Highlights of Tasmania 11 days of exploring breathtaking nature and beautiful coastlines 11 Days 1,096 Kms 6 Stops 112+ wineries The smallest state of Australia, Tasmania, is a place not to be missed. The breathtaking nature and beautiful coastlines provide a scenic backdrop for your journey. Visit Australia’s most vibrant markets at the Salamanca market, the 200+ stalls have something for everyone. Visit Cradle Mountain and explore the scenic waterfalls, pools, moorland and rainforest. Port Arthur is a town full of convict history and makes you feel like you are travelling back in time. Finally, enjoy an eco cruise and spot seals in Hobart. Day 1: Apollo Hobart Branch Start your Tasmanian adventure in Hobart and enjoy the contrasting blend of heritage, scenery and culture the city has to offer. If you’re lucky enough to be in Hobart on a Saturday, make sure you visit Australia’s most loved and vibrant outdoor markets - the Salamanca Markets. Where to stay: Discovery Parks Hobart Day 2: Hobart to Strahan - 314kms (4 hours 35mins) From Hobart, head northwest towards your first stop - the fishing village of Strahan. Strahan is full of stories from the days of convicts and pioneers. However, these days Strahan is an iconic travel destination with delicious local produce and artisan wares. Day 3: Strahan This harbourside village is teaming with things to do. Explore the Gordon River, uncover the history of Sarah Island, or go searching for Platypuses at Hogarth Falls before enjoying the sunset over the water. Day 4: Strahan to Cradle Mountain - 138kms (1 hour 55mins) Get ready for your pinch me moments. A 2 hour drive from Strahan will find you at Cradle Mountain, one of the popular gems in Tasmania. Be sure to charge up your camera on your way, we have a feeling you’ll be using it a lot as you drive past the magnificent alpine scenery. Day 5: Cradle Mountain Dust out your hiking boots, they’re going to put to good use today. Explore some of the most jaw‑dropping scenery you’ll see in Australia on the Cradle Mountain hike. If you’re not feeling so adventurous, set up the tripod and take some photos at the famous Dove Lake. Day 6: Cradle Mountain to Launceston - 141kms (1 hour 55mins) Bade farewell to Cradle Mountain and continue your journey along to Launceston. Less than 2 hours later, arrive at one of the most populated cities in Tasmania. If you’re in the area between December and January, head north to Bridestowe Lavender Farm to spend the afternoon wrapped up in purple hues, sweet scent and endless photo opportunities. Day 7: Launceston to Freycinet - 185kms (2 hours 35mins) Prepared to be spell bound, because Freycinet really will stun you. About a 2.5 hour drive south‑west of Launceston, look forward to discovering the delights of Freycinet National Park. Day 8: Freycinet While the actual wine may be lacking, views of Wineglass Bay in Freycinet National Park certainly are not. If you would prefer to see the National Park at a more leisurely pace, board a cruise to see the park from the water. Spend day 8 of your Tasmania road trip exploring one of the must do attractions in Tasmania! Day 9: Freycinet to Port Arthur- 189kms (2 hours 45mins) Uncover Port Arthur, a town full of convict history and so much to see. And for those who want to extend your trip, the multi‑day Three Capes Track near Port Arthur is a must do hike in Tasmania. Where to stay: NRMA Port Arthur Holiday Park Day 10: Port Arthur to Hobart - 100kms (1 hour 30mins) Head back to Hobart, but not before stopping at Richmond. Only 25 minutes out of Hobart, no trip to Tasmania is complete without a photo op under the Richmond Bridge. Where to stay: Discovery Parks - Mornington Hobart Day 11: Apollo Hobart Branch Unfortunately, it's time to say farewell to your #ApolloCamper and start already planning your next trip back here! Before you leave Hobart, make sure you make a stop at The Museum of Old and New Art – Mona is Australia's largest private museum and one of the most controversial private collections of modern art and antiquities in the world. Described by its owner as a "subversive adult Disneyland", the collection includes everything from ancient Egyptian mummies to some of the world's most infamous and thought-provoking contemporary art. Ready to explore?