7 Days trip in Australia

Budget: 0 USD - 3000 USD City sightseeing Cultural experiences Historical landmarks Festivals/events
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Australia is a vast and diverse country known for its breathtaking landscapes, unique wildlife, and welcoming people. From the iconic Sydney Opera House to the Great Barrier Reef, there are countless natural wonders to explore. With a rich indigenous heritage and a vibrant multicultural society, Australia offers a mix of ancient traditions and modern innovation.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to AUD
️ 22.69°C
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Day 1

  1. MONA (Museum of Old and New Art)

    180 minutes

    Explore one of the most controversial and innovative museums in the world, which displays thought-provoking and inspiring artworks from ancient Egyptian mummies to extremely contemporary installations.

  2. Salamanca Place

    120 minutes

    Visit this vibrant and bustling pedestrian area, lined with beautifully restored sandstone buildings that used to be warehouses, and check out the famous Salamanca Market on Saturdays (unless it is closed due to COVID-19).

  3. MONA Ferry

    60 minutes

    Take the unique and scenic ferry ride from Hobart to MONA, and enjoy the stunning views of Hobart and the Derwent River from the deck. You can also have a drink and a snack on board, and listen to live music on weekends.

Day 2

  1. Tasman National Park

    360 minutes

    Embark on a full-day guided tour of the Tasman Peninsula, and marvel at the stunning natural formations, historic sites, and abundant wildlife that this rugged and remote area offers. Highlights include the Tasman Arch, the Blowhole, the Devils Kitchen, the Remarkable Cave, and the Port Arthur Historic Site.

  2. Tesselated Pavement

    60 minutes

    Witness the unique and awe-inspiring hexagonal patterns created by nature on the rocks at the Tesselated Pavement, and learn about the geological processes that have shaped the land over millions of years.

Day 3

  1. Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park

    240 minutes

    Hike, walk, or simply admire the breathtaking views of one of Tasmania's most iconic natural treasures, the stunning Cradle Mountain. The national park also boasts diverse flora and fauna, serene waterfalls, and tranquil lakes.

  2. Devil's Gullet

    120 minutes

    Take a short but rewarding walk to the Devil's Gullet, a natural rock amphitheater that offers spectacular views of the surrounding mountains, valleys, and forests. You may also spot some unique wildlife, such as Tasmanian devils and wallabies.

  3. Mole Creek Karst National Park

    180 minutes

    Discover the hidden underworld of Tasmania by joining a guided tour of the Mole Creek Karst National Park, which hosts a system of magnificent limestone caves, underground streams, and fascinating formations, such as stalactites and stalagmites.

Day 4

  1. Wineglass Bay

    360 minutes

    Take a scenic drive or join a guided tour to the famous Wineglass Bay, which boasts crystal-clear waters, pristine white sand, and a picturesque crescent shape. You can also hike to the Wineglass Bay Lookout for stunning views.

  2. Freycinet National Park

    240 minutes

    Explore the rugged yet stunning coastline, granite mountains, and rich wildlife of the Freycinet National Park, which also features numerous walking tracks, beaches, and lookout points. You may also encounter echidnas, wallabies, and sea eagles.

  3. Kate's Berry Farm

    120 minutes

    Treat your taste buds to the delicious homemade berry products, such as jams, pies, scones, and ice cream, at the charming Kate's Berry Farm, which offers stunning views of the surrounding fields and vineyards. You can also sample some Tasmanian wines.

Day 5

  1. Richmond Gaol

    120 minutes

    Step back in time and explore the brutal but fascinating history of Tasmania's convict era at the Richmond Gaol, which was built in 1825 and housed thousands of prisoners over the years. You can also visit the nearby Old Hobart Town model village.

  2. Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary

    180 minutes

    Get up close and personal with some of Tasmania's cutest and most endangered animals, such as koalas, wombats, and Tasmanian devils, at the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, which also offers informative and interactive tours and talks.

  3. Cascade Brewery

    120 minutes

    Relax and enjoy some locally brewed beers (or other beverages) at the picturesque Cascade Brewery, which was established in 1824 and is now one of Australia's oldest operating breweries. You can also join a brewery tour or have a meal at the cafe.

Day 6

  1. Museum of Old and New Art (MONA)

    240 minutes

    Revisit or discover new artworks and installations at the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), which is both a subversive and visionary museum. Be sure to check out the underground galleries, the libraries, and the winery.

  2. Hobart historic precinct

    180 minutes

    Explore the charming and atmospheric Hobart historic precinct, which is filled with heritage buildings, shops, cafes, and pubs. You may also join a guided walking tour or take a self-guided audio tour of the area.

  3. Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra

    120 minutes

    Experience the richness and elegance of classical music by attending a performance by the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, which is renowned for its high-quality and diverse repertoire, and is situated in the historic Federation Concert Hall.

Day 7

  1. Tamar Valley Wine Route

    360 minutes

    Savor the unique and award-winning wines, liqueurs, ciders, and beers of the Tamar Valley Wine Route, which stretches from Launceston to the suburban and rural areas of the Tamar River. You can also admire the scenic views and visit some of the historic towns and villages along the way.

  2. Cataract Gorge Reserve

    240 minutes

    Escape the urban hustle and bustle by strolling, hiking, or swimming in the tranquil and picturesque Cataract Gorge Reserve, which is only a few minutes away from central Launceston. You can also ride the chairlift to enjoy stunning views.

  3. Stillwater Restaurant

    120 minutes

    Treat yourself to a memorable and exquisite dining experience at the Stillwater Restaurant, which offers a modern and refined cuisine with a focus on fresh and local ingredients, in a beautiful, historic, and waterfront setting.

Estimated Cost (USD)


15-40 (price per night in USD)
60-150 (price per night in USD)
30-100 (price per night in USD)


Public transportation
2-5 (estimated price)
50-100 (estimated price)
Car rental
40-80 (estimated price per day)


Street food
5-10 (estimated price in USD)
Budget meals
10-20 (estimated price in USD)
Fancy restaurants
30-80 (estimated price in USD)


Museum entrance fee
10-30 (estimated price in USD)
Historical landmark entrance fee
10-50 (estimated price in USD)
Festival/event entrance fee
15-100 (estimated price in USD)

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