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$195.84 Air, Helicopter & Balloon Tours

Port Arthur Day Tour and Helicopter Flight

The bus will pick you up from your Hobart accommodation between 7:00 AM and 7:30 AM to whisk you out of the city and towards the south east of Tasmania. Stop at Pirates Bay lookout and be astounded by the views of Eaglehawk Neck while having your morning coffee. At Waterfall Bay, you will see some of the remarkable coastal rock formations during a short nature walk in Tasman National Park.On to the heliport where your helicopter is now ready to depart. The 15-minute scenic flight takes high above some spectacular coastal scenery, Three Capes Track, Cape Hauy and the Port Arthur Historic Site. All delivered with a dose of knowledge and banter from your pilot.Visit the World Heritage Listed Port Arthur Historic Site and spend 3-hours exploring the beautiful grounds, buildings and stories. This visit includes a cruise around the harbour to appreciate the scale of the site and view the Isle of the Dead - the final resting place for many of the convicts and officers who called this part of Tasmania home.A bit of a chocolate hit at Federation Chocolate will help you through the afternoon drive back to Hobart and a brief stop at Richmond, another famous Tasmanian historic township. Your driver will return you at the end of the day to your Hobart accommodation. 

$83.41 Tours & Sightseeing

Wineglass Bay Discovery Tours - Full Day Tour from Hobart to Wineglass Bay

Discover the history and natural beauty of Tasmania’s stunning east coast on this full day tour from Hobart to Wineglass Bay. Before leaving Hobart, take in expansive views of the city, Mt Wellington and the Derwent River from the eastern shore at Rosny Hill Lookout. Then follow the original settlers route through the Coal River Valley, home to some of Tasmania's most popular wineries, to the Historic Georgian township of Richmond where you can admire the oldest convict built bridge still in use.Travel on to Tasmania’s east coast through farmland and forest with a stop at the quaint Buckland church to marvel at 14th century stained glass windows then follow the Great Eastern Drive through the seaside town of Orford, with a stop at Raspins Beach, where you can admire views of Maria Island and hear stories of its colorful past. A brief stop at Spiky Beach and a second convict built bridge will leave you pondering at it's unique design. On the approach to Swansea and beyond you will be treated to spectacular views of the Mountainous Hazards on the Freycinet Peninsula.Spend over 4 hours exploring Freycinet National Park including a guided walk to Wineglass bay lookout where views of this world renowned beach will take your breath away.  Enjoy stunning cliff top views at Cape Tourville - you may even spot some marine wild life. Visit Sleepy Bay with its amazing natural rock sculptures and bull kelp forests. Absorb the serenity of Honeymoon Bay and let the ocean air fill your lungs on the white sands of the expansive Friendly Beaches.Delight in the opportunity to Indulge in fresh local seafood at the Freycinet Marine Farm and on our way back to Hobart, be tempted by delicious homemade chocolates, jams, berry sweets and ice cream at the picturesque Kate’s Berry Farm.Pick up and drop off from your Hobart accommodation is included. Depart Hobart at 7.30 am and return at around 6.30 pm