3-Days Itinerary To Explore Tassie

Even though the season in Australia at that time was winter, the season cannot stop me from going somewhere. Because of the thoughts that I will be leaving Australia in August in that same year of 2013 and thinking that I will never be returning again during my first project, I really planned to see as much as I can while I am still in Australia. One of the plans that I made and put it into reality is to go to Tasmania or commonly called Tas or Tassie, the largest island following the mainland of Australia.

When I was planning to visit the island, I knew for myself, that if I wanted to see lot of places in Tasmania in just few days, the options available are either rent and drive a car then go to many places or join a multiple day tours available in the island. Driving is not an option to me since I don’t drive. My option left is to join a group tour. Because of that I searched if there are multiple days tour available for the island and after sometime of searching, I found a tour that fits my plan and I booked a 3-Days tour. Then, it followed by booking flights and accommodation.

The 3-Days tour that I booked was called Wild West Coast Tour of Jump Tours with the following itinerary:

Day 1: Mount Field, Russell Falls & Lake St Clair

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Tall Trees (Eucalyptus Regnans) at Mount Field National Park

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Russell Falls

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Lake St Clair

Day 2: Montezuma Falls, Strahan & Henty Dunes

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Montezuma Falls

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Strahan

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Henty Dunes

Day 3: Cradle Mountain & Sheffield

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Cradle Mountain and Dove Lake

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Sheffield

The tour that I booked starts from Hobart and ends at Launceston, two major cities in the island. So stay tune for the next post of my Tasmania adventure.

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