The Port Arthur MEGA Day Trip from Hobart
The popular Port Arthur Mega day tour is a flexible and great value for money tour showcasing the fascinating Tasmanian history, the natural attractions of the Tasman Peninsula, and Tasmania’s unique wilderness. Port Arthur Historic Site has been awarded Tasmania’s best Major Tourism Attraction for the fourth consecutive year. Furthermore, the World Heritage listed site was also named Tasmania’s best Cultural and Heritage tourism attraction for the third year in succession. To do the Port Arthur Mega tour is an absolute must for anyone visiting Tasmania.
This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Port Arthur Historic Site, Arthur Highway, Port Arthur, Tasmania 7182 Australia
We spend a maximum of 4 hours at the famous Port Arthur Historic site. Tasmania’s biggest tourist attraction.
Here you will be able to visit over 30 historical buildings, take a guided tour, visit the museum and enjoy a 30 minute harbour cruise. We offer other options as well, if you would like to split your time and visit the Wildlife Park for 1hr 15 mins and Port Arthur for 2hr 45mins or the Remarkable Cave area for 1 hour and Port Arthur for 3 hours…or you might not want to visit Port Arthur at all and would prefer to split your 4 hours between the Tassie Devil Wildlife Park and exploring Remarkable Cave, doing a fantastic short walk on the coastline…just tell the driver what you would like to do! Its no problem for us, you chose on the day.
Duration: 4 hours
Stop At: Pirates Bay/Eaglehawk Neck, Southeast Tasmania, Tasmania Australia
Fantastic ocean views and stunning coastline at the Pirates Bay lookout! We then drop down to sea level at Eaglehawk Neck Beach and discover the amazing story behind the ” Dogline” …You will have to do the tour to find out what happens here.
Duration: 20 minutes
Stop At: Remarkable Cave, Cave Road, Port Arthur, Tasmania 7182 Australia
Remarkable Cave and the Tasman Peninsula area is stunning!
A 5 minute walk will take you down to the cave, which appears different in summer and winter, there is also a great new viewing platform above the cave with sweeping views of the Southern Ocean and the towering cliffs of the Tasman Peninsula.
For walkers there is an easy short walks along the cliffs to Mt Brown…choose how far you want to walk! I would strongly suggest spending 3 hours at Port Arthur and 1 hour visiting here as an option on the tour
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Devil’s Kitchen, Tasman Arch Road, Eaglehawk Neck, Tasmania Australia
Great short walk (10 MINS) easy,that starts at the Tasman Arch and finishes at Devils Kitchen
These Geographical features are similar to what you would experience on the Great Ocean Road ( but with less tourists)
They are essentially awesome towering sea caves that have collapsed! There is also a nice little lookout on the walk, as well, where you will be able to see the ocean and sea cliffs
Duration: 20 minutes
Stop At: Rosny Hill Lookout, Rosney Hill, Rosny Park, Clarence, Tasmania Australia
Great first stop on the Eastern Shore of Hobart as we cross the Tasman Bridge and head towards Richmond Village via the Rosny Hill Lookout.
You will be able to look back towards Hobart, Mt Wellington and the
famous Tasman Bridge, great photo opportunity.
If the weather is not good in the morning for your photo we will do it on the way back before entering Hobart, this tour has great flexibility
Duration: 10 minutes
Stop At: Richmond Bridge, Bridge Street, Richmond, Clarence, Tasmania 2004 Australia
Visit the famous historical town of Richmond as we make our way down to Port Arthur.
Richmond is Australia’s number 1 historical Village and is famous for the oldest bridge, Catholic Church and Gaol in Australia !!!
You will have time to grab something to eat and walk through the main street to get that famous photo of the bridge and church.
Duration: 30 minutes