13 Day Complete Tassie Small Group Tour F13

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$5,995 Per Person
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$250 Per Person
Departs Hobart
Returns Hobart
Difficulty Easy
Group Size 15

13-Day Complete Tassie Tour – Hobart Return – The Best Tasmania Holiday Package

Small Group Tour

This 13-Day, 12-Night package Tasmania Tour is one of the best on offer, encompasses everything that a curious traveller could want to explore in Tasmania from the comfort of our private coach bus. Your host has parcelled together 20 years of experience exploring Tasmania and arranged an itinerary that truly reflects and showcases the diversity of Tasmania’s attractions.

Enjoy Port Arthur, the Port Arthur Lavender Farm, Bay of Fires, Cradle Mountain, Gordon River, The West Coast Wilderness Railway, The Wall, Salamanca Markets, and more.

In an anti-clockwise loop of the island, we move fast enough to sample dozens of the most scenic locations yet slow enough to relax and enjoy a ‘holiday-paced’ tour. On 3 occasions we stay at our accommodation for multiple nights, meaning you won’t need to pack and unpack those bags daily. This 13 Day experience will truly leave an amazing and lasting impression on the great value Tasmanian Tour.

There is a great 10-day Tasmania Tour option which is very popular if you would like a shorter tour.

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  • Mt Wellington Summit
  • Port Arthur Historic Site
  • 25min harbour cruise of Port Arthur
  • Lavender Farm
  • Bay of Fires
  • Nature World Tasmania’s native animals
  • Beaconsfield Heritage mine site
  • Tour of either Seahorse World or Platypus House
  • Cradle Mountain
  • Cruise the Gordon River
  • Scenic drive through UNESCO World Heritage Wild Rivers National Park
  • ‘Premium Class’ on The West Coast Wilderness Railway
  • Lake Margaret Hydro-Electric Power Station
  • Visit Lawrence Distillery
  • Visit The Wall
  • Huon Valley
  • Tahune Airwalk
  • Salamanca Markets


  • 12 nights accommodation at lodgings rated 3.5 – 4.5 star
  • ‘Single’ option will always have a private hotel room
  • 12 breakfasts and 11 lunches provided
  • 1 x evening meal and welcome drinks
  • An evening meal provided in Queenstown
  • Bottled water provided on tour
  • FREE wine, cheese, chocolate, oysters & honey tastings
  • Daily afternoon tea, coffee & biscuit stops included FREE
  • All entry fees and National Parks passes
  • All attraction fees including Gordon River cruise and West Coast Wilderness Train experience included
  • Tour is planned to arrive back in Hobart Friday evening leaving Saturday free to explore the famous Salamanca Market

Tour Pricing

All prices are in AUD. Land only.

Price Per Person01/06/2022-28/04/2025
Twin Share$ 5,995
Single$ 6,995

Guaranteed departure with a minimum of 4 guests.

Prices & Dates

Tour Options  


  • 1 Hobart (D)

    Meet and greet for an evening meal and drinks at your hotel in Hobart and get to know your host for the 13 days. Comprehensive tour itineraries will be provided along with a personalised map graphically depicting your 13-day journey which covers approximately 2000kms.

    Accommodation: Movenpick Hotel Hobart or similar

  • 2 Hobart, Richmond, Port Arthur (B L)

    Pick up from the Movenpick hotel and set off for the summit of Mt Wellington (1270m) boasting spectacular views in all directions. A short exploration around Australia’s 2nd oldest capital city of Hobart, including stops at Constitution Dock & the Cascade Brewery.

    A short stop off at the boutique Federation Chocolate factory is a must to taste what delicious and unusual flavours are available. Lunch with wine tastings at a positively charming vineyard in the Coal Valley region before proceeding to the beautiful township of Richmond. This impeccable historic settlement boasts the country’s oldest bridge still in use, the lovely convict built, sandstone arch construction of the Richmond Bridge.

    Then on to the Tasman Peninsula for more spectacular coastline of the Tasman National Park. From its towering sea cliffs, we look over Pirates Bay, Tasman’s Arch, the Devils Kitchen and the amazing Tessellated Pavements. See the infamous dog line at Eaglehawk Neck and photograph the colourful fields of the Port Arthur Lavender Farm before overnighting right on the cusp of the Port Arthur Historic site.

    Accommodation: Port Arthur Motor Inn or similar

  • 3 Port Arthur via Port Arthur Lavender Farm to Bicheno (B L)

    Spend several hours being personally guided through the most interesting buildings and attractions of the Port Arthur World Heritage Site. Learn about Point Puer, Isle of the Dead and the history of convicts in Tasmania before taking a harbour cruise to view the site in panorama as incoming convicts must have.

    From here we head north to take in the sights of Tasmania’s east coast. Stop for a wander on Raspins beach with views across the passage to the beautiful Maria Island. See the quirky Spikey Bridge and enjoy coffee & snacks at Spikey Beach with panoramic views across Coles Bay to the Freycinet Peninsula. Lunch today is at the Port Arthur Lavender Farm. Arriving at our accommodation in Bicheno, an optional & free penguin tour is available in the evening.

    Accommodation: Beach Front at Bicheno or similar

  • 4 Bicheno, Bay of Fires to Launceston (B L)

    Bask in the morning sunshine while witnessing the amazing blowhole on the rocky coast of Bicheno. Spend time at the award-winning East Coast Nature World wildlife park where we watch the iconic Tasmanian Devils feeding. Learn about this incredible little animal’s struggle for survival while petting wombats and hand feeding wallabies, kangaroos & Cape Barron geese.

    Next up is Tasmania’s most scenic coastal road with breathtaking views of the east coast Bay of Fires. Dip your feet while walking along one of Tassie’s best beaches – Binalong Bay. Visit a working oyster farm, sample cheeses at the award-winning Pyengana dairy and enjoy afternoon tea & coffee at the highly emotive Legerwood memorial trees. Proceed through an ancient Myrtle rainforest and the renowned Tamar Valley region before arriving in Launceston for our first of 2 evenings in town.

    Accommodation: Best Western Plus Launceston or similar

  • 5 Launceston, Tamar River, Beaconsfield, George Town and Low Head (B L)

    Let’s slow the pace down just a little as we explore the landscape north of Launceston around the beautiful Tamar River. Beginning with a morning tour of the famous Beaconsfield Gold Mine & Heritage Centre. Embark on an historical journey as you learn about the significance of this site in Tasmanian history and the dramatic collapse of the mine in 2006 which led to one of the most publicised rescue missions in Australian history.

    Lunch will be on the banks of the Tamar River at the ever-delightful Beauty Point where after we will take a short stroll to explore the wonders of either the acclaimed Seahorse World or Platypus House.

    Our afternoon activities include a scenic drive up to George Town & Low Head, home of some amazing tree carvings by renowned artist Eddie Freeman with tea & coffee at the Low Head Historic Lighthouse site. A second restful evening in the comfort of our Launceston CBD Best Western Hotel will end our days touring.

    Accommodation: Best Western Plus Launceston or similar

  • 6 Launceston, Cataract Gorge, Marakoopa Caves and Cradle Mountain (B L)

    A short drive through downtown Launceston before enjoying a morning stroll at the lovely Cataract Gorge, a fantastic urban wilderness only minutes from the CBD. Heading west out of Tasmania’s biggest northern city we visit the heritage listed R. Stephens honey factory in Mole Creek – Tassie’s largest & oldest honey producer. Here we will take a guided tour through the working factory which includes FREE tastings of Tasmania’s famous Leatherwood honey.

    Next enjoy a private tour of the spectacular Marakoopa Caves with their 250-million-year-old crystal formations, the only show caves in Tasmania boasting resident glow worms! Travelling up onto the central highlands we will reach the World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain National Park. Come for a short animal spotting jaunt in the evening before relaxing at the acclaimed 4-Star Cradle Mountain Hotel.

    Accommodation: Cradle Mountain Hotel or similar

  • 7 Cradle Mountain, Dove Lake and Strahan (B L)

    Visit the divine Dove Lake at the foot of Cradle Mountain – a photographer’s paradise. Take in the stunning views of this iconic space from several angles as we complete a short walk to Glacier Rock. Wonders abound strolling through the mossy forests of the Enchanted Walk and the mesmerising cascades of Pencil Pine waterfall. Visit the old ‘Waldheim Chalet’ of pioneer Gustav Weindorfer – the father of this wondrous park.

    After a delicious lunch we make our way on to Strahan via the meandering forest highways of the west coast. View the Southern Ocean from the best lookout point on the West Coast and see as far as you can imagine – perhaps Argentina? Your lungs will thank you as you inhale possibly the cleanest air on Earth. Arrive at Tasmania’s most westerly town for some afternoon relaxation and accommodation in Strahan.

    Accommodation: Strahan Village or similar

  • 8 Strahan, Gordon River Cruise, Hells Gate and Queenstown (B L D)

    Spend the morning enjoying one of the most scenic and unique tourist attractions in Australia – the Gordon River Cruise. Aboard the famous ‘Harbour Master’ in upper deck Gold Class luxury, your 6-hour cruise will include stunning views of Hells Gates and Macquarie Harbour, Sarah Island, the salmon farms and of course the jewel in the crown – the Gordon River World Heritage area itself. The cruise will also include a freshly prepared buffet lunch meal onboard the vessel.

    Our afternoon plan will see us visit the Morrison Sawmill for a close-up look at Tasmania’s most famous timber – Huon Pine. Followed by some further exploring in Strahan village before heading to Queenstown for the evening’s accommodation. Tonight, includes evening meal in Queenstown.

    Accommodation: Goldrush Queenstown or similar

  • 9 West Coast Wilderness Railway and Queenstown (B L)

    Don’t bother checking out of your hotel as we will enjoy a lovely day of scenery before relaxing back in the same accommodations for a second night. Today we journey on the West Coast Wilderness Railway – a journey back in time on Tasmania’s west coast aboard the fully restored original steam train.

    Departing from Queenstown we travel premium ‘Wilderness ‘class and will be welcomed onboard with complimentary sparkling wine and canapés. The half-day journey heads deep into the heart of the west coast on the steep sections of the track where the famous ‘rack n pinion’ line is found. Sit back in comfort as we cross more than a dozen bridges while listening to your guide bring stories of the railway and its resilient people to life. Enjoy the beautiful sights of the King River waterway, this is truly one of Tasmania’s premier experiences. This afternoon we offer an optional tour to Lake Margaret and the Lake Margaret Power Station. This privately guided tour offers a close-up look at the turbines & infrastructure that has been in continuous operation since 1918.

    For those looking for further afternoon activities perhaps a short trek to Spion Kopf lookout above Queenstown or possibly an evening drink & movie at the classic old Empire Hotel & Paragon Theatre?

    Accommodation: Goldrush Queenstown or similar

  • 10 Queenstown to Tarraleah (B L)

    Take in the wondrous views from the Iron Blow lookout above Queenstown. The cantilevered platform allows panoramic viewing over the colourful surroundings. Lake Burbury boat ramp is another scenic opportunity to photograph the surrounding mountains before we head into the World Heritage area for a morning stroll through the thick forest to the imperial Nelson Falls – beautiful any time of year.

    A little further along we stroll the bank of the infamous Franklin River. The waterway was at the centre of huge controversy and a major conservation effort in the late 1970’s and early 80’s. Take time to wander the 35minute loop which showcases some of the prettiest scenery and plant species in Tasmania. After lunch at the famous Lake St Clair Lodge we stroll down to the jetty to take in Australia’s deepest natural, the freshwater lake at nearly 200m deep and surrounded by numerous stunning mountain peaks.

    Next, we stop at a true gem in Australian Art – The Wall in the Wilderness. Learn about the history and significance of the 100m long Huon Pine carvings by artist Greg Duncan and enjoy lunch in unique surroundings. This is legitimately one of the most incredible privately owned art galleries in Australia.

    Our afternoon travels will see us arrive at the old Hydro township of Tarraleah for our evenings lodgings. Now converted to a beautiful tourism venue Tarraleah Estate is one of the most unique locations we overnight at on tour. Learn about the monstrous hydroelectricity project and how it came to life back in the 1950’s. Wander the grounds to see abundant wildlife in the late afternoon and the resident Highland cattle that roam the property. In the evening dine in the very comfortable and warm Highlander restaurant.

    Accommodation: Tarraleah Estate or similar

  • 11 The Derwent Valley (B L)

    First up this morning is a stop at the beautiful Tarraleah lookout gazing over the hydropower station down below. We then continue via a magical drive into the Derwent Valley with its meandering, rolling hills. A morning stop at Lawrenny Distillery is in order, a stunning 1800’s built house & estate on the banks of the Derwent River. For those inclined, there is optional Whiskey & Gin tastings or tea, coffee, and snacks for those who would simply prefer to wander the immaculate gardens.

    We then continue our journey to one of Tasmania’s most frequented national parks – Mt Field NP. This is the location of the state’s very iconic waterfall – Russell Falls. The large 3-tier falls is quite a sight to see especially in flood and is easily accessible for guests of all physical abilities. The 40-60min walk features some of the most beautiful trees on the island. For guests after a slightly more challenging walk, there will be an option to extend to see a 2nd beautiful waterfall higher up in the park. Giant Eucalyptus trees 300+ years old are as big as you will find in Tasmania. Tree ferns standing 6+ meters high dating hundred of years also line the pathway giving this walk a prehistoric and enchanted feel. Keep your eyes open for the many pademelons and other creatures that are very regularly seen along the pathway.

    Another scenic drive back through the Derwent Valley is next past cherry farms, rolling pasture, hops fields, and many scenic vistas. We are lunching at a fantastic winery in the Derwent Valley with their great new restaurant – The Shed. No hurry here as we enjoy a long lunch, an accompanying glass of wine will be included in your package. Simply relax and enjoy the bounty of delicious foods that will be delivered your way. Additional wine tastings onsite are also an option for those inclined. This evening we return to Hobart city for 2 more nights stay at the very stylish, 4-star Movenpick Hotel.

    This evening we return to Hobart city for 2 more nights’ stay at the very stylish, 4-star Movenpick Hotel.

  • 12 Hobart – Choice of Activities (B L)

    Today we journey down the beautiful Huon Valley for a wilderness experience at the acclaimed Tahune Airwalk. After being ravaged by fire in 2019 this attraction has been re-developed and is now back to its beautiful best, showcasing the pristine rivers & tranquil native forests which include some specimens of Tasmania’s most famous tree – Huon Pine. The Tahune Airwalk itself is an elevated walkway 30 meters above the forest floor, with the final cantilever section sitting at a height of 50 meters above the Huon River. It boasts spectacular views to the confluence of the Huon & Picton Rivers and beyond to the peaks of the World Heritage Area in Tasmania’s south-west. A further walk takes us deeper into the forest and offers a unique experience crossing both the Huon & Picton Rivers on swinging bridges nearly 100m meters long. Feel the rush of the water beneath your feet and take in the views & crisp air coming from up stream. Stop at the Geeveston Timber Museum to learn the story of the early settlers harvesting timber from this area. There are many great old artefact and items of equipment on display.

    Finally on our return journey to Hobart we visit the famous Willie Smith’s Apple Shed with the opportunity for an afternoon snack or refreshment – we recommend trying the apple cider made from apples grown in the surrounding orchards. Enjoy another relaxing evening at the Movenpick Hotel. Being Friday there are plenty of opportunities for night-time entertainment and many great Hobart city restaurants & venues close by.

    Accommodation: Movenpick Hotel Hobart or similar

  • 13 Hobart – Salamanca Markets (B)

    The world-famous Salamanca markets are held every Saturday and we wouldn’t want to miss them. After a full buffet breakfast explore the market at your own leisure and sample some of the abundance of street foods. This officially concludes our most extensive and premium tour of the island. We are sure you will have enjoyed the experience of a lifetime and shaped many new friendships during our travels, taking home great memories, stories and photographs.

    Please ask us about booking additional accommodation in Hobart if you would like to stay another night.

  • Please book flights arriving into Hobart Airport anytime on Day 1
  • Please book flights departing from Hobart Airport anytime after breakfast on Day 13

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

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Additional Information

Carbon Offset – Green Initiative Program
Our commitment for 2024/25 season is to plant 1 tree for every guest we host in Tasmania.

Accommodation Pick Up and Drop Off
Complimentary pick-up and drop-off at your packaged Hobart or Launceston CBD Hotel, depending on which location the tour starts and finishes. The time of pick-up will be confirmed closer to departure.

Accommodation Pre or Post Tour Options in Hobart or Launceston
We can book you into the Movenpick Hotel Hobart or the Best Western Launceston Hotel where your tour start and end.  If you would like to book your own, many 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:

  • Valente Mercedes Van – Licensed to carry 8, but we usually have no more than 5 guests.
  • 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.

Standard Cancellation Policy: You are required to notify of cancellation in writing. These amounts will be less any agents booking fees.
Notice in Days                  Refund based on a business day when email to advise of cancellation is received
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 to get a free no-obligation 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 the 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: Your Trip Number
BSB: 062-504 Account: 1066 1268
Branch Address: Shop 1/80-84 William St, Bathurst NSW 2795
In Bank Payment of Cash Or Cheque: Add $5 for bank fees
International Direct Deposit: Add $25 for bank fees

Tour Reviews

Some of the interesting sites that were visited. Port Arthur, Gordon River and Sarah Island,Russell Falls. Geoff

Attended the 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


  • 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

    Credit Card Payments
    Credit Card Customer Payment Link copy and paste 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 the 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: Your Trip Number
    BSB: 062-504 Account: 1066 1268
    Branch Address: Shop 1/80-84 William St, Bathurst NSW 2795
    In Bank Payment of Cash Or Cheque: Add $5 for bank fees
    International Direct Deposit: Add $25 for bank fees

  • Should I buy travel insurance?
    Travel Insurance

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