Winter Day Tour

TASMAN NATIONAL PARK

+ Port Arthur Historic Site

HOBART DAY TOUR TO THE TASMAN PENINSULA 

A locals day trip to explore 'The Tasman' with walks to explore the geological wonders of Tasman National Park and a visit to Port Arthur Historic Site.

We all visit the highlights of Pirates Bay Lookout, Tessellated Pavement, Tasman Arch, Eagle Hawk Neck and Devils Kitchen. 

PORT ARTHUR
and
GUIDED WALKS
Tasman Arch, Waterfalls Bay
Tessellated Pavement, Pirates Bay
Price & Details
  • Adult $115 | Concession (student-seniors) $95 | Child (8-16) $60
  • 9:00am to 5:30pm - Departs Hobart Travel and Information Centre 
  • Hobart Accommodation - Pick-up from 8:30am, Returns by 6:00pm 
  • Guided Waterfall Bay Walk 1-Hour, easy-grade - Great Short Walks of Tasmania.
  • Port Arthur, 4 hours to explore, enjoy guided walk, lunch and harbour cruise.
Basics Itinerary 
  • Journey from Hobart for 1 hour to 'The Tasman', stopping at Eagle-Hawk Neck
  • Visit Pirates Bay Lookout, Tessellated Pavement, Devils Kitchen & Tasman Arch
  • Explore over 4 hours at Port Arthur Historic Site, guided walk and Harbour Cruise
  •  Then depart for Hobart at approx. 4pm. Small Group activity - 2-8 people.

Things To Bring

We suggest wearing warm, comfortable clothing and shoes to walk around in.

Food for the day or AUD Money for lunch.

It's a good idea to bring a rain jacket.

Don't forget your camera for great photo opportunities and your diary for memories!

TASMAN PENINSULA 

More about the:

Home to the pydairrerme people for two thousand generations, the Tasman cultural heritage pre-dating Port Arthur.

Named by the Dutch when sailing by in 1642, The Tasman Peninsula was mapped before much of the Australian continent. 

The Peninsula forms a natural prison and became the ideal spot to build Tasmania's largest probation station. A place to teach and skill up convicts who could then go into society with a needed skill. Not many escaped and those who did were faced with a strenuous trip. Confusing waterways and hungry dogs to avoid. Port Arthur is now World heritage Listed and makes up one of the eleven Australian sites of convict forced migration. There is however more to the Tasman than convict ruins, some of the Islands most fascinating rock formations are found around the coast line. Huge rock arches, blows holes, Australia's highest sea cliffs and naturally eroded pavements. There is something for both Nature and history lovers at not only the edge of Tasmania, but the world.. so come with us and explore Australia's most diverse peninsula, The Tasman.​