TOURS - Full day

Port Arthur grounds

Port Arthur

Port Arthur - A day in the lives of convicts

  • Fully guided tour of the site
  • Experience the harsh penal colony
  • Admire the geology of the Tasman Arch and the Devils Kitchen

Take a trip back in time to Port Arthur. The historic site is included on the UNESCO World Heritage list and is a must-do during your trip to Tasmania.

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Mt Field

Mt Field - Rainforest and waterfalls

  • Russell Falls and Horseshoe Falls
  • Stroll through temperate rainforest
  • Chance to encounter a pademelon or platypus

Mount Field is one of Tasmania’s oldest and best known national park. It is home to magestic waterfalls. We travel through the Derwent Valley, once home to the largest hop growing company in the Southern Hemisphere.

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Bruny Island

Bruny Island - Local cuisine and scenery

  • Enjoy 360 degree views from the Truganini Lookout
  • See the historic convict built lighthouse
  • Option to include a 3 hour Pennicott Wilderness Journeys Cruise

Bruny Island offers a truly unique experience. From gentle rolling hills to heavy timber rainforest, from tranquil beaches to rugged sea cliffs. This island offers not only fantastic scenery, but also some exceptional food.

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Maria island cyclists

Maria Island

Maria Island - Pristine beaches and wombats

  • Australian wildlife
  • One of six penal settlements in Tasmania
  • 290 million year old fossil cliffs

Maria Island is one of Tasmania’s best kept secrets. The national park offers wonderful short walks. The island offers some of the best chances of seeing Tasmanian wildlife: count how many wombats, kangaroos and Tasmanian devils you can see.

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Hastings Caves

Hastings Caves - Stalactite cave

  • Take a swim in the thermal springs pool
  • Marvel at the stalactive and stalagmites
  • Chance to encounter a platypus in the rivers

Hastings Caves are believed to have been formed over 40 million years ago, but only discovered by timber workers in 1917. Newdegate Cave is the most famous of the caves and is only one of two dolomite caves in Australia open to the public.

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Cataract Gorge


Launceston - Cataract gorge

  • Experience a bird’s eye view of the Gorge from the chairlift
  • Admire the beautiful Georgian convict buildings
  • Travel through the heart of Tasmania’s farming country

The journey to Northern Tasmania and Launceston’s Cataract Gorge takes you through historic townships of Richmond, Ross and Oatlands. These towns are premier attractions of Tasmania’s convict heritage.

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Tahune Airwalk

Tahune Airwalk

Tahune Airwalk - Walk amongst the giants

  • Travel through the Huon Valley wine region
  • Cross the Picton River on a swinging bridge
  • Enjoy the feeling of walking among the treetops

The Tahune Airwalk is located close to Geeveston, Tasmania’s largest southernmost town. The Airwalk is found in an area maintained by Forestry. The Tahune Forest Reserve is home to some of the tallest trees in the world!

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Wineglass bay

Freycinet National Park

Freycinet National Park - Wineglass bay

  • Wineglass Bay is in Lonely Planet’s Top 10 beaches
  • Spectacular views across Great Oyster Bay
  • Opportunity to enjoy famous ice-cream at Kate’s Berry Farm

Freycinet National Park is a peninsular situated on Tasmania’s sunny East Coast. The most iconic part of this National Park is Wineglass Bay. Along the spectacular coastline are pristine beaches and unspoilt wilderness.

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Wineglass bay

Huon Valley

Huon Valley - Scenery and local produce

  • Boutique vineyards in the heart of the Huon Valley
  • Taste the sublime Grandvewe sheep’s milk cheese
  • Follow the majestic Derwent River

Explore the picturesque Huon Valley for a fabulous food and wine tour. Complete your Tasmania holiday with tasting some of the best produce the island state has to offer. With its temperate climate and rich soil, this is Tasmania’s premier fruit growing region.

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