Can infants join the tour?
Parents of children under the age of 12 months must contact us before booking. We do not recommend that infants join our tour and to hold off for a year or two until they are atleast able to walk. Nursing a baby on the bus is not safe even though it is legal in Tasmania for infants under 12 months.
Do I need a National Parks Pass?
A valid park pass is necessary for entry into all of Tasmania's national parks. The pass is not included in the ticket price, as it is expected that visitors already have a pass when booking their holiday in Tasmania. We highly recommend obtaining a holiday pass for those who plan to travel around Tasmania, as it offers cost-effective benefits.
Various national park passes are available, allowing you to choose the best way to explore and enjoy Tasmania's exceptional national parks. The funds generated from park fees are reinvested directly into the maintenance and improvement of the parks and reserves. These funds contribute towards the upkeep of visitor facilities, walking trails, visitor centres, and other services.
Visitors can purchase passes based on their mode of transportation - either per vehicle or per person if arriving by bus, motorcycle, bicycle or on foot. If you don’t have a pass please let us know on the day and our wonderful team will assist.
For more information on purchasing passes: parks.tas.gov.au/explore-our-parks/know-before-you-go/entry-fees
*Please note – A NATIONAL PARKS PASS is required to enter all National Parks in Tasmania. It’s not included in the price of your tour. We highly recommend purchasing a Holiday Person or Holiday Vehicle pass, valid for 3 months. Please visit Parks & Wildlife Service