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#1 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
It had a bit of everything: wildlife (at sea and on the island), geology (amazing cliffs and caves), history (Tim’s guided walk was very informative) and a delicious lunch (I was a bit sceptical when I saw the “go...
A 5 STAR experience Snorkelling with seals Boating into magnificent sea caves Cruising alongside spectacular cliff formations Racing pods of dolphins Patting wild wombats Exploring convict settlements Experiencing...
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#2 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
Absolutely exceeded my high expectations, great guiding by Tory and Thomas (knowledgeable, professional, expert skills, safe practice, great food and cooking); varied activities that made the most of weather; good...
Wild ocean paddles, quiet bays with stingray and sea eagle sightings, towering dolerite cliffs, heaps of playful seals, and the beautiful tessellated pavement with abundant birdlife.
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#3 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
Thanks BIS and inparticular our lovely and informative guide Katri.m who has lots of local knowledge and a solid understanding of flora, fauna, Tasmanian history and other great areas of Tasmania to explore.
This day trip had a great variety of both scenes and tastings with informative and entertaining talks while driving, and a delicious lunch as well Good value Totally recomend
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#4 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
A wonderful full day tour with Geno our friendly informative guide - beautiful scenery and extra side stops to experience this part of Tasmania, the walk to the Wineglass Bay lookout challenging for ladies in thei...
Geno is an excellent tour guide who always share knowledge about the plants and wildlife we have met during the tour, he is such a thoughtful guy who took pictures for every member of the team at the best position...
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#5 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
The route was a winding, interesting dawdle from Salamanca Place up the hill and around the historical Battery Point and even the unique Arthur Circus with glimpses of the Derwent River between the mainly aged hou...
What an amazing experience, wonderfully helpful , I had visitors off a cruise ship and wanted to surprise them with a Battery Point Tour .
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#6 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
Great Crew, Great Yacht, Great Wind, Great Food, Great Scenery.
Awesome 3-day adventure with Mark and Marsha and the crew, Mark and Ross.
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#7 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
What an amazing tour this was So much to see and do Our tour guide/ owner Jarrod was so friendly, informative and professional His passion for Tasmania was infectious Would highly recommend this tour Thanks for a...
Our guide Gini was probably overqualified (Dr Gini?) since Tasmanian Devils are her field of study.
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#8 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
We had a great day on the electric bikes, following fantastic advice on routes, chose to cycle into Botanical gardens for coffee and then over the bridge for up and down coast path, with lunch at Bellerive and the...
It was a perfect day and a wonderful ride on well maintained, stable bikes (helmets and locks provided).
#9 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
The itinerary included guided flights, time on waterways in expertly skippered vessels, gourmet Tasmanian lunch buffet and easy strolls and spectacular scenery that has been seared into my psyche.
... in the wilderness), morning tea and seeing the endangered orange breasted parrot in the wild, the boat trip on Bathurst Harbour, delicious lunch with local wines on the beach, boardwalk indigenous trail and th...
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#10 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
The Wilderness cruise takes you right up close to the action, showcasing breathtaking views of the largest southern sea cliffs, Tasman Arch, the candlestick, Devils Kitchen, sea caves, blowholes and we even got to...
This rare sight was a bonus as this ecotour had already provided spectacular scenery of some the world's highest sea cliffs and sea stacks, as well as incursions into amazing sea caves.
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#11 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
From start to finish excellent fun filled wildlife adventure, knowledgeable staff (Ben and deckhand Damo) pointing out & explaining the different cliff formations and wildlife (we saw 2 species of seals, pod of do...
Our tour guide, Phil, did an excellent job taking care of us: explaining the history of southern Tasmania with great personal anecdotes and taking care of us when a traffic accident delayed our return back to Hobart.
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#12 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
... Helens to Bicheno (scenic drive) Day 5: Wineglass Bay lookout, Mt Amos (climbed half way), Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary (Koalas, Kangaroos, Tassie Devils, Wombats..) Day 6: Unmissable the historic Port Arthur s...
I would do it all again, Strahan backpackers is a delight, (Bumpy (caretaker) makes you feel like family), Bicheno is a dream, Cradle Mountain is bliss, Gordon River Cruise with lunch, OMG heaven, Bay of Fires, Wi...
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#13 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
Have a great trip to Bruny Island with Tassie tours and especially great time with the driver Josh would highly recommend this tour to anybody and Josh certainly knew his stuff and was a great asset to the tour gr...
Great scenic tour with nice friendly guide- .Tour of Bruny Island was fun and easy- the Neck, steps, rainforest, wine/cheese or beer tasting ,lunch .
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#14 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
My husband and I (65 & 72 yo) stumbled over this trip and after it was over we were blown away by the beauty of the landscape - but also by the wonderful knowledge that Tim our guide and boat driver shared with us.
Finn was an excellent tour guide and skipper, who made the trip interesting with his great knowledge of local history and nautical tales.
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#15 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
Full credit to the friendly crew who were 100% professional and offered many insights into the history of Hobart and the role the Lady Nelson played during the foundation of this beautiful city.
We saw amazing wild life, dolphins playing near the ship, seals, amazing birds and that was just while aboard.
#16 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
A combination of spectacular scenery, seals, birds, dolphins and excellent crew with very timely hand outs of BBQ Shapes and TimTams and lots of humour made this a unique experience we all thoroughly enjoyed.
We skimmed along the amazing sea cliffs of South Bruny Island, ventured into sea caves, visited seal lions in their natural habitat, saw bottlenose dolphins and had fun with them while they surfed our bow wave and...
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#17 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
Wellington, Russell Falls, Lake Dobson, Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, and Richmond; Tasman Peninsula and Port Arthur Historic Site; and From Hobart to Launceston via Wineglass Bay in Freycenet National Park.
We were so impressed by the nature and sceneries in Mount Field National Park, Russell Falls, Horseshoe Falls, Moorland Mosaic, Lake Dobson and Mount Wellingtons with Panoramic view of Hobart city.
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#18 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
... the amazing nature and landscapes of this island - from the highest waterfalls and the snowing Cradle Mountain in the east coast to the crystal clear Bay of Fires and stunning Wineglass Bay in the west coast.
The tour is really great with a lot of amazing places to visit, wonderful views, with rainforest, waterfalls, wild life, and a lot more!
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#19 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
We had a great day with Rob on a customized private tour leaving from Hobart! Rob was an incredibly great guide with lots of local knowledge and was able to fit in everything we wanted in a wonderfully jam packed...
During our two days on the east coast, Rob Cooper guided us in Freycinet National Park, where we enjoyed sunny weather and a short hike to a lookout with a dramatic view of Wine Glass Bay and a tourist-friendly wa...
#20 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
Had friends down, wanted a carefree easy day...all the crew were very attentive, Captain a wealth of infornation, lingered in spots on the way down so we could see the wildlife without a timetable.
The boat was comfortable, staff attentive and informative and scenery beautifully relaxing.
#21 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
While at first I was a little bit nervous, the confidence and knowledge shown by the Pilot, Dave and the other staff culminated in an incredible scenic flight around Hobart.
Wow! We live in South East Tasmania and know that we have the most beautiful scenery but seeing it from the air on a seaplane takes it to the next level.
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#22 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
We had the best sail on this wonderful Ketch when we were at the Wooden Boat Festival in Feb 2019 The owners of the boat and staff were incredible All sails went up and when able one of the crew members played an...
We have been travelling around Tasmania for the past week today we sailed on SV Rhona H a 1942 heritage sailing ship for a 2 hour cruise on the river Derwent we met the crew who couldn’t do enough to make us feel...
#23 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
A rare opportunity to venture into a pristine wilderness that is accentuated by magnificent scenery, thrilling rapids, waterfalls, caves, eagles in flight and all of this secure in the knowledge that the dams that...
Everything about our experience was wonderful; the stunning wilderness and its scenery, the food, equipment and most of all, our exceptionally proficient and caring guides,Leon and Riley.These two guys did such an...

Zoodoo Zoo

Richmond
#24 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
... by camper, can camp overnight for free Were able to feed the tiger, go on a safari ride and feed the emu, camels.... shout out to Hayley our safari driver who was lots of fun Saw lots of kangaroos and joeys
The Highlight was the Safari Bus Tour, hand feeding the Emu's, Camel's N Zebra's up close as they stick the heads in for a feed n a pat .Zoo guides tour with Lion's n Tasmania Devil, were you got to interact with...

Seven Mile Beach

Seven Mile Beach
#25 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
what a beautiful beach we were lucky enough to have a beautiful sunny day and spent a wonderful afternoon at the beach!
We were driving around Tasmania for the day (decided to rent a car and explore by ourselves instead of doing the cruise excursions) and wanted to put our feet in the water, so we looked up Seven Mile Beach on the...
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#26 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
So fortunate to have a great guide - Benedict - and great weather that made this ride/roll down the mountain so much fun!! :) Highly recommend it for anyone who likes to cycle!
For anyone concerned about the level of difficulty or fitness required, it is a pretty easy descent at your own pace with hardly any pedalling (only needed when you get back in to the streets of Hobart.
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#27 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
The magnificent scenery, the wonderful reflections of light and the serenity and peacefulness that goes with being a long way from civilisation made my trip really special.
... they just kept smiling - The Port Davey area is an extraordinary part of South West Coast of Tasmania and I would recommend this trip if you like the wilderness experience but the comfort of a great boat .
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#28 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
There were mountains, gorges, caves, slot canyons, waterfalls, rainbows, eagles, rock islands, fern gullies, rock sculptures, ancient trees, platypus, clouds, sunshine, and the river racing past.
Instead, the slower river currents provided more time to drink in the scenery and explore the side creeks and waterfalls on foot, while the rapids were sheer joy and adrenaline - just as they had been under high w...
#29 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
Brenton and Daniel are extremely knowledgeable and passionate about Maria island and provide a wonderful tour (in fact most of Tasmania and gave us some tips on where to go on our travels).
The tours were very well organised and the guides extremely knowledgeable.
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#30 of 121 Outdoor Activities in Greater Hobart
Amazing day, Phil is very accommodating, dropped us at the head of the North South trail and picked us up at Glenorchy Mtb Park, 11.5 km of downhill bliss, amazing sights and wildlife.
Phil’s recommended ride along the North South trail (he dropped me right at the trail head) from the Springs was a great choice and allowed plenty of alternative trail options for return trip.