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  1. Australia
  2. Tasmania
  3. Launceston
  4. Bay of Fires

Bay of Fires Day Tour from Launceston

Product ID: 48547
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Get away from the crowds and reflect on how wonderful Mother Nature is as you visit relaxing, peaceful beautiful locations on Tasmania's east coast.
About this activity
Duration 10 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
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Live tour guide
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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  • Explore the Bridestowe Lavender Farm
  • Take a short walk through magical moss covered trees in the Myrtle Rainforest
  • Enjoy the stunning views at the Bay of Fires and Binalong Bay
  • Taste some delicious fresh oysters straight from the farm at Lease 65
Full description
Enjoy the rolling green hills of the east coast countryside as you journey through quaint townships before arriving at Bridestowe Lavender Farm. Explore the farm before continuing on to the Myrtle Rainforest, walk along the Welborough Pass through the magical moss covered trees.

The next stop is by far one of the prettiest places in Tasmania, the Bay Of Fires. With its orange lichen covered rocky outcrops and pristine beaches, the Bay Of Fires is truly beautiful.

Visit Binalong Bay for a beach experience as well as having the opportunity to walk along the remote Taylor's Beach. A tasting of fresh Oysters at Lease 65 should satisfy your taste buds before heading onto the quaint town of St Helens. On the way back to Launceston enjoy the scenic views. 
  • Guided coach tour
  • Oyster tasting
  • Lavender Farm visit
What’s Not Included
  • Lunch and drinks

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Meeting point

Cornwall Square Transit Centre, Launceston

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Gray Line Australia

Product ID: 48547