• Day 1

    Outbound international flight to Hobart

    Stay: Satellite Island (2 nights)​​

    Your Stay

    Satellite Island

    Previously home to a reclusive writer, painter and poet, the 84-acre whale-shaped Satellite Island is an utterly unspoilt family owned private island hideaway with 360-degree views of Southern Hemisphere wilderness.

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  • Day 2

    Satellite Island

    Satellite Island has never before been accessible to the public. It remains utterly un-spoilt. With 360° views of this southern hemisphere wilderness—a mix of beautiful native bush, ancient blue gums, sheer sea cliffs, pebble beaches and sunny coves— a secluded secret hideaway, yours alone to explore.

    Here it’s about slowing life down and enjoying the simple things: a bonfire on the top of the island at sunset; a long lunch at the Boathouse on the water’s edge; cooking freshly caught fish over a fire on the pebble beach; fishing at dusk off the jetty; shucking wild oysters straight from the sea; diving for urchin, abalone and mussels; watching the sunset across the Southern Ocean at Last Glimpse Point; watching the sunrise over nearby Bruny Island; or swimming in the pristine waters surrounding the island.​

  • Day 3

    Satellite Island to Hobart

    Journey Time: 1 hour, 30 minutes (private car transfer)

    Stay: The Henry Jones Art Hotel (2 nights)​​

    Your Stay

    The Henry Jones Art Hotel

    Modern art, heritage architecture and guest room technology combine to create Australia’s first and only dedicated ‘art hotel’. Converted from an old warehouse and jam factory on Hobart’s waterfront, the hotel exhibits more than 250 works of art.

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  • Day 4


    Hobart, Tasmania’s capital, is also Australia’s second oldest city and lies in the foothills of Mount Wellington, where a hotchpotch of colonial architecture, mid-rise modern builds and nature’s charms have produced an energetic urban centre where life is never taken too seriously, and where you are only ever minutes from a wilderness in which to lose yourself – should you have enough of the spirited café culture.​

  • Day 5

    Hobart to Freycinet National Park

    Drive Time: 3 hours | Distance: 110 miles

    Stay: Saffire Freycinet (3 nights)​

    Your Stay

    Saffire Freycinet

    Distinct in style, exclusive in its features, and set apart by its approach to uncompromised service, this premium boutique property is truly in touch with the beauty and depth of nature.

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  • Days 6-7

    Freycinet National Park

    Sticking out into the sea on Tasmania's mild east coast is the rugged and beautiful Freycinet Peninsula. Freycinet National Park consists of knuckles of granite mountains all but surrounded by azure bays and white sand beaches. Towering pink-hued mountains, known as the Hazards, shadow the landscape, and at their foot are the calm, blue waters of Wineglass Bay. Explore the picturesque Friendly Beaches, dine on an abundance of fresh seafood, and spend the night at one of Australia’s most exclusive luxury lodges.​

  • Day 8

    Freycinet National Park to Cradle Mountain National Park

    Drive Time: 4 hours, 30 minutes | Distance: 168 miles

    Stay: Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge (2 nights)​​

    Your Stay

    Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge

    This serene retreat showcases the best Cradle Mountain has to offer, steeped by breathtaking mountain surroundings, and is widely considered one of Australia’s iconic wilderness experiences.

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  • Day 9

    Cradle Mountain National Park

    You'll feel a million miles from modern life when you glimpse the jagged dolerite peaks of Cradle Mountain across the mirrored waters of Dove Lake. It's a wilderness vision that draws travellers to World Heritage-listed Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park time and time again.

    Formed by glacial forces during the last Ice Age, the park has vegetation unlike anything you'll find on Australia's mainland. Walk round silent, mirrored Dove Lake, past waterfalls and through the myrtle beech and pencil pine of the Ballroom Forest. Or lose between one to five hours on one of the other popular walks including Hanson's Peak, Twisted Lakes, Lake Rodway and Lake Lila.​​

  • Day 10

    Cradle Mountain National Park to Launceston

    Drive Time: 2 hours | Distance: 80 miles

    Weatherboard Victorian houses dot the hilly streets of Launceston, Tasmania's second-largest city. Wander through century-old parks and explore Cataract Gorge, an enchanting wilderness, just minutes from the city centre. Stroll through the fern-fringed gully, climb or abseil the gorge's walls or take in panoramic views on the chairlift. Check out the restaurants lining the city's revitalised seafront, where the boardwalk leads to Inveresk and one of Australia's best regional galleries.

    Stay: Quamby Estate (1 night)​​

    Your Stay

    Quamby Estate

    One of Tasmania’s most prestigious, historically significant properties with 10 luxuriously appointed homestead rooms, set in the beautiful Meander Valley, and surrounded by salmon farms, cheese-makers, truffle-growers and wineries.

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  • Day 11


    Depart Launceston for your international flight back to London Heathrow.​

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