Experience the best of Melbourne & Tasmania
Take advantage of great Qantas fares and explore two beautiful cities at one time.
Fly in to Melbourne, the world's most livable city with its sophisticated yet edgy style combined with a multicultural vibe that gives the city its personality. Victoria also offers a huge variety of landscapes and experiences within a few hours of Melbourne. Whether it's alpine ski resorts, rolling vineyards, mountain grandeur, wildlife, or the unparalleled spectacle and beauty of the world renowned Great Ocean Road, Victoria is all about quality, diverse experiences.
Then, board a flight to Tasmania (fly in through Hobart or Launceston) and enjoy an island with the world's cleanest air, fresh ocean seafood and friendly harbourside cities only a short drive from ancient rainforests, rugged mountains and crystal clear lakes- Tasmania is the perfect place for a self drive holiday.
|Return Economy from S$850*|
|Singapore - Melbourne - Hobart - Singapore|
From charming cobblestoned laneways, sleek modern buildings to quirky boutiques and effortlessly stylish cafes, Melbourne - the world's most liveable city sure has lots to offer. With an impressive calendar of high profile international events, including the Australian Open Tennis Championships and The Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, Melbourne is a leader in staging major events and providing a world-class welcome to international visitors. Venture beyond this cosmopolitan city and you will find breathtaking coastlines, rugged mountain ranges, historic towns and sprawling vineyards - all just an easy drive away.
With so much to see and do throughout the year, visitors will find it impossible not to fall in love with Melbourne, regardless when they visit.
|City Lifestyle||Food and Wine Journeys||Victoria's Snowfields|
|Melbourne hides away its best bars, art galleries, live music venues, acclaimed restaurants, and designer boutiques to reward those who dare to delve. The seeking becomes part of the allure of the city as you venture along laneways, down stairs into unassuming basements and up high to a world that exists on the city's rooftops.||Eat and drink your way through Melbourne and Surrounds; from the myraid of paddock to plate experiences and renowned wineries of the Mornington Peninsula and Yarra Valley, pedal to produce tours in Victoria’s High Country’s Pedal to Produce to Melbourne's pop-up restaurants. Tantalise the senses at inner city pubs, laneway restaurants, hatted dining rooms and homely country hotels. These gourmet journeys will be a feast for your senses! Find out more||Experience all the excitement of Victoria's snowfields in wintertime. Enjoy skiing, snowboarding, toboggan rides and myriad of non-skiers’ snow activities. Choose from Mt Buller, Falls Creek and Mt Hotham – Australia’s powder capital; all of which are easily accessible from the city and offer a true ski-in and ski-out experience.|
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> For more information on Melbourne and its surrounds, log on to visitmelbourne.com
Tasmania is a small island with the world's cleanest air and the most pristine environments. Its clean, green surroundings produce the freshest seafood, the creamiest dairy products, tastiest fruit and vegetables and the most elegant cool temperate wines. The finest local produce is served with flair and passion in Tasmania's cafés and restaurants.
Tasmania offers experiences that visitors will treasure forever - amazing wildlife, rare native animals found nowhere else on Earth, ancient forests, spectacular mountains, pristine beaches and highland lakes.
|Hobart and Surrounds||Launceston, Tamar and the North||Western Wilderness|
|Tasmania’s historical capital is home to waterways, wild mountains and gourmet experiences. From galleries, restaurants and shops to the beauty of the River Derwent and Mt Wellington, Hobart combines style with adventure. Visit the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) at Moorilla Estate or enjoy a show in the Theatre Royal. Wander the Battery Point colonial district and dine on fresh lobster. Port Arthur offers convict history and coastal scenery. Bruny Island’s rugged beauty is mesmerising while the Huon Valley includes tales of French exploration, seafood and welcoming locals.||As one of Australia’s oldest cities Launceston is home to gracious Victorian-era buildings and gardens. The River Tamar, Launceston’s seaport and riverside alfresco dining create a leisurely ambiance. Walk from these fine riverside restaurants to Cataract Gorge, Australia’s most beautiful city reserve. Visit Tamar Valley vineyards to sample fruity wines, zip-line through the forest canopy, wander through lavender fields and play Barnbougle, one of Australia’s leading golf courses.||Enjoy Cradle Mountain’s many moods from misty mornings to Dove Lake's mirror-image reflections. Ancient rainforests, waterfalls and wildlife encounters arouse curiosity in this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Stay in luxurious lodges and enjoy gourmet meals and soothing spas or stay in wilderness cabins. Raft the mystical Franklin River with its rapids and ravines, or kayak the Gordon River. Skim over rivers and forests on a seaplane flight from Strahan and land on a wilderness river. The luxurious Macquarie Harbour cruise combines adventure with superb wines and gourmet produce. Ride a steam train to former mining towns to learn about pioneer life.|
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> For more information on Tasmania, visit: discovertasmania.com