Customisable Tours

Price: By negotiation | Group Size: Max 6–7 people | Activity Level: 2 out of 3 stars 

Customisable tours to meet the needs of groups of up to seven people..

Rare Earth Tasmania can customise a tour to meet the needs of a group of up to seven. There are various accommodation options available and multiple sites that can be visited. One possibility is an overnight visit to the remote Sarah Ann Rocks on the far west coast of Tasmania and a stay at the Edge of the World holiday house. This could be linked to any of the other day options offered by Rare Earth Tasmania or even an overnight stay at Corinna on the banks of the Pieman River.

Any Rare Earth Tasmania day trips could be included in a package as well as any other destinations of your choice.

*Please see our costs for more information.

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The Tarkine

Trowutta Arch by Tourism Tasmania and Rob Burnett

The Tarkine is a wilderness area covering approximately 450,000 hectares in North West Tasmania. It has been recognised in numerous articles and scientific publications…

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Cradle Mountain

Aurora Australis over Cradle Mountain by Pierre Destribats

Cradle Mountain is a 90 minute trip from the accommodation base. It is part of Tasmania’s World Heritage Area and is perhaps the premier Tasmanian destination…

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Fossil Bluff

Aerial of Fossil Bluff by Jess Bonde

This picture-perfect site right on Bass Strait and a secluded beach, and overlooked by an extinct volcano, is visited by tourists and academics from around the world. The site…

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Sisters Beach & Rocky Cape

Sisters Beach Coastline by Tourism Tasmania and Andrew McIntosh, Ocean Photography

Yet another little rarely visited gem in the heart of the NW coast of Tasmania. This National Park situated on Bass Strait has its own micro-climate and therefore very unique…

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Narawntapu National Park

Archers Knob, Narawntapu National Park by Jess Bonde

Narawntapu National Park stretches from the low coastal ranges to long Bass Strait beaches and features a complex of inlets, small islands, headlands, wetlands, dunes…

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Leven Canyon

Leven Canyon

The Leven Canyon sits directly under Black Bluff, part of the Cradle Mountain range. The Leven River has cut its way through this spectacular canyon. Visitors get an excellent…

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The Nut and Godfreys Beach and Stanley

The NW and West Coasts of Tasmania, including King Island, have some of the most amazing geology and landscapes on the planet, most of it accessible and contained..

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Other Tour Options

Six Day/Five Night Fully Guided Package

Black Bluff View Retreat

Accommodation Package at Black Bluff View Retreat (min 2 nights) with an optional One Day Tour.

Black Bluff View Retreat

Team Building Package

Trowutta Arch by Tourism Tasmania and Rob Burnett
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Take a step toward an amazing adventure you will unlikely forget and visit the last remaining wilderness areas in the world, a place where you will be bewildered in the wilderness.