Introductory walking tour by Port Arthur guide (40mins),
harbour cruise, Port Arthur admission and free WiFi* on coach
Departing Hobart view Government House, home to the governor of Tasmania
Cross the Tasman Bridge over the Derwent River
Head out on the Tasman Highway over the Pitwater Causeway onto Forestier Peninsula
Pristine Pirates Bay
Eaglehawk Neck- stunning rocky coastline
Skirt Norfolk Bay on the Tasman Peninsula
Visit highlights of Tasman National Park
Wonder at the spectacle of Tasman Arch
Superb views of rugged coastline
Be amazed at the magnitude of Devil's Kitchen
Port Arthur - historic convict site and living museum
Guided walking tour of historic Port Arthur with access to over 30 restored buildings and ruins
See the Penitentiary - a one time granary and flour mill, separate prison, Commandant's House, church and more
Take a cruise on Carnarvon Bay around the "Isle of the Dead"
The famous Salamanda Market Every Sat 9.30 am - 3:00 pm.
Parliament House Salamanca Place - Georgian style warehouses now restored as restaurants, galleries and pubs.
Princes Park - a one time gun battery
Battery Point - charming historic houses, pubs, boutique shops and restaurants
St George's Church views of Wrest Point Casino and exclusive Sandy Bay
South Hobart at the foot of Mt Wellington
Cascade Brewery Visit Cascade Gardens
Visit the remains of the Female Factory - a one time female prison
St David's Cathedral Treasury Building and Franklin Square
GPO and Hobart Town Hall Penitentiary Chapel and Court
Hobart Aquatic Centre Queen's Domain and Government House
Cross the Tasman Bridge over the Derwent River
Views over Kangaroo Bay Marina and Bellerive
Stop at Rosny Hill Lookout for stunning views of Hobart, Sandy Bay, Mt Wellington, The Tasman Bridge and Glenorchy Victoria Dock and Constitution Dock See the exquisite Royal Tasmania Botanical Gardens featuring 'Pete's Vegie Patch, made famous by Peter Cundall of ABC's Gardening Show.This tour departs from Tasmanian Travel Centre, corner Elizabeth and Davey Streets. Back to top
•See St David’s Park
•Anglesea Barracks - Australia’s oldest Army facility
•Cascade Valley - home of the Cascade Brewery and Gardens
•Pass through various ecosystems as we drive up the mountain
•Massive rock formations of the Organ Pipes
•Mt Wellington Summit - a harsh rocky alpine environment affording unsurpassed views on a clear day
•Witness the panoramic spectacle of Hobart, its surrounding suburbs, towns and vast waterways
•Visit remains of the Female Factory - a one time female prison
Hotel pickup and drop off, Tahune Forest Airwalk, light lunch and visit to the Apple Shed.
•Spectacular views of Hobart, the Derwent River and Wrest Point Casino
•Kingston - Hobart’s fastest growing town
•Lush rolling hills and valleys of the Derwent and Huon Valleys
•Rural town of Huonville - hub of the Huon Valley
•Franklin the home of wooden boat building
•Experience the country town of Geeveston
•Visit the Apple Shed - option to taste Willie Smith's Cider (own cost)
•Head deep into Aussie bush at the Tahune Airwalk with stunning views over the Huon River
•Unique Tasmanian timbers, cool temperature rainforests and wild rivers
•Walk under tall tree fern canopies and alongside the tannin coloured Huon River
•Perhaps walk across the swinging bridges over Picton and Huon Rivers
•In season - buy fresh fruit and berries from roadside stalls
Adults $ 130 pp
Children $65 pp ( 4 - 12 Year old )
Hotel pickup and drop off, morning tea, entry to Salmon Ponds and Mt Field National Park
•Travel north west skirting Mt Wellington and follow the Derwent River
•City of Glenorchy and Claremont - the home of Cadbury's
•Look for native birds along the shores of the Derwent River
•Beautiful Derwent Valley - tiny towns and agriculture
•New Norfolk - heart of the Derwent Valley
•Pass through the Hop fields
•Delightful complimentary morning tea with tea/coffee
•Opportunity to feed the trout and salmon
•Inspect the Museum of Trout Fishing and Tasmanian Angling Hall of Fame set amidst historic surrounds within the original English parklands
•Learn about the events that make up Tasmania's rich angling history and the significant contribution of trout fishing pioneers to Tasmania's world renowned trout fishery
•Experience the stillness of rainforest fern glades at Mt Field National Park
•Majestic tall tree ferns provide a canopy for a delightful walk alongside a forest stream
•Witness the spectacle of Russell Falls
•Lunch is available at own expense at Waterfalls Cafe
•Return alongside the Derwent River crossing Bowen Bridge overlooking the Incat catamaran manufacturing firm
•In season, purchase fresh raspberries from roadside stalls
Adults $168 pp
Children $84 pp ( 4 - 12 Year old )
Hotel pickup and drop off, national park entrance fee, Ashgrove Cheese Farm
•Travel through green pastures south west of Launceston
•Mountains of the Great Western Tiers guide you towards Cradle Mountain National Park
•Pass quaint and historical towns of Carrick, Hagley and Westbury
•Scenic town of Deloraine - hub between Launceston and Davenport
•Tour Sheffield - the town of murals
•Traverse through dense forest and mountainous terrain
•Look for wombats, potaroos and wallabies in Cradle Mountain National Park
•Stop at Cradle Village Café for lunch (own expense) or purchase lunch from the town of Sheffield
•Visit the Cradle Mountain Visitor Centre for an appreciation of the Cradle Mountain National Park
•Take a short stroll along Enchanted Forest Walk viewing pencil pine, lush forest and a spectacular waterfall
•Stand in awe as you take in the powerful and majestic Cradle Mountain reigning over the picturesque Dove Lake
•Take a short walk around Dove Lake taking in the views of Cradle Mountain (weather permitting)
•Visit Waldheim Chalet (the forest home) of Gustav Weindorfers
•Stop at Ashgrove Cheese Farm for some famous Tasmanian cheese
•Learn how cheese is made and sample the numerous variety of cheese made on the premises.
(Pennicott Wilderness Journeys Centre @ 07:45 am not wheelchair)
" Map & itinerary will provied when you make a booking "
Adults $225 pp
Children $165 pp
Ferry crossing, morning tea, Bruny Island Charters wilderness cruise and lunch
Untouched wilderness and ocean coast wildlife... The spectacle of massive stark cliffs shaped by the forces of nature... Embrace the power of the ocean at Bruny Island... - Tasmanian wilderness at its best!
7:45am - Check in at the Pennicott Wilderness Journeys Booking Centre
8:00am - Bus departs
9:30am - Ferry crossing
10.30am - Morning Tea at Adventure Bay
11:00am - 3 Hour Wilderness Cruise
2:00pm - Cruise concludes, Lunch
3:15pm - Bus departs, sightseeing
4:30pm - Ferry crossing
5:30pm - Arrive Hobart, hotel drop-off
" Map & Itinerary will be provided when you make a booking "
- Adult $225 pp
- Child 3-16 year) $155pp
- Bus Transfer City-Port Arthur
- Cruise 3 hours
- Morning tea
- Lunch at local cafes (Veg.,Ham,fish)
- Port Arthur Historic GuideTours 3 hours
7.30 am Bus departs Hobart
9.15 am Arrive on the Tasman Peninsula for morning tea and transfer to boat
10.00 am Tasman Island Cruise departs
1.00 pm Cruise concludes followed by lunch and 3 hours at the Port Arthur Historic Site
4.30 pm Bus departs
6.00 pm Arrive in Hobart, with Hobart hotel drop-off available
BRUNY ISLAND Food & wine Day Tour
Bruny Island Traveller is a full day tour of Bruny Island, exploring spectacular landscapes and gourmet local produce.
This is a delicious day out where every course on the menu is a stop on your journey.
Departs Hobart at 7.45am
Returns 5.30 pm
Adult & Child $155 pp Daily departures.
What is included
Return Ferry Crossing
6 Course Food Tasting - Will fill you up
7:45am - Depart Hobart
8:45am - Arrive Kettering
9:30am - Ferry crossing
10:00am - Bruny Island Cheese
10:45am - Get Shucked Oysters
11:20am - Bruny Island Berry Farm
12:00pm - White Wallabies on our private reserve
1:00pm - Bruny Island Premium Wines
2:30pm - HIBA Bruny Island Fudge
3:00pm - The Neck
3:40pm - Bruny Island House of Whisky
4:30pm - Ferry crossing
4:50pm - Arrive Kettering
5:30pm - Arrive Hobart
Departure Point 7.30 am
Meeting point Pennicott Wilderness Journeys Booking Centre situated on Franklin Wharf,
next to the Constitution Dock Lifting Bridge on Hobart's waterfront. T
What to bring
Comfortable walking shoes, Sunglasses, Hat and sunscreen,Water bottle, Small Pillow
Camera, Credit card, Group of Friend.
Please bring warm, waterproof clothing as nights can be cold on the island in any season. The Penguin Parade is a natural phenomenon taking place in the open outdoors.
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