Welcome to Hobart
No doubt about it, Hobart’s future is looking rosy. Tourism is booming and the old town is brimming with new-found self-confidence. Plan on staying a while – you’ll need at least a few days to savour the full range of beers flowing from the city’s pubs... Read More
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Full-Day Sailing Cruise from Hobart
Enjoy a day of sailing from Hobart's spectacular, natural harbor aboard a luxury Sydney to Hobart maxi yacht. Take the helm and help trim the sails or just relax and take in the views of Hobart’s historic landmark buildings and stunning coastal scenery from the water. As you sail the Derwent River and into the waters of Storm Bay or the D'Entrecasteaux Channel, be on the lookout for seals, dolphins and migrating whales in season. Explore pristine, isolated beaches, go swimming off the yacht, do a spot of fishing and enjoy a delicious lunch made from the best of Tasmania's natural produce. Enjoy a great day out on the water as you hoist the mainsail and cruise on Hobart’s Derwent River. The 62-foot (19-meter) luxury cutter is a veteran of three Sydney to Hobart yacht races and is classified as a ‘cruiser racer,’ which means you get the thrill of sailing on a fast ocean-racing yacht. The skipper will guide you out into Storm Bay or the more sheltered waters of D'Entrecasteaux Channel, depending upon the weather conditions. Take your turn at the helm of this mighty ocean racer or relax and enjoy the thrill of being under full sail. Explore isolated and pristine white sandy beaches, go swimming off the yacht, laze on the large sunny deck or retire below deck to enjoy luxury comfort with Tasmania’s finest gourmet food and drinks.See dolphins and seals as they swim alongside, watch albatross soaring high and if you’re lucky see migrating whales and their newly born calves, or pods of awesome killer whales.
Mount Wellington Descent Cycling Tour departs Hobart
Rising to a height of 1270 metres, The Mt Wellington Descent is by far the most fun and exciting activity if you only have limited time in Hobart. This three-hour adventure departs daily to the top of Mt Wellington with a thrilling bike ride back to sea level. For your slice of Tasmanian adventure, book this tour today!Take in the views from the distant mountain ranges of the southwest, to the sprawling city of Hobart below, then follow your guide on a downhill descent of the mountain. Watch the alpine terrain gradually being replaced by a magnificent forest and stop on several occasions to take in the varying views and snap a picture or two.The winding mountain road takes you down to the foothills where you can choose to experience the thrill of the off-road section. Finish the 21 kilometer cycling trip after riding through the outer suburbs of South Hobart and Battery Point and complete the journey in Salamanca Place on the waterfront of Hobart. This Mount Wellington cycling tour is fun designed for all levels of fitness!Off-road Riding:For the more adventurous amongst the group, there is an opportunity to let loose on approximately 5km of off-road riding. Those not interested in hitting the dirt trails, can happily roll down the hill with the support van behind and meet the group at the resting and snack spot around 20 minutes later. The whole group will then ride together into the city of Hobart. This trail goes via historic Battery Point and concludes in Salamanca Place on the waterfront of Hobart.
3-Day Tasmania West Coast Tour from Hobart: Strahan, Cradle Mountain, Launceston
Explore Tasmania’s wild west coast on a three-day excursion from Hobart. Go bushwalking on Cradle Mountain, explore the coast at Strahan, and conclude your tour in Launceston. To really experience Tassie’s natural beauty, upgrade to include a wilderness activity, from a Gordon River cruise to quad biking on the Henty sand dunes. Stay in a private lodge in Strahan on both nights, and enjoy personal attention from your guide on this small-group tour, limited to 20 people.
Tasmania Super Saver: Hobart Sightseeing Coach Tram Tour plus Port Arthur Tour
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.
Port Arthur Historic Site 2-Day Pass
Take a walk into the past at the Port Arthur Historic Site! With a two-day pass to this UNESCO World Heritage Site, you'll go on a guided walking tour, have access to more than 30 historic buildings and ruins, and enjoy a cruise on Port Arthur’s harbor. With so much to see at Port Arthur, this two-day pass ensures you won't miss a thing!
3-Day Cradle Mountain Photography Workshop
Cradle Mountain is always a rewarding Tasmanian photography tour. Highlights of this 3 day workshop include two sunsets and two sunrises at Dove Lake; wildlife, including Tasmanian Devils up close at the Devils@Cradle park. You will also shoot rustic mountain huts including Waldheim Chalet and the picture perfect boat shed on Dove Lake. There are many beautiful rivers and waterfalls deep in the myrtle and king billy rainforest, and you will spend your days immersed in this ancient environment. A post-processing tutorial is also included, and if conditions allow you will do a night session at Dove Lake. Finally, the stunning Liffey Falls is included on the return trip to Hobart.