We offer a number of small group and private guided Tasmanian multi-day tours. These tours focus on nature & wildlife, rich history, gourmet food & wine and high-quality interpretation. If English is not your first language, many of these tours can offer language guiding in Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and other languages on request.
Breathe life into your Tasmanian holiday by joining a Coal River Coaches 10 night tour of Tasmania. Travel to a number of bucket list destinations including Cradle Mountain and the iconic east coast, whilst being transported around the island in a luxurious coach with a local and knowledgeable driver.
Bonus Offer: Probus Members receive 15% off the total price
Bringing you into contact with pristine wilderness, unique wildlife, beautiful beaches, a sense of history and the best of contemporary Tasmanian hospitality. This five day tour allows you to experience the magic of Australia’s island state. Designed by people who know and love Tasmania, this small group tour incorporates Tasmanian icons such as the UNESCO world heritage listed cradle mountain, famous wineglass bay, the Tasmanian Devil, the convict ruins of Port Arthur and Salamanca market in Hobart.
Tasmania provides a rare opportunity to encounter unique and endemic wildlife. Renowned as a prime area for marsupial spotting, Tasmania is a crucial habitat for many species, including quolls, kangaroos, wallabies, wombats and the most famous resident, the Tasmanian Devil. This is a soft-adventure tour focusing on wildlife and wilderness but offers a high level of comfort.
1 Day Historic Tasmania
Port Arthur Historic Site & Richmond - The Tasman Peninsula and Port Arthur Historic Site are some of Tasmania’s most visited destinations. Explore Tasmania’s famous convict settlement site and the historic village of Richmond
1 Day Tasmania’s Wilderness & Wildlife
Mt Field National Park & Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary - This small group tour takes you to Mount Field National Park, the oldest National Park in the state, and an afternoon visit to Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary.