Visit the Tasman Peninsula and Port Arthur Historic Site to see its stunning coastline and World Heritage convict history. Savour some bean to bar made chocolate and immerse yourself in all things lavender.
Take a personalised private full day tour to Tasmania’s iconic Cradle Mountain, part of the Tasmanian World Heritage Area. We will pick you up and return you to the Burnie Information Centre Makers Workshop allowing for your cruise ship’s schedule.
See Australia’s native wildlife including the Tasmanian devil at Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary. Visit historic Richmond and enjoy some cheese tastings at Wicked Cheese.
See the beautiful rural scenery of the Derwent Valley. Visit Mt Field National Park and take the Russell Falls and/or Tall Trees Walk. Feed the fish at the Salmon Ponds and drop into see some local wildlife at Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary.
Visit Bruny Island, a small island off the south eastern coast of Tasmania, accessible by car ferry. Famous for its stunning beaches, wild coastlines and numerous boutique food and beverage producers.
Travel Tasmania’s Great Eastern Drive and see stunning coastal beaches and mountains. Walk to the famous Wineglass Bay Lookout within Freycinet National Park. Visit Spiky Bridge and other gems along the way.
This 10-hour day tour from Hobart covers two of Northern Tasmania’s biggest attractions, Bridestowe Lavender Estate and Launceston’s Cataract Gorge. You will travel along Tasmania’s heritage Midlands Highway to Launceston then on to Bridestowe, 50 kilometres northeast of Launceston. You will get the opportunity to enjoy a stroll in their lavender fields, peruse the gift shop and purchase a meal in their café. The only time to see the lavender in full bloom is December and January. Our private guide will then drive you to Launceston to see the stunning Cataract Gorge before journeying back to Hobart at the end of the day.
The tour starts with a trip to the top of kunanyi/Mt Wellington to take in the stunning views over Hobart and surrounds. You will then travel back down the mountain and out to Brighton, 30 minutes’ drive north of Hobart, to see Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary. Here you will get to see their large range of native wildlife such as Tasmanian devils, wombats and wallabies.
Take a private tour from Hobart into the Huon Valley. Start with a visit to Mount Wellington for views of Hobart and the Southwest Heritage Area. Travel down into the Huon Valley and enjoy views of the rolling mountains, fruit orchards, forests, and rivers. You will stop at the Honey Pot in Grove for a taste of their native honey before you travel along the Huon River, out and through Geeveston to Tahune Adventures. Here you can walk high amongst the treetops and look out towards the Picton and Huon rivers. Finish your days adventure with a visit to Franks Cider Bar and Café in Franklin for a cider tasting or a coffee.
Your private guide and car will pick you up from the Port Arthur Historic Site Visitors Centre for a tour of the nearby Tasman Peninsula. You will get to see the region’s stunning coastal scenery and boutique producers of lavender and chocolate. You also have a choice of sampling local wine and oysters or a visit to the local unique wildlife sanctuary, Tasmanian Devil Unzoo.
Start your day tour by looking out at the stunning views from kunanyi/Mt Wellington, followed by a visit to the many attractions of the Coal River Valley including oysters, cheese, wine, Richmond’s convict built architecture and Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary.
Take a day tour from Hobart to the Tasman Peninsula and visit some of the regions best coastal scenery, boutique producers of lavender, chocolate, wine and oysters. This includes a visit to the local unique wildlife sanctuary, Tasmanian Devil Unzoo.
Take a leisurely drive along the stunning coastline of the D’Entrecasteaux Channel and into the rich farming land of the Huon Valley to visit some outstanding boutique food and beverage producers.
Take a private tour from Hobart to visit 3 of Tasmania’s best whisky producers, Nant, Old Kempton Distillery and international award winning Sullivans Cove Distillery.
Visit Bruny Island, a small island off the south eastern coast of Tasmania, accessible by car ferry. Famous for its stunning beaches, wild coastlines.