Under Down Under specialises in small group tours throughout Tasmania. With the largest range of tours in our market; we provide visitors with a hassle free, and eco friendly way to experience the state on a budget. Our tours range from 2 ½ hours through to 8 days; and have a focus on sharing adventures through Tasmania’s wilderness with like minded travellers. With a diverse product range we offer everything from downhill bike adventures to extended state-wide tours – all aimed at showing our customers what makes Tasmania such a great place!
Under Down Under’s small group tours apply minimal impact, leave no trace principles. We operate a fleet of modern, economical, turbo diesel vehicles that produce low amounts of emissions, especially on a per person basis. Where possible we use locally owned accommodation and eat in local establishments that source their food close to home. This helps reduce our direct environmental impact while giving you a memorable travel experience.
Come and explore Tasmania's natural beauty and fascinating history on this 6-day journey around the island. Our experienced guides will make sure you enjoy everything from unique wilderness and World Heritage Listed areas to meeting a Tasmanian devil and experiencing our cultural and historical attractions.
Escape into Tasmania’s wilderness as we travel coast to coast to explore and experience our most popular journey. The tour starts by heading to the wild and rugged west coast for waterfalls, rainforest, mountains and wildlife. Then experience the startling change of scenery as we journey through the alpine wilderness of Cradle Mountain to the white sands of the Bay of Fires and Wineglass Bay.
If you love the outdoors, you will love our super tour of 7 days packed full of waterfalls, mountains, great walks, dramatic coastlines, lakes and primeval rainforest and topped off with Bruny Island and a visit to the World Heritage Listed - Port Arthur Historic Site.
Located at the mouth of the River Derwent, Bruny Island is one of Tasmania’s best natural highlights, enjoy breathtaking scenery, unique wildlife and taste local produce. After a short ferry ride we’ll head to Cape Bruny and the Bruny Island Lighthouse, stopping along the way for some spectacular views at the Neck lookout. Next we’ll enjoy great coastal walks and stunning beaches, including Adventure Bay for a quick swim (conditions permitting) before we look for the local white Bennetts wallabies. Bruny Island is famous for its delicious produce and we will have opportunities to sample some delicious food.
From the summit of kunanyi/Mt Wellington to Hobart’s scenic waterfront, this is the ultimate bike riding adventure experience. We head to the summit of kunanyi/Mt Wellington for spectacular views across Southern Tasmania before we experience Tasmania’s ultimate downhill bicycle ride – 1272 metres to sea level. Along the way, this 21 km guided journey captures contrasting landscapes from sub-alpine and mountain rainforests to the vibrant waterfront of Hobart. For the more adventurous an optional off-road section is available.
Explore Tasmania’s ruthless convict past at the World Heritage listed Port Arthur Historic Site and experience the beautiful coastline of the Tasman Peninsula. We start the day at Richmond, Australia’s best-preserved colonial village, before we head south to the Tasman Peninsula and visit the Tasman National Park for some amazing views of the rugged coastline. Arriving at Port Arthur Historic Site we discover the story of this convict settlement and the chilling realities of life as a prisoner amid the preserved gaol ruins. At the historic site we join a guided tour, take a harbour cruise and have plenty of time left to explore.
Tasmania’s East Coast is spectacular, and this 2-day escape is the perfect way to experience our breathtaking eastern beaches and coastal scenery including the Bay of Fires, a walk to the beach at Wineglass Bay or Mt Amos for those wanting a challenge. Add a little devil in the detail with a visit to a wildlife sanctuary to check out the Tasmanian devil and other native wildlife plus stay overnight in Bicheno, home to the little penguins.
Explore some of Tasmania’s fab beaches with fine, white sand and unusual rock formations, such as the Bay of Fires, Freycinet National Park and Wineglass Bay. Meet the endangered Tasmanian devils at a wildlife sanctuary and stay overnight in Bicheno, home to the little penguins. The fab continues with the sights and the tastes on Bruny Island and then a visit to the World Heritage Listed, Port Arthur Historic Site.
Immerse yourself deep in the wilderness. We will journey back through time to explore our heritage, walk through untouched forests, explore wild rivers and rugged coastlines, see breathtaking mountainous vistas and breath the freshest air in the world. Stay 2 nights at Macquarie Harbour’s port town of Strahan and whilst at Cradle Mountain National Park, enjoy a walk of your choice.