10 Day Tasmania Spring & Tulip Special Tour FTTST10

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From $3,999 Per Person
Departs Launceston
Returns Launceston
Difficulty Easy
Group Size 15

10 Day Tasmania Spring & Tulip Special Tour

Departs: 4th October 2022

This 10 Day 9 Night package is a 1 Departure Only – Spring Special itinerary with a strong focus on some acclaimed seasonal attractions. Table Cape Tulip Farm, Emu Valley Rhododendron Gardens, and the Woolmers Estate Rose Garden happen to bloom together for a few short weeks each year and we have them all covered.

On 5 occasions we overnight at 4-star lodgings giving this itinerary a real sense of relaxation and luxury to complement our daily activities. This 10 Day experience is perfect for nature enthusiasts, travellers looking for a refreshing holiday experience, or those who have perhaps visited Tasmania before, but not in the appropriate season to experience these attractions. Suitable for guests of all ages and physical abilities, we hope you enjoy our Spring package.


  • A delicious 2-course welcome meal
  • Guided tour of Launceston City
  • Melita Honey Farm
  • Tasmania’s honey – Leatherwood
  • Salmon Farm
  • 45 min guided tour of 41º South Salmon Farm
  • Visit Trowunna Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Visit Cradle Mountain
  • Visit Sheffield – the ‘Township of Murals’
  • Guided Tour of Woolnorth windfarm & Cape Grim cattle property
  • Guided walks through stunning Rocky Cape National Park
  • Cruise the Arthur River in the wonderful Tarkine area
  • A guided experience of the Tarkine Conservation area
  • Ascend The Nut at Stanley for panoramic views
  • Visit the Table Cape Tulip Farm in the tulip season
  • Wander the Emu Valley Rhododendron Gardens
  • A 1 hour Tamar River cruise from Launceston City
  • Visit the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Woolmers Estate


  • Enjoy 5 nights at luxurious 4-star lodgings
  • Fully accredited and experienced local guides
  • 9 nights accommodation in lodgings rated 3.5 – 4 star
  • 9 x breakfasts provided
  • 8 x lunches provided
  • One 2 course evening meal is provided in Launceston
  • Bottled water provided on the tour
  • Tea, coffee & biscuits stops included FREE
  • Attraction fees: Arthur River cruise, The Nut chairlift in Stanley and
    Woolworth Wind Farm tour
  • Entry fees and National Parks passes provided

Additional expenses incurred are 7 x evening meals & any spending money

Tour Pricing

All prices are in AUD. Land only.

Price Per Person01/04/2022-01/05/2023
Twin Share$ 3,999
Single$ 4,999

Guaranteed departure with a minimum of 4 guests.

Prices & Dates

Tour Options  


  • 1 Arrive Launceston - Tuesday October 4th (D)

    Arrive in Launceston City at your leisure today. Our tour package will begin with a hosted 2-course meal at a lovely inner-city restaurant. Your hosts will provide comprehensive tour itineraries along with a personalised map graphically depicting your 10-day journey covering
    approximately 1100kms. Tonight, we stay at the Best Western PLUS, an easy walking distance to the city mall area of Launceston.

    Accommodation: Best Western PLUS or similar

  • 2 Launceston City to Cradle Mountain - Wednesday October 5th (B, L)

    Today we spend the morning exploring downtown Launceston – Australia’s 3rd oldest capital city behind Sydney & Hobart. We see the King Bridge, City Park, inside the beautiful old Heritage-listed Post Office and of course, take a 40-minute stroll through a jewel in the city – Cataract Gorge Reserve. Soon after we head westward into the Meander Valley which is an absolutely stunning farming and pastoral area. Try locally made ice cream and honey tastings of more than 40 flavours at the renowned Melita Honey Farm in Chudleigh. Learn about Tasmania’s oldest and biggest Leatherwood Honey producer R. Stephens Honey as we pass through Mole Creek. Our lunch stop today is a true gem hidden in the forest at 41º Degrees South Salmon Farm. Take a guided stroll around the property to learn how this family operation produces Atlantic Salmon in an eco-friendly and sustainable fashion. A great opportunity to understand more about where our food comes from and how it can be produced in a responsible manner.

    A trip to Tasmania would not be complete without seeing the Tassie Devils up close and personal. Visit the Trowunna Wildlife Sanctuary to learn about this amazing little animal and its recent struggles for survival. Enjoy an interactive feeding experience with the park keepers and see wombats, quolls, pademelons, wallabies, bandicoots, and more. From here we snake our way up onto the central highlands plateau to Cradle Mountain National Park. Tonight we check in for a 2-night stay at the acclaimed and beautiful, 4 Star Cradle Mountain Hotel.

    Accommodation: Cradle Mountain Hotel or similar

  • 3 Cradle Mountain National Park - Thursday October 6th (B, L)

    Start the day with a full buffet, hot and cold banquet breakfast at Cradle Mountain Hotel. Today we allocate the entire day to exploring this wondrous park and some of the many fantastic walking tracks. Begin with fully guided walks at The Enchanted Walk and Pencil Pine Waterfall. Along the way learn about some of the oldest and rarest trees in the world.

    Visit the old “Waldheim Chalet” of pioneer Gustav Weindorfer, whose efforts helped make Cradle Mountain world-famous and bring public attention to this photographer’s paradise. Take a short drive into Dove Lake for breathtaking views of Cradle Mountain.

    This afternoon there are many walks to choose from depending on your level of fitness & ambition. The Dove Lake circuit is a manageable 3-hour loop providing stunning views the entire way around. Several iconic lookout points include the Glacier Rock
    platform and the old Boat Shed. For those inclined, slightly easier walking options are sections of the Cradle Valley Boardwalk from Snake Hill, or a stunning section of the famous Overland Track from Dove lake to Ronnie Creek. There are many great walking options to choose from today, all of them offering a rare opportunity to take in this pristine wilderness at your desired pace.

    Accommodation: Cradle Mountain Hotel or similar

  • 4 Sheffield, Devonport and Ulverstone - Friday October 7th (B, L)

    Before leaving Cradle Mountain this morning we have one final guided walk through the tangled, moss-covered forest to Kynvet falls. This feels like a magical fairyland with ancient Myrtle trees covered in all kinds of colourful mosses, lichens, and fungi.

    Visit Sheffield and stroll the ‘township of murals’ to see dozens of paintings on every available space. Our personal favourite being the giant depiction of Gustav Weindorfer accompanied by many of the local animals, keeping warm by the fire in his Cradle Mountain chalet – Waldheim.

    Shortly after leaving Sheffield stop at Devils Gate Dam which is used as part of the Tasmanian Hydroelectric Power scheme. Learn about this huge engineering project and how it provides 90% of Tasmania’s energy needs in a sustainable & renewable fashion.

    Our afternoon drive takes us to where the Mersey River meets the Bass Strait at the city of Devonport. A monument called ‘The Spirit of the Sea’ marks this nautically significant area and a lovely boardwalk stroll can be had along this famed northern coastline. Wander up to the Mersey Bluff lighthouse overlooking the infamous Bass Strait and enjoy your 1st look at Tassie’s northernmost landscape.

    Drive by Lyons House to see where the former Prime Minister of Australia (Joseph Lyons) once resided. We continue in a NorthWest direction to the township of Ulverstone for tonight’s lodgings.

    Accommodation: Beachway Motel Ulverstone or similar 

  • 5 The rugged North Coast, Woolnorth Wind Farm & Cape Grim - Saturday October 8th (B, L)

    The Bass Highway is surely one of the prettiest major highways in Australia as it snakes its way along Tassie’s north coast. In parts, we are travelling right on the water’s edge, passing through the lovely towns of Penguin & Burnie on our way to Rocky Cape National Park. Exposed, rugged, ancient, and stunningly beautiful this National Park juts out into Bass Straight and is regularly subjected to Tasmania’s most inclement weather. Hopefully, though, the sun will be shining today and we can enjoy some energising walks into this geologically wondrous park.

    In the afternoon we have planned a real local insight into an incredibly unique corner of Tasmania. The very far north-west corner of our state is a large and acclaimed cattle farming property called Woolnorth. This is one of the locations where the acclaimed Cape Grim Beef is raised & grazed. They also have Tasmania’s largest operating wind farm with 62 turbines, contributing approximately 7% of Tasmania’s total energy needs.

    Our guided farm tour experience takes us right to the base of these giant turbines and to the very edge of the imposing west coast cliffs & coastline. Feel the wind whipping from 10 000km of the uninterrupted ocean. As public access onto the farm is restricted, the best and only way to experience this area is by guided tour. Tonight we check in to the 4-star Tall Timbers hotel for a 3-night stay. Included in your package is a hosted, delicious, 2-course evening meal.

    Accommodation: Tall Timbers Smithton or similar 

  • 6 Arthur River Cruise & the ‘Edge of the World’ - Sunday October 9th (B, L)

    This morning we once again venture into the Tarkine area for a truly unique west coast experience – the Arthur River Cruise. Passing through Marrawah and the Arthur Pieman Conservation Area we cross the Arthur River Bridge, venturing deep into the Tarkine for a close-up look. Our half-day boat journey ferries into some of our most remote regions accessible by water. Enjoy entertaining commentary and spot native wildlife along the way. Lunch will be served at a scenic location up river where we can enjoy the pristine surroundings.

    In the afternoon we stop at a breathtaking location called ‘The Edge of the World’ – Tasmania’s westernmost point. See the beautiful bay and surrounding coastline of this less frequented tourist area. Overnight again in the luxurious Tall Timbers Hotel in Smithton.

    Accommodation: Tall Timbers Smithton or similar 

  • 7 The Tarkine Loop - Monday October 10th (B, L)

    A scenic drive into Tasmania’s beautiful Tarkine area is first up this morning. Not officially recognised as National Park, the Tarkine region is under constant threat from timber & mining companies seeking to exploit its natural bounty of resources. There are protests currently happening against the logging of old-growth trees in the Tarkine. We would like to share with you a selection of our favourite walks and forested areas, showcasing what a unique and stunning environment we have on our doorstep. Explore Sumac lookout, Lake Chisholm, the Milkshake Hills forest walk, and the splendid Trowutta Arch.

    Today will be a pre-arranged picnic lunch, enabling us to dine at a favourite scenic location along our travels. Overnight once again for a final night in the luxurious 4-star Tall Timbers Hotel in Smithton.

    Accommodation: Tall Timbers Smithton or similar 

  • 8 Stanley and Table Cape Tulip Farm! - Tuesday October 11th (B, L)

    We begin our morning by visiting one of the most famous landmarks on Tasmania’s north coast – The Nut at Stanley. Take the chairlift in both directions to explore the plateau of The Nut, viewing Tasmania’s rugged north coast sweeping into the horizon.

    Heading back in an easterly direction we visit Boat Harbour, surely one of the prettiest beaches in Tasmania before our much-anticipated visit to the world-famous Table Cape Tulip Farm. For a few short weeks each year this farm puts on a display of colour like nothing else found in Australia. As it happens we will be visiting at the perfect time! Rows of technicolour tulips illuminate the property in a display of Spring vibrance and joy. This will be a true highlight of our itinerary for the week, a unique tourism experience here on the Apple Isle.

    Our guided farm tour will reveal the most vibrant areas and interesting particulars of producing tulips in every colour of the rainbow. Wander the rows at your leisure, spend time, take photographs and enjoy this rare & uplifting opportunity.

    The iconic Table Cape lighthouse is another striking feature standing at the head of the property. It was an unwavering beacon to the sailors of yesteryear, ensuring safe passage along with the imposing cliffs of northern Tassie. Take an up-close look and again make the best of the Spring photo opportunities in this beautiful setting.

    After filling our boots with Springtime vibrance we continue our journey to another stunning property just outside the northern city of Burnie. The Emu Valley Garden is a not-for-profit community project boasting an acclaimed and multiaward-winning Rhododendron display. Again as luck would have it we have timed our visit with the flush of spring flowers, so the property will be awash with stunning Rhododendrons at every turn. Much smaller than Table Cape, wander this property at your leisure, sit, ponder, and absorb the peaceful ambience. A wonderful afternoon drive via an alternate route to Launceston is next, a great opportunity to relax and unwind.

    Tonight we check in once again to the Best Western PLUS, right in the heart of Launceston city and close walking distance to the main restaurant strip. This will be our lodgings for the final 2 nights of the tour package.

    Accommodation: Best Western PLUS or similar

  • 9 Tamar River Cruise and Woolmers Estate - Wednesday October 12th (B, L)

    A slightly slower pace for our final day of guided attractions. This morning we offer a scenic 1-hour cruise on the famous Tamar River, a great way to ease into our day. Sail under the King Bridge with its striking arch construction and up the gorge as far as boats can taxi.

    Next head to the UNESCO World Heritage-listed, historic property of Woolmers Estate. Founded in 1817 this property once covered thousands of acres and housed hundreds of convicts during its productive years of the 1800s & 1900s. Wander the property, learn about the Merino wool industry of the area and take a guided tour of the main residence occupied by the Thomas Archer family.

    Lunch will be on location in the acclaimed Homage restaurant overlooking the grounds. Finally, a meander through the award-winning rose garden reveals one of the most manicured displays in Tasmania. This is a fantastic property to dawdle and explore, especially during the flush of new Spring growth.

    One final stop this afternoon is at the elegant township of Evandale, renowned for antiques and locally made artisan products. Take the opportunity to amble the main street or perhaps visit one of the cute local cafes for an afternoon coffee & cake. Our day will conclude back in Launceston city at approximately 4.30 pm.

    Accommodation: Best Western PLUS or similar

  • 10 Depart Launceston - Thursday October 13th (B)

    A delicious buffet hot breakfast is included in your package today. With hotel check-out at 11 am this concludes your 10 Day package here with us in Tasmania. Guests are free to depart Launceston city at their leisure. We are sure you will have experienced some amazing scenery, culture, history, food & wine and formed friendships with guests of our travel group along the way. It has been our pleasure to host you around this fantastic and beautiful little island. Additional nights accommodation can be organised on request for those looking to extend their stay in Launceston city.

  • Please book flights arriving anytime on Day 1
  • Please book flights departing anytime after breakfast on Day 10

*We reserve the right to alter tour itineraries without notice due to climatic conditions and other circumstances outside our control.

Additional Information

COVID Vaccination Requirements

As of December 15th 2021 all guests are to be double vaccinated for COVID-19 to participate in these guided tour packages. Venues visited may also ask for proof of double vaccination. This is in line with State Government border entry requirements for tourists. Note we are happy to discuss medical or other exemptions to the COVID-19 vaccination policy.

Accommodation Pick Up and Drop Off

Complimentary pick-up and drop-off at any Hobart or Launceston CBD Hotel, depending on which location tour starts and finishes. The pickup are usually between 8.30-9.15 am. The time of pick up will be confirmed closer to departure depending on where other guests are staying. The Central Business District (CBD) is generally considered to be within a few blocks or a couple of minutes’ drive from the Hobart city mall.

Airport Transfers

Airport drop-off can be arranged in advance but will incur an airport drop-off fee of $60.

For those guests who are concluding their tours in Hobart, an Airport drop-off can be arranged in advance but will incur an airport drop-off fee of $60. Please book flights departing no earlier than 8.30pm as we cannot guarantee arriving in time in the event of delays outside our control.

Airport drop-off are not offered for our 13 Day itinerary or any itineraries that conclude in Launceston city. We recommend taxi ‘s in these scenarios.

Accommodation Pre or Post Tour Options in Hobart or Launceston

Most guests choose to stay in Hobart at The Alabama Hotel, St Ives Apartments, RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel, ibis Styles Hobart, Salamanca Suites or The Henry Jones Art Hotel.

Most guests choose to stay in Launceston at Art Hotel on York, Ashcroft Apartments, Waratah on York, Hideaway on George, The Florance, TWOFOURTWO Boutique Apartments or the Peppers Silo Hotel Launceston, or similar. Hotels may vary from the itinerary due to circumstances beyond our control.

Book your pre and post tour accommodation here.

Travel Insurance

It is HIGHLY recommended that passengers take out travel insurance. Most claims arise from either personal or close-family illness before departure resulting in cancellation charges. As a valued customer we are pleased to offer you the opportunity to purchase discounted travel insurance.  Travel Insurance Quote with CoverMore.

How many Guests will be on Tour

The largest group we take in a vehicle is 15 passengers. The vehicle you will travel in depends on passenger bookings. There are 3 different size vehicles. ‘Maximum Passengers’ policy is:

  • Toyota HiAce – Licensed to carry 14, no more than 11 passengers in this vehicle.
  • Iveco Mini Bus Daily – Executive model. Licensed to carry 17 but we guarantee never more than 12 guests.
  • Yutong Coach – Half-size coach bus. Licensed to carry 23, no more than 15 passengers in this vehicle.

Packing Suggestions

Generally, the weather over the tourist season is warm during the day and cool at night. It is recommended to pack a warm jacket for Tasmania regardless of the time of the year you are traveling.

  • Digital camera or camcorder
  • Walking shoes. Although most walking tracks are easy and established, good walking shoes will come in handy.
  • A pair of jeans or similar, a pair of shorts in summer.
  • Sunglasses, sun cream, and a hat.
  • A small torch if you want to search wildlife at night at Cradle Mountain.
  • A raincoat or jacket

Wi-Fi Access

Most of the accommodations offer free Wi-Fi. It may be slower than you are used to due to the remote locations. Wi-Fi may only be available when close to the reception building.

Mobile or Cell Phone Coverage  

The only cell phone network that has a reliable signal in most locations is TELSTRA network. Vodafone & Optus sim cards will usually have signal only in major cities or towns. Public phones are widely available, some have the option of payment on credit cards.

Be aware that some confirmed bookings are not refundable if cancelled, and also may not be transferable to another date or otherwise changed. Alternatively, a change may only be permissible subject to payment of an additional fee or charge. Your entitlement to a refund for cancelled bookings is subject to the relevant Supplier’s terms and conditions. Please note that if we are entitled to a service fee for placing a booking, we will remain entitled to this fee if you cancel the booking or the Supplier fails to provide you with the Product for any reason (other than our default), including in an event of Force Majeure. We will be entitled to deduct our service fee from any refund we receive on your behalf before remitting the balance to you. Suppliers’ fees are outlined in their relevant terms and conditions.

Please review the Terms and Conditions and Schedule of Fees prior to making a booking.

A note on COVID-19 related cancellations: If your tour departure date is cancelled/postponed or affected by state or federal government imposed lockdowns or border restrictions due to COVID-19 you will receive a 100% credit on your tour booking. No re-booking fees will be charged. This policy will apply right up until the day of departure.

We have taken this measure to ensure that guests can book with the confidence they will be treated fairly in the event of another COVID-19 outbreak leading to border or travel restrictions. In this event guests will be entitled to the full credit or refund of their booking regardless of how soon it occurs to their departure date. Some additional information regarding COVID-19 cancellations is available on our FAQ’s page or feel free to contact us directly for more information and clarity on this policy.

The below cancellation policy table outlines our required notice periods under normal circumstances for non-COVID related cancellations.

Standard Cancellation Policy
Notice in Days Refund Email To Advise of Cancellation
50+ Days Notice              80% Refund
22 – 49 Days Notice       75% Refund
10 – 21 Days Notice        50% Refund
1 – 9 Days Notice             0% Refund

As we plan our tours, food and accommodation in advance our policy is necessary to ensure all out-of-pocket expenses are covered in the unfortunate event of a cancellation. We recommend all guests purchase travel insurance when booking tours.

Travel Insurance
As a valued customer we are pleased to offer you the opportunity to purchase discounted travel insurance. It is HIGHLY recommended that passengers take out travel insurance. As a valued customer we are pleased to offer you the opportunity get a quote from Cover-More Travel Insurance.

Credit Card Payments
Credit Card Customer Payment Link enter this link into your browser: pay.travelpay.com.au/AUSTC

If paying via the Customer Payment Link, please ensure you complete all fields and ensure you enter the correct Trip Reference Number, so we can identify your payment.

Credit card surcharges will apply when paying by credit card. We accept all credit cards and relevant credit card fee is applied when processing: Mastercard – 1.30%, Visa – 1.50%, American Express – 2.20%, Diners Card – 2.75%, International Credit Cards – 3.25%

Direct Deposit
Direct Deposit payments take up to 3 business days to process. Please notify your consultant of your payment once it has been processed.

Commonwealth Bank: Australian Tours and Cruises
Reference: Trip Number
BSB: 062-504 Account: 1066 1268
Branch Address: 171 Howick Street Bathurst NSW 2795
International Direct Deposit: Add $25 for bank fees

Tour Reviews

Even though I had previously visited Tasmania I discovered lots more to see. The itinerary had variety along with comfortable accommodation and good food accompanied by informative commentary. I enjoyed the history, wine and food tastings and walks in the spectacular National Parks and along the beach. Morgan always ensured there was an alternate activity for those unable to walk too far. He was helpful at all times in many different ways. Well Done! Gaye McKay

The scenery was spectacular, and the places we visited were very interesting, from lakes and mountains to seahorses. Roberts knowledge of everything was much appreciated, as was the afternoon tea and biscuits! The food was great as was the company of the other travellers. This is a tour for singles or couples who like something a bit different. Definitely recommended. Pam W

Attended the 6 day group tour with Robert as our guide. I had been to Hobart several times and wanted to see more of Tasmania without having to do all of the homework and planning. This was a wonderful trip that touched on areas like Cradle Mountain, Launceston, and small mining towns on the west coast. The planning and schedule was seamlessly run and chosen accommodation was very comfortable. The real value for me on the tour was being able to enjoy my surroundings without having my head stuck in a map and it was also fun to travel with others as I am normally a solo traveller. Also, it was quite obvious how much enthusiasm and knowledge Robert had for the different areas. His introduction to the various places we visited always put us in very good stead with the owners and operators of the different establishments. Would thoroughly recommend this tour for anyone who likes to see a lot but wants a break from planning it all themselves. I’ve had plenty of experience planning itineraries for myself and this was a much more enjoyable and less stressful way to enjoy my holiday 🙂 Laura Santiago


  • Are there concession discounts?
    Pensioners (Australia or New Zealand) and Seniors Card holders (Australia) save with our concession discounts on selected tours. Ask our friendly team which tours you can get a discount on.
  • Are your tours suitable for pensioners aged 76 and 84 ?
    Yes, Tasmania tours passengers range from children to adult who are 90 years of age.
  • Transfer By Public Bus In Tasmania
    There are two Public Bus companies that operate between Hobart, Launceston, Devonport and other places inside Tasmania. You can see these here: Redline Coach and Tassie Link. Redline Coach also does airport to hotel transfers.
  • Do you have any tours on offer during June, July or August ?
    Due to our off season of winter, no Tasmania tours operate during the months of June, July or August. The season starts in September and ends in May each year.
  • Is accommodation the night after the tour ends included in the price ?
    No, this accommodation will cost extra.
  • Is accommodation the night previous to the tour departure included in the price ?
    No, this Tasmania accommodation will be an extra cost.
  • Where is the meeting point for the start of tours ?
    The pick up is at the “before tour accommodation” hotel listed in the TRIP NOTES tabs of the specific tour you are looking at.
  • Do I need to arrive before Day 1 of my tour ?
    Please refer to your specific tour and look in the “Trip Notes” information where it may state this: You need to arrive any time the day prior to Day 1. If this is the case we can organise airport pick up and pre tour accommodation on your behalf, this will be an extra cost.

    Other tours start late in the day on Day 1 so you can arrive that morning which will avoid the extra nights accommodation cost.

    Please refer to the “Trip Notes” information for your specific tour which will explain this further.

  • How do you calculate the number of days for your Tasmania tour ?
    If you are doing a 4 day tour commencing on April 8th, the first day of the tour is and includes the 8th, plus 9th, plus 10th plus 11th and the tour ends on April 11.
  • Do your tours operate over Christmas and New Year?
    Yes – this is one of our most popular and busiest times
  • Are airfares from my home town included in the cost of the tours ?
    Airfares to and from Tasmania at the start and finish of your tours are extra.
  • Do you have short tours that include Bruny Island ?
    No tours include a trip to Bruny Island, however many people add this on as a day trip from Hobart either before or are after their multi day tour.
  • Does the price include The Spirit Of Tasmania ship fares ?
    The 11 Day Tour to Tasmania includes the Ship costs one way.
  • Payment Options
    We use TravelPay to process credit cards as it is recommended by AFTA (The Australian Federation of Travel Agents) as it provides protection in the event of supplier insolvency.

    Credit Card Customer Payment Link enter this link into your browser: pay.travelpay.com.au/AUSTC

    If paying via the Customer Payment Link, please ensure you complete all fields and ensure you enter the correct Trip Reference Number, so we can identify your payment. Remember that ‘TravelPay’ will appear on your credit card statement.

    Credit card surcharges will apply when paying by credit card. We accept all credit cards and relevant credit card fee is applied when processing: Mastercard – 1.30%, Visa – 1.50%, American Express – 2.20%, Diners Card – 2.75%, International Credit Cards – 3.25%

    Direct Deposit payments take up to 3 business days to process. Please notify your consultant of your payment once it has been processed.

    Commonwealth Bank – Australian Tours and Cruises

    Reference: Trip Number

    BSB: 062-504    Account: 1066 1268

    International Direct Deposit: Add $25 for bank fees


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    Travel Insurance

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