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Hobart City Sightseeing Tour including MONA Ticket

1. Hobart City Sightseeing Tour including MONA Ticket

Enjoy the best of Hobart and the Museum of Old and New Art on this intriguing sightseeing tour. See Hobart’s main landmarks in a converted historic tram and then spend your afternoon exploring the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA). Enjoy a 3-hour introductory city tour, seeing over 40 of Hobart's historical sites aboard the tram and stopping at four locations. Enjoy your experienced guide's expert commentary and in-depth knowledge of the city's history, lifestyle, features and attractions. See Sullivan's Cove, Parliament House, Salamanca Place, Princes Park, Battery Point and much more. Walk to see exterior of the Cascade Brewery and visit the remains of the Female Factory.  Marvel at views over Kangaroo Bay Marina and Bellerive as you cross the Derwent River on Tasman Bridge. Stop at Rosny Hill lookout for stunning views of Hobart, Sandy Bay, Mount Wellington, Tasman Bridge and Glenorchy. View Victoria Dock and Constitution Dock and see the exquisite Royal Tasmania Botanical Gardens.  Enjoy the fascinating collections at the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) with your entry ticket in the afternoon. Relax at the end of the day with return ferry transfer to Brooke Street Pier, arriving in Hobart at 17:30.

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Hobart: Half-Day Vineyard Tour with Tastings and Pizza

2. Hobart: Half-Day Vineyard Tour with Tastings and Pizza

Spend an afternoon with some of Tasmania's most charming wine producers as you sample local wine, learn about the wine-making process, see Australia's oldest bridge, and, to round things off, enjoy some homemade pizza. Following pickup from your Hobart accommodation, you'll visit three different wine producers. Start with Derwent Estate and enjoy a tasting session inside a charming heritage cottage that overlooks the River Derwent Estuary. The next stop is at one of the many vineyards nestled in the Coal River Valley, home to numerous celebrated wine producers. Enjoy a short stopover in Richmond Village, where you can view Australia's oldest bridge. After a short drive, you’ll arrive at Everyman and His Dog Vineyard. Meet the makers and hear stories about operating Tasmania's smallest commercial vineyard. Finally, enjoy homemade pizza and a relaxing atmosphere to finish up the day of tastings.

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From Launceston: Full-Day Wineglass Bay Explorer Tour

3. From Launceston: Full-Day Wineglass Bay Explorer Tour

Depart Launceston ready for an action-packed day out exploring Wineglass Bay, Freycinet National Park and the delights and highlights along the way. Your drive this morning takes you through the well-preserved Georgian townships of Evandale and Campbell Town. Make a short stop in Campbell Town where you can collect some lunch to take along for the day ahead. You will have time to discover the Convict Brick Trail that extends through the town, visit the Red Bridge, and check out the tree sculptures depicting the history of the town. After a brief stop in Campbell Town travel to the East Coast, where you catch an amazing view of the area at the Great Oyster Bay Lookout and an opportunity to purchase some fresh oysters plucked from the beautiful surrounding waters. Once inside Freycinet National Park begin a series of walks and exploration of the area. Walk as a group to the Wineglass Bay Lookout, a moderate uphill walk of around 45 - 60 minutes. Here the views make the walk well worth the effort! For the keen walkers, you can continue the walk down to Wineglass Bay beach (2.5 hour return walking time). Once on the beach you have time to take a swim, relax, eat your lunch or meander along the white sands. Or, if you prefer to select the shorter walking option, you can explore other areas of Freycinet with your tour guide. Visit Honeymoon Bay and the Cape Tourville Lighthouse “Great Short Walk”. Still on the east coast, you will make a final stop for the day, where you can refresh and refuel in a friendly and relaxed location. Try the local hand-crafted ice creams or perhaps a famous Tasmanian scallop pie! Then it's onwards into Launceston returning around 6:30 PM.

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From Hobart: Tasmanian Whisky Distillery Tour

4. From Hobart: Tasmanian Whisky Distillery Tour

Discover the best of Tasmania's booming whisky distillery scene on this full-day tour. With natural advantages of pure clean mountain water, cool climate conditions and fields of barley and peat, this boutique industry is now being heralded for creating some of the finest single malt whiskys being produced anywhere in the world today. Departing from Hobart, drive through spectacular Tasmanian landscapes from the Coal Valley to the Southern Midlands to the Tasmanian Highlands. Different distilleries will be visited on different days of the week depending on availability, however, a diverse and entertaining experience is guaranteed.    Kick-off your tour with a breakfast whisky upon arrival at the first distillery then enjoy samples of over a dozen different varieties throughout the day, including samples straight from the cask. Stop for lunch at a restaurant serving only the finest seasonal local produce. You will enjoy a guided tour of each of the distilleries and learn all about the brewing process from the distillers themselves.

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Hobart: Kunanyi/Mount Wellington Guided Hike

5. Hobart: Kunanyi/Mount Wellington Guided Hike

You will be picked up from your accomodation from your expert guide and drive from Hobart to the leafy suburb of Fern Tree, via historic South Hobart. There, view the walking map and learn the minimal impact walking principles of leave no trace. You will hike a mixture of mountain trails and explore lush foothills, rainforests, and waterfalls. Visit Silver Falls along the lush Pipeline track. The morning part of your Mount Wellington hike ascends up via mixed wet and dry forest. Grab a coffee or tea from the lovely lost freight cafe. With sensational views over Southern Tasmania, the trail is a mix of steep stairs and moderate uphill sections. Enjoy the panoramic views, sub-alpine flora and history of Wellington Park. View the spectacular rock columns, the Organ Pipes, popular with dare-devil climbers. Soak up the views over Hobart and Southern Tasmania from 4 lookouts. Some bushwalking experience recommended. Tracks may have short steep hill sections, a rough surface and many steps.

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What people are saying about Tasmania

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 38 reviews

I had a wonderful time at MONA museum. Its enormous art collection are spectacular including the ferry ride. Amazing how Craig guide us with everything from Hobart site seeing to MONA tour. He even side tripped to the Botanical garden. Thank you so much for this wonderful experience!

Guide Graham was ver informative along the way. He gave you options to do different things, depending on your preference or fitness level. You weren’t limited as a group to do the same thing.

it was only me and my daughter on the tour, but they still pursued the tour. felt like vvips. the tour guide was very pro and efficient. he made us so comfortable during d tram tour.

great friendly helpful tour guide. well organised and clear instructions

Our guide on the bus leg was very knowledgeable and a gentleman