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Coastal Wilds Of Tasmania

Departure: Sunday, February 6, 2022
Nights: 10 nights
Departs: Hobart
Returns: Port Arthur
One Way Trip
One
way trip
Duration
10
Nights
Days at Sea
0
Sea Days
Ports
8
Ports
Countries Visted
1
Countries
  • Itinerary

    Coastal Wilds Of Tasmania

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    Day Date Port of Call Arrival Departure
    1 Monday, February 7, 2022 Hobart, Australia 17:00
    View of Hobart, Australia

    Take a stroll along the waterfront and enjoy the view of the river lined with sailing boats, whilst admiring the sandstone architecture warehouses throughout the city centre. Make your way through the iconic and most visited Salamanca market which operates every Saturday showcasing Tasmania’s local artisans, designers and producers. Heading west of the city centre, Mount Wellington is a spectacular site to visit and one not to be missed! Take a tour or a scenic drive up to the summit and stroll along historic walking trails. Read more about Hobart, Australia

    2 Tuesday, February 8, 2022 Port Huon, Australia
    View of Port Huon, Australia

    Port Huon is a small town on the Huon River with a deep-sea wharf capable of handling two ocean-going vessels at a time. It is located 45kms south-west of Hobart, midway between Huonville and Surveyors Bay where the river meets the Tasman Sea. Once it was a busy trading port and a memorial is dedicated to pioneer shipwrights who began building vessels here in 1842. Read more about Port Huon, Australia

    3 Wednesday, February 9, 2022 Port Huon, Australia
    View of Port Huon, Australia

    Port Huon is a small town on the Huon River with a deep-sea wharf capable of handling two ocean-going vessels at a time. It is located 45kms south-west of Hobart, midway between Huonville and Surveyors Bay where the river meets the Tasman Sea. Once it was a busy trading port and a memorial is dedicated to pioneer shipwrights who began building vessels here in 1842. Read more about Port Huon, Australia

    4 Thursday, February 10, 2022 Port Davey, Australia
    View of Port Davey, Australia

    Port Davey, located on the south-west coast of Tasmania, adjacent to Bathurst Harbour, is a region prone to harsh weather conditions, though it is somewhat sheltered from the Roaring Forties that buffet these coasts. The Port Davey Marine Reserve – created to protect this extraordinary underwater world – lies within the South-west National Park and the Tasmanian World Heritage Area. Read more about Port Davey, Australia

    5 Friday, February 11, 2022 Port Davey, Australia
    View of Port Davey, Australia

    Port Davey, located on the south-west coast of Tasmania, adjacent to Bathurst Harbour, is a region prone to harsh weather conditions, though it is somewhat sheltered from the Roaring Forties that buffet these coasts. The Port Davey Marine Reserve – created to protect this extraordinary underwater world – lies within the South-west National Park and the Tasmanian World Heritage Area. Read more about Port Davey, Australia

    6 Saturday, February 12, 2022 Adventure Bay, Australia
    View of Adventure Bay, Australia

    Adventure Bay is a small township and a bay on the eastern side of South Bruny Island, Tasmania. The first European to sight the bay was Abel Tasman in the Heemskerck in 1642. The bay proved to be an ideal anchorage and source of fresh water for explorers in the late 18th C., notably the Captains Tobias Furneaux in his ship HMS Adventure, James Cook in HMS Resolution, William Bligh in HMS Bounty, Bruni d’Entrecasteaux aboard Recherché, and Matthew Flinders in the sloop Norfolk. North of Adventure Bay is the larger Storm Bay that is the entrance to Tasmania’s capital Hobart, 40 or so kilometres from Adventure Bay. Read more about Adventure Bay, Australia

    7 Sunday, February 13, 2022 Adventure Bay, Australia
    View of Adventure Bay, Australia

    Adventure Bay is a small township and a bay on the eastern side of South Bruny Island, Tasmania. The first European to sight the bay was Abel Tasman in the Heemskerck in 1642. The bay proved to be an ideal anchorage and source of fresh water for explorers in the late 18th C., notably the Captains Tobias Furneaux in his ship HMS Adventure, James Cook in HMS Resolution, William Bligh in HMS Bounty, Bruni d’Entrecasteaux aboard Recherché, and Matthew Flinders in the sloop Norfolk. North of Adventure Bay is the larger Storm Bay that is the entrance to Tasmania’s capital Hobart, 40 or so kilometres from Adventure Bay. Read more about Adventure Bay, Australia

    8 Monday, February 14, 2022 Maria Island, Australia
    View of Maria Island, Australia

    Maria Island is a mountainous island-in the shape of a figure eight- just 4kms off the east coast of Tasmania, a short ferry ride east from Triabunna, which is a one and a half hour road trip north-east of Hobart. From Aboriginal contact to whaling and sealing post, from penal settlement to Italianate rural utopia and health resort, Maria Island inspired both intense sorrow and huge dreams in its long history of human habitation. Read more about Maria Island, Australia

    9 Tuesday, February 15, 2022 Coles Bay, Australia

    Coles Bay, the hub of tourism on Tasmania's east coast, is the main access point to Freycinet National Park. Whalers, farmers, tin and coal miners, were some of the many people who originally settled here, but today the population of around five hundred is outnumbered by the numerous tourists. The town is on the northern end of Great Oyster Bay with stunning views of the red and pink granite peaks known as The Hazards, on the Freycinet Peninsula. Each Easter the town is one of the three locations for the Australian Three Peaks Race, a continuous sailing and running event starting at Beauty Point just north of Launceston and ending at Hobart, with runners scaling three mountains including Mount Freycinet. Read more about Coles Bay, Australia

    9 Tuesday, February 15, 2022 Wineglass Bay, Australia
    View of Wineglass Bay, Australia

    Set on Tasmania's eastern coast, deep amongst the stunning beauty of Freycinet National Park, Wineglass Bay enjoys some of the world's best climate conditions, with over 300 days of sunshine a year. The bay with its 1.8km white sand beach is one of three bays defining the narrow Freycinet Peninsula. In the 1820s whalers came to Wineglass Bay and set up shore bases. Whenever the whalers went about their grisly business, the bay was dyed red with blood - like rich red wine in a glass - hence its name. Read more about Wineglass Bay, Australia

    10 Wednesday, February 16, 2022 Coles Bay, Australia

    Coles Bay, the hub of tourism on Tasmania's east coast, is the main access point to Freycinet National Park. Whalers, farmers, tin and coal miners, were some of the many people who originally settled here, but today the population of around five hundred is outnumbered by the numerous tourists. The town is on the northern end of Great Oyster Bay with stunning views of the red and pink granite peaks known as The Hazards, on the Freycinet Peninsula. Each Easter the town is one of the three locations for the Australian Three Peaks Race, a continuous sailing and running event starting at Beauty Point just north of Launceston and ending at Hobart, with runners scaling three mountains including Mount Freycinet. Read more about Coles Bay, Australia

    10 Wednesday, February 16, 2022 Wineglass Bay, Australia
    View of Wineglass Bay, Australia

    Set on Tasmania's eastern coast, deep amongst the stunning beauty of Freycinet National Park, Wineglass Bay enjoys some of the world's best climate conditions, with over 300 days of sunshine a year. The bay with its 1.8km white sand beach is one of three bays defining the narrow Freycinet Peninsula. In the 1820s whalers came to Wineglass Bay and set up shore bases. Whenever the whalers went about their grisly business, the bay was dyed red with blood - like rich red wine in a glass - hence its name. Read more about Wineglass Bay, Australia

    11 Thursday, February 17, 2022 Port Arthur, Australia 08:00
    View of Port Arthur, Australia

    Take time to experience the scenery, the stunning and almost deserted beaches, bush walking trails and sea cliffs of the area. The most famous destination is the Historic Site where visitors may take a guided tour to Point Puer, the site of the first boys' reformatory in the British Empire. Here they were given some basic education and taught trade skills. Another museum shows written records, tools, clothing and other curiosities from convict times. Read more about Port Arthur, Australia

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