Must do's in Hobart

Hobart City Tour

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.

Port Arthur Tour

Experience the powerful sense of our past convict era and of the early Australian settlement heritage that the Port Arthur Historic Site evokes. Sitting tranquilly amidst English oaks and gardens it is a harsh contrast to the beauty of the Tasman Peninsula. Your tour starts in Hobart travelling across the Tasman Bridge, through Eaglehawk Neck, onto the Tasman Peninsula. Wonder at the spectacle of Tasman Arch and the magnitude of Devils Kitchen and enjoy superb views of the rugged coastline. Take a guided walking tour of Port Arthur with access to over 30 ruins and restored buildings.

Bruny Island Traveller 

Explore spectacular landscapes and gourmet local produce. Depart for Kettering to board the ferry for the crossing to Bruny Island. At each tasting stop you can sit back, relax and enjoy a fully inclusive experience. Tastings today include Bruny Island Cheese, shucked oysters, Bruny Island Berry Farm (seasonal), Bruny Island Premium Wines, HIBA Bruny Island Fudge and Bruny Island House of Whisky. See incredible scenery - at The Neck see the narrow isthmus stretch away south in graceful curves, take a stroll and leave your footprints in the sand of a deserted beach and see wilderness which is home to diverse wildlife including rare white wallabies.

Wineglass Bay and the Freycinet National Park

Wineglass Bay and the Freycinet National Park - Active Day Tour Visit Wineglass Bay lookout to see one of the World's Top 10 Beaches! The tour departs Hobart heading east then following the coastline north, with amazing views of Maria Island and the coastal scenery along the way.Travel through the seaside towns of Orford and Swansea as you make your way to Freycinet National Park.Enter the Freycinet peninsula, have a brief stop at the Freycinet Marine Farm for anyone interested in the local oysters, mussels or crayfish fresh from the pristine waters. Walk as a group to the Wineglass Bay Lookout, this is a moderate uphill walk of around 45 minutes.Once at the top you are rewarded with that world famous view of Wineglass Bay and the stunning Freycinet National Park.Enjoy the moment, take in the views and let our guides help you with those sought after photographs.The walk to Wineglass Bay Lookout is one of the Great Short Walks of Tasmania and requires good mobility and adequate fitness.It is 1.3 km uphill, before returning downhill.Sturdy footwear, runners are fine are best for this walk.
From the Lookout you have the option to return to the start of the walk with our tour guide, or for the keen walkers you can choose to spend the rest of your time completing the walk down to Wineglass beach.Wineglass Bay Beach Walk This is a 2.5 hr return walk and adequate fitness is required.Our tour has ample time for you to do the full walk to Wineglass Bay Beach and return.
Once on the beach you can enjoy our lunch in this stunning setting, jump in the pristine waters for a swim, or wander along the white sands.This is one of the most rewarding walks in Tasmania to a stunning location.If you prefer to select the shorter walking option, then return from the Wineglass Bay Lookout with our Tour Guide and explore other areas of Freycinet National Park.Visit Honeymoon Bay, Sleepy Bay, Cape Tourville Lighthouse and Great Short Walk.After a very full 4 5 hours at Freycinet National Park we begin the trip back to Hobart.

Iron Pot Cruise

Discover Hobart's coastal beauty and maritime history on a 60 km, two and a half hour eco cruise exploring its waterways, beaches, cliffs and caves. See iconic landmarks like Mount Wellington, Wrest Point Casino and the Shot Tower. Arrive at the Iron Pot, Australia's oldest lighthouse. The unique square spire is a testament to convict construction, still standing more than 150 years later. Voyage further south into Storm Bay to circumnavigate Betsey Island which is home to a variety of seabirds including the majestic White-bellied Sea-Eagle.