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Port Arthur, Richmond & Tasman Peninsula Active Day Tour
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Port Arthur, Richmond & Tasman Peninsula Active Day Tour

By Tours Tasmania
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About
Discover the sights of the Tasman Peninsula on this full-day tour from Hobart. The tour includes stops at the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Port Arthur Historic Site, an infamous 19th-century prison, as well as Richmond Village where you’ll be able to cross Australia’s oldest sandstone bridge. Plus, check out rock formations, the Tasman Arch and Devils Kitchen, along the peninsula’s coastline.
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Ages 8-90, max of 20 per group
Duration: 11h
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Live guide: English
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Highlights
  • Enjoy a short guided walk along the cliff-top trail to Waterfall Bay
  • Walk across Australia’s oldest bridge still in use in the historical town of Richmond
  • Entrance to Port Arthur, along with a cruise and guided tour, is included
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off is provided

  • Port Arthur Historic Site entrance fee
  • Port Arthur Harbor Cruise
  • Professional guides & interpretation
  • Small, friendly groups
What's not included
  • Food and drinks (please pre-purchase, or there will be an opportunity to purchase on tour)
  • We do not offer pick ups from Air BnB’s and private residences

After being picked up at your Hobart hotel (or you can meet at the Tasmanian Travel and Information Centre), board an air-conditioned coach and head to the Tasman Peninsula. View Australia's highest sea cliffs as you drive toward the famous rock formations—Tasman Arch and Devils Kitchen. There, enjoy a short, easy walk along the cliff-top trail to Waterfall Bay. Following that, explore the UNESCO-listed Port Arthur Historic Site where you can join a guided walking tour, as well as board a harbor cruise; both the tour and cruise are included with your entrance ticket. Wander around the former prison and look inside its solitary confinement cells, while learning about the history of the country's early penal system and the convicts who inhabited this 19th-century prison. Then, return to Hobart, stopping at Richmond Village on the way back. There, stroll the streets and walk across Australia’s oldest sandstone bridge. At the end of the tour, get dropped off at your hotel.

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  • Hobart TAS 7000, Australia
    Our General Meet Point: 7.25AM - 20 Davey Street, Hobart at the Tasmanian Travel & Information Centre It is possible to enquire if a hotel pick up is available. We offer hotel pick ups from select locations via email request only, at least 48 hours in advance.
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    • Not wheelchair accessible
    If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 26836P1

    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Minimum age is 8 years
    • A small amount of walking is involved; a suitable level of general health and fitness and physical abilities is essential
    • Tour operator provides accurate interpretation, and keeps wildlife disturbance to a minimum by viewing from appropriate distances and informing guests how to view wildlife with patience and respect. Activities are always confined to tracks and boardwalks to minimize negative impacts
    • Travellers should have a moderate physical fitness level
    • Minimum numbers apply. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there is not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund
    • This experience requires a minimum number of travellers. If it’s cancelled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
    • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 20 travellers

    • All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.

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    Itinerary
    • You'll start at
      Hobart
      Hobart TAS 7000, Australia
      Our General Meet Point: 7.25AM - 20 Davey Street, Hobart at the Tasmanian Travel & Information Centre It is possible to enquire if a hotel pick up is available. We offer hotel pick ups from select locations via email request only, at least 48 hours in advance.
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    • 1
      Pirates Bay/Eaglehawk Neck
      Stop: 60 minutes
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    • 2
      Waterfall Bay
      Stop: 60 minutes
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    • 3
      Tasman National Park
      Stop: 60 minutes
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    • 4
      Port Arthur Historic Site
      Stop: 4 hours
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    • 5
      Richmond
      Stop: 60 minutes
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    • You'll return to the starting point
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    • Tours Tasmania
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    • AMY L
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Great AirWalk and Cave discovery
      Our guide Nick so care and let us have a good Air Walk on a day trip. We also go to Hasting cave too. We enjoyed it ver much. Thank you so much
      Written 23 April 2024
    • 230simona
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      A brilliant day out.
      The early convict history of the island was the reason for our visit but the island has so much more to offer its visitors. The landscapes are amazing, such rugged coastlines and the wildlife on it is wonderful. We were fortunate enough to see many wombats (several with their young) as well as bandicoots, Cape Barren geese and a variety of birds. Our guide Heather was enthusiastic and passionate about the island and its environment which made the tour all the more enjoyable. It was not too strenuous to walk and the timing of the tour was just right for a day out from Hobart. Thank you Heather and Tours Tasmania we had a brilliant day out.
      Written 13 April 2024
    • U8950BCvald
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Singing in the rain☔️
      What a terrible day weather wise, Simon our driver/ did an excellent job in a difficult situation. Local knowledge, fantastic. Knew the best bakeries to get lunch/breakfast from. Was very kind to elderly guests who didn’t quite understand what they had signed up for. Did his very best, despite adversity. Thank you Simon, I did enjoy my day, the main walk and seeing the extra sights. Regards Valerie WA.
      Written 2 April 2024
    • U8950BCvald
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Walking the lakeside.
      Simon was our tour guide/ driver. He was excellent at delivering local knowledge at places we visited, knew the best bakeries to shop at for lunch. Was very good with time management, he got out and opened the van door at each stop. Very friendly and gave us a great experience. Thank you Simon. I felt very safe with you driving, well done.
      Written 2 April 2024
    • Rebecca M
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Wineglass Bay
      Great day. Hiking down to wineglass bay was fun. There are lots of steps for those who may have issues. Wish we could have seen the other bays, but if you choose to hike down into winglass bay, you don't get to see the other 2 stops. There was a Wallaby on the beach just hanging out and some dolphins swimming in the bay
      Written 31 March 2024
    • V6682VItracyd
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Day tour Mt field national park Mt wellington & Tassue devils tour
      The views from the summit of Mt wellington are spectacular Mt field National park is definitely worth a visit and the various waterfalls
      Written 21 March 2024
    • esthert103
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Wildlife at Unzoo a delight
      Our driver and tour guide was Ian, he was very knowledgeable of the places we went to specially it's history, he interacted with the group some asked interesting questions and I'm sure everyone learned from each other. My favorite place was Unzoo I got the chance to see the tassie devil and interact with wild parrots at feeding time. I got one literally feeding off my hand.
      Written 18 March 2024
    • 269pruew
      0 contributions
      4.0 of 5 bubbles
      Well run tour but a long day
      This is a very beautiful part of the world. Even though it was raining the day we went we really enjoyed the walk to view Wineglass Bay. On the way home we visited a winery - it was a nice winery but I was too tired to get the most out of the experience.
      Written 17 March 2024
    • shimb2024
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      A lovely day out.
      A lovely day out with a knowledgeable guide looking after tour members well, no hurrying along, money well spent, highly recommended to all.
      Written 16 March 2024
    • enerport
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      A wonderful day with great diversity taking in some remarkable natural features, as well as the Port Arthur precinct.
      This tour was booked as a "Port Arthur" excursion - but it was so much more. We replaced the Lavender Farm with the Unzoo visit to view a Tasmanian Devil - a unique experience. The deviations to Tasman Arch and The Devil's Kitchen were spectacular, and the time at Port Arthur (2 1/2 hours) was sufficient to get a good appreciation of the site facilities - although not enough to take in all the attractions. But it did include the 1/2 hour Harbour Cruise, which was an unexpected, enjoyable and informative experience. Our Tour Guide was very knowledgeable and supportive.
      Written 14 March 2024
    • Escape37812728896
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Long but satisfying day, goes quick
      Tour was really good. Was a friendly and informative environment. The rainforest was refreshing and very nice to walk through. Bongarong was amazing, shame we only spent an hour there but I would’ve stayed there all day if we could. No koalas to be seen, none in Tasmania apparently. Mt. Wellington was good; bumpy ride but great view from the top.
      Written 11 March 2024
    • R7799RCmitchellw
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Amazing and knowledgeable guided tour
      The tour was amazing! Our guide Ian was deeply knowledgeable and funny, and the stop offs at port Arthur and seeing the devils were fantastic!
      Written 7 March 2024
    • hazyviewlover
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      A Must Do when in Hobart 🥰
      We were picked up at the Hobart Visitor Cre by David(guide) who was welcoming and informative. The ferry crossing went smoothly Maria Island was full of wildlife,beautiful scenery and convict history Be prepared to be tired at the end of this wonderful day.So much to see and do Great tour,great prices and a wonderful guide Thank you David and Tours Tasmania 🥰
      Written 26 February 2024
    • K6445UVrichardb
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      A very nice day out
      A very enjoyable trip, in a small group. A minivan ride from Launceston to Cradle Mountain, and then a choice of hikes. The walks were a little challenging in places, but manageable for most people of reasonable fitness. It was nice to meet people in a small group, and it was a very enjoyable day.
      Written 18 February 2024
    • Glenda R
      0 contributions
      3.0 of 5 bubbles
      Not designed for people over 55yo or those with restricted mobility.
      Wasn't happy with the tour, couldn't manage the walk to the lookout. Thought the National Park was poorly maintained and the walking track up to the lookout was very unsafe, with no railings. We ended up turning back halfway up due to this & then had to wait some time for everyone to return. The stop at Honeymoon Bay toveat lunch was shabby, limited seating. Wouldn't recommend this tour. Tour bus was also a little shabby & in need of some repair
      Written 8 February 2024
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    Aussietravellers1
    Brisbane, Australia154 contributions
    2.0 of 5 bubbles
    Oct 2021
    Not the tour if you want to enjoy a day at Port Arthur. Pick up in Hobart in a very old tired mini bus with not so clean floor and seats.
    Too many things in one day to really enjoy the day. A short stop for coffee and rest rooms on the way. A Stop at the Cliff Top saw lovely views but we did not expect the almost 1 hour bush walk to Waterfall Bay. Cold and windy so we felt this part could have been averted. Finally got to the other side to meet the tour guide to find more bush walking to see "something" that was closed so around to Tasman Arch where the mini bus was parked. Next was on the Un Zoo which we had paid for only to find we were left for an hour to see one little old Tassie Devil be fed. Then a quick bird show which lasted about 10 mins because the birds didn't come. After eventually being picked up, off the the Lavender Farm to pick up the sole person there. They informed the driver 15 minutes would have been plenty of time. Eventually we finally arrived at Port Arthur just in time for the 12.30 walking tour, . As it ended we were to head over to the boat cruise for 1.20. After it finished we had less than 1 hour to look around Port Arthur. The entire day while somewhat organised was very time poor for Port Arthur. Too much squashed into the morning and 5 hours before we arrived. Promptly at 3pm we were herded back on to the bus and headed for Richmond which was another waste of time arriving just after 4pm for a 40 minute stop but to be told everything closes at 4pm. The lolly shop was about all that was open. Last but not least another divert to a lookout on the southern side of the Derwent River, just a carpark really but a nice view all the same. Eventually back to Hobart in peak hour traffic just before 6pm. There was a lot to do in 1 day in my opinion a lot of wasted time which could have been much better spent at Port Arthur. For tourists there is no time built in to eat, everything was on the run, I don't recommend this tour if you want to see and enjoy all of Port Arthur and what it has to offer.
    Written 13 November 2021
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    Did you know we operate 3 different active day tours to the Port Arthur Historic Site? • Port Arthur & Tassie Devils • Port Arthur & Tasman Peninsula • Port Arthur & Lavender They are all described as fast paced, active day tours, designed to explore the Tasman region including many stops along the way! The tour that you booked is our Port Arthur & Tassie Devils tour day. The overview of the tour description states: “This active, fast-paced tour is ideal for travelers who want to see and do a lot in a single day. There’s something for everyone on this tour, as long as you’re prepared to work those feet. Learn about Tasmanian history at the Port Arthur Historic Site, watch Tasmanian Devils feeding, hike along cliff-tops and to spectacular lookouts, visit Richmond village and much more. Ideal if you're short on time.” A fun, full-on overview of Hobart, Port Arthur, and surrounds The tour description then also goes on to advise that the Waterfall Bay cliff top track is a 2 km walk and takes around 45mins - 1 hour. Followed by Tasman Arch & Devils Kitchen short walks around the rock formations. The visiting time at Port Arthur Historic Site will be around 2.5 hours. This time includes a guided walking tour and the harbour cruise all conducted and operated by the specialist team at Port Arthur. The remaining time is there to explore Port Arthur. We would have happily discussed any of our tours with you, if given the opportunity. If your priority was to maximise your time at Port Arthur Historic Site than we would have recommended the Port Arthur & Tasman Peninsula tour – which allows for 4 hours of time at the Port Arthur Historic Site. This tour still includes the Waterfall Bay Clifftop Walk – one of Tasmania’s 60 Great Short Walks – and takes in the spectacular views of some of the highest sea cliffs in the Southern Hemisphere! We also visit Richmond Village on this tour. The Port Arthur & Tasman Peninsula tour is still described as a busy, action packed day out, for active travellers, looking to see and do as much in their day as possible. If your preference was a simple coach tour to Port Arthur Historic Site and return to Hobart, we would have recommended to you a better suited operator. You also mentioned that many retail stores in Richmond were closing early. Unfortunately, with most of the population of Australia still locked out of Tasmania, many retail and small business operators are still bearing the brunt of the effects of Covid 19 restrictions on their operations. With only a small number of travellers currently in Tasmania, many business operations are affected in some way by the current circumstances. This can result in understaffing, reduced opening hours, additional closed days, as they do their best to survive and try to come out the other of side things. We don’t however, advertise a shopping trip to Richmond village. Richmond is a historic village, with a convict built bridge, a beautiful short walk along the river, historic buildings, convict gaol and churches, all available to see and enjoy as your wander the township. (“ We arrive in the late afternoon into historic Richmond Village. Meander the streets, stop for a coffee, visit the Lolly Shop and walk across Australia’s oldest bridge still in use – a convict built sand-stone bridge, reported to be haunted!"). I’m glad to hear you enjoyed the local Lolly shop, it is full of fantastic, sweet treats! The Richmond Bakery is also open till quite late, for coffee and afternoon tea for the hungry ones. Our tour description on Viator describes all of the key activities in our tour day, and that we aim to see as much as possible in this amazing area of Tasmania. Feel free to get in touch directly with business operators prior to travelling to ensure you are choosing experiences that match your travel style.
    Written 14 November 2021
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    Gordon
    San Francisco, CA8 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Feb 2020
    This day trip mixes natural beauty and history, with a lovely walk along the cliffs as well as about three hours at Port Arthur, which felt like the right amount of time to explore the mixture of ruined and reconstructed buildings from its time as a penitentiary. Connor was a great guide, allowing for flexibility like letting some passengers split off to see Tasmanian devils at the "Unzoo"(which cost an extra $10 AUD) while others went on to a lavender farm. The trip definitely packs a lot into a single day.
    Written 27 February 2020
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    sarah
    2 contributions
    2.0 of 5 bubbles
    Nov 2022
    Weird day from start to finish. You're picked up on an old bus that only has lap seatbelts, the driver is unenthusiastic and doesn't engage the bus in any sort of explanation about what we're looking at. The short 2km walk was the highlight as the scenery was beautiful. Then you head to Port Arthur, except this is where you discover that 3 different tours are participating on the same bus and going to different locations, causing much confusion among passengers, however the driver will act annoyed that you're confused? This specific tour provided enough time at Port Arthur, which was beautiful and it was a lovely day which added to it. Then the weirdest part of all was being rushed to Richmond, arriving at 4.25pm when everything except the lolly shop is closed. You park next to the bridge and the driver says here is the famous bridge meet you on the other side in 20 minutes? No explanation of why it is famous at all. Very confused why this is advertised as an active tour as it is simply not. We didn't even stop at the Hobart lookout on our way back so there's some false advertising there.... I've been on much better tours from Hobart.
    Written 23 November 2022
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    Linda Z
    Melbourne, Australia26 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    May 2021 • Couples
    We had a great day! An early start meant that we saw so much. We did the 45 min walk and saw spectacular cliff to sights including the devils kitchen ad blow hole. Our guide was David and he was full of interesting information and funny stories. He had a vast knowledge of local and historic knowledge. He was very in tune with our comfort too. Always asking how the sure temp was etc. We were very happy with three tour and would consider going another one with them.
    Written 9 May 2021
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    thornbury_travellers
    Thornbury, Australia343 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Loved it. Lots packed into a 10 hour day. To start with our guide/driver was Nicholas who was awesome . Friendly , knowledgeable and witty. First part of the tour is photo stops along the peninsula and a 2km scenic walk culminating at Tasman Arch ... spectacular . The next part of the tour is 4 hours at Port Arthur Penal Colony. Which you will need to see it all. Amazing step back in history. Real eye opener. Then you finish with a trip to Australia's oldest bridge at Richmond . So well built by convicts that they were pardoned on it's completion. Back in Hobart around 5.30pm . Awesome day. Highly recommended.
    Written 17 February 2023
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    RC30319
    Atlanta, GA1,413 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Mar 2020
    This excursion is run by a company called Tours Tasmania and they were first class all the way. Yes it is an 11 hour tour so it's a long day, however it was worth it. The guide was great and knowledgeable, they were on time, and the stops were great. The cliff walk was beautiful and not difficult with plenty of places to stop for pictures. The stop at the UnZoo to see the Tasmanian Devil was delightful, and of course Port Arthur itself was very informative and interesting. Would highly recommend this tour and this company.
    Written 28 March 2020
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    Penelope P
    Albury, Australia37 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We started with a guided tour which was extremely interesting. We found out so much more than we would have if we were just checking it out on our own. We went on the short harbour cruise too which was lovely. I would highly recommend visiting Port Arthur to anyone!
    Written 29 January 2021
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    Christopher T
    3 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Oct 2023 • Couples
    What a fantastic day. Brilliant photo opportunities throughout the day. Port Arthur was informative and confronting all tossed into one day. Could have easily spent 2 days to see everything. Trevor our driver and tour guide was extremely knowledgeable and helpful. A great day out.
    Written 20 October 2023
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    497sara
    Dorset, UK2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Jan 2020 • Couples
    Delightful day out. Port Arthur is a must for anybody interested in Australian history. Our guide Dan was very informative and knowledgeable. The cliff top walk was beautiful, fabulous scenery. Lovely way to spend a day whilst holidaying in Hobart. Highly recommend.
    Written 23 January 2020
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    Melinda K
    5 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Mar 2024 • Friends
    Join Tassie tours and had great experience at the Tasmania's UNESCO, Port Arthur and Tasman Peninsula. Port Arthur rich in history which was furnished by our tour guide, Ms Jodi who is a very experience guide. Visited the breathtaking view of Tasman arch and Devil kitchen. Had a wonderful time with Jodi who added extra fun for us
    Written 23 March 2024
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