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What to do in Hobart

Tasmanian Seafood Seduction Cruise

Great for
  • Beaches & boats
  • Food & wine
  • Luxury travel
  • Wildlife & nature

This full day cruise begins on Hobart's waterfront, where you will cruise aboard a vessel visiting the sheltered waters that surround Bruny Island. Enjoy oysters fresh from the water along with rock lobster as you watch your guide dive for abalone and sea urchin. Be delighted as your catch is turned into a delicious seafood feast, accompanied by gourmet local produce and Tasmanian wines and beers. 

From £424 per adult

Please note: Tour departs from Pennicott Wilderness journeys booking centre. Franklin Wharf, Hobart. Hotel transfers are not included.

Tasman Island with Pennicott Wilderness Journeys

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Great for
  • Beaches & boats

The rugged coastline around Tasman Island is home to a wide variety of native wildlife, from pods of dolphins, migrating whales, seals and sea brids. Travel with Pennicotts on a 3 hour cruise to Australia's highest sea cliffs, exploring the waterfalls, deep sea caves and rock formations of this untouched part of Tasmania.

From £139 per person

Please Note: Tour includes return transfers from Hobart, departing at around 7.30am from the Pennicott Wilderness Journeys Booking centre next to Elizabeth Street Pier. Tour includes a 3 hour wilderness and wildlife cruise.

Port Arthur Experience

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Great for
  • Food & wine
  • Visiting friends & family

A fantastic addition to your Tasmania adventure, and easy to add on to your self drive from Hobart (please ask your Travel Designer for tours which include transfers from Hobart). The historic former convict settlement is one of Australia’s best preserved heritage areas and open air museums. This Bronze Experience pass includes a harbour cruise, walking tour, and access to explore for 2 consecutive days to the museum and gallery.

From £54 per person

Please Note: Tour includes admission to Port Arthur Historic Site, harbour cruise and Isle of Dead guided tour and can be used for two consecutive days.

Bonorong Wildlife Park Feeding Frenzy

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Great for
  • Adventure
  • Visiting friends & family
  • Wildlife & nature

Get up close with native Wombats, Tasmanian Devils and Koalas and join one of the unique guided tours at Bonorong, watch them being fed and learn about the work of the sanctuary to help the native animals survive. 

From £97 per adult

Please Note: Tour does not include transfers - Bonorong Wildlife Park is located approximately 20 minutes from Hobart. Park opens 9am-5pm, and tour runs between 10am-2pm.

Bruny Island Traveller

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Great for
  • Wildlife & nature

This full day tour explores the spectacular landscapes and samples gourmet local produce at Bruny Island, a two hour drive south of the city of Hobart. Visit providores and cellar doors to taste local food; a seven course gourmet experience including Bruny Island Cheese Co., Get Shucked Oysters, Bruny Island Premium Wines and the Chocolate Factory. In addition to this food you'll see incredible scenery, from the narrow isthmus of The Neck, to leaving your footprints in the sand of a deserted beach. Tasmania at its best!

From £89 per adult

Please Note: Includes scenic tour from Hobart to Bruny Island, guided tour of the island, cheese, wine, oyster, fudge and whisky tastings. Tour departs approx 7.45am from Hobart hotels or the Pennicott Journeys building on Franklin Wharf and is 10 hours in duration, departs daily except for 25 December.

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