Cygnet: Food And Wine

Cygnet is settled in a little bay just up the eastern shores of the Huon River and D’Entrecasteaux Channel. It has a vibrant art and food scene. Food and wine is produced all around the region and we can show you some delightful places to eat good organically grown and local produce. It is the centre of fruit growing in the Huon Valley where vibrant apple, cherry and berry orchards line the hills. The country township is popular among artists, musicians and those seeking alternative and relaxed lifestyles. The town’s residents are creative and dynamic – inspired by pristine scenery.

Tour Tasmania’s East Coast

On this adventure we will share our wonderful East Coast of Tasmania. The journey really depends on what you want and we can make suggestions and give you some ideas. The trips can be 2 to five days and covers all sorts of East Coast adventures. We leave Hobart and on the first day drive northeast to Swansea passing some villages and magnificent scenery on the way. At Swansea we can explore a famous berry arm and the beautiful village of Swansea, Other places we can visit over the next few days are Freycinet National Park, St Helens and bay of fires. Up to 7 people can be on your adventure if you come as a group and a minimum of two.

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Tasmanian Mona Tour

The Museum of Old and New Art is an art museum located within the Moorilla winery on the Berriedale peninsula in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. It is the largest privately funded museum in Australia. When visiting the Museum and art gallery. We can organise a wine tasting for you and you can get a very enjoyable lunch in the fine food bar or café. There is also a small brewery where you can try one or even two of their own beers called Moo Brew.


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Sunset Tours

Explore a Hobart sunset and come on one of our great expedition’s sunset tours. The view is spectacular and most memorable. You will have an opportunity to take lots of photos so be sure to bring your camera.

Bonorong Wildlife Park Tour

On our Bonorong tour we introduce to a world unlike any other. This is Tasmania at its best. Some close encounters with some native animals are pretty special. At Bonorong Wildlife Park, there are enthusiastic professional staffs who are dedicated to ensuring your visit is both enjoyable and informative. Adults and children alike will be fascinated by Tasmania’s special species, Devils, Quolls, Wombats, Echidna and you can hand feed the Forester Kangaroos with complimentary food, share unforgettable moments with the Koalas and their dedicated keepers.  We can organise lunch so you can have a picnic or just a visit.

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