experience begins with a tour to breathtaking Cape Grim, the most northerly tip of the Tasmanian Mainland. Cape Grim boasts the cleanest air in the world, where you’ll see the dramatic coastline and gaze out to the islands off the North West coast of Tasmania. Learn about the indigenous and western history of this remarkable region. It’s the perfect place for the clifftop towers of the Woolnorth Wind Farm and Australia's largest dairy farm, the Van Diemen's Land Company, established in 1826.
On to the quaint town of Stanley for lunch and a stroll around, before arriving at your hotel in Smithton for two nights, Tall Timbers Hotel.
Overnight: Tall Timbers Hotel, Smithton
Had an amazing time on this trip. Going to many places that the average tourist doesn’t have access to. We enjoyed some wonderful food and enjoyed some delicious Tasmanian wines. Highly recommend this trip.