Our business specialises in sightseeing tours Hobart and surrounding regions. We can take a group of 4 people up to a group of 16 people on our tours.
With a smaller group a tour becomes more flexible and personal. By travelling in our late model Toyota Mini buses you can take a little extra time at that location you find interesting. Bottom line is you get better service and more importantly your enjoyment of the tour is enhanced.
We don’t have a 50 seat bus so you are not herded like cattle to locations that suit the bus company. You are not sitting around waiting for people you don’t know who haven’t made it back to the bus. Tours Hobart. We provide a relaxed and informative commentary of the day without going over the top.
Contact us now and discuss the itinerary for your tour of Hobart. We think you are going to like what we do. Check out our testimonial page and see what our customers are saying. Hobart Tours.
Tours Hobart Half Day
The viewing platform at the top of Mt Wellington offers the best view in town. The Tasman Bridge and beautiful waterways of the Derwent River provide a spectacular background to Hobart City and the surrounding region. Best tours Hobart.
City and Sandy Bay
We begin the tour with a drive past Parliament House and Salamanca, viewing the original sandstone buildings built by convicts in 1804. The early history is preserved here and you get a real sense of this when looking at the old Sea Captain cottages around Arthurs Circus at Battery Point. The tour continues through Sandy Bay and along the coast. Tours Hobart
Tours Hobart Full Day
Bonorong Wildlife Park
See native animals up close at the park, view Tasmanian Devils and Kangaroos along with a wide array of Australian wildlife. Richmond Historic Village is our next stop where we marvel at the famous Richmond Bridge built by hand using convict labour in 1823. On the hilltop sits St Johns the oldest Catholic Church in Australia. Hobart Tours.
The drive to Port Arthur is lengthy taking about two hours one way. Be aware the site is sprawling and requires a medium level of fitness for walking. On the way you will see the geological wonder of Eaglehawk Neck. The penal settlement is our premier tourist attraction and admission includes a small harbour cruise. Best tours Hobart.
Arrived in Hobart on the Diamond Princess and we were blessed with a beautiful sunny day. The Signal Station and waterfront were just spectacular. The wine tasting around the Coal River Valley on the way back from Richmond was really enjoyed by our group. Comfortable and spacious vehicle, our guide had a good sense of humour and made it a fun day.Jeremy, Zena and Barry - Cornwell UK
Spent a great day in Hobart and packed lots of interesting stops in to our four hour Tour. Our guide gave us interesting info about the sites and locations we visited but didn’t dominate the day. Richmond Historic Village was enjoyable but Meadowbank Vineyard was the highlight. I would recommend Tasmania Tour Guide to anyone.Jaryd - Sydney
We booked a four hour tour of Hobart with Trevor as we disembarked from our cruise ship. He took us around Hobart while providing unique historical insights. We then visited Mount Wellington, the Wild Life Reserve (fed Kangaroos!!!), and the city of Richmond. Comfortable ride and great value!Dave P - Santa Rosa, California
Had a great tour today with a company called Tasmanian Tour Guide. Four of us enjoyed taking photos from the top of Mount Wellington and my friends especially enjoyed seeing the Tassie Devils at Bonorong park. The tour guide was friendly and professional, highly recommend this tour.Anthony B - Byron Bay, Australia
We booked a private van off the pier with Trevor Glover (0419-556060) company is (Tasmania Tour Guide) to take us around the city. It was a four hour tour and Trevor was exceptional. We saw Mount Wellington, the wildlife reserve, and the city of Richmond. The wildlife reserve was the highlight but I was surprised at Mount Wellington; the weather was ideal. We saw tazy devils, koalas, colorful birds, and fed kangaroos. After the tour we grabbed some oysters at Mures near the pier which I didn’t care for at all but still loved Tasmania.Steven - California