Three of Hobart’s best day tour experiences come together in this great 3 day value combo.

Please note this package consists of three seperate day tours. Accommodation is not included in this package.

Includes

  • Port Arthur Historic Site entry, guided walk and harbour cruise
  • Bruny Island Ferry
  • MONA entry
  • Travel to Mount Wellington summit
  • All National Park entry fees
  • Hostel & Hotel pick up and drop off
  • from $295pp
  • Hobart
  • 3 Days

Explore Tasmania’s ruthless convict past at the World Heritage listed Port Arthur Historic Site and experience the beautiful coastline of the Tasman Peninsula.

We start the day at Richmond, Australia’s best-preserved colonial village, before we head south to the Tasman Peninsula and visit the Tasman National Park for some amazing views of the rugged coastline.

Arriving at Port Arthur Historic Site we discover the story of this convict settlement and the chilling realities of life as a prisoner amid the preserved gaol ruins. At the historic site we join a guided tour, take a harbour cruise and have plenty of time left to explore. On our way back to Hobart we’ll stop by the remarkable natural features of Tasman Arch, Devils Kitchen and the Blowhole.

Starts: Hobart 7.30am
Finishes: Hobart 5.30pm

Highlights:
• Richmond Village
• Pirates Bay lookout
• Port Arthur Historic Site guided tour & harbour cruise
• Tasman Arch & Devils Kitchen

What to bring:
• Camera
• Drink bottle
• Comfortable trail walking shoes
• Hat, sunglasses and sunscreen
• Clothes to suit conditions (layers are a good idea)
• Waterproof jacket (just in case)

Experience two of Hobart’s not-to-be-missed attractions: Mona, the Museum of Old and New Art and Hobart’s backdrop, kunanyi/Mt Wellington.

We start by heading to the summit of kunanyi/Mt Wellington to enjoy stunning views over Hobart and Southern Tasmania. From the summit we offer the spectacular Organ Pipes walk for the adventurous, or some shorter walking options to explore the mountain for those looking for a more relaxed morning.

Coming down from the mountain there is some free time for lunch on Hobart’s waterfront before heading off to Mona museum. Described by its creator as a ‘subversive adult Disneyland’ Mona is Tasmania’s most visited tourist attraction and offers visitors a unique and memorable experience.

Starts:  Hobart 7.30am

Finishes: Hobart 5.00pm

Highlights:

  • kunanyi/Mt Wellington summit
  • Organ Pipes walk or Springs lookout
  • The Springs
  • Salamanca waterfront
  • Mona museum
  • Hostel and motel pickups and drop offs

What to bring:

  • Camera
  • Drink bottle
  • Comfortable trail walking shoes
  • Hat, sunglasses and sunscreen
  • Clothes to suit conditions (layers are a good idea)
  • Waterproof jacket (just in case)

Located at the mouth of the River Derwent, Bruny Island is one of Tasmania’s best natural highlights, enjoy breathtaking scenery, unique wildlife and taste local produce.

Bruny Island is home to unique wildlife (including the white Bennetts wallabies), amazing scenery, rich indigenous history and delicious local produce. After a short ferry ride across the D’entrecasteaux Channel we’ll head to Cape Bruny and the Bruny Island Lighthouse, stopping along the way for some spectacular views at the Neck lookout. Next we’ll enjoy great coastal walks and stunning beaches, including Adventure Bay for a quick swim (conditions permitting) before we look for the local white Bennetts wallabies. Bruny Island is famous for its delicious produce and we will have opportunities to sample some delicious food including cheese and oysters.

Starts:  Hobart 7.30am

Finishes: Hobart 5.30pm

Highlights:

  • Cape Bruny & Bruny Island Light House
  • Adventure Bay
  • Local wildlife
  • Berry farm (seasonal)
  • Local produce tasting

What to bring:

  • Camera
  • Drink bottle
  • Comfortable trail walking shoes
  • Hat, sunglasses and sunscreen
  • Clothes to suit conditions (layers are a good idea)
  • Waterproof jacket (just in case)
  • Swimwear and towel (conditions permitting)