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Hobart: Full Day Tour to Port Arthur with Admission

1. Hobart: Full Day Tour to Port Arthur with Admission

Interpretive and interactive presentations at the Port Arthur Historical Site bring to reality the harrowing life of convicts 2 centuries ago. This full-day tour from Hobart ensures that you have maximum time at the site. You’ll cross the Tasman Bridge, and head out on the Tasman Highway over the Pitwater Causeway onto Forestier Peninsula. Admire the pristine beauty of Pirates Bay, Eaglehawk Neck, and Norfolk Bay. Visit Tasman National Park, where you’ll marvel at the spectacle of Tasman Arch and enjoy superb views of the rugged coastline. You’ll be amazed at the magnitude of the Devil's Kitchen! Finally, you’ll have a chance to explore Port Arthur, where you’ll take a guided walking tour of the historic convict site, with access to over 30 restored buildings and ruins. See the penitentiary, the separate prison, the commandant's house, the church, and more. On Saturdays, the tour includes a visit to Hobart’s Salamanca Market. Delight in a shopping experience at this popular, colourful outdoor marketplace. You'll have time to explore the market at leisure for approximately 2 hours. Then, you will need to meet your coach at 11:00 to continue on with the Port Arthur tour and acquire a sense of Australia’s convict era and the early settlement of Tasmania.

3D Tasmanian Highlights: Hobart, Port Arthur & Bruny Island

2. 3D Tasmanian Highlights: Hobart, Port Arthur & Bruny Island

One can’t say that they’ve truly explored Tasmania without visiting the big three: Hobart, Port Arthur and Bruny Island. This three-day tour will make sure you get the full Tassie experience by guiding you on an epic journey around Tasmania's south. Day 1: Start your three day tour by meeting your fun and friendly driver/guide. After a short meet and greet, you will set-off on your Tasmanian adventure. Your first day on the tour aims to show you all of Hobart's key attractions. Some of the highlights are Mt Wellington, Bonorong, MONA, Richmond, a city highlights tour and Salamanca market (Saturday only). Day 2: Bruny island - Arguably Tasmania's best day trip! This magical Island has a little piece of everything Tasmania has: World class beaches, rugged coastline and native wildlife matched with the finest local produce from the ocean and the land, a tour you do not want to miss! You will see firsthand why Bruny Island is fast becoming one of Tasmania’s most popular tourist destinations. Day 3: The Port Arthur tour includes a direct bus trip to the historic site where you will have 4-hours to explore at your own pace. This 7-hour round trip departs Hobart at 10:30 AM, getting back at around 5:30 PM.

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What people are saying about Salamanca Market

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 131 reviews

Thankful that we picked the full day tour because you really needed the entire day to explore the Port Arthur Historic site. The full day gave us a deeper exploration into Port Arthur and Tasmania’s overall history. If you are lucky you will get Mark as your guide who was super informative, helpful and overall a fantastic guide! The full day tour includes some stop overs into Richmond and a few breath taking look outs. Overall I highly highly recommend a tour as you will learn way much more than you would if you went on your own.

Thank you to Jim our tour guide who got us there and back safely. We enjoyed the trip and Jim’s stories. I loved your jokes, hubby said they need some work. Haha Great work guys.

Great guide Phil, well paced. Lots of interesting stops and things to look at. Port Arthur the highlight of course. Good way to see points of interest outside Hobart too

Excellent value and great commentary by our bus driver Phil. Day was choc full and we greatly enjoyed the experience.

Phil was an amazing tour guide and had an extensive knowledge of the area definitely recommend