Tour description provided by Viator

Over two days, enjoy a half-day tour of Hobart’s major city-center attractions, plus a full-day walking tour of Port Arthur! Ideal for first-time visitors to Hobart, this 2-day tour package combines two best-selling Hobart tours and represents a saving of 20%. Highlights include the guided walking tour of the Port Arthur Historic Site, with maximum visiting time, and the scenic overview of Hobart’s historic sites including a drive through the charming village precinct of Battery Point. Once you have completed the first tour, you have six more days to complete the second.

Day 1: Hobart Sightseeing Coach Tram Tour (3 hours)Step aboard a historic coach tram to see the best of Hobart, a city of

yachts and spinnakers; gardens and galleries; sandstone cottages and

stately Georgian homes. This three-hour tour is the perfect introduction

to Hobart's best attractions.The tour takes in Hobart’s heart

and soul, the waterfront docks at Sullivan's Cove. You’ll also see the

Georgian warehouses of Salamanca Place, now restored as restaurants,

galleries and pubs and home to the famous weekend market. See

the charming historic houses, pubs, boutique shops and restaurants of

Battery Point, and tour south Hobart at the foot of Mt Wellington.

You’ll also see the historic Cascade Gardens and Brewery and visit the

remains of the Cascade Female Factory, part of 11 sites that comprise

the Australian Convict Sites listed on the UNESCO World Heritage list

and a one-time female prison.Lastly, your tour crosses the Tasman

Bridge over the Derwent River and stops at Rosny Hill lookout for

stunning views of Hobart, Sandy Bay, Mt Wellington, the Tasman Bridge

and Glenorchy.Please note: The tram does not operate on SaturdaysDay 2: Port Arthur Tour (8 hours: must be taken within seven days)After enjoying a scenic trip down the Tasman Peninsula and Eaglehawk

Neck, take a walk into the past at Port Arthur Historic Site, a

compelling and dramatic reminder of Australia’s convict history and

Tasmania’s early settlement. The site’s interpretive and interactive

presentations bring the harrowing reality of the convict experience to

life.Your guided walking tour provides access to more than 30

restored buildings and ruins, including the Penitentiary, granary and

flour mill, the separate prison, the Commandant's House and the church.

Then take a cruise on Carnarvon Bay to see where escapee prisoners were

incarcerated on the Isle of the Dead.After lunch at Port Arthur

(own expense), you’ll see the spectacular, rugged coastline of this part

of Tasmania, including Tasman National Park, the Tasman Arch, the

Devils Kitchen and blowhole, before returning to Hobart in the late

afternoon.

Itinerary

Day 1: Hobart Sightseeing Coach Tram Tour (3 hours)

Step aboard a historic coach tram to see the best of Hobart, a city of 
 yachts and spinnakers; gardens and galleries; sandstone cottages and 
 stately Georgian homes. This three-hour tour is the perfect introduction
 to Hobart's best attractions. The tour takes in Hobart’s heart 
 and soul, the waterfront docks at Sullivan's Cove. You’ll also see the 
 Georgian warehouses of Salamanca Place, now restored as restaurants, 
 galleries and pubs and home to the famous weekend market. See 
 the charming historic houses, pubs, boutique shops and restaurants of 
 Battery Point, and tour south Hobart at the foot of Mt Wellington. 
 You’ll also see the historic Cascade Gardens and Brewery and visit the 
 remains of the Cascade Female Factory, part of 11 sites that comprise 
 the Australian Convict Sites listed on the UNESCO World Heritage list 
 and a one-time female prison. Lastly, your tour crosses the Tasman 
 Bridge over the Derwent River and stops at Rosny Hill lookout for 
 stunning views of Hobart, Sandy Bay, Mt Wellington, the Tasman Bridge 
 and Glenorchy. Please note: The tram does not operate on Saturdays

Day 2: Port Arthur Tour (8 hours:must be taken within seven days)

After enjoying a scenic trip down the Tasman Peninsula and Eaglehawk 
 Neck, take a walk into the past at Port Arthur Historic Site, a 
 compelling and dramatic reminder of Australia’s convict history and 
 Tasmania’s early settlement. The site’s interpretive and interactive 
 presentations bring the harrowing reality of the convict experience to 
 life. Your guided walking tour provides access to more than 30 
 restored buildings and ruins, including the Penitentiary, granary and 
 flour mill, the separate prison, the Commandant's House and the church. 
 Then take a cruise on Carnarvon Bay to see where escapee prisoners were 
 incarcerated on the Isle of the Dead. After lunch at Port Arthur 
 (own expense), you’ll see the spectacular, rugged coastline of this part
 of Tasmania, including Tasman National Park, the Tasman Arch, the 
 Devils Kitchen and blowhole, before returning to Hobart in the late 
 afternoon.