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Take a small-group day trip with your knowledgeable and friendly local tour guide Howard, who is ready to show you around the magnificent Stanley and The Nut!
Take a small-group day trip with a knowledgeable and friendly local tour guide who is ready to show you around the magnificent icon; Cradle Mountain! Marvel at Dove Lake, as well having time to do a relaxing walk. Your tour takes in a range of magnificent scenery, from rolling hills and forest, to pretty coastal villages, such as Penguin.
A relaxing day exploring all the best food and wine that Northern Tasmania has to offer! The Tamar River, flows from the Bass Strait, right into the city of Launceston. It has forged a vibrant, fertile valley and winds its way through lush farmland, natural forests, plentiful orchards, and gorgeous vineyards dotted along its banks. On this trip, you will have the chance to taste the famous cheeses from Ashgrove and visit the Raspberry Farm as you head to the Tamar Valley wine route. The Tamar Valley wine route features many picturesque towns and natural attraction, providing tourists and locals with a diverse area to explore and appreciate. Tamar Valley wine tours route follows the river, taking in all the art, crafts, museums, pubs, and multitude of vineyards this region is famous for. This is the ideal tour for everyone who loves world-class food and wine, enjoyed against the backdrop of stunning scenery. Enjoy a genuine taste of this extraordinary part of Tasmania has to offer.
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