There are thousands of stories to be told from the inside out…all waiting for you to uncover. Will 3 days be enough? There’s only one way to find out.

  • 3 Day

    Cradle Mountain Trip

    Follow the tasting trail from Launceston Airport, before heading for the high country. Sparkling raspberry liqueurs, crafty Tassie brews, and irresistible cheeses along the way will ensure you won’t leave the trail hungry. Or arrive empty handed.

  • 3 Day

    East Coast Trip

    The Bay of Fires was once rated the hottest travel destination in the world. With white sandy beaches, deep sea fishing tours, cracking restaurants and wineries, plus much more, it’s definitely hot property.

  • 3 Day

    Freycinet East Coast Trip

    Fresher-than-fresh oysters to shuck into. A barrel-load of boutique winemakers to befriend. Passive paddling adventures with pink granite mountains as a backdrop…just a few of the East Coast’s delicious offerings.

  • 3 Day

    Hobart to Launceston Trip

    Like a bit of gore with your gourmet delights? If the tales of stoic female resilience is too heavy, the exhilarating high-speed river cruise, the pre-dinner cocktails, and the Heritage Trail through the Tassie heartland will no doubt lighten your spirits.

  • 3 Day

    Hobart and Surrounds Trip

    A little-known French explorer called D’Entrecasteaux accidently discovered southern Tassie in 1792. But there is plenty left to explore on purpose. From vodka made from sheep’s whey to scrummy chocolate nougat treats, and heaps more. It’s a magical neck of the woods.

  • 3 Day

    Launceston and Tamar Valley Trip

    Segway through the forest or zipline through a forest canopy, sip wine on beanbags and devour paddock-to-plate goodness at local vineyards and, if you can muster the courage, take a ghost tour. And yes, the local produce is out of this world.

  • 3 Day

    North West Coast Trip

    Spring is a terrific time to hug Bass Strait (and your travel buddy) while breathing the world’s cleanest air. Chairlifts at The Nut and buzzy local markets full of irresistible food are a few of the tantalising attractions in this pocket of paradise.

  • 3 Day

    Hobart and Port Arthur Trip

    One extraordinary gastronomical experience after the next, including lunch at a wine bar complete with rilletes, pâté and jamon, and lavender-infused ice cream. Also, if your stomach can handle it, some ghastly tales await.