Coastal Wilds of Tasmania
Dates: 27 Jan, 6, & 16 Feb 2022/ 27 Jan & 6 Feb 2023
From $7992 pp
Ship: Coral Explorer
Explore Australia’s island state poised at the edge of the world where the Southern, Indian and Pacific Oceans collide. Tasmania’s pristine World Heritage wilderness and national parks teem with native wildlife, where rugged mountain ranges meet the sea with soaring coastal cliffs and crescent-shaped beaches carved by the elements. Amidst this pristine, natural backdrop, Tasmania’s intriguing colonial history is underpinned by a compelling convict heritage and historic sites. Follow in the pioneering footsteps of intrepid colonial explorers to far-flung reaches of the island where tales of maritime adventures abound, preserved streetscapes are virtual living museums and world-class artists find inspiration at every turn.
- Spend two full days exploring wilderness areas of Port Davey and Bathurst Harbour
- Hike to Wineglass Bay and The Hazards in Freycinet National Park
- Learn about Maria Island’s history as a penal colony
- Visit Port Arthur, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Admire dramatic 300m tall coastal cliffs of the Tasman Peninsula
- Taste Tasmania’s fresh farm-gate produce and world-class cool-climate wines at an onboard event.
- Spot fur seals, wombats and wallabies in Tasmania’s national parks
- Visit the Wooden Boat Centre and learn about Tasmania’s proud maritime heritage