Rate : from $6,550

Per Person Twin Share
A Celebration of Tasmanian Food, Wine and Culture

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Gourmet Tasmania – 7 Days Launceston to Hobart with A&K

  • Indulge at Tasmania’s luxury coastal sanctuary, Saffire Freycinet
  • Discover the bizarre and brilliant at MONA
  • Get a behind-the-scenes experience at a raptor refuge
  • Tour the gourmet havens of Bruny Island and the Huon Valley

This celebration of Tasmanian food, wine and culture reveals the very best of the Apple Isle. Take a self-drive journey from Launceston to Hobart, indulging in the flavours of Freycinet, the Huon Valley and Bruny Island along the way. A day at MONA challenges your perceptions in many ways and is sure to amaze.

This is an Abercrombie & Kent private journey and can be tailor-made to fit with your travel dates and built around your desires. Depending on your preferred dates and arrangements, final pricing will vary from low season to peak season travel.

Day 1

Arrive Launceston

Collect your rental car and drive to your waterfront accommodation. Spend an afternoon at leisure wandering the heritage-listed streets of Australia’s third-oldest city.
Accommodation: Peppers Seaport Hotel


Day 2

Freycinet National Park

Journey to the East Coast, home to the majestic mountains, azure bays and white beaches of Freycinet National Park. Settle in to luxury boutique lodge, Saffire Freycinet, and soak up the landscape and views of the Hazards mountain range across Great Oyster Bay. Tonight, dine at Palate, possibly Tasmania’s most exclusive restaurant.
Meals Included: Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Saffire Freycinet


Days 3-4

Freycinet National Park

Relax, indulge and enjoy the beautiful coastal reserve with your choice of activities. Take a guided walk to stunning Wineglass Bay or enjoy private tastings at Freycinet Vineyard. Pull on waders and discover the workings of a local oyster farm before gathering around for a feast, or take time out for a complimentary spa treatment. Visit Saffire’s open-range Tasmanian devil enclosure and assist with saving this endangered species from extinction.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Saffire Freycinet


Day 5


Head south to Hobart and MONA, the breathtaking and utterly brilliant museum. Lose yourself in the contemporary collection of art and antiquities that never fails to inspire, challenge and confront. Enjoy a three-course degustation lunch at The Source with wines from Moorilla Winery. Later, make your way to Hobart newcomer MACq 01, Australia’s first story-telling hotel situated on the waterfront.
Meals Included: Breakfast & Lunch
Accommodation: MACq 01


Day 6

Huon Valley

Take a private tour to Kettering, first stopping at an inspirational raptor refuge where you are invited behind-the-scenes to observe how precious, and endangered, birds of prey are being rehabilitated and returned to the wild. Next, board the ferry to Bruny Island where you’ll discover a gourmand’s paradise first at the Bruny Island Cheese Company followed by Adventure Bay. Embrace the tranquillity of the Huon Valley and the vineyards as you laze over a locally-sourced lunch before meandering back to Hobart.
Meals Included: Breakfast & Lunch
Accommodation: MACq 01


Day 7


Drive to Hobart airport and return your vehicle before onward flight arrangements.
Meals Included: B


Per Person Twin Share: From $6,550

Single Supplement rates are available on request.

This is an Abercrombie & Kent private journey and can be tailor-made to fit with your travel dates and built around your desires. Depending on your preferred dates and arrangements, final pricing will vary from low season to peak season travel.


*Rates are subject to availability and changes without notice. Rate are based on the lowest available and may differ at time of booking. Other travel dates may be available at an additional cost.
For more information and other conditions please confirm with our Travel Specialists at time of booking.

Saffire, Freycinet

Magnificent in every detail, Saffire is defined by its subtle but chic interiors, and a fluid architectural design. Water is a strong theme here with reflective ponds, calming spas and the sanctuary’s pool. Glass has been cleverly used throughout, creating a sense that the sanctuary and the environment are the same space.

All the suites are luxuriously appointed, featuring the best in design and furnishings. The furnishings are an eclectic mix of traditional and contemporary, with locally made timber pieces alongside mid-century classics such as chairs designed by Charles and Ray Eames and Herman Miller.

Beautiful though Saffire is, however, it plays second fiddle to the surrounding landscapes. The powder-white sandy beaches are as undisturbed and uncrowded as they were in the early 1800s, when French explorer Nicholas Baudin stepped ashore. Southern Right Whales continue on their annual migration in intensely turquoise waters, and wildlife roams the heath and forests in abundance.


MACq 01 Hotel, Hobart

A unique hotel of unlimited intrigue, MACq 01 is inspired by the stories of Tasmania and its most colourful characters. Located in the heart of the historic Hobart waterfront, this storytelling hotel offers an informal luxury setting. From the rooms and decor to the service, the food, the entertainment, the views and even the people you meet within its walls, MACq 01 has been designed to offer a quintessentially Tasmanian experience like no other. Inside the hotel, you’ll encounter the essence of Tasmania amidst a cornucopia of delights: fresh Tassie produce, a roaring open fire, trinkets and curiosities of the distant past, touches of live entertainment, all surrounded by the stories and characters that have made Tasmania the unforgettable place it is today.


Peppers Seaport Hotel, Tasmania

Peppers Seaport Hotel offers luxurious, boutique accommodation with views overlooking the confluence of the North Esk and Tamar River. The hotel has been built on the site of an old dry dock in the heart of Launceston’s Old Seaport, and has been designed to resemble a ship. The nautical theme continues to the hotel’s décor with historical black and white photographs of the harbour adorning the walls. Choose to stay in either a Studio Room or spacious Suite with separate living and dining areas. All rooms benefit from a private balcony with views overlooking the marina, wharf strip or town, as well as complimentary Wi-Fi, full mini bar and babysitting services on request.

Breakfast can be enjoyed in the relaxed waterfront atmosphere of the Cube Café, while Mud Bar and Restaurant offers a fresh and modern twist on Tasmanian cuisine complemented by an extensive list of local wines. Just a short stroll from the hotel you will also find many cafés, restaurant and bars comprising the town’s thriving marina.

When exploring Launceston and the Tamar Valley, there are many local activities to enjoy; from spa treatments at Cinergee or a round of golf on one of Australia’s top ten courses to mountain biking and nature walks through the alpine wilderness. We recommend a scenic heli-flight over iconic Wineglass Bay.


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