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Hobart: 30-Minute Seaplane Scenic Flight

1. Hobart: 30-Minute Seaplane Scenic Flight

Enjoy a scenic flight to see Hobart and the surrounding area from the skies. Meet at the waterfront in Hobart and board the comfortable seaplane. After take off, get a bird’s-eye view over the beautiful city before heading south to follow the River Derwent’s western shore as far as North West Bay. Continue east to the rugged cliffs and white sandy beaches of the northern tip of Bruny Island. Head back up the river’s eastern shore to the famous Tasman Bridge and experience views of the majestic kunanyi/Mount Wellington. Finish with a river landing and return to dock at Franklin Wharf.

Hobart: Best of Tasmanian Wine Day Tour

2. Hobart: Best of Tasmanian Wine Day Tour

Your full-day wine tour begins as you depart from the Brooke Street Pier. From there, begin your visit to 5 of Southern Tasmania’s best wine producers, all within a short drive of Hobart. Have the opportunity to meet some of the winemakers and taste a wide range of award-winning, hand-crafted, cool climate wines. Taste world-class sparkling wines, crisp cool-climate white wines, and velvety, seductive reds. See grapes being processed, wines being fermented in the wineries, grapes growing in the vineyard, and wines maturing in barrel rooms. You may even be lucky enough to try wine direct from the tanks, or even from the barrels. Expect a day packed full of wine tasting, tours, conversations, and even some local cheese thrown in for good measure. At the conclusion of your experience, return to the Hobart Brewing Company to continue your evening.

Hobart: Port Arthur & Three Capes Panorama by Seaplane

3. Hobart: Port Arthur & Three Capes Panorama by Seaplane

Enjoy a 1.5-hour scenic flight experience that will leave you feeling enriched and connected to nature. Depart from Franklin Wharf and head southeast to the spectacular Tasman Peninsula. From here take in the famous Three Capes from a perspective that not many people get to experience. Touch down at Port Arthur to view the UNESCO World Heritage listed convict site and its surroundings from the water. You’ll then make your way towards Cape Raoul and return to Hobart with fantastic views of the capital city and Kunanyi/Mt Wellington.

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What people are saying about Tasmania

We had the most amazing day. Patrick our tour guide was so knowledgeable about wines and made sure that everyone’s tastes were catered to. Being a small group of nine it was simply the loveliest day without feeling hurried or obligated to buy wines at any of the five wineries we visited. Once again Patrick thank you for making this day so enjoyable and a lovely memory for myself and my three sisters.

Wonderful day full of good wine,food and meeting a great group of people. Our guide Patrick was very knowledgeable and interesting and a lot of fun. Best wine tour we have ever experienced Thank you Patrick. Very highly recommended

The flight was great. Pilot Henry was very friendly and good commentary. Views were also great. Being a local was good to see Hobart from a different perspective. Highly recommend the Seaplane Scenic Flight.

The flights down and back were fantastic, magnificent day and not a breath of wind so we nailed it, picnic lunch was great, could have been a bit more sight seeing on the flights

So smooth and a very experience pilot Loved his knowledge