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Don't Miss These Must-Do Activities in Tasmania

Don't Miss These Must-Do Activities in Tasmania

The island of Tasmania is Australia’s smallest and southernmost state, renowned for its wild landscapes, rugged coastline, and UNESCO World Heritage sites. Whether you are sightseeing in Hobart or exploring off the beaten track—don’t miss these must-do activities in Tasmania. 

Explore Hobart

Tasmania's lively capital is the obvious starting point for a tour, and there's plenty to see and do in Hobart. Admire the colonial buildings along Battery Point, visit the busy Salamanca Market, explore the Maritime Museum, and, climb Mt. Wellington for an ocean view.

Take a Day Trip to Bruny Island

Less than an hour's drive south of Hobart, Bruny Island has long been a popular summer retreat for city dwellers, and it’s an ideal choice for a day or multi-day trip. Spend time hiking, fishing, or surfing along the coast; take in the views from the landmark Cape Bruny Lighthouse; and keep a lookout for native wildlife such as penguins, echidnas, and cormorants.

Cruise the Gordon River

Escape the beaten path and set sail along the remote Gordon River for a real back-to-nature adventure. The 117-mile (188-kilometer) waterway winds through Tasmania’s UNESCO-listed wilderness, passing ancient rain forests, the former convict settlement of Sarah Island, and natural landmarks such as Hells Gates.

See Historic Port Arthur

Uncover the truth about Tasmania's convict history at the island's most-visited attraction, the UNESCO-listed Port Arthur. Explore the fascinating ruins and interactive exhibitions of the former convict settlement, take a cruise to the Isle of the Dead, or brave a lantern-lit ghost tour of the notoriously haunted ruins.

Sample Australian Wine with an Ultimate Winery Experience

Discover the secrets of Tasmanian wine at some of the island's most prestigious wineries on a tour. Perhaps combine fine Chardonnay with award-winning cuisine at Josef Chromy Wines in the Tamar Valley or mix wine tasting and modern art at the Moorilla Estate, just outside of Hobart.

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Bruny Island Day Tour, Includes Lunch and Exclusive Lighthouse Tour

Bruny Island Day Tour, Includes Lunch and Exclusive Lighthouse Tour

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Explore Bruny Island on this full-day trip from Hobart. Travel by ferry to the island, look out for seals and penguins as you sail. On the island, admire natural sights like The Neck and Truganini Lookout, and take leisurely walks to look for wallabies and other local wildlife. Discover the island’s food scene with tastings of cheese, chocolate, cider, and oysters, plus a lunch of local produce. An exclusive group tour of the historic Cape Bruny Lighthouse completes your experience.
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  • 10 hours 30 minutes
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Gordon River Cruise departing from Strahan

Gordon River Cruise departing from Strahan

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Soak up the serene beauty of western Tasmania on a morning cruise from Strahan to the Gordon River. Pass by natural landmarks such as Hells Gates, which marks the entrance to Macquarie Harbour from the Southern Ocean, and explore a former penal colony on Sarah Island as you journey through the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. Select a seating category when booking.
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  • 6 hours
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Tasman Island Cruises and Port Arthur Historic Site Day Tour from Hobart

Tasman Island Cruises and Port Arthur Historic Site Day Tour from Hobart

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Experience the Tasman Peninsula by both land and sea on this day trip from Hobart that includes a 3-hour cruise along the coast of Tasman National Park. Gaze up at towering sea cliffs, look for wildlife like falcons and seals, and learn about the peninsula’s ecosystem. Then visit the World Heritage–listed Port Arthur Historic Site for an in-depth look at Australia’s penal history at this former convict colony. Lunch is included.
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  • 10 hours 30 minutes
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Port Arthur Tour from Hobart

Port Arthur Tour from Hobart

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Visit Port Arthur Historic Site, part of the UNESCO World Heritage–listed Australian Convict Sites, on this day trip from Hobart. If you’re a history buff, this is the tour for you, as it’s been designed to provide as much time as possible to explore Port Arthur in one day. On a guided walking tour of the grounds, learn about the site’s history as a convict colony, visit ruins and restored buildings, and admire the coastal scenery that highlights the natural beauty of the Tasman Peninsula. A harbor cruise is included.
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  • 8 hours 30 minutes
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Full-Day Bruny Island Cruises Day Tour from Hobart

Full-Day Bruny Island Cruises Day Tour from Hobart

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Admire Bruny Island by both land and sea on this day trip from Hobart that includes a 3-hour eco-cruise around the island. You’ll have the chance to see remote beaches, rugged coastlines and native wildlife like dolphins and fur seals as you cruise past steep cliffs and deep sea caves. Ferry transport to the island is included, plus morning tea and lunch on the island.
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  • 9 hours 30 minutes
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Cradle Mountain National Park Day Tour from Launceston
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Cradle Mountain National Park Day Tour from Launceston

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Go deep into the pristine Tasmanian forest, and experience a remote wilderness of waterfalls, glacial lakes, rainforest and wildlife on this day trip from Launceston to Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. Inside the World Heritage–listed park, take walks through the forest and admire views of the craggy peak of Cradle Mountain towering above Dove Lake. You’ll also stop at Waldheim Alpine Spa for a taste of regional culinary delights for lunch.
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  • 9 hours
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Southwest Tasmania Wilderness Experience: Fly Cruise and Walk Including Lunch

Southwest Tasmania Wilderness Experience: Fly Cruise and Walk Including Lunch

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Visit Tasmania’s Southwest National Park by air on this full-day tour from Hobart. Part of the Tasmania Wilderness World Heritage Area, the park is known for its untouched, remote wilderness setting and is mostly accessible only by plane or boat. Admire views of Hobart and southern Tasmania during the flight, and the land in the park for a boat cruise on Bathurst Harbour. Chose the amount of time you want to spend in the park when booking. This tour is limited to 10 people to provide an intimate small-group experience.
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  • 8 hours
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Hobart City Sightseeing Tour Including MONA Admission

Hobart City Sightseeing Tour Including MONA Admission

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Enhance a Hobart sightseeing tour with included admission to the MONA (Museum of Old and New Art), one of the most fascinating—and talked-about—museums in Australia. Start with the city tour to see top Hobart attractions like Cascade Gardens, the old Female Convict Prison, and Rosny Hill Lookout Then arrive at MONA for a look at its varied collection, from Neolithic artifacts to controversial art installations.
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  • 8 hours
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Josef Chromy Wines Winery Tour Including Tasting and Lunch

Josef Chromy Wines Winery Tour Including Tasting and Lunch

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At Josef Chromy Wines, a high-tech winery whose modern production facility sits amid a beautiful vineyard landscape near Launceston, enjoy a behind-the-scenes tour to learn how Tasmania’s cool-climate grapes are turned into varietals like pinot noir and sauvignon blanc. Stroll through the vineyard with a winery host and see some of the winemaking equipment before a wine-tasting session that includes both mature and young wines. Then enjoy a 2-course lunch with wine pairings in the tasting room, located in a renovated building that dates back to the 1880s. This tour does not include transportation.
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  • 2 hours 30 minutes
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