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Tamar Valley / Credit: Courtesy Tamar Valley Wine Route

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  • Launceston and surroundsDistance and drive time: 150 km - 2 hr 30 min
  • Take a guided tour with beer tastings at James Boag's Brewery
  • Explore the Tamar Valley wine route
  • Visit Seahorse World and/or see platypuses and echidnas nearby at Platypus House, Beauty Point
  • Join a sunset penguin tour at Low Head
  • Overnight Launceston
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Outdoor mural, Sheffield / Credit: Poon Wai Nang

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Rows of tulips near a lighthouse

Table Cape Tulip Farm / Credit: Scott Sporleder

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  • Devonport - StanleyDistance and drive time: 160 km - 2 hr 45 min
  • Taste one of Australia’s best single malt distilled whiskies at Hellyers Road Distillery, Burnie
  • Visit Table Cape for a photo opportunity at Table Cape Tulip Farm (spring time)
  • See lighthouses and shipwrecks at Rocky Cape National Park
  • Step back in time at the elegantly restored Highfield Historic Site overlooking the Nut at Stanley
  • Overnight Stanley
forest scene

Tarkine Forest Reserve / Credit: Pete Harmsen

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  • Stanley and surroundsDistance and drive time: 170 km - 2 hr 15 min
  • Take the chairlift to the top of The Nut for spectacular views of the coast
  • Explore the diverse landscape along the Tarkine Wilderness Drive and have lunch in Marrawah
  • Stand at the ‘Edge of the World’ at Arthur River and look out over the Indian Ocean
  • Experience some fresh, local seafood in Stanley for dinner
  • Overnight Stanley
Outdoor hedge maze

Tasmazia / Credit: Michael Walters

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  • Stanley - Cradle MountainDistance and drive time: 200 km - 2 hr 54 min
  • See local artisan’s produce or join a paper making workshop at the Makers’ Workshop, Burnie
  • Visit the town of Penguin, have your photo taken with the giant fiberglass penguin or see the real thing at Penguin Point
  • Explore the magical world of Tasmazia and The Village of Lower Crackpot
  • Overnight Cradle Mountain
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Cradle Mountain / Credit: Tourism Tasmania

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  • Cradle MountainDistance and drive time: 0 km
  • Take the picturesque Dove Lake Circuit walk at Cradle Mountain
  • Join a tour with Cradle Mountain Canyons or get an aerial view on a flight with Cradle Mountain Helicopters
  • Watch Tasmanian devils during the day or night at Devils@Cradle
  • Overnight Cradle Mountain
Steam locomotive on mountainside

West Coast Wilderness Railway / Credit: Nick Osborne

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  • Cradle Mountain - StrahanDistance and drive time: 140 km - 2 hr 18 min
  • Visit historic mining town of Zeehan and walk through the Spray Tunnel, a 100 m long abandoned railway tunnel,
  • Ride the historic West Coast Wilderness Railway in Strahan
  • Drive to Henty Dunes and watch the sunset at Ocean Beach
  • Overnight in Strahan
Womn taking a photo of river from a boat

Gordon River Cruises / Credit: Jason Futrill

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  • Strahan and the Gordon RiverDistance and drive time: 4 km - 9 min
  • Join World Heritage Cruises on the Gordon River into Tasmania’s Wilderness World Heritage Area
  • Take the short walk to Hogarth Falls in Strahan
  • Enjoy Australia’s longest running stage performance, The Ship that Never Was, held nightly in Strahan
  • Overnight in Strahan
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Queenstown / Credit: Flow Mountain Bike

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  • Strahan - HobartDistance and drive time: 300 km - 4 hr 30 min
  • Explore Queenstown, a rugged mining town at the edge of the World Heritage Wilderness Area
  • Visit the Wall in the Wilderness, a 100 m long hand craved sculpture on display at Derwent Bridge
  • Find something unique in New Norfolk’s antique stores on the way back to Hobart
  • Overnight Hobart
Boat near seals on rocks

Bruny Island Cruises / Credit: Joe Shemesh

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  • Hobart - Bruny IslandDistance and drive time: 150 km - 3 hr 30 min
  • Take your car on the ferry from Kettering to Bruny Island (check the departure schedule)
  • Join a Bruny Island Cruise with Pennicott Wilderness Journeys and see sea-cliffs, caves, seal colonies and possibly dolphins. Whales may also be sighted during migration seasons.
  • Tour the island by car stopping for oysters and cheese tasting at the Bruny Is. Cheese Co. and Get Shucked
  • Overnight Hobart
People at lookout looking over Hobart

View of Hobart from kunyani/Mt Wellington / Credit: Peter Topliss

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  • Hobart and surroundsDistance and drive time: 40 km - 1 hr 15 min
  • Catch the ferry from Brooke Street Pier to the Museum of Old and New Art - Mona
  • Explore the museum and have lunch at The Source Restaurant
  • Return to Hobart and drive or take a tour to the summit of kunanyi/Mt Wellington for spectacular views
  • Overnight Hobart
Boats moored on a river

Prosser River, Orford / Credit: Rick Eaves

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  • Hobart - Coles BayDistance and drive time: 220 km - 3 hr 15 min
  • After breakfast, head east to start the Great Eastern Drive at Orford
  • Drop in at Kate’s Berry Farm before Swansea for a delicious fruit pie with rich vanilla ice cream
  • Continue on the Great Eastern Drive and stop for lunch and wine tastings at Devil’s Corner Cellar Door
  • Drive to Cape Tourville Lighthouse and lookout
  • Overnight Coles Bay
Sunrise over bay in distance

Sunrise, Wineglass Bay / Credit: Daniel Tran

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Tamar Valley / Credit: Courtesy Tamar Valley Wine Route