From the weekend market of Salamanca Place to cute colonial Battery Point, the call of the sea and colonial history are never far from mind in the yachties’ haven of Hobart. The Georgian warehouses lining Sullivans Cove form the focus of Hobart’s ... 

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended
January 2015

I love this trip! It's intimate and exciting; the Tasman Peninsula and Island are amazing!!! We also had a close encounter with the dolphins, albatross and fur seals, including the Comanche - sailboat from Sydney. Port Arthur is interesting. Definitely this is a lot better than Milford Sound!!!

Doing what: Day Trip to Tasman Peninsula and Port Arthur Historic Site from Hobart

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
January 2015

One of the best tours I've been to. Our guide, Joseph, was so warm, friendly, patient and informative. He made sure we get enough information and were taken care of during the trip. Love this trip - exciting itinerary, group size of 11 ideal. Interactive, intimate tour. Food was great!!! Thanks Lou!

Doing what: Bruny Island Sightseeing and Gourmet Tour from Hobart

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
January 2015

This was an outstanding tour covering the gourmet highlights of Bruny Island. The trip was well organised and timed. We learned a lot from our brilliant tour guide who by the end of the trip was nicknamed St Gino!

Doing what: Bruny Island Sightseeing and Gourmet Tour from Hobart

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
January 2015

This was an outstanding tour covering the gourmet highlights of Bruny Island. The trip was well organised and timed. We learned a lot from our brilliant tour guide who by the end of the trip was nicknamed St Gino!

Doing what: Bruny Island Sightseeing and Gourmet Tour from Hobart

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
January 2015

This was an outstanding tour covering the gourmet highlights of Bruny Island. The trip was well organised and timed. We learned a lot from our brilliant tour guide who by the end of the trip was nicknamed St Gino!

Doing what: Bruny Island Sightseeing and Gourmet Tour from Hobart

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
January 2015

With our short stay in Tasmania we really appreciated how we where taken care of

Doing what: Day Trip to Tasman Peninsula and Port Arthur Historic Site from Hobart

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
January 2015

Wonderful day in this remote paradise. Tour guide was efficient, interesting, kind and helpful. Experiences and taste sensations were delicious. Do it!!

Doing what: Bruny Island Sightseeing and Gourmet Tour from Hobart

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
January 2015

Wonderful day in this remote paradise. Tour guide was efficient, interesting, kind and helpful. Experiences and taste sensations were delicious. Do it!!

Doing what: Bruny Island Sightseeing and Gourmet Tour from Hobart

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
January 2015

What a wonderful tour and visit of Bruny Island. This made for a truly delightful day. Our guide/driver Tim was wonderful and truly made the tour. The small group also let people get to know one another throughout the day. Lunch was excellent and all the tastings during the day were a great treat. Don't miss this tour if your are in Hobart.

Doing what: Bruny Island Sightseeing and Gourmet Tour from Hobart

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
January 2015

This was a powerful and emotional experience. We had previously visited Port Arthur and taken other tours that also recounted the early convict and penitentiary years and it was all interesting, but mainly at a cerebral level. But it was the penitentiary Chapel tour that brought it all together. The tour of the facility itself gave a better idea of the overall system of convict deportation and process of the early settlement of the continent, but even this was still mainly an educational experience. But then it was the “No Mercy” play that finally brought it home at the gut level as we, the audience, became involved as “participants” in the drama. The actors were superb and at the end I didn’t want to clap but rather just leave in silence to absorb the emotional impact of the experience.

Doing what: Penitentiary Chapel Historic Site Interactive Theatre Show 'No Mercy'

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
January 2015

This was a powerful and emotional experience. We had previously visited Port Arthur and taken other tours that also recounted the early convict and penitentiary years and it was all interesting, but mainly at a cerebral level. But it was the penitentiary Chapel tour that brought it all together. The tour of the facility itself gave a better idea of the overall system of convict deportation and process of the early settlement of the continent, but even this was still mainly an educational experience. But then it was the “No Mercy” play that finally brought it home at the gut level as we, the audience, became involved as “participants” in the drama. The actors were superb and at the end I didn’t want to clap but rather just leave in silence to absorb the emotional impact of the experience.

Doing what: Penitentiary Chapel Historic Site Interactive Theatre Show 'No Mercy'

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
January 2015

This was a powerful and emotional experience. We had previously visited Port Arthur and taken other tours that also recounted the early convict and penitentiary years and it was all interesting, but mainly at a cerebral level. But it was the penitentiary Chapel tour that brought it all together. The tour of the facility itself gave a better idea of the overall system of convict deportation and process of the early settlement of the continent, but even this was still mainly an educational experience. But then it was the “No Mercy” play that finally brought it home at the gut level as we, the audience, became involved as “participants” in the drama. The actors were superb and at the end I didn’t want to clap but rather just leave in silence to absorb the emotional impact of the experience.

Doing what: Penitentiary Chapel Historic Site Interactive Theatre Show 'No Mercy'

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
January 2015

This was a powerful and emotional experience. We had previously visited Port Arthur and taken other tours that also recounted the early convict and penitentiary years and it was all interesting, but mainly at a cerebral level. But it was the penitentiary Chapel tour that brought it all together. The tour of the facility itself gave a better idea of the overall system of convict deportation and process of the early settlement of the continent, but even this was still mainly an educational experience. But then it was the “No Mercy” play that finally brought it home at the gut level as we, the audience, became involved as “participants” in the drama. The actors were superb and at the end I didn’t want to clap but rather just leave in silence to absorb the emotional impact of the experience.

Doing what: Penitentiary Chapel Historic Site Interactive Theatre Show 'No Mercy'

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
January 2015

This was a powerful and emotional experience. We had previously visited Port Arthur and taken other tours that also recounted the early convict and penitentiary years and it was all interesting, but mainly at a cerebral level. But it was the penitentiary Chapel tour that brought it all together. The tour of the facility itself gave a better idea of the overall system of convict deportation and process of the early settlement of the continent, but even this was still mainly an educational experience. But then it was the “No Mercy” play that finally brought it home at the gut level as we, the audience, became involved as “participants” in the drama. The actors were superb and at the end I didn’t want to clap but rather just leave in silence to absorb the emotional impact of the experience.

Doing what: Penitentiary Chapel Historic Site Interactive Theatre Show 'No Mercy'

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
January 2015

This was a powerful and emotional experience. We had previously visited Port Arthur and taken other tours that also recounted the early convict and penitentiary years and it was all interesting, but mainly at a cerebral level. But it was the penitentiary Chapel tour that brought it all together. The tour of the facility itself gave a better idea of the overall system of convict deportation and process of the early settlement of the continent, but even this was still mainly an educational experience. But then it was the “No Mercy” play that finally brought it home at the gut level as we, the audience, became involved as “participants” in the drama. The actors were superb and at the end I didn’t want to clap but rather just leave in silence to absorb the emotional impact of the experience.

Doing what: Penitentiary Chapel Historic Site Interactive Theatre Show 'No Mercy'

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