Tasmania Tours

Sarah Island, Gordon River, Tasmania Tours
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Despite its compact size, ease of navigation and short distances between attractions, there is so much to see and do in Tasmania that joining a tour is a great way to make the most of your time. Aside from its famous stunning scenery, Tasmania offers a fantastic range of activities and attractions, tours and cruises. Your time in Tasmania can be spent abseiling, all terrain touring, caving, diving, horse riding, jet boating, rafting, sea kayaking and more.

Some of the most popular Tasmania tours are the scenic cruises of the Gordon River. Beginning at Macquarie Harbour, the famously scenic journey cruises through Hells Gates and continues all the way to the edge of the Southern Ocean and Sarah Island. Throughout the cruise you'll discover convict ruins and the spectacular natural environment of Heritage Landing aboard Lady Jane Franklin.

More than a third of Tasmania is comprised of protected reserves and national parks and its here you'll find a number of sacred ancient Aboriginal sites including Bedlam Walls near Hobart, Tiagarra Aboriginal Centre in Devonport, Wybalenna on Flinders Island, Rocky Cape in the north west and Henty Dunes on the west coast. The temperate climate of Tasmania also produces some of the country's best fruit, seafood and gourmet food and wine - well and truly worth exploring on a tour.

Other Tasmania tours on offer include Tasmania's Hobart sightseeing tour, a tour of the Cadbury factory, Tahune Airwalk, a tour of the Port Arthur historic site, Seahorse World, Hobart's Red Decker, Huon Jet Boats and much more. Tasmania tours are one of the best ways to experience some of the state's most popular attractions and the friendly and knowledgeable guides ensure you get much more out of the experience than just transportation or entry, although they are also included too.