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Map of Tassie Tours hosts the very best local tours Tasmania has to offer. We are a boutique, local tour company based in Tasmania’s North West Wilderness, just a short drive from the iconic Cradle Mountain National Park.
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NWC Zone Map North West Coast ToursThe North West Coast Tasmania is a diverse region that will take your breath away.

You can delight in the finest fresh produce from locally grown fruit to award winning cheese and fresh river salmon to lobsters right from the docks.  You can do anything from hiking across the mountains to walking along pristine beaches or through fields of tulips. You can experience the adventure of our spectacular wilderness and unique wildlife.

Wherever you go on the North West Coast you are sure to be feel invigorated, inspired and energised by your experience.

Each tour requires a minimum of 2 guests and a maximum of 6, so we can keep your experience customised and personal.  We have a framework or outline for each tour, but we have no schedule so you decide what pace you would like to go.


Raspberry and Blackberry Thumbnails North West Coast ToursNORTH WEST GOURMET DELIGHTS DAY TOUR

On the North West Gourmet Delights Day Tour you will discover all the magic North West Tasmania has to offer.

Enjoy a scenic drive through local villages set in the backdrop of the Great Western Tiers. Experience the luxury of Roses and Silk of Chudleigh.  Visit the Melita Honey Farm for honey tasting and stop at Three Willows Vineyard to sample some homemade cool climate wines.

Continue to tantalise your tastebuds with a tasting of specialty small goods at Tasmanian Pure Continental Smallgoods and Tasmania’s finest hot-smoked salmon from 41° South Salmon Farm.  Enjoy a late lunch at Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm followed by cheese tastings at Ashgrove Cheese Farm and then wash it all down with a cider tasting at Spreyton Cider Co.


The Nut Stanley Thumbnail North West Coast ToursEXPLORE THE NORTH WEST COAST DAY TOUR

The Explore the North West Coast Day Tour is a combination of fascinating history and spectacular scenery.

First stop is the Pioneer Village Museum in Burnie to discover a little local history, then some light refreshment with your whisky-making lesson at the Hellyers Road Distillery. A picnic lunch or devonshire tea at Allendale Gardens in Smithton where you can explore 2 hectares of gardens before enjoying the view and the chair lift ride to the top of The Nut in Stanley.

Visit the Highfield Historic Site and discover the history of Stanley and explore the restored 19th century Joe Lyons Cottage – Tasmania’s only Australian Prime Minister. Finish the day enjoying Dip Falls and the Big Tree at Mawbanna before heading home.