Public Tours
8 Day Apple of our Isle
Next Tour: 10th - 17th October 2021
Tour Itinerary


*  House of Anvers, Latrobe          

*  Melita Honey Farm

*  Cataract Gorge Chairlift

*  1.5 hour Historic Hobart Guided Tour

*  Museum of Old & New Art (MONA)

*  2 hour Historic Hobart Cruise
    (including a 3-course meal)

*  Port Arthur Historic Site

*  The Wall in the Wilderness, Derwent Bridge

*  Russell Falls Walk, Mt Fields National Park

*  Bruny Island Ferry Ride

*  Bruny Island Cheese Company

*  Bruny Island Wine

*  Salamanca Market




*  Friendly & Accommodating Tour Escort

*  2-Nights Accommodation—Spirit of Tasmania
       (Inside Cabins)

  • Fares (both ways) - Spirit of Tasmania

*  5-Nights Accommodation—Hotel Grand   
   Chancellor, Hobart

*  Meals 
           - Breakfast Days 2-7
           - Lunch Days 4-6
           - Dinner Days 2-6

*  Catarat Gorge Chairlift—Return

*  Guided Tour—Hobart

*  2-hour Historic Hobart Cruise

*  Bruny Island Ferry—return fare

*  Wine & Food Tastings

*  All other Entries/Admissions

We have a visit to the little island below  Tasmania but still considered part of Tasmania, Bruny Island, to sample their locally farmed and produced wine, cheese and oysters.

You can’t visit Tasmania, without going to the Port Arthur Historic Site.  Our visit includes, a Guided Introductory Walking Tour, the Port Arthur Gallery, a 25-minute Harbour Cruise, an evening Ghost Tour and so much more!

Artist Greg Duncan is creating a stunning sculpture at Derwent Bridge in the heart of Tasmania.  A bit of a drive from Hobart, The Wall in the Wilderness is worth the time—a commemoration of those who helped shape the past and present of Tasmania’s Central Highlands.   A work in progress, The Wall is being carved from 3-metre high wooden panels.


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