Hobart Tours

Tasmania’s capital may be small, but it is mighty! Hobart tourism has been steadily increasing over the past ten years, and as we continue to offer more great Hobart tours we’re sure it’s quickly making its way onto your list too!

Hobart is quickly rising the Australian city ranks to one of the best destinations in the country. Hobart gives you the best of Australia in a neat little package. Head to beaches, mountain ranges, estates and top-tier eateries in the delightful city. Culture buffs can learn about Australia’s European invasion and convict history at Port Arthur, or visit the famous Museum of New Art.

Best Day Trips and Tours from Hobart

Head down to the local markets and get yourself some fresh produce. The climate is perfect for fruit and vegetable growing. The Salamanca market guarantees the freshest of produce for you to enjoy. You’ll have the satisfaction of a beautiful local market and supporting small businesses on the island.

Once you’ve stocked up on delicious produce why not take a day trip to Bruny Island from the coast of Hobart. The idyllic getaway is one of Tasmania’s best preserved natural environments. The unique island consists of two large areas, connected by a narrow strip of land called The Neck. The Neck is a particularly interesting place to visit, not only for its unique formation, but its importance for local wildlife. There are many rare and endangered plants here, jeep your eye out for echidnas and the incredible elephant seal.

Dig into something delicious after exploring the island at Bruny Island Chocolate. Indulge in some of their on-site chocolate products and grab a packet or two to take home with you. Further down the road you can find the Bruny Island Berry Farm. Get out into the fields and pick your own strawberries, or tuck into their delicious home-made berry ice-creams!

Hobart Day Tours

If you’re more of a history buff than an art buff, Hobart has you covered. Join our Port Arthur Day Tour to learn about the Australia’s colonial history. The port was once used as a prison, confining convicts in the peninsula with vicious dogs and shark-invested waters. You can easily spend a day here learning the stories on inmates and guards while exploring the colonial era buildings.

Before you head home for the night, take a walk along the foreshore at the docks. Hobart still has many colonial era sandstone facades that you simply must see. Watch as they come to life each night as the sun sets, lighting the buildings a glistening gold glow. Sometimes it is the simple, free things that become the ones you never forget.

Hobart is a beautiful city that you will fall in love with. Book your Hobart tour today for an unforgettable adventure.