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Tasman Peninsula Day Trip with Cruise & Devils from Hobart

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Tasman Peninsula Day Trip with Cruise & Devils from Hobart

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Spend a day on the Tasman Peninsula with a return guided bus tour from Hobart, an award-winning wilderness cruise, morning tea, lunch and a visit to the Tasmanian Devil Conservation Park.

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Duration 1 day
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  • Explore the Tasman Peninsula on a full-day tour from Hobart
  • Take a 3-hour wilderness cruise for amazing coastal views and abundant wildlife
  • Visit the Tasmanian Devil Park to see native wildlife
  • Enjoy morning tea and a delicious lunch as part of your tour
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Experience the highlights of the Tasman Peninsula on a day trip from Hobart. Journey 1.5 hours from Hobart to Port Arthur by a comfortable coach. Enjoy morning tea on the Tasman Peninsula. Climb aboard a custom-built boat for an unforgettable 3-hour wilderness cruise.

Explore the spectacular coastline between Port Arthur and Eaglehawk Neck, from rugged sea cliffs to waterfalls, rock formations, archways, and deep-sea caves. You might see seals, migrating whales, seabirds, or even a pod of playful dolphins surfing the boat's bow wave.  At the end of your cruise, enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before heading to the Tasmanian Devil Conservation Park. Spend part of the afternoon at the Park before the returning journey to Hobart for hotel drop-off.

  • Return transport
  • Morning tea
  • 3-hour wilderness cruise
  • Lunch
  • Entry into the Tasmanian Devil Park
  • Hotel pick-up

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Meeting point

Arrive early for check-in at the Consultation Dock Head Building.

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Important information

Know before you go

  • Make sure you dress warmly for the cruise - warm jackets, scarves, beanies and gloves are recommended
  • Local cafes and restaurants are used for meals and can cater for most dietary requirements, please advise when booking
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.9 /5

based on 63 reviews

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It was literally raining the whole day but the cruise was amazing. We only encountered the dolphins, albatrosses and seals. Few waterfalls to be seen around with a lot of kelps on the rocky shore. I thought I’ll see whales or penguins, but I guess end of February is not the season. I don’t really enjoyed the lunch provided. It tasted so-so for me. Since it was raining, I didn’t enjoy my time much at the tasmanian devil unzoo, but the guide there was really friendly and he’ll explain to you in details if you asked more.

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February 27, 2023

We had a lovely bus air conditioned and very nice seats, our guide was funny, pleasant, helpful, informative. He pointed out sites and told of occurrence both recent and previously. He would drop us off for morning tea, or at the cruise, lunch and to visit the Tasmanian Devil. He was always prompt at returning. The cruise was wonderful, beautiful, fun, informative and the girls running it were totally delightful very pleasant part of the day. The morning tea and lunch were average and pleasant. Visiting the Tasmanian Devil was also fair the young man guiding was very pleasant and informative. We also saw birds, kangaroos etc. overall a very nice day.

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February 10, 2023

From check in at the start of the day to the the final time we stepped off the bus, it was clear this was a well-oiled machine. Our guides were very professional, very experienced, and more than capable of handling anything that got thrown at them. We had a scenic drive to a farmstead and morning tea, then rode on to Port Arthur and boarded our boar for the cliff sightseeing tour, which was quite a ride! From there the group split between a historic Port Arthur tour and an Unzoo Tasmanian devils group. Our respective groups lunched together and then we went on to the Unzoo and interacted with devils, pademelons, kangaroos, possums, and more! After, the groups met back up for another scenic drive back to Hobart to end the day. Everything went off without a hitch and it was all very well done.

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September 11, 2022

Product ID: 74601