Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area

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What people are saying about Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 270 reviews

The ladies in the office and the crew were welcoming, professional and helpful. Although it rained for some of the cruise we managed to walk around Sarah Island and Heritage Walk without getting wet. The guides from The Round Earth Company were entertaining and brought life and vivid detail to the island's past convict history. Our skipper Andy was so knowledgeable, obliging and helpful, and we learned so much about the area, including its geography, nautical demographics, the history of the Piners, the Grining family, the struggle with the Gordon-Franklin Dam issue, the convicts, the Huon Pine, and so much more. The meal was delicious, as was the coffee and cake. We wouldn't hesitate to return to The Red Boat - well done to everyone concerned.

Good combination of mountains, waterfalls, animal sanctuary and historic town. Russell Falls is surprising in its height,. The sanctuary has a vet service that can be viewed from form outside..that was great. The view of Hobart from Mt Wellington is stunning. And Richmond is in a time warp. Thanks for the day.

As I had not been to Hobart before I found this tour to be the perfect introduction to not only Hobart and it’s surroundings. Jarrod was friendly and knowledgeable allowing each of us to enjoy the day as each of us saw fit. I would definitely recommend this day trip.

The trip is so amazing, walking into the forest, beautiful view of waterfall, and to the top of my Wellington is so beautiful, me and my husband really enjoying the trip and the tour guide Jarrod is so friendly and helpful..

Very interesting Tour. Well worth the cost. Interesting sites to see. Staff gave excellent service. Lunch was excellent. I will definitely go on the Red boat again.