Start in Hobart

Short Trip

This week-long trip is one of our most popular Hobart campervan itineraries. After picking up your vehicle from the Cruisin’ Motorhomes Hobart branch, the route begins in southern Tasmania’s stunning national parks then swings in a northerly direction towards the east coast. Past the harbour-side village of Strahan and Devonport in the northwest, you can drive up to Launceston before looping back towards Hobart, enjoying stopovers in several popular tourist destinations, including St Helens and Port Arthur.

Some Itinerary Highlights:

  • Hobart
  • Devonport
  • Wineglass Bay
  • Launceston
  • Port Arthur

If you’re in search of a romantic campervan itinerary starting in Hobart, we’ve designed a route especially for adventurous lovebirds. Featuring several couple-orientated activities and destinations, you and your significant other can enjoy this romantic getaway in one of our comfortable 2-berth campervans. From the southern end of the state all the way up to Launceston and back again, this round trip takes 7 days to complete, allowing plenty of time for sightseeing.

Some Itinerary Highlights:

  • Hobart
  • Port Arthur
  • Freycinet National Park
  • St Helens
  • Tamar Valley wine region

Medium Trip

To really get to know Tasmania on your campervan holiday, embark on Cruisin’s magnificent 14 Day Hobart Round Trip. Before you hit the road, spend some time exploring popular Hobart attractions such as Mount Wellington and Salamanca Place. Hobart is so nice you may not want to leave, but we promise that the rest of Tasmania is just as inviting. Follow our itinerary up the east coast and across the top of the state, before winding your way back towards Hobart.

Some Itinerary Highlights:

  • Hobart
  • Richmond
  • Port Arthur
  • Cradle Mountain
  • Strahan

Want to find out what it’s like to drive across Australia from someone who’s actually done it? This personal account of a campervan holiday includes detailed descriptions of destinations between Hobart and Brisbane, as well as practical travel advice and sightseeing tips. It’s a must read for anyone looking for an exciting Hobart campervan itinerary.

Tasmania is gorgeous all year round, but it’s particularly breathtaking during spring. As temperatures start to rise in September, the countryside comes alive with lush green pastures and fields of bright flowers. Designed to make the most of this time of year, the Tasmanian Spring Itinerary circumnavigates the state, showcasing the countryside’s natural beauty.

Some Itinerary Highlights:

  • Hobart Tulip Festival
  • Richmond
  • Bridestowe Lavender Estate (near Scottsdale)
  • Longford
  • Bloomin’ Tulips Festival in Wynyard

Long Trip

Get your thermals out; this itinerary goes right to the heart of the Tasmanian winter. Spaced out over 21 days, it is one of our lengthier Hobart campervan itineraries, allowing travellers to participate in various wintertime activities all over the state. Whether you want to celebrate the solstice in Hobart, hit the slopes at Ben Lomond Mountain or find a cosy pub and curl up in front of the fire, our Tasmanian Winter Itinerary makes the most of the chilly weather.

Some Itinerary Highlights:

  • Dark Mofo festival in Hobart
  • Hazard Mountains
  • Launceston
  • Ben Lomond Mountain
  • Cradle Mountain

Admire the magnificence of Tasmania’s east coast and take your time sightseeing in the state’s most iconic cities. Beginning in Hobart, this campervan itinerary allows travellers to spend a couple of days getting to know the state’s capital city before hitting the road. From small villages to busy metropolises and secluded national parks, the stopovers on this trip are as diverse as they are beautiful.

Some Itinerary Highlights:

  • Richmond
  • Port Arthur
  • Rocky Cape National Park
  • Burnie
  • Cradle Mountain

Packed with fun, our Hobart Wine, Whisky and Beer Tour will take you to scenic vineyards, historic distilleries and some of the best pubs in Tasmania. Kicking off with a whisky tour in Hobart, the itinerary includes stopovers at Bruny Island’s finest wineries, Orford, Burnie and the Tamar Valley near Launceston, plus much more.

Some Itinerary Highlights:

  • Old Hobart Distillery
  • Lark Mount Pleasant Distillery
  • Huonville
  • Orford
  • Cradle Mountain