Leave Hobart behind and spend a day on the Tasman Peninsula, exploring its stunning scenery and learning about its historical past. Enjoy a three-hour eco-adventure as you cruise along the peninsula’s coastline from Eaglehawk Neck to Port Arthur, where you will see Australia’s highest sea cliffs, discover deep-sea caves and admire an abundance of wildlife. Then enjoy lunch and more exploring the peninsula’s attractions on land.
Travel approximately 1.5-hours from Hobart to the Tasman Peninsula by coach. Relax and enjoy the stunning coastal scenery as your driver points out interesting sights and regales you with fun facts along the way. When you arrive on the peninsula, enjoy a delicious morning tea before you board the boat for your three-hour scenic cruise.Your eco-adventure follows the spectacular coastline of Tasman National Park, between Port Arthur and Eaglehawk Neck. The boat has covered open-air seating, which allows for great viewing opportunities and a closer connection to the natural environment. Marvel at Australia’s highest sea cliffs as they loom large over the sea, and watch dolphins and seals as they swim alongside the boat. You will explore deep-sea caves and see the slender white lighthouse that stands guard over Storm Bay. There is so much to see, you won’t know where to look next!After the cruise, enjoy lunch and then spend the afternoon exploring the region with your guide. Visit local sites including Remarkable Cave, Federation Chocolate Factory and Port Arthur lavender Farm before returning to Hobart where your tour ends.Optional Sightseeing Options:You can’t see everything in one day, but you can try! Customize the sightseeing to suit you. Instead of visiting local attractions like Remarkable Cave, Federation Chocolate Factory and Port Arthur lavender Farm you can choose one of these upgrade options:Enhance your day on the Tasman Peninsula with a visit to the Tasmanian Devil Conservation Park and come face to face with the devils. Enjoy the free-flight bird show, hand-feed the kangaroos and see feeding time for the devils!Or, visit the Port Arthur Historic Site and discover Tasmania's convict past. You will have three hours to explore the well-preserved ruins and picturesque grounds and gardens.