TASMANIA HOBERT : 4Days / 3Nights

Australia is the smallest continent in the world. It is also the 6th largest country in the world, after Russia, Canada, China, USA, and Brazil. There are over 20 million people living in Australia. Australia is divided into six states and two territories.

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Australia is the smallest continent in the world. It is also the 6th largest country in the world, after Russia, Canada, China, USA, and Brazil. There are over 20 million people living in Australia. Australia is divided into six states and two territories.

Australia is a country, and continent, surrounded by the Indian and Pacific oceans. Its major cities – Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide – are coastal, but its capital, Canberra, is inland and nicknamed the "Bush Capital." The country is known for its Sydney Opera House, Great Barrier Reef, the vast Outback (interior desert wilderness) and unique animal species including kangaroos and duck-billed platypuses.

Australia is an island with most of its population living around its coastline. The coastline has many beaches and reefs that are popular with surfers and divers such as the Great Barrier Reef, Bondi Beach and Surfers Paradise. The centre of Australia is mostly desert with very little water. The famous Ayres Rock or Uluru is found here and is a popular tourist attraction. The Australian Alps are on the south-east side of Australia. The highest mountain, Mount Kosciusko is a great place to go during the summer for hiking and skiing during the winter months.

In the North of Australia you can find rainforests and warmer weather as it is close to the tropics. The Daintree Rainforest is famous for its beauty and hiking trails.

Facts & Figures

Official Name : Commonwealth of Australia

Capital City : Canberra

Main Cities : Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Darwin.

Area : 7,682,300 sq. km

Climate : Ranges from tropical to temperate. Most of Australia is arid land or desert.

Population : 21,575,341

Ethinic Makeup : Nationals from over 140 countries. Predominantly European descent.

Language : English

Government : Democratic Federal system comprising six states and two territories.

Eletricity : 240 volts

Telephone : Australia's country code is 61.

Currency : Australian Dollar

Time Difference : Australia has three time zones.

Day1 Must Arrive Hobart Airport by 1000hrs and SIC Airport Shuttle Transfer to your Hobart Hotel. Check in. Proceed on own to the nearest pickup point to Join SIC Afternoon (1300hrs) Half DayHobart Highlights). Overnight stay at your hotel .

Day2 Breakfast. Full Day SIC Grand Port Arthur Tour . Overnight stay at your hotel.

Day3 Breakfast. This Morning join the Full Day SIC Bruny Island Wilderness Coast Tour with Cruise, Seals& Wildlife from Pennicott Wilderness Journeys office '- No Hotel Pickup & Drop - pax to Join by 0745hrs from Pennicott Journeys Office at Franklin Wharf, next to Elizabeth St Pier & Constitution Dock Lifting Bridge. EXPERIENCE… the awesome power of the mighty Southern Ocean, wave carved sea stacks, remote islands, beaches and bays, kelp forests, towering cliffs and the deep sea caves of South Bruny Island National Park. Sea eagles,albatross, dolphins, seals and even migrating whales. These are just a few of the experiences you’ll discover as you cruise from Adventure Bay to The Friars with Bruny Island Cruises. As you cruise out of Adventure Bay, rounding Penguin Island then Fluted Cape alongside the South Bruny National Park you’ll discover a remote and wonderful place. You’ll drift up close and witness the awesome ‘Breathing Rock’, enter deep sea caves, pass through the narrow gap between the sheer cliffs and The Monument and feel the power of nature at the point where the Tasman Sea meets the might of the Southern Ocean. WILDLIFE - You’ll soon begin to encounter the region’s remarkable wildlife; keep a close lookout for sea eagles soaring above the crags, pods of dolphins surfing the bow wave, albatross wheeling on the wind and shearwaters ‘ skimming the swells. Southward at The Friars, where the Tasman Sea meets the Southern Ocean, you’ll drift quietly past rare nesting seabirds and a large haul-out, home to thousands of seals. These inquisitive creatures often swimming out to investigate The boat. Wildlife commonly seen includes: Australian & New Zealand Fur Seals, Common & Bottlenose Dolphins, Whales such as the Southern Right & Humpback whilst migrating between September to December and May to July, Seabird feeding frenzies including rafts of tens of thousands of Shearwaters, Diving Gannets, Terns, Little Penguins, Petrels, Cormorants, Sea Eagles and Albatross wheeling on the wind, Rare encounters with Killer Whales and Great White Sharks, etc.

Day4 Breakfast. Check out and depart to Hobart Airport by SIC for your onward flight .



  • Accommodation at the Hotels ( 3 star/ 4 star/ 5 star) in each cities
  • Daily Breakfast at hotel
  • All tours & transfer inclusive as per itinerary
  • All tours & Transfer on Seat in Coach basis (except where as mentioned “no transfer”)
  • All applicable hotel taxes


  • No Lunch & Dinner (other than the ones mentioned above)
  • Any airfare
  • Pre-registration or late check-out of rooms
  • Any item of personal nature like porterage & tips, laundry, telephone calls, beverages, mineral water etc
  • Any services or meal other than the ones mentioned above
  • Any other expense/changes due to unforeseen circumstances while in country
  • Any other thing not mentioned in program or 'Tour Itinerary'


  • Hotel is Strictly Subject to Availability at the Rates & Standard Room Category Quoted
  • Rates subject to change without prior notice
  • Minimum 2 Person required
  • Cancellation according to terms and conditions
  • Prices not valid during Block out Dates mentioned below AND Any Other NON Published Conferences/Special Events dates
  • Check In time is 1500hrs & Check Out time is 1100hrs / Confirmation is Subject to Availability at the Given Price