Let us take the hassle out of planning your Tasmanian holiday. Browse our list of the west coast and central Tasmania’s tours and attractions, choose what interests you and we will include it in your customised Tasmanian holiday.
Cradle Mountain - Lake St. Clair National Park
Launch yourself off waterfalls, abseil down cliffs and shoot through nature’s waterslides. Or take an easier option and float along seeing the world from the point of view of a platypus. Canyoning is the most exciting way to experience the World Heritage wilderness at Cradle Mountain.
3950 Cradle Mountain Road, Cradle Mountain
Explore the mysterious world of the Tasmanian Devil at this unique alpine conservation facility, located just 500m from the entrance to the Cradle Mountain National Park. A visit to this sanctuary, day or night, will provide you with an opportunity to observe these extraordinary animals up close, whilst our knowledgeable staff give you an understanding of the dedicated conservation work we do to support these species.
The Esplanade, Strahan
Be first on the water and witness the magical reflections as you cruise quietly on the Gordon River aboard the award-winning Spirit of the Wild, a unique custom-built vessel with a hybrid propulsion system, designed to have minimal impact on the environment. Enjoy dedicated on-board guides and step ashore in the rainforest at Heritage Landing and again at Sarah Island as well as visiting salmon farms and Hells Gates at the mouth of Macquarie Harbour.
Driffield Street, Queenstown
King River Rafting are Tasmania’s one day rafting specialists. Queenstown or Hobart, we have a wilderness rafting experience to suit any member of the family. Choose between the King, Huon or Picton River for a fun, safe and exciting day out.
TasVacations Bonus: All TasVacations customers will receive a complimentary King River Rafting water bottle.
26 Main Street, Kempton
Located in Dysart House, Kempton, approximately 45 minutes drive from Hobart. Built in 1842, it has become the much loved home of Old Kempton Distillery. Whisky, gin and liqueurs are all made onsite in the Old Stables. Tastings and light meals are served daily in the old coaching house.
TasVacations Bonus: 10% off all Cellar Door purchases made on the day of your tour.
1 Corinna Road, Corinna
The Pieman River Cruise is a unique experience at Corinna Wilderness. Enjoy an intimate tour aboard the famous Arcadia II; the only Huon Pine river cruiser in the world! The cruise offers a prime opportunity to explore the rugged nature of the Pieman Heads, admire the pristine and ancient Tarkine rainforest and observe the flora and fauna known to the area.
The Paragon Theatre, 11 McNamara Street, Queenstown
Discover old mining relics within ancient Huon & King Billy Pine forests. Breathe in the pure air and smells of nature of a thousand years ago. Mine for treasure in a fascinating abandoned mine. Explore the abandoned “ghost town” of Lake Margaret. See the powerstation turbines still spinning, creating power since 1914.
TasVacations Bonus: Free self-guided tour of The Paragon Theatre.
12 The Esplanade, Strahan
Australia’s longest running play, The Ship That Never Was tells the dramatic and hilarious true story about the last Great Escape from Sarah Island. In January 1834, ten convicts steal a ship from Macquarie Harbour and sail to Chile! Fun, interactive, family entertainment for all ages!
1 Driffield Street, Queenstown
In the late 1800s, hundreds of men and women were employed to build the impossible; a railway through the remote western wilderness to transport copper from Queenstown to the now-forgotten port of Teepookana – and later, through to Strahan. These days, visitors to the region can choose between several half and full-day rail journeys through ancient rainforest, stopping at stations along the line where short walks and other activities help to tell the story of this incredible place.
The Esplanade, Strahan
Gliding down the iconic Gordon River through glassy calm water is a must do experience when touring Tasmania. You will enjoy one of the most scenic and sought after cruises with one of Tasmania’s largest eco-tourism cruise operators, local family owned and operated World Heritage Cruises.