6 Luxurious Locations in Tasmania

17 Nov, 2020 | Adagold Luxe, News

The travel bubble is open, and Adagold Luxe wants to help you plan the trip of a lifetime to the Apple Isle or other locations in Tasmania. Fly private, and we can get you on a direct trip to your Tasmanian getaway. 

Adagold Luxe has created a Jet-centric experience that will transport you in ease and luxury to the most coveted and secluded locations in Tasmania. We will ensure your travel experience is customised to your needs, making for a unique, time-efficient and relaxing way to travel. Read on for a round up of our favourite locations in Tasmania to complement your exclusive flight experience.

Hotel MACq 01

Overlooking the Derwent River, MACq 01 offers gorgeous views inside and out. Filled with modern style at it’s finest, the hotel has a historical twist. All suites have a unique story to tell about Tasmanian history, making it easy to get lost in thought in the comfort of your living space. You won’t want to stay in the same room twice to try and unravel the secrets each room has. 

If you book one of the waterfront suites, never feel the need to leave the comfort of the immensely large and inviting rooms, with a personal butler to cater to all your needs. If you feel the need to stretch your legs the five-star hotel is just a quick walk to the city centre and a range of upmarket restaurants. 


Wineglass Bay Sail Walk

Immerse yourself in the natural wonders of the East Coast without sacrificing the touch of luxury. Set sail from Hobart and see the beauty of Tasmania’s nature up-close. The Wineglass Bay Sail Walk offers the unique opportunity to take in the breathtaking beaches, peninsulas and island trails along the east coast. 

Choose between a four or six-day escape and experience Tasmania by land and sea. Sail between destinations aboard the elegant Lady Eugine, a 23-metre luxury classic ketch. Enjoy gourmet 3-course dinners aboard the luxury vessel or barefoot on the beach under stars. 

Pumphouse Point

Wilderness and tranquillity will leave you feeling at peace when you fly inland and rest at Pumphouse Point; a serene, adults-only retreat poised mysteriously on a glacial lake. 

Arrive by car, seaplane or helicopter and take in the century-old myrtle forests which surround the crystalline Lake St Clair. 

Time seems to grind to a halt among the serene, awe-inspiring natural Tasmanian landscape. Escape from the bustle of everyday life and take advantage of the luxury services or rugged wilderness as you see fit. For the more adventurous, the area is filled with bushwalks, bike tracks and is the perfect spot to take a boat out or cast a line. There is just as much to do indoors; let nature be the ideal backdrop for your self-care and revitalisation process. Pour yourself a drink at the honesty bars, soak in the ambience of nature by wining and dining, or destress with a massage from a trained massage therapist. 

There is endless relaxation possibility here. The head chef’s goal is to make every meal fresh, local, seasonal and uncomplicated so you can bask in the natural flavours of Tasmania. 


Josef Chromy Wines

Round your trip off by unwinding with a glass of wine at the famous winery and vineyard, Josef Chromy. The state-of-the-art winery is positioned in Relbia at the base of a sprawling vineyard. 

Take a wine tour and receive a comprehensive guide of the winery, making stops to try various wines and finish with a two-course lunch. Settle down inside the restaurant and enjoy the carefully crafted menu of renowned head chef Nick Raitt.  

Book in advance and take part in a seated wine tasting among open log fires while looking out onto the rolling vineyards and serene lakes. No matter how you experience the winery, the lush and colourful landscape spotted with green and purple grapes provides an idyllic location to relax for the afternoon or evening. 


Mona Pavilions

Mona museum believes in showcasing art history, and the original artist’s intention. The understanding that art is made and consumed by real, complex people is at the heart of Mona. While the Mona museum may be closed, there is so much more to discover within this artistic escape. 

Indulge in Mona’s “Faro Experience”. This “moveable feast” is sure to tantalize your taste buds, with experimental eating, musical performance, art and general brouhaha at Faro Bar and Restaurant taking place from November 6 – December 20. 

To fully immerse in this artistic experience, a stay in Mona Pavilions’ super flash luxury dens on the River Derwent is the perfect choice. Each den honours an influential Australian artist or architect. Your luxury escape not only treats you to views of the river, with all dens featuring artworks from the Mona collection. Browse these stunning dens here, or make a booking here


Saffire Freycinet 

The Saffire Freycinet has become known as Australia’s premier luxury lodge. This hotel has won a multitude of accolades, including scoring “Best Australian Small Hotel” for the 2018 Luxury Travel Magazine Gold List, and “Best Luxury Accommodation” for the 2017 QANTAS Australian Tourism Awards. 

This gem of Coles Bay brings an authentic and immersive connection to the magnificent Freycinet National Park and Wineglass Bay in Tasmania. As well as soaking up the expansive views, rejuvenate with their luxury day spa and their incredible culinary experience. Even better, there are endless unique experiences available at the Saffire. Their Tasmanian Devil experience, wineglass lookout walk or perhaps a visit to a working oyster farm are just the beginning. 

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If you’re eager to make the most of your luxe holiday escape, make the journey just as desirable as the destination. Leisure time is precious and at times hard to prioritise in our busy lives, so enjoy every moment. Find out more about how you can achieve the ultimate Jet-Centric experience here

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