- Private Day Tours
- 1 One Day Private Tour
- From AUD 485.00 per person (based on 4 guests)
Travel onto the stunning Tasman Peninsula and Port Arthur Historic Site, some of Tasmania’s most visited destinations. As you stroll amongst the now peaceful buildings, envisage the harsh life that the hapless convicts endured. Explore some famous geological features such as The Tasman Arch, Devils Kitchen and the Remarkable Caves of the Peninsula as you travel the rugged coastline.
- Full-day private guided tour
- Transport in a well-appointed vehicle
- Entry to Port Arthur Historic Site
- National Park pass
Travel in the morning onto the stunning Tasman Peninsula and Port Arthur Historic Site, some of Tasmania’s most visited destinations. Set in tranquil gardens, Tasmania’s famous convict settlement site harbours a dark history that our experienced guide will bring to life. As you stroll amongst the now peaceful buildings, envisage the harsh life that the hapless convicts endured. Lunch will be provided in a local restaurant. In the afternoon, we will explore the famous geological features such as The Tasman Arch, Devils Kitchen, and the Remarkable Caves (if time permits) of the peninsula as you travel the rugged coastline. Return to Hobart by approx. 4.30 pm.
This private tour is available any day of the year except all state and local Public Holidays. Please note, that the tour is subject to availability at time of inquiry/ booking.
Accommodating and knowledgeable
Karin was very accommodating and knowledgeable. She was delightful to be with.
Exactly what we wanted
We loved the food / gin / whisky tour. It was exactly what we wanted.
Canada, February 2019 (Private tour)
One of the best guides we have ever had
We loved our time in Tasmania. Our guide Richard was one of the best guides we have ever had – extremely knowledgeable and a pleasure to be with.
Jim & Betsy Jansen
USA, February 2019 (private tour)
Fabulous Day Tour
My mother and I had the most fabulous tour today of Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, where we saw Tasmanian Devis, Wombats, Quolls, Kangaroos and a variety of birds, including Fred the cockatoo who is 108 years old! We then had a delicious lunch as we continued through the Derwent Valley traveling to Mount Field National Park where the trees and ferns towered over us as we hiked to Russell Falls and Horseshoe Falls. Our fabulous guide, Elise, pointed out specific fauna that we would not want to miss and made sure that every aspect of the day went beautifully, even adding a quick tour of Hobart since she knew that we would only be in Tasmania briefly. She ensured that our day was memorable and special, including recommending the perfect place for us to have dinner and ensuring we could get a reservation on a very busy night. Highest praise for Premier Travel Tasmania.