Tasmania has lots of historical tourist destinations
into its compact landmass. Travelling distances are usually short and there is
a good network of roads. Pristine beaches, rolling farmlands, historic
villages, wild rivers, temperate rainforest and mountains wilderness are all
less than a half-day’s drive from either of beautiful city of Hobart. Clean waters and rich soil produce a
cornucopia of exceptional fare - salmon, tuna, crayfish and abalone from cold
seas; wild trout, seasonal fruits and berries, exceptional beer made from
purest water and hopes, elegant cool-climate wines acclaimed cheese.
Our local tour guides offering many interesting and original
private tours across Tasmania.
Located less than 2hr from Hobart, the Tasman Peninsula is a
place of rugged beauty and sombre human history. Towering sea cliffs and
dramatic rock formations, including blowholes, caves, arches and tessellated
pavement, edge much of coastline, which is also home to sizable breeding
colonies of Australian fur seals. The
Port Arthur prison settlement was at that time regarded as a hell on earth;
today, more than 30 ruins and restored buildings are open to public. On a way to Port Arthur we suggest to visit historical town Richmond. There are
several cherry and berry farms on a way to Port Arthur and very picturesque
local cruise around Port Arthur as well.
This is another private guided tour which we
suggest to take there.