Wineglass Bay / Launceston / Cradle Mountain / Sheffield mural town 4 days 3 nights Cantonese / Japanese / Mandarin chartered tour (5 / 7 car)
Rainbow Holiday Hostel is committed to providing you with a comfortable and customized tour service, we can adjust and plan the itinerary according to your needs. Our guides speak Japanese/Mandarin/Cantonese, so you don't have any communication barriers during your trip to Tasmania.
We will lead you on a four-day, three-night rainbow tour. Here is a brief introduction to this tour:
Day1: Hobart - Wineglass Bay - Freycinet National Park, Subisino.
Day2: Bicheno-Lancestone-Calarit Grand Canyon-Swiss Town-Lavender Farmhouse (flower season is mid-November-mid-January).
Day3: Launceston - Cradle Mountain - Pigeon Lake, Cedarston or Cradle Mountain.
Day4: Back to Hobart, about four hours, if you take off from Launceston, we will send you to the airport.
I hope to build a rainbow trip with you.
per adult from
8 to 9 hours
What's included :
- Japanese/Cantonese/Mandarin Driver+Guide
- Airport/hotel transfer
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- All Fees and Taxes
What's excluded :
- Wineglass Bay Tickets $12/person, Cradle Mountain Tickets $17/person, Lavender Farm Tickets $10/person, total $39/person
- Drinks and meals
- Accommodation (can be booked for accommodation)
- Entry/Admission - Wineglass Bay Lookout
- Entry/Admission - Freycinet National Park Visitor Center
- This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Wineglass Bay Lookout, Road C302 Inside Freycinet National Park, Coles Bay, Freycinet, Tasmania 7215 Australia
Wineglass Bay is located in the Freycinet National Park on the Freycinet Peninsula on the east coast of Tasmania, southwest of Hobart, Tasmania. Hobart) is about 168 kilometers by car. Named after a red wine glass, Wineglass Bay is one of the most popular holiday destinations for tourists and locals on Tasmania. She overlooks the crystal-clear Great Oyster Bay, swimming and diving. A paradise for dinghies, boating and fishing enthusiasts.
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: Freycinet National Park Visitor Center, Freycinet Dr, Freycinet, Tasmania 7215 Australia
Freycinet National Park (also known as Freycinet National Park) is located on the east coast of Tasmania and occupies most of the Freycinet Peninsula. It covers an area of about 169 square kilometers. One of the oldest national parks in Tasmania.
The town of Coles Bay is close to the Freycinet National Park, while Swansea, about 60 km drive away, is the closest to the nearest town.
Freycinet National Park is the most famous national park on the east coast of Tasmania. It has pink granite mountains, white sandy beaches, sand dunes and dry eucalyptus forests on the coast. A large number of tourists, the famous Wineglass Bay is located in the National Park, and Wineglass Bay is just one of the many beautiful beaches here, the sea is a great place for boating, swimming and diving.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Bicheno Visitor Information Centre, 41B Foster St, Bicheno, Tasmania 7215 Australia
Bicheno has picturesque scenery and rich tourism resources. It is one of the most well-known towns on Tasmania. The most proud highlight of the town is the little penguin returning to the nest and the Bicheno Blowhole. At the same time, Cherno is also a famous seafood producing place, and food lovers can enjoy it here.
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Launceston TAS, Australia
Launceston is the northern port city of Tasmania, about 200 kilometers from Hobart, the capital of Tasmania. It is the second largest city in Tasmania.
Launceston is a historic city with elegant Edwardian and Victorian architecture on the streets, parks and gardens that have been around for centuries, and interesting with restaurants and cafes, such as the Launceston Harbour. Contrast. From Launceston Harbour, take a boardwalk to the Inveresk Cultural Centre, where you can see the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery (QVMAG), one of Australia's finest local galleries. The city was built in 1806 at the mouth of the Tamar Valley and was once the wheat and wool trade center of the province. Time has passed, and with the growth of wealth, it has developed into a very large city.
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Cataract Gorge Reserve, Launceston, Tasmania Australia
The Cataract Gorge Reserve is located on the western outskirts of Launceston, Tasmania's second largest city, about 4 km drive from downtown Launceston.
The Cardnay Canyon Park is very close to the city and has the feeling of an urban oasis. The South Esk River across the park divides the canyon into two parts, the south side of the river bank is the rock wall, and the north shore is a lush green forest. . The trails are very good, with a few distinctive bridges in the middle. There is an outdoor swimming pool in the park, and you can take a look at the canyon landscape from the top of the world's longest Cataract Gorge Scenic Chairlift. Peacocks are scattered near the pavilions and gardens.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Grindelwald, Grindelwald, Tasmania
The Swiss village of Grindelwald is a community town on the northern outskirts of Launceston, Tasmania's second largest city, about 15 km drive from downtown Launceston.
Grindelwald's name comes from the city of the same name in central Switzerland. It was built in 1980 by Roelf Voss. He was inspired by his and his wife Miep Voss when he visited Switzerland. I fell in love with the Alpine architecture and developed this small village in Grindelwald in the northern suburbs of Launceston. The first stage of the construction was to dig a seven-hectare lake and then surround the lake to build a Swiss-style high tile roof, wide eaves, white façade and log cabins on the front patio. Covering an area of 400 hectares, Grindelwald includes hundreds of houses and a restaurant and bar, as well as golf courses, tennis courts and hotel accommodation, as well as a Swiss-style chalet with a history of more than 50 years. Today, as a “tourist town” in Launceston, Grindelwald attracts many tourists every year. It is very pleasant to take a walk around the lake and have a cup of coffee on the side of the road.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Sheffield, Sheffield, Tasmania
Built in 1859, Sheffield is a literary mural town. The town's murals can be seen everywhere. When you walk into the town, you enter the world of murals. The whole town is like a three-dimensional picture book. Murals, ATMs, record stores, cafes, restaurants, even the ruined houses are romantic and dreamy by murals. Crazy artists and professional painters almost leave the town without a half-wall, so it has the reputation of “the city of murals”. Different from the natural scenery of the fertile cattle and sheep in the Tasmania, the town is here to experience the rich and full of humanity.
Even the impromptu graffiti in the town's murals are from the hands of contemporary master artists. In 2007, Hong Kong singer Eason Chan came here and followed the local customs to create a mural. The content is that he walked alone on the Cradle Mountain in Tasmania and wanted to be alone. Because of his paintings, the town was later popular with Chinese tourists. In the past ten years, the annual award-winning murals displayed in the town center have been changing, and only Eason Chan's paintings have been retained to this day (news news: Eason's masterpiece has been temporarily closed due to the need for repair).
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park, Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park, Tasmania
Located in the Central Highlands area of northern Tasmani, Cradle Mountain is named after its rolling mountain-like cradle and is one of Tasmania's most recognizable natural landscapes, and Together, Lake St Clair forms the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park.
Although Cradle Mountain and Lake St Clair are in the same national park, there is no road connection between the two places. The nearest city to Cradle Mountain is Devonport, the northern port city of Tajima, about 75 kilometers away.
There is no road connection between Cradle Mountain and Lake St Clair, but there is a 65-kilometer Overland Track. The Cradle Mountain and St. Clair Lake are the starting and ending points respectively. It takes about 6 days to complete the journey. Every year, this trail attracts hundreds of hikers to realize their dreams. The hikers will climb the highest peaks of Tasmania and the surrounding mountains and rivers.
Duration: 2 hours
Departure Point :Traveler pickup is offered
Please inform us of your accommodation details by email (international mobile number may not be available) so that we can determine the specific pick-up time and accommodation address.Airports
- Hobart Airport, Hobart, Tasmania Australia
Departure Time :9:30 AM
Return Detail :-
Hotel Pickup :
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not recommended for travelers with back problems
- No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
- Most travelers can participate
- Near public transportation
- Not wheelchair accessible
- This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
- This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
- You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
- For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.