There are many itineraries to suit first-timers and repeat visitors to the Apple Isle, across the four corners of the state. Otherwise, travellers can create their own with the help of passionate tour guide and driver Vicki McBride.
Vic started Tasmania i-Drive in 2010 after partnering with “Doris” – a comfortable, leather-seated, fridge-on-board touring 4WD. Whether you arrive by cruise ship, ferry, or by air, once in Tasmania, you should leave the driving to Doris and Vic.
A day tour to Bruny Island, a food and wine tour of the Huon Valley, overnight trips to the North, West and East Coasts, and longer customised drives around the isle – all become memorable “wilderness sightseeing” experiences and voyages of discovery as Vic takes you to Tassie’s hidden gems. Like her Far South adventure to the southernmost point in Australia – closer to Antarctica than it is to Cairns – the gateway historical railway rides, and gourmet aquaculture indulgences, and Tasmanian Devil-filled wilderness and Blue Gum forests.
Tassie curious travellers should jump on board Doris and let Vic educate you about her adopted homeland, while you discover the real Apple Isle.