Meeting in Launceston, we travel to our first walk at Liffey Falls surrounded by cool temperate rainforest. Staying three nights in the Mole Creek area, we explore the subterranean world of Mole Creek Karst National Park. After walks in the Jurassic landscape of Walls of Jerusalem National Park, we have the chance to learn more about the iconic Tasmanian devil. We turn to the north west coast, with views of the Bass Strait all the way to The Nut in Stanley. Along the way we visit the iconic Sheffield murals and Rocky Cape National Park. Taking in the remote town of Arthur River, we descend into the ancient landscape of the western wilderness where we stay in secluded rainforest cottages. To experience the many moods of the Tarkine, we cruise the Pieman River, enjoy walks in Australia’s largest temperate myrtle-beech pristine rainforest and have the option to kayak secluded waterways. We walk through prehistoric Gondwana landscapes of button grass plains and wildflowers to the summit of Mt Donaldson. We visit the West Coast Pioneers Memorial Museum at Zeehan and soak up lakeside vistas at Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. Choose to hike the trails of Mt Rufus or explore the scenic shoreline. Crossing to the south east coast, we visit Russell Falls in Mount Field National Park, arguably Tasmania’s prettiest waterfall; certainly, it’s most photographed. We stay on the Tasman Peninsula and explore the geological marvel of Cape Raoul and the stories of the Port Arthur Historic Site. The dramatic sea cliffs of Tasman National Park can only be fully experienced on a coastal cruise. This is a chance to see a variety of wildlife including hundreds of seals, migrating whales and abundant sea birds. We end our journey in Hobart and enjoy the kaleidoscope of culture, art and markets.