Excursions in Tasmania
Take a full day tour from Hobart and spend a day on Bruny Island including guided return bus tour, three hour cruise, morning tea and lunch. Robert Pennicotts multi-award winning wilderness and wildlife cruise takes you along Bruny Islands rugged coast beneath some of Australias highest sea cliffs to enter deep sea caves and join in the search for wildlife such as seals, dolphins and birds of prey. The custom built boats are ideal for viewing the spectacular coastline and wildlife with covered open-aired seating providing an excellent all round view and connection with the environment.
Awaken your senses to the magnificent splendour that is Cradle Mountain... Go deep into the Tasmanian forest and experience the solitary wilderness of waterfalls, glacial lakes, rainforest, wildlife and unsurpassed beauty of this World Heritage listed National Park.
Rich in visual history, the Port Arthur Historic Site evokes a powerful sense of Tasmanias past convict era and of early Australian settlement heritage. This at times haunting complex sits tranquilly amidst English oaks and gardens. Wander along the ruined jail blocks, past the cells and see the fields where the prisoners engaged in backbreaking work.
Walk the tree tops of pristine forest at Tahune Forest Airwalk having travelled the Huon River Valley, a region of tended fields, superb forest clad rivers and fishing villages set by picturesque inlets. Meeting/ Pick up point: Hobart accommodation.
Duration: 7 hrs.
Start or opening time: Oct-Apr 08:15, May-Sep 9:15.
Includes: Expert driver/guide, Touring in modern luxury coaches, Tahune Airwalk admission, Light lunch and Entrance Fees.
Travel by 4WD vehicle to the North East of Tasmania passing through some spectacular mountain ranges and exploring some unique wilderness areas, stopping to view several natural wonders along the way.
Passing by the foothills of Mt Ben Lomond with an amazing diversity of landscape then venture over Roses Tier and down through the stunning Tombstone Creek Forest Reserve through magnificent old growth forest.
Join us for the Grand Hobart tour and discover the most beautiful and interesting sights and attractions in the region around Tasmanias picturesque capital. View the city from the summit of the imposing Mount Wellington, explore the haunting female convict factory, enjoy a city tour, visit the famous Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, the historic village of Richmond with its picture postcard bridge - and admire the verdant countryside and River Derwent.
Explore Tasmanias great outdoors with this unforgettable full day tour of the South West National Park, a wilderness that covers an area of almost 4,600 square kilometres. During your visit to this World Heritage Site, you will have the opportunity to see some of the most spectacular and remote landscapes Tasmania has to offer: landmarks as Federation Peak, The Western Arthur Range, Port Davey Marine reserve and the rugged south coast, that borders the Great Southern Ocean.
Join us for the sweetest tour in Australia! Visit the Cadbury Chocolate Factory and learn everything you ever wanted to know about our greatest pleasure... chocolate... there are also free samples as well as time to purchase goodies at a discounted rate its a chocoholics dream! And cap it all off with a delightfully scenic cruise along the Derwent River.
Fly to one of the World's last untouched wilderness frontiers, South West Tasmania. This World Heritage listed National Park has some of the icons of the Tasmanian wilderness within its boundaries. See the Western Arthur Range, Federation Peak, Precipitous Bluff and the rugged Southern Coastline. Tour includes a spectacular scenic flight and boat trip to Bathurst Harbour, Tasmania's newly listed Marine Reserve.
Discover the wild and mild sides of this intriguing island with the Tasmanian devils half-day tour. Visit the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, which overlooks the picturesque Brighton Valley, and enjoy close-up experiences of native Australian animals. Then see an altogether more sedate side as you step back in time with a visit to Richmond, a Georgian era village resplendent with mellow stone cottages and picture-postcard bridges.
Rising to a height of 1270m, Mt Wellington is a spectacular and panoramic backdrop for the city of Hobart. Take in the views of the distant mountain ranges of the southwest, to the sprawling city of Hobart below. Then follow your guide on a 21km downhill descent of the mountain all the way through to the waterfront.
Experience Tasmania's Best of Hobart Tour is a showcase of Hobart's charm. A close up experience of Australian Native Animals at Bonorong Wild life park, an introduction to Hobart's Highlights, a visit to the unique historic town of Richmond including the oldest convict built road bridge and the oldest operating Catholic Church in Australia and superb waterfront dining at renowned Mures Upper Deck Restaurant.
Tour the highlights of Launceston then take in the pleasures of the delectable and storybook Tamar Valley.
Follow the tranquil yet spectacular Tamar River amongst vineyards, bird havens, elegant country houses, fruit orchards and fishing villages all set against the rolling hills of the Australian bush.
This two-hour tour offers you a journey of fun, serenity and some of the best fish and chips youve ever tasted. Gliding across the waters of the Derwent Estuary, youll follow Hobarts shoreline to explore historic Battery Point, vibrant Salamanca and the bustling docks of the citys waterfront.
The city sights historic tour is nationally and internationally acclaimed as one of the most enjoyable and informative historical tours in Tasmania. Experience a comprehensive commentary of Hobart's city and suburbs' history, features and attractions, provides a view of the city and Tasmanian Life style. The tour includes 5 stops Fare Includes: Live commentary, historic sights and attractions, Explorer Coach Tram tour.
Meeting/ Pick up point: Tasmanian travel and information centre ( Corner of Davey and Elizabeth Streets).
Duration: 3 hrs.
Start or opening time: 9.45am.