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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.
The Tasman Peninsula boasts some of Tasmania’s most remote and beautiful coastal scenery, but to see the best of it you have to take to the waves. On this daily tour, cruise between Port Arthur and Eaglehawk Neck with your guide, and admire unrivalled views over the rugged shoreline. Gaze up at vertical sea cliffs, discover deep-sea caves, and spot native albatross, eagles, dolphins, and seals in their natural habitat.
Visit Wineglass Bay in Freycinet National Park on a full-day tour from Hobart. Have time to take a shorter or longer walk at Wineglass Bay, take in views from the Cape Tourville lookout, and visit towns along the way such as Orford, Triabunna, and Coles Bay. You might get to see native wildlife like pademelons, get a photo op at Spiky Bridge, and taste curried scallop pie—a specialty in Tasmania. Includes transportation, guide, and pickup and drop-off at your accommodation in Hobart.
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