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2 Day Tours - Port Arthur and Wineglass Bay - Hobart


DAY 1: In the morning our first stop will be the famous Richmond Colonial Village, you will have plenty of time (1 hour) to stroll around Australia's most historic town and its beautiful Georgian buildings including the oldest bridge in Australia.
Arriving at the Tasman Peninsula we check out the magnificent ocean and coastal views from Pirates Bay Lookout before heading to Eaglehawk Neck and a short walk on beautiful Egg Beach, learn about the famous convict DOGLINE!.
We then visit the fantastic natural attractions of Tasman Arch and Devils Kitchen before arriving at the famous Port Arthur Historic Site, Tasmania's number 1 visited destination. We give you maximum time to explore Port Arthur, visit over 30 historic buildings, take a harbour cruise and walking tour to enhance the experience and check out the popular museum and theatre
* We return you to your accommodation in Hobart tonight

DAY 2: Today we head to the beautiful east coast of Tasmania, stopping briefly at the Historic seaside town of Swansea, before we arrive at Freycinet National Park.
Spend the day exploring the this stunning national park with its gigantic granite boulders, mountains, pristine blue water and white sand,There are plenty of great short walks for everybody to enjoy.
Take a walk to the Wineglass Bay Lookout and then proceed to the famous beach, voted one of the top 10 in the world!
Visit the Cape Tourville lighthouse with its stunning ocean and coastal views, before we make our way home, enjoy our DVD screens on the way home.
Today tour will showcase the best sights of the beautiful east coast of Tasmania
* Tour finishes tonight in Hobart



HIGHLIGHTS: Richmond Colonial Village; Eaglehawk Neck; Egg Beach; Tasman Arch and Devils Kitchen; Port Arthur Historic Site; Historic seaside town of Swansea; Freycinet National Park; Wineglass Bay 2 Day Tours - Port Arthur and Wineglass Bay