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Australia: Wine country in Tasmania? This cruise takes you there

August 31, 2011|By Mary Forgione | Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
  • Wineglass Bay in Freycinet National Park is one of the stops on the Tasmania Food & Wine cruise.
Wineglass Bay in Freycinet National Park is one of the stops on the Tasmania… (Adventure Smith Explorations )

Remote bays and elegant dining meet on this small-ship Tasmania Food & Wine cruise by Adventure Smith Explorations. The six-day trip explores Australia's island state with two November sailings. Tour the wine-producing region of Launceston, hike on remote Flinders Island, stop at scenic bays in Freycinet National Park and visit the former penal settlement of Port Arthur on this itinerary.

When: Cruises leave from Tasmania, Australia, on Nov. 7 and 26.

Price: $2,370 to $4,961 per person, depending on cabin choice; price is based on double occupancy. The cost includes accommodations in one of 50 cabins, shipboard meals, port and handling charges, excursions and tender transfers, and fees and taxes. Airfare is not included.

Info: Adventure Smith Explorations, Tasmania Food & Wine, (877) 620-2875

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