Best of Tasmania & Country Estate

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Travel with a Cause and King Dragon are offering visitors to Tasmania something unique in Australia.

 

We are offering one of the most popular Chinese tourist tours specifically designed for English speaking travellers. Finally you will be able to see why the Chinese-only tours are so popular and successful. Experience the best of what Tasmania offers, usually reserved just for Chinese groups, but with skilled English tour guides and all English speaking participants.

 

At this special country estate, eat a traditional Australian dinner, farm fresh organic food.  Delicious Pacific Oysters, Finest Wine, A double experience of visual and taste

 

Farmers are descendants of the British Royal Farmer, with unique British Royal Horses on the farm, not only can you take pictures, but also can personally feed and interact with the horses. There are pet sheep for people with no experience with farm animals. Children can also search for lucky chicken eggs on the farm and win prizes!

  • Day 1 Tasman Island - Port Arthur Historic Site, Tasman Arch Cave, Devil's Kitchen, Chessboard Stone, Sprinkler Cave

    Transportation: automobiles

    Meals: hotel breakfast 

    Accommodation: Local or online evaluation of 4-star hotels

     

    Port Arthur is the site of exiled criminals in colonial times, the largest prison in the southern hemisphere in the 19th century, and the most well-preserved prison monument in Australia. The site covers an area of 125 hectares. The well-preserved old buildings, museums, cafes and prison sites present textured historical stories. The humanistic history of Port Arthur and the beautiful scenery of the Tasmanian Peninsula have become one of Australia’s most famous tourist hotspots. Every visitor to Tasmania will make a special trip to Port Arthur. On the way, we will also visit the four natural wonders of the Tasman Peninsula: Tasman Arch Cave, Devil's Kitchen, Chessboard Stone and Water Jet Cave. Come back to the farm in the evening and feel the authentic farm style of Australia.

     

    Day 2 farm experience - Wellington Hill – Australia’s oldest Brewery – Famous Salamanca Place and the largest street market in Australia - Richmond Australia’s Ancient Town

    Transportation: automobiles

    Meals: hotel breakfast

    Accommodation: Local or online evaluation of three to five-star hotels

     

    Hobart, the capital of Tasmania, is located in the southeastern corner of the Island. This remote deep water harbour is the second oldest city in Australia after Sydney and one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It is backed by Mount Wellington and is surrounded by pristine mountains and rivers.

     

    Testimonials: “In the morning, I visited the picturesque town of Richmond, the old stone bridge and the stone church. The time seems to have gone back 100 years. This is also the scene of Taiwan's micro-film "Heart beating Again.”

     

    “At noon, I enjoyed lunch at Elizabeth Wharf, enjoying the tranquil seascape and sailing boats. It was very pleasant. Next, we will go to Salamanca Square. In the afternoon, he explored Mount Wellington, which we had visited before, overlooking the whole of Hobart. Then I went to Cascade Brewery, Australia's oldest brewery, which collects spring water from Wellington Hill and uses traditional methods to produce a variety of different flavours of beer with unique taste.”

     

    Day 3 East Coast - Jam Farm - Swansea - Coles Bay - Honeymoon Bay - Wine Glass Bay

    Transportation: automobiles

    Meals: hotel breakfast

    Accommodation: Local or online evaluation of three to five-star hotels

     

    Wineglass Bay is located in the amazingly beautiful and spectacular Freycinet Peninsula on the east coast of Tasmania. In 1999, the American travel magazine Outside named Wineglass Bay as one of the "ten most beautiful beaches in the world". The perfect curves of the white beach and the blue-green ocean of Wineglass Bay form an unforgettable picture, which looks like a glass of blue-green wine from afar, waiting for passers-by to taste. From Wineglass Bay with breezes blowing, the waves gently beating the beach, on the beach discover novel shells of different shapes. Hiding behind the mountains, the beach and the Tasman Sea form a distinct half-moon shape, which looks like a natural wine glass from the Wineglass Bay Lookout. It only takes about an hour and a half to get to the top of the mountain and see the whole picture. If you are lucky, you can also have close contact with wild kangaroos in the parking lot of the Bay. At noon in the famous seafood restaurant, we will taste the most delicious Pacific oysters, so that each taste bud is full of fresh sweet taste, endless aftertaste! On the way, we will also visit jam farms, coastal towns Swansea, Coles Bay, Honeymoon Bay and so on.


     

    Day 4 Cradle Hill - Lake Dove - Mural Town

     

    Transportation: automobiles

    Meals: hotel breakfast

    Accommodation: Local or online evaluation of three to five-star hotels

     

    In the morning, we set out for Cradle Mountain, located at the northern end of the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, which is the most famous hiking route and part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. The beautiful Rocking Blue Mountain is reflected leisurely on the calm surface of Lake Dove, which is a classic picture in the photographer's lens. On the way, you will also visit Sheffield, a fresco town, where you can also enjoy exquisite frescoes. Hong Kong pop singer Chen Yixun, Chinese actors Li Chen and Zhang Xinyu left their murals here.



     

    Day 5 Longford Swiss Cultural Village, Tamar Valley Winery, Cadenet Canyon Honey Farm, Ross Township, Lavender Farm (December-January)

     

    Transportation: automobiles

     

    Meals: breakfast: lunch in the hotel: no dinner

     

    Accommodation: Local or online evaluation of three to five-star hotels

     

    Launceston is Tasmania's second largest city and a stronghold to northern Tasmania. The city has many Victorian buildings, filled with the atmosphere of past history. First of all, we will drive to the Swiss Cultural Village, along which we can enjoy the beautiful scenery along the Tamar River. After that, they will go to the winery to taste wine. This is a wine lover's paradise. It is the main wine producing area in Tasmania. It is famous for sparkling and Pinot Noir wines. After lunch, drive to the spectacular Cataract Gorge Reserve, a 15-minute drive from downtown, where you can see this rare wild setting, including a river-crossing pedestrian cable bridge built in 1904, a beautiful Victoria garden, the world's longest single-cable-chair aerial cable car across the canyon (which you can ride at your own expense) and a rugged trail along a cliff. In the afternoon, we return to Hobart from Longford, where Tasmania-specific "leatherwood" honey from the honey farm in Perth and visit Ross can be purchased. During the lavender season from December to January, we will visit the largest filamentous lavender farm in the  Southern hemisphere, where you can buy famous lavender Teddy Bears and lavender products.

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