Want to taste some oysters, explore the lighthouse, sample some homemade cheese and devour some incredible fudge. Let us take you to Bruny Island, We can organise day tours or overnights tours. Our tours can include the wineries, the local smokehouse and many other great spots. We can also organise a trip on the Bruny Island cruise which is a world class adventure. This is an exciting tour with lots of activities. We leave Hobart and travel down the channel road along the D’entrecasteaux channel, have a beautiful ferry trip over to the island, explore the island and then return home at the end of a great day.
Port Arthur is a small town and former convict settlement on the Tasman Peninsula, in Tasmania, Australia. It is is one of Australia’s most significant heritage areas and an open air museum.The site forms part of the Australian Convict Sites, a World Heritage property consisting of eleven remnant penal sites originally built within the British Empire during the 18th and 19th centuries on fertile Australian coastal strips. Collectively, these sites, including Port Arthur, now represent, “…the best surviving examples of large-scale convict transportation and the colonial expansion of European powers through the presence and labor of convicts.”We explore the beautiful parts of the Tasman Peninsular , by going out on a ferry trip to the island , visiting other attractions such as the Blow hole, Remarkable cave and can organize a Tasman cruise tour with prior arrangement and if you are an oyster lover maybe an oyster tasting .Port Arthur is considered one of Tasmania’s top tourist attractions.
When you come to Hobart, Mount Wellington is a must. It overlooks the whole of Hobart like a protector of all its people .It is a mountain on whose foothills is built much of the city of Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. It is often referred to simply as ‘the Mountain’ by the residents of Hobart, and it rises to 1,271 metres over the city.
It is frequently snow covered, sometimes even in summer and the lower slopes are thickly forested, but criss-crossed by many walking tracks and a few fire trails. We can take you on a tour and it is only a short journey to the summit. An enclosed lookout near the summit provides spectacular views of the city below and to the east, the Derwent estuary, and also glimpses of the World Heritage Area nearly 100 km to the west.
Richmond Bridge is a lasting symbol of Tasmania’s convict heritage. The sandstone arches of Australia’s oldest known large stone arch bridge have spanned Tasmania’s Coal River since its completion in 1825. Built by convict labour, the Richmond Bridge reminds us of the forced migration that contributed to the development of Australian society. Today visitors flock to see the popular attraction, which survives with few significant changes.Read More›