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Explore Bruny Island on this full-day trip from Hobart. Travel by ferry to the island, look out for seals and penguins as you sail. On the island, admire natural sights like The Neck and Truganini Lookout, Adventure Bay's windswept beaches, and take leisurely walks to look for wallabies and other local wildlife. Discover the island’s food scene with tastings of cheese, chocolate, cider, and oysters, plus a lunch of local produce. A trip to South Bruny National Park and an exclusive group tour of the historic Cape Bruny Lighthouse completes your experience.
Discover the gourmet delights of Bruny Island during an all-inclusive tour full-day food tour with a knowledgeable guide who takes you to meet seven local producers. You can expect enough food and drink to satisfy a hearty appetite, enjoying seven courses that include oysters, award winning cheeses, berries (in season), local honey, wine, whiskey and chocolates, along with a delicious winery lunch. Soak in the island’s breathtaking scenery during visits to the Bruny Island Neck, historic Two Tree Point in Adventure Bay, white-sand beaches and nature reserves where rare white wallabies live.
Spend some time like a classic Aussie on a historical pub tour of The Rocks, Sydney’s oldest neighborhood. Join a fun-loving and informative guide, and visit some of the quarter’s oldest drinking holes to experience authentic Aussie pub life. Enjoy five drinks and dinner; discover pubs' behind-the-scenes secrets; and uncover the The Rocks' history, discovering how its drink spots have shaped local culture. Includes souvenir gift, photos, and discount vouchers for local shops and restaurants.
Discover the scenic coastline, beaches, national parks, flora, and fauna of Bruny Island on this full-day tour from Hobart. Travel via ferry to the island (tickets included), and walk through the temperate rain forest, visit the Cape Bruny Lighthouse, stop at a viewing platform at the Neck, and sample locally made products.
Discover the history of Sydney on a 2.5-hour walking tour and pub crawl in The Rocks. Your knowledgeable and entertaining guide takes you to four of Sydney's oldest pubs where you try a different glass of craft beer, cider, or wine in each venue. Learn about the early days of the British colony in Australia and hear the stories of these old-time pubs as you enjoy their rich atmosphere and tasty drinks.
Exploring the Gold Coast Hinterland can be a challenge if you don’t have your own transport, but this full-day tour from the Gold Coast offers the perfect introduction. Discover the natural wonders of the Springbrook National Park, stopping to take in the views of Mt Warning and the Numinbah Valley, and admire landmarks including the Natural Arch, Rainbow Falls, and Goomalarah Falls.
Discover Melbourne’s unique café culture that thrives among the city’s iconic laneways and arcades. Follow your local guide through charming backstreets and learn about the city’s growing foodie scene as you visit several unique caffeine outposts. Sip your joe like a local with an included cup of coffee and light café lunch. This small-group walking tour of no more than 8 people ensures a personalized experience.
Savor the sights and flavors of Coffin Bay on an 8-hour tour from Port Lincoln. After a scenic drive and a stop at Almonta Beach, learn how to shuck the region's famous oysters. Take a tour of the town, then enjoy a seafood lunch at a popular restaurant. Save room for a tasting at Beer Garden Brewing, where you can also enjoy wine and cider. Unwind during the return journey to your hotel.
This 2-day tour of charming Hobart and the surrounding area is ideal for travelers who don’t have much time and don’t want to feel rushed. Two days are enough for a comprehensive overview, with visits to Salamanca Market, Mt. Wellington, a nearby island, and a colonial village. Take advantage of some flexibility on your second day by choosing to visit a museum or wildlife sanctuary, or visit both for an extra cost.
Enjoy a small-group tour to Bruny Island from Hobart that features great food and a walk along the Cape Queen Elizabeth Track and Mars Bluff. The easy coastal trail covers about four miles (6km) and passes secluded beaches, sand dunes, lagoons, and seaside cliffs. You’ll also stop at the Neck Lookout, an oyster bar, and other tasty food producers. Includes tastings, morning tea, and gourmet box lunch with local specialties.
Making plans for a night out can be tricky for visitors unfamiliar with a city. This guided pub crawl takes the guesswork out of your planning by taking you to four hotspots around Sydney, ending up at one of the city's premier nightclubs. Drinks included.
Get the inside scoop on Perth’s unique nightlife on this 3-hour walking tour of the city’s best bars. Experience a different side to Perth as you venture outside the main entertainment district and visit popular local haunts, unknown to outsiders. Learn more about the burgeoning small bar scene from your guide as you enjoy a complimentary drink or snack at each bar, and get plenty of tips for how to enjoy the rest of your time in the city.
Cairns may be a pretty face but its history is also rich and deep, going back at least 40,000 years. Explore beyond the rainforest and reef to the ancient and recent history, complete with stories and photographable architecture, art and landmarks. We look at buildings of significance from the early colony, including architectural styles, as well as indigenous outdoor artworks. You will learn about the importance of the natural features of Cairns (reef and rain forest), the oldest living culture in the world and pre-colonial lifestyle. We talk about the challenges of colonisation, pirates and opium trade, and the early gold rush, farming, business, and the cultural melting pot that makes Cairns what it is today.Historic buildings highlighted include: Cairns Museum, Cairns Art Gallery, Mulgrave Shire Office, Telegraph Office, Post Office, Chambers, Boland's Department Store, the Adelaide Steamship Company, Central Hotel, Chinatown, and Hides Hotel.
Come & explore the unspoilt wilderness on Sydney's northern doorstep, just 45 minutes from the CBD - The mighty Lower Hawkesbury. See shipwrecks and waterfalls, hear the Indigenous heritage and settlers’ history – all from our stable and stylish double sit-on top kayaks.. The perfect way to experience this incredible Country.After welcome drinks at the River House, we take a short hike to the cliffs above the ridge, for breathtaking views of where we're about to paddle. Then it’s back to the water for a full brief on the comfortable double sit-on-top kayaks, before we paddle our way up to explore the River. The towering sandstone cliffs and untamed bush make this a remarkable place to visit. Hear the story of the river unfold over the course of the day. Explore historic Bar Island, with its ancient midden, old church, and forgotten cemetery. The oyster farms. Take a cool dip in a secret natural pool, or have a quick clamber to the base of a waterfall.A day you won't forget.
With Cairns being the second Hipster capital of Australia, it's no wonder it is so cool ("hip"). But what makes it Hipster and why do Hipsters play such an important role in larger society?We will explore the influential Hipster culture through food, cafes, street art, elite barbers, and vintage shops. Find out how much your life may be influenced by hipsters or if you're a closet hipster...!The tour provides an overview of the global Hipster culture and how it has expanded in Cairns. The importance and evolution of tattooing as art and a global trend, the emergence of graffiti as art, the food trends that hipsters have influenced (including the emergence of vegan food options), and the niche of elite barbers (and those hipster beards!) are all explored. Discounts for seniors, children and groups of 4 or more offered.
Visit Sydney's top attractions and enjoy savings of up to 45% with the Sydney Explorer Pass. Browse the list of 25+ experiences and have your choice of three, four, five, or seven popular attractions, and tours to take in anytime within a 30-day period. Options include a tour of the Sydney Opera House, a Hop-On Hop-Off Sydney and Bondi Bus Tour, WILD LIFE Zoo, and admission to the Australian National Maritime Museum. Simply save your pass on your mobile device after purchase and enjoy direct entry to each attraction — no voucher redemption required.
Escape the bustle of Hobart on a private tour of Bruny Island with round-trip transport from your Hobart accommodation. After a ferry ride with sweeping views of the coastline (admission included), taste your way through the island at a range of independent establishments, including a cheese shop, berry farm, and chocolate factory (own expense). Going with a guide eliminates the hassle of planning and navigating, and ensures a personal experience.
Get around Brisbane, Australia’s third-largest city, in style and comfort on this full-day tour. Traveling in a comfortable Mercedes Benz vehicle, you’ll have opportunities to get up-close and personal with some of Australia’s unique wildlife. Included is a 2-course lunch at Mt Coot-tha, Brisbane’s highest point, and a visit to Southbank Parklands - where you can ride the nearly 200-foot (60m) tall Wheel of Brisbane.
The Bruny Island Overnight Explorer - Including accommodation - is ideal for couples, work getaways, and family groups. Explore the amazing scenery and artisan food producers of Tasmania's most popular Island, with your local Tour Guide. Your two-day, overnight tour includes the Iconic Cape Bruny Lighthouse Tour, all food and various tastings per person over 2 days. 4.5-star boutique style accommodation with bush settings and water views, a coastal walk to Green Pt or Fluted Cape for the more adventurous we include Hotel and or Airport pick up and drop off. We can fully customise your tour experience after booking. The Itinerary is very flexible, mealtimes can be altered to suit the time of year. All walks are optional and can be adjusted to suit distance and fitness levels. For something, a little extra try out our new partnership with Bruny Island Oyster Tours. All you can eat oysters and short two-hour cruise in the D'Entrecasteaux Channel into the oyster lease areas.
Discover more of Coffin Bay’s gorgeous beaches and great food on a private full-day tour from Port Lincoln. Visit scenic destinations including Almonta Beach, and take a boat tour to an oyster farm where you sample fresh oysters. You’ll also see Coffin Bay from the boat, have a seafood lunch, and stop at a craft brewery on the return journey to Port Lincoln.
A Segway tour offers an offbeat experience and the ability to cover more ground than walking. On this tour from Airlie Beach to Cannovale, you can zip along the Whitsunday Bicentennial Boardwalk, and glide by Pioneer Bay, Shingley Beach and the Coral Sea Marina while listening to your guide share insights into the area. Wrap up the tour with a stop for some dinner while watching the sun set over the Whitsunday Islands.
Bruny Island lies just south of Hobart in the Tasman Sea and is renowned for its rugged coastal scenery, native wildlife, and delicious regional foods. On this shore excursion, travel to Bruny Island by minivan and ferry, and take in the highlights with a local guide. Admire the views from Cape Bruny Lighthouse, cool off with a swim in a lagoon, spot wildlife like the rare albino wallaby, and enjoy a guided hike through the rainforest.