3 Day Hobart, Port Arthur and Bruny Island 3 day tour
3 Day Hobart, Port Arthur and Bruny Island
This 3-day tour is perfect for the traveller that wants to spend 3 days experiencing as much as possible without feeling like you’ve been stuck on a bus all day every day, you choose where you want to stay in Hobart and so a day tour before returning to your choice of accommodation. Enjoy this combination of the Top 3 Tasmanian Day Trips.
Hobart Highlights Day Tour
This day covers all of Hobart’s key attractions. Mt Wellington, Bonorong, MONA, Richmond, a city highlight tour and Salamanca market (Saturdays only) are all famous in their own right and part of the reason why Hobart was voted 7th best city in the world to visit by the lonely planet.
Bruny Island Tour
This magical island has a little piece of everything Tasmania has. A Bruny Island tour is arguably Tasmania’s best day trip! World-class beaches, rugged coastline, and native wildlife matched with the finest local produce from the ocean and the land a tour you do not want to miss! This day, the biggest of the 3 is sure to be the potential highlight. You will see firsthand why it is fast becoming one of Tasmania’s most popular tourist destinations.
Port Arthur and the Tasman Peninsula Tour
Port Arthur and the Tasman Peninsula are a must-see and one of Tasmania’s most popular tourist attractions. With its rich history and spectacular scenery on offer, it is easy to see why! On route to Port Arthur, we will stop at Eaglehawk Neck’s Pirates Bay lookout and the Dog Line monument to soak up the scenery and have a photo opportunity or two. The next stop will have the mouths of sweet tooth’s watering as we visit the Tasmanian Chocolate Foundry. Following the chocolate factory, we will visit the beautiful Port Arthur Lavender Farm to explore the unique handmade products made from Tasmanian Lavender and take a stroll around the scenic lavender trail. Next will be the Historic Site (entry at own cost that includes a 35min guided tour and 20min harbour cruise). Enjoy the full 4 hours on-site or meet the bus at the main entrance after 3 hours for one extra stop: the spectacular Maingon Bay and Remarkable Cave.