Tasmanian Day Tours: Things To Do In Tasmania – Day tours departing from Launceston or Scottsdale in northern Tasmania combining nature with food and wine experiences. Wine and dine by the campfire with kangaroos in the wilderness or in the vineyards, see sensational natural landscapes, interact with wildlife and visit alpine peaks.  Meet Tasmanian devils, visit Ben Lomond or Mt William National Parks, Mt Victoria Forest Reserve and the Tamar Valley Vineyards.


Spectacular Tasmanian wildlife viewing experience with campfire dining. See forester kangaroos, brush-tail possums, eastern quolls and Tasmanian pademelons while wombats and Bennett's wallaby graze close by.


A Tasmanian day tour visiting the craggy alpine peaks of Ben Lomond  before travelling the Roses Tier forests to a relaxing afternoon of campfire dining with the kangaroos.

A Tasmanian day tour focusing on wildlife and wine. A private tour at Trowunna Wildlife Sanctuary combined with award winning Tamar Valley wining and dining at Relbia.


Tasmanian Day Tour of Bird Watching in spectacular coastal and forest habitats. Visit an array of landscapes to view a diverse range of bird species

A Tasmania day tour of contrasts while visiting the magnificent alpine peaks of Ben Lomond National Park before wining and dining at Josef Chromy and Velo Vineyards

Tasmanian day tour going off the beaten track to see some of the spectacular north east Tasmanian waterfalls and wilderness, extraordinary and unique geology, forests and landscapes

A day of exploring the far corner of north east Tasmania with beach walks, wildlife and birdlife. Enjoy a picnic lunch with the wallabies before visiting Little Blue Lake and investigating tunnel life on the return journey.

Superb wining and dining in Tasmania's Sparkling Pipers and Tamar Valley wine regions exploring a mix of rustic and modern vineyard tasting rooms with a restaurant lunch included

A cruisey day out in the Pipers River Wine region where diverse landscapes compliment the local vineyards. With a climate close to that of Champagne in France, this region is known simply as ‘Sparkling Tasmania’