Tasmania offers a wide range of world-class experiences.
- Restaurant Tasman – Hotel Grand Chancellor | 03 6235 4547
- Landscape Restaurant & Grill – Henry Jones Art Hotel | 1800 436 797
- Peacock and Jones – Henry Jones Art Hotel | 1800 375 692
- The Lounge – Frogmore Creek City | 03 6274 5876
- Old Wharf Restaurant – MACq 01 Hotel | 03 6210 7602
- Frank Restaurant | 03 6231 5005
- Maldini Italian Cafe & Restaurant | 03 6223 4460
- Drunken Admiral | 03 6234 1903
- Suzie Luck’s Canteen & Cocktail Bar | 03 6224 2554
Aardvark Adventures is an adventure tourism, corporate/group event and team-building company based in Hobart, Tasmania. We have nearly 30 years experience in the adventure industry, and are licensed to operate in National Parks, Hydro Tasmania properties, working forests and crown land. We can provide abseiling, caving, white water rafting and kayaking adventures.
The Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) is a must see destination in Hobart. It is the largest privately owned museum in Australia and houses antiquities, modern and contemporary art from the collection of the owner, David Walsh. Walsh has described the museum as a “subversive adult Disneyland“.
Join us for a 2.5 hour, 60km adventure exploring the renowned waterways that influences the Hobart lifestyle. Two and a half hour cruise, departing 2pm daily.
Call Pennicott Wilderness Journeys on +61 3 6234 4270 for enquiries and bookings or see www.ironpotcruises.com.au.
Kunanyi/Mt Wellington is a wilderness experience just a 20-minute drive from Hobart and is much loved by locals.
The 21-km drive to the summit passes through temperate rainforest to sub-alpine flora and glacial rock formations, ending in panoramic views of Hobart, Bruny Island, South Arm and the Tasman Peninsula.
There are barbecues, picnic facilities and bushwalking trails for all fitness levels. Mountain activities also include trail biking and abseiling.
Park entrance fees do not apply and there are no opening or closing hours.
Hobart’s market at Salamanca Place is a celebration of Tasmania’s culture, creative artisans, talented musicians and diverse producers with over 300 stalls. There are many cafes along Salamanca Place or in Salamanca Square to have breakfast.
The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) is open between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm every day of the year except ANZAC Day, Good Friday and Christmas Day.
General admission to TMAG is free to all members of the public. Special exhibits may occasionally require paid entry.
Join Par Avion for a tour to Tasmania’s remote and pristine Southwest National Park. Tour includes a spectacular scenic flight to Melaleuca via the south coast followed by a boat trip to the Bathurst Harbour Marine reserve. There is also an opportunity to see the rare and endangered Orange Bellied Parrot, before flying back to Hobart via the mountains of the Western Arthurs. From $320 per person, tour approx 4 hours and includes refreshments.
Call Par Avion on +61 3 6248 5390 for bookings and information on other tours or see www.paravion.com.au.
The Port Arthur experience is unforgettable. Just a one-and-a-half hour drive from Hobart on the Tasman Peninsula, a visit to the World Heritage Listed Port Arthur Historic Site is one of Tasmania’s iconic cultural heritage experiences. You can explore the ruins of the Penitentiary, the Separate Prison, Dockyard, Convict Church and Museum Houses as well as the vast grounds and gardens. Port Arthur Historic Site is Australia’s most intact and evocative convict site.
A choice of two half day tours designed to cater for visitors with limited time to explore Tasmania’s cool-climate vineyards and the historic village of Richmond, or a choice of two full day tours taking in southern Tasmania cool-climate wines and MONA or wine, Willie Smiths Cider and Huon Valley. Tours from $99 per person departing from Hobart CBD with CBD hotel drop-off.
Call Boutique Wine Tours Tasmania +61 415 387 887 or visit