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Your tour of Tasmania starts with our local knowledge, friendly service and great value.

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Over 30 years of experience. Just ask a local!

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Our friendly team are here to help you make the most of your Tasmanian self-drive experience. They will help you find all the island’s hidden gems and plan the best route to get around.

Tasman Peninsula

The Tasman Peninsula in Tasmania’s south east is best enjoyed as at least an overnight trip but it is possible to see some of the highlights of the region as a day trip from Hobart. We recommend staying at one of the accommodation properties in the area and exploring from there. More information here…

Launceston

Launceston is a small city in northern Tasmania, which makes for the perfect base for visits throughout the region. Launceston features highlights such as the Cataract Gorge and Launceston City Park as well as easy access to the Tamar Valley Wine Route. Launceston also boasts a vibrant events calendar. More information here…

Huon Valley

The Huon Valley is a short drive from Hobart and is known for its beautiful scenery, exciting activities and top quality produce, especially apples. Known to locals as ‘The Huon’, the area is also the gateway to the far south, Geeveston and the Hartz Mountains National Park. Take your time in this part of Tassie and you will be rewarded. More information here…

Western Wilderness

For the self-drive tourist in Tasmania, there is no greater thrill than driving to the rugged west coast and exploring some of the world’s most pristine wilderness. Quaint little mining towns form your gateway to the wild and activities such as the West Coast Wilderness Railway and Gordon River Cruises show you how amazing this area really is. More information here…

East Coast

Tasmania’s east coast is famous for its turquoise blue water and endless uncrowded beaches. Sample delicious seafood and visit cellar doors in this food and wine lover’s paradise. Take the time to explore and don’t forget your hiking boots – there are plenty of great options for walks of all levels in Tasmania’s east. More information here…

Cradle Country

Cradle Mountain is undoubtedly one of Tasmania’s jewels and its surrounding area certainly doesn’t disappoint either. Located at the norther tip of Tasmania’s UNESCO Wilderness World Heritage Area, Cradle Mountain National Park is the highlight of the region and provides visitors with a range of hiking and wildlife viewing options. More information here…