Hobart (Tasmania)
Morning/and or Afternoon City Tour
Duration: 3 Hours
Overview: See the highlights of Hobart on this 2 hour tram tour. Hobart is 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. The Hobart Explorer Coach Tram Tour with full live commentary will stop at the Anglesea Barracks, the fudge factory and Rosny Lookout.
Hobart Highlights
Duration: 3 Hours 15 Minutes
Overview:Tour the highlights of Hobart including Sullivan's Cove, Salamanca Place and Battery Point; then travel to charming Richmond, one of Australia's most original historic villages. Take a guided tour (at own expense) of Richmond Jail, operational since 1826. Free time to explore Richmond; see the convict built homes, classic Georgian mansions and small cottages, unique shops, galleries and restaurants.
Tasmanian Devils
Duration: 3 Hours 50 Minutes
Overview: This afternoon, travel around Hobart seeing its highlights and continue on Brooker highway to the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary. See the Tasmanian Devil a most unusual mammal, found only in Tasmania. Take a guided tour and learn about the habits of Australia's native animals. In the evening before returning to Hobart, visit Richmond - one of Australia's most unique and historic towns and enjoy some free time to explore.
Russell Falls with Lunch
Duration: 6 Hours 45 Minutes
Overview:Travel North West skirting Mt Wellington and follow the Derwent River. View the beautiful tiny towns, agricultural landscape and New Norfolk en route to Mt Field National Park. Majestic tall tree ferns provide a canopy of a delightful walk alongside a forest stream. See Russell Falls and enjoy lunch of fresh local Tasmanian Salmon with a glass of wine. Enjoy feeding trout and salmon at the oldest trout hatchery and visit the museum of trout fishing. Return to Hobart.
Grand Port Arthur
Duration: 8 Hours 45 Minutes
Overview:See Port Arthur and the surrounds in this amazing deluxe tour. Rich in visual history, the Port Arthur Historic Site evokes a powerful sense of a past convict era and early Australian settlement heritage. Highlights include the historic convict site, royal botanic gardens, government house, Eaglehawk Neck and superb views of the rugged coastline. After lunch (own expense) take a guided walking tour of the historic convict site and then cruise on Carnarvon Bay to the Isle of the Dead. Enjoy more spectacular views on your return trip to Hobart.
Port Arthur with Salamanca Market
Duration: 8 Hours 45 Minutes
Overview:Spend a couple of hours at Tasmania's premier tourist attraction 'Salamanca Market' before departing for Port Arthur. Enjoy the sights, sounds, flavors, and colors of the best outdoor market. Pick up produce and crafts from all over Tasmania.

Port Arthur Historic Site is a compelling reminder of a convict past. Cross the Tasman Bridge, head out on the Tasman Highway crossing the Pitwater Causeway onto Forestier Peninsula. Highlights include Eaglehawk Neck, pristine pirates bay and views of the rugged coastlines. Take a guided walking tour and cruise on Carnarvon Bay around the "Isle of the Dead".
Wilderness South Coast - 1 day 4WD tour
Duration: 9 Hours
Overview: Head for Seal Bay and walk amongst the sea-lions, a colony of 600 bulls, cows and pups. Enjoy a morning tea break with biscuits, freshly ground coffee and tea. Then spend a wonderful few hours in the Island's largest park of 74,000 hectares, Flinder Chase. See native wildlife at Rocky River, headquarters of the park, drive through dense forest of eucalyptus and casuarina to Admirals Arch and the colony of New Zealand fur seals and see them at play or rest. Return to headquarters for a delicious lunch and head for Koala Avenue just outside the Park to view koalas in their natural habitat.
Bruny Island Wilderness Coast
Duration: 9 Hours 30 Minutes
Overview: See spectacular views of Hobart, the Derwent River and Kingston en route to the boating village of Kettering. Drive onto the ferry for Bruny Island. Board a cruise at stunning Adventure Bay. See stark 300 metre high Jurassic dolerite cliffs, breathtaking rock formations and an explosive blow hole. Look for Sea Eagles nests and enjoy the pristine rainforest and beaches. Explore stunning sea caves and Friar Rocks - home to over 1000 Australian Fur Seals and sea bird nesting areas. Look for dolphins.