Welcome to Hobart. Travel around the city that was once known for it's convicts and has evolved into a place known for its beautiful gardens, art galleries, sandstone cottages and some of the best food made from local produce in Australia
Good afternoon and welcome to Hobart! A city of yachts and spinnakers, gardens and galleries, sandstone cottages and stately Georgian homes - a city built on the pain and toil of yesteryear English convicts.
A combination tour commencing with our indulgent food discovery tour (L745), then join tour L760 for a close-up experience of Australian native animals and a visit to Richmond, one of Australia’s most unique historic villages
Tour the highlights of Hobart then travel to Richmond, one of Australia's most original historic villages. Nowhere else in Tasmania is the romance and nostalgic charm of the colonial days more alive than in Richmond.
Tasmania has become world-famous for its fresh produce, pristine growing conditions and artisan food industry. This tour tempt your taste buds at Coal River Farm, Tasmania’s hub of handmade cheese, chocolate, farm-grown berries and fruits.
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
Port Arthur Historic Site is a compelling and dramatic reminder of our convict past and the early settlement of Tasmania. Interpretive and interactive presentations bring to life the harrowing life of convicts 200 years ago.
Salamanca Market - delight in a shopping experience at Hobart's popular and colourful outdoor marketplace. Then join the coach to Port Arthur and acquire a sense of our past convict era and early Australian settlement.
Travel deep into the lush rainforest of Cradle Mountain National Park. Walk through the Enchanted Forest and around the spectacular scenery of Dove Lake and indulge on some of Australia's finest cheeses.
Visit one of the world's most beautiful beaches at the Bay of Fires. Departing from Launceston, travel amongst rainforests and farmlands of North East of Tasmania and enjoy a picnic lunch in an idyllic setting.
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!
Let your eyes follow the perfect curve where white sand meets turquoise waters, and then you will know why Wineglass Bay in the Freycinet National Park is consistently rated amongst the top ten beaches in the world.