- 1 Park Road, #03-58/59 People's Park Complex, Singapore 059108
Availability: 01 Jan 2023 to 11 Mar 2023
HOBART & REGION
• City Tour
• Battery Point
• Salamanca Market*
• Mount Wellington*
• Tasman Peninsula
• Tasman Arch + Blowhole
• Port Arthur + Scenic Harbour Cruise
• Barilla Bay Tasmania Oyster Farm
• Coal River Farm
• Tas Live Abalone processing Factory
• Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary
• Curringa Farm
LAUNCESTON & REGION
• Tasmanian Gourmet Sauce Company
• Cataract Gorge Reserve
• Hazelnuts Farm
• Local Winery
• Bridestowe Lavender Estate
• Honey Farm
• Cradle Mountain National Park
• Dove Lake
6 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 5 Dinners
3 Nights Stay in Hobart 4* Hotel or similar
2 Nights Stay in Launceston 4* Hotel or similar
1 Night Stay in Melbourne 4* Hotel or similar
Day 1 SINGAPORE – SYDNEY
Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to Sydney.
Day 2 SYDNEY – HOBART
Upon arrival at Sydney, take a domestic flight to Hobart. Upon arrival, embark on a city tour. Drives pass some heritage homes in quaint Battery Point, with its rows of historic cottages, elegant mansions and the spectacular Hobart waterfront. Explore your way through the food, colour and characters of the renowned Salamanca Market* (open only on Sat). Next, proceed to Coal River Farm and watch cheese being made, chocolate being crafted and experience seasonal fruits picking*. You can also shop for various chocolates, cheese, jams and other products. Next, visit Tas Live Abalone processing Factory and discover how abalone is processed. If weather and time permit, proceed to Mount Wellington*, which is 1271m above sea level, for a panoramic view of the surrounding. Note: Fruit picking is only available from November to May and is chargeable.Hotel: Best Western / Travelodge or similar
- Meals On Board / Dinner
Day 3 HOBART – PORT ARTHUR – HOBART
This morning, proceed to Barilla Bay Tasmania Oyster Farm to learn more about the fascinating production process of oysters. Taste the freshness of succulent oysters at the end of your guided tour. Continue to the UNESCO World Heritage listed historic site of Port Arthur in Tasman Peninsula. Discover the hardships endured by past convicts and tour the historic buildings and ruins set amongst beautiful gardens, followed by a short scenic cruise around the harbour. Next, enjoy the scenic Tasman Arch and Blowhole which are spectacular natural features of the Peninsula Rocky Coastline.Hotel: Best Western / Travelodge or similar
- Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
Day 4 HOBART – HAMILTON – LAUNCESTON
This morning, visit Curringa Farm which stretches over 300 hectares for an educational and fun experience. Begin your farm tour and learn more about farm activities such as Sheep shearing, learn how to grade wools, see working farm dogs in action, plenty of sheeps as well as see vegetable farm when in season. Next, make a stop at Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary to see the endangered Tasmanian Devils, the Eastern Quoll, Koala, Echidnas, Kangaroos as well as other native animals. Tonight enjoy grilled salmon dinner.Hotel: Best Western Launceston, Mercure Launceston or similar
- Breakfast / Lunch (BBQ Lunch) / Dinner (Grilled Salmon Dinner)
Day 5 LAUNCESTON – CRADLE MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK – LAUNCESTON
After breakfast, proceed to Tasmanian Gourmet Sauce Company to savour some award-winning jams and chutneys. Next, proceed to a local Honey Farm to sample a wide variety of honey before arriving at Sheffield, the town of Murals, to see their outdoor art. Continue to scenic UNESCO World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain National Park. See the spectacular and picturesque Cradle Mountain and the beautiful Dove Lake. Hotel: Best Western Launceston, Mercure Launceston or similar
- Breakfast / Dinner
Day 6 LAUNCESTON – NABOWLA – LAUNCESTON
This morning, proceed to Bridestowe Lavender Estate to see rows of beautiful lavenders* and many varieties of lavender based products and souvenirs. Continue to a local winery for wine tasting. Next, visit Cataract Gorge Reserve, a beautiful natural amphitheatre located in the heart of Launceston. Take an optional ride on the World’s longest single-span chairlift (at own expenses). Stop over at Hazelnuts farm to discover more about hazelnuts and how they are grown and to shop for a variety of hazelnuts products.Note: Lavender Blooming season starts from Dec to Jan. Hotel: Best Western Launceston, Mercure Launceston or similar
- Breakfast / Dinner
Day 7 LAUNCESTON ✈ MELBOURNE
This morning, transfer to Launceston Airport for a domestic flight to Melbourne. Upon arrival, transfer to hotel. Rest of the day is free at leisure.Note: In the event of early morning domestic flight, boxed breakfast will be arranged instead of hotel breakfast.Hotel: Citigate / Rendezvous / Oaks on Market / Travelodge / Amora / Mantra or similar
Day 8 MELBOURNE ✈ SINGAPORE
Enjoy free at own leisure time till you are transferred to the airport for the flight back to Singapore. We hope that you had a memorable vacation with ASA Holidays and thank you for your support!
- Meals On Board / Breakfast
Immigration procedures require all tourists to possess a passport with minimum 6 months validity from the day of departure. Singapore passport holders do require a visa to Australia. For foreign passport, please ensure relevant visa is applied should you need one. It is necessary to bring along re-entry permit or air ticket to country of origin for passenger not holding Singapore passport. It is advisable to keep separately a photocopy of your travel document.
List of Nationalities that require Visas to AustraliaSingaporean : YesMalaysian: YesAmerican: YesIndian: YesChinese: YesIndonesia : YesFilipino: Yes
*Please note that the above visa information should be used as a reference without warranties.
Spring ( Sep – Nov ): 13 – 25 °C
Summer ( Dec – Feb ): 25 – 32°C
Autumn ( Mar – May ): 12 – 25°C
Winter ( Jun – Aug ): 05 – 15°C
We suggest you to update the weather through news or internet closer to departure.
Tipping and Service Charges
Total Per Pax (Applicable for 2 years and above):
With Tour Leader
6D4N Australia Tour (AMEL6 / AMEL6T / ASYD6 / AOOL6 / AADL6 / APER6): AUD 40
7D5N / 8D6N Australia Tour (AGDE7 / AMGC8): AUD 48
8D6N Australia Tour (AMES8 / AMS8 / ATAS8): AUD 52
Without Tour Leader
5D3N Australia Tour (AOOL5 / AMEL5): AUD 15
5D3N / 6D4N Australia Tour (ASYD5 / AOOL6 / APER6 / AADL6): AUD 20
6D4N / 7D5N Australia Tour (ACNS6 / AOOL7 / AMGC8): AUD 25
8D6N Australia Tour (AMES8 / AMS8 / ATAS8): AUD30
1. Tropical Fruit World (8 hours): AUD 98 (Adult) | AUD 78 (Child)
2. Glow Worm Night Tour (3 hours): AUD 99 (Adult) | AUD 60 (Child)
3. Hot Air Balloon – 30 Min Balloon Ride & O’Reilly’s Vineyard Breakfast (6 hours): AUD 290 (Adult) | AUD 210 (Child – 11 Years & Below)
4. Broadwater Adventure Jet Boat Ride (1.5 hours): AUD 76 (Adult) | AUD 62 (Child – 11 Years & Below)
5. Sea World (6 hours): AUD 110 (Adult) | AUD 80 (Child – 11 Years & Below)
6. Dreamworld (6 hours): AUD 110 (Adult) | AUD 80 (Child – 11 Years & Below)
1. Great Ocean Road Adventure (10 hours): AUD 169 (Adult) | AUD 85 (Child – 11 Years & Below)
2. Sovereign Hill Gold Rush (9 hours): AUD 169 (Adult) | AUD 85 (Child – 11 Years & Below)
3. Puffing Billy Steam Train & Healesville Wildlife: AUD 175 (Adult) | AUD 88 (Child – 11 Years & Below)
1. Scenic World Ride Discovery Pass (3 Rides Included): AUD 43 (Adult) | AUD 23 (Child – 11 Years & Below)
1. Pinnacles Desert 4×4 + Sand Boarding Adventure (with Picnic Lunch): AUD 215 (Adult) | AUD 120 (Child – 11 Years & Below)
Country Code : 61
Currency: Australian Dollars ( AUD )
Voltage: 240V / 50Hz
Australia is 2-3 Hour Ahead
Clothings to bring
Spring/Autumn – Warm Jacket, Sweaters, Scarfs, Gloves
Summer – Light Clothing, light jacket
Winter – Sweaters, Warm Jacket, Gloves, Scarf, Thermal, Woolen Socks
1. In the event of local religious festivals, unforeseen circumstances and/or bad weather conditions, the sequence of the itinerary may be changed or altered. Alternative attractions will be substituted without prior notice and/or at short notice in order to ensure a smoother journey and tour. Tour groups may be merged.
2. All bookings will be subjected to terms and conditions as stipulated in this brochure.
3. Admission and entrance ticket will be included when specified.
4. Minimum group size of 16 passengers is required for a confirmed departure. Group size of 15 and below will solely be at the discretion of ASA Holidays and passengers need to accept the arrangement.
5. Every group of 26 passengers will have a Singapore tour manager to accompany the tour throughout.
6. In the event that there is no tour manager, tickets for the attractions will have to be collected by the passengers at the respective attractions. Passengers will be required to check in to hotels themselves and will have to use their own credit card or cash as guarantors against any expenses incurred in their own rooms.
7. A driver-guide may be arranged for selected Australia Tour groups. The Driver-guide’s duty is to drive and give commentary on the coach. They do not accompany the group to attractions or assist to collect attractions tickets; while a driver’s duty is only to drive the passengers around safely.
8. Tour is conducted in English. It will be conducted in Mandarin if a majority of the passengers of the group request. Mandarin speaking is based on individual tour leader’s language proficiency level.
9. All hotel ratings are based on local standards. In the event that accommodation in the stated hotel is unavailable, it will be replaced by another hotel of similar standards.
10. During major events, accommodation may not be in the city mentioned.
11. ASA Holidays recommends you to buy travel insurance for your travel to ensure coverage.
12. All flights and flights timings are subject to change without prior notice.
13. In the event of discrepancies between English and Chinese itinerary, please refer to the English version.
14. Room types are based on run of the house and allocated by respective hotels. Triple rooms may consist of rollaway beds. ASA Holidays will not be responsible for the differences of the room allocated.
15. Participation of optional tours will be at passengers’ own choice and expenses.
16. During Australian Public Holidays, some attractions will either be closed or operate for only half a day. During such occurrences, attractions such as theme parks may be combined into one day, and/or time spent at the attraction will be reduced.
17. Some hotels may not have housekeeping services on Sundays and Public Holidays.
18. 1 vegetable dish may be served to vegetarians at restaurants as group will not be having meals at vegetarian restaurant that may serve full course vegetarian dishes.
19. If you are bringing infants below 2 years old or children below 4 years old along, please buy or bring along your own infant or child car seats for infants seating on board coaches. It can be rented at own expenses, price varies according to different coach companies.