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Updated: Sep 3, 2022

Launceston Tour (7Days/6Nights)

Day 01

Arrival at Launceston & Stay night in there

Day 02

Beaconsfield Mine

The Beaconsfield gold mine collapsed on 25 April 2006 in Beaconsfield, Tasmania, Australia. Of the seventeen people who were in the mine at the time, fourteen escaped immediately following the collapse, one miner (Larry Knight) was killed and the remaining two (Brant Webb and Todd Russell) were found alive on the sixth day by miners Pat Ball and Steve Saltmarsh. Webb and Russell were rescued on 9 May 2006, two weeks after being trapped nearly 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) below the surface.

Visit Platypus House or Seahorse World.

Boat Ride at Tamar River.

Stay Night in Launceston

Day 03

Visit discover unique tree carvings, a memorial to World War I.

Visit Pyengana Dairy Company

Freycinet National Park.

Freycinet National Park is a national park on the east coast of Tasmania, Australia, 125 km northeast of Hobart. It occupies a large part of the Freycinet Peninsula, named after French navigator Louis de Freycinet, and Schouten Island. Founded in 1916, it is Tasmania's oldest park, along with Mount Field National Park. Bordering the national park is the small settlement of Coles Bay, and the largest nearby town is Swansea. Tourism at Freycinet forms a significant component of the economy for the eastern part of Tasmania, with visitors drawn to the region by the natural environment, weather, and recreational activities available in the area. Every year thousands of people are attracted to the coastal environments and the area's rural and isolated setting.

Stay Night in Launceston

Day 04

Wineglass Bay

Coles Bay is an Australian town on the east Coast of Tasmania 192 km north-east of Hobart and 173 km south-east of Launceston, being the main entrance point for visitors to the Freycinet National Park.

It has a population of 353 people including the surrounding area, but many tourists visit the area for its scenery and outdoor activities, which include hiking, biking, fishing, boating and Sea kayaking.

Each Easter the town is one of the three locations for the Australian Three Peaks Race, a continuous sailing and running event starting at Beauty Point just north of Launceston and ending at Hobart with runners scaling three mountains including Mount Freycinet (33 km run; 620 m ascent).

Stay Night in there

Day 05

Visit Tasmanian Wool Centre

Australia’s oldest bridge

The Richmond Bridge is a heritage listed arch bridge located on the B31 in Richmond, 25 kilometres (15.5 mi) north of Hobart in Tasmania, Australia. It is the oldest stone span bridge in Australia. In 2005, the bridge was recognised as an outstanding historic place and added to the Australian National Heritage List.

Stay night in Tasmania

Day 06

City tour at Hobart

Huon Valley

The Huon is both a major agricultural area, particularly famous for growing apples but also producing cherries, berries and stone fruit, and is home to many commuter workers who work in Hobart or Kingston and prefer to live in a more rural setting.

MONA ferry

Stay night at Hobart

Day 07

Move back to airport

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