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Enjoy The Best Of What North West Tassie Has To Offer With These 6 Tour Operators

North West Tasmania is a treasure trove of natural wonders, breathtaking scenery, talented primary producers and world class produce. So understandably, it can be difficult to narrow down just where to go and what to see. Plus, let’s be honest, sometimes you just don’t want to think when you’re on holiday – are we right? Well, these six fantastic tour operators in Tassie’s North West will take you to all the hotspots, show you the ins and outs and allow you to feast on delicious produce – all while you just sit back, relax and take it all in.

1.   Sample Tassie’s finest produce with Unearthed Tours.

Meet the farmers and producers behind Tassie’s famous local produce with Unearthed Tours – a tour group for food lovers that visits all the fantastic foodie destinations and sight-seeing attractions in North and North West Tassie. Owned by brothers Stuart and Todd Ashdown, choose from a vast range of tour itineraries that feature the perfect mix of Tasmanian wilderness and delicious produce. All tours are seven hours and include pickup and return transfer from your accommodation when staying in the Burnie and Devonport area. Find out more about Unearthed Tours and booking information by heading to their website.


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2. Witness North West Tassie’s most beautiful natural marvels with Cradle Coast Tours.

On Cradle Coast Tours, you’re guaranteed to see some of North West Tassie’s most beautiful natural marvels. Hosted by experienced guides Howard and Juliet Smith, choose from one day tours for a quick taste, or a three-day tour if you’re wanting a more in-depth experience. All tours include pickup and return transfer from your accommodation when staying in Devonport, Ulverstone or Burnie. Find out more information on the different Cradle Coast Tours and booking information by heading to their website.

3. Enjoy panoramic coastal views with Table Cape Lighthouse Tours.

This fantastic short walking tour departs during October only and takes approx. 30-minutes return. You will climb to the top of a carefully maintained lighthouse and be rewarded by panoramic views of rugged coastline, all while learning about North West Tasmania’s exciting maritime history. The tour departs 5kms from the town of Wynyard, in Tassie’s North West. For more information on Table Cape Lighthouse Tours and booking details, head to their website.

4. Explore North West Tassie’s hidden treasures on Murray’s Day Out tour.

With an avid Tasmanian explorer at the helm, spend the day visiting Tasmania’s hidden treasures with Murray’s Day Out. And who better to impart their local knowledge and wisdom than someone with 30-years of knowledge? Murray’s Day Out offers personalised experiences and day tours to areas less frequented around Tasmania. Visitors can choose from ‘quick pick’ day tour itinerary options (all including lunch) around North West Tasmania, as well as Northern Tasmania. Pick-up can be arranged from home or your accommodation in major metropolitan areas. Individual itineraries can also be organised, including multi-day itineraries running from three to six days. Find out more information on Murray’s Day Out tour options and booking information by heading to their website.


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5.  Take in Tassie from different angles with Tall Timbers Adventure Tours.

This is a great tour option for adventure seekers or those looking to experience Tassie’s wild North West wilderness. Catering for different interests and group sizes, take your pick of guided adventure tours riding on the back of a four-wheel drive, or helicoptering over the majestic rainforests of the Tarkine wilderness. All tours include morning tea and/or lunch. Find out more about Tall Timbers Adventure Tours or their booking information by heading to their website.

6. Sip on North West Tassie’s finest liquor with The Brew Hop.

Finally, this fantastic tour is the perfect opportunity for whiskey and gin lovers alike to taste Tassie’s finest brews. Tour around the North West Tasmanian breweries and distilleries with experienced guide, Harrison Westlake, who is a Certified Cicerone and has 15-years-experience. Pickup can be arranged from any accommodation around the Devonport area, as well as from Launceston if organised in advance. Find out more about The Brew Hop tour options and booking information by heading to their website.

There’s a tour option for everyone in North West  and they’re all designed for you to enjoy the best of what North West Tasmania has to offer. So come, sample our food, wine and liquor, meet our talented primary producers, wander around our magnificent rainforests… or zoom through them on a four-wheel drive if you’d prefer. The tour operators on the North West are experts in Tasmanian travel itineraries and are ready to share their in-depth knowledge with you.

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