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Our most recommended Hobart Group Activities

Hobart City 2.5-Hour Kayak Tour

1. Hobart City 2.5-Hour Kayak Tour

On this 2.5-hour tour you’ll be able to enjoy Hobart’s iconic waterfront from a different perspective, as you paddle along in a sea kayak. Departing from Sandy Bay with a local guide, you’ll pass historic Battery Point, now one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in Hobart. Glide under fishing wharves before entering the bustling Hobart docks area. Get up close to sleek yachts, elegant tall ships, working fishing boats, modern cruisers and possibly even a cruise ship. After working up an appetite, you’ll get to enjoy Hobart’s legendary fish and chips from the comfort of your kayak as your guide entertains you with some local stories. No kayaking experience is necessary and the tour is suitable for younger participants who can team up with an adult or one of the guides.

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From Hobart: Full-Day Tour of Maria Island National Park

2. From Hobart: Full-Day Tour of Maria Island National Park

Enjoy an early-morning coffee or tea while learning about the history of the island. Hear tales of the Aboriginal people, about whaling cultures, convicts, of the industrial effects, and of the wildlife sanctuary of today. Enjoy a scenic drive and passenger ferry trip across Mercury Passage. Spend the morning walking to Fossil Cliffs during a 1.5-hour hike. Enjoy the views of Bishop and Clerk and watch the local wildlife in their natural environment.  Enjoy a freshly-prepared lunch inside a heritage-listed building that once processed convicts. All produce is locally sourced and represents Tasmania's fresh, world-class reputation for fine food. Afterward walk to the vibrant Painted Cliffs, while learning of the rich and natural history of the island. Spend the remaining time on the island looking for more wildlife or taking a quick swim in the cool waters of Darlington Beach.

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Hobart: Moorilla's Deep Cut Crystal Private Wine Experience

3. Hobart: Moorilla's Deep Cut Crystal Private Wine Experience

Take an exclusive private tour of Tasmania’s second-oldest vineyard and its state-of-the-art winery, hosted by one of Moorilla’s resident wine experts. Meet your Moorilla wine expert and host at the beautiful Cellar Door overlooking the vineyard. Start your private tour by heading through the vineyard and learn about the finer points of small-batch winemaking. Take a private tour of Tasmania’s second-oldest vineyard, hosted by one of Moorilla’s resident wine experts. Taste vintage wine and learn about the finer points of small-batch winemaking. Later, you’ll be treated to a tasting experience of wine from Moorilla’s three distinct series - Praxis, Muse, and Cloth Label - decanted into spiffy crystal glassware. You’ll also receive a complimentary bottle of wine from the Muse series.

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Hobart: Kunanyi/Mount Wellington Guided Hike

4. Hobart: Kunanyi/Mount Wellington Guided Hike

You will be picked up from your accomodation from your expert guide and drive from Hobart to the leafy suburb of Fern Tree, via historic South Hobart. There, view the walking map and learn the minimal impact walking principles of leave no trace. You will hike a mixture of mountain trails and explore lush foothills, rainforests, and waterfalls. Visit Silver Falls along the lush Pipeline track. The morning part of your Mount Wellington hike ascends up via mixed wet and dry forest. Grab a coffee or tea from the lovely lost freight cafe. With sensational views over Southern Tasmania, the trail is a mix of steep stairs and moderate uphill sections. Enjoy the panoramic views, sub-alpine flora and history of Wellington Park. View the spectacular rock columns, the Organ Pipes, popular with dare-devil climbers. Soak up the views over Hobart and Southern Tasmania from 4 lookouts. Some bushwalking experience recommended. Tracks may have short steep hill sections, a rough surface and many steps.

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What people are saying about Hobart

Overall rating

4.0 / 5

based on 5 reviews

Pip was an excellent guide. Gave us a thorough safety and how-to-kayak talk, but got us quickly on the water. As we paddled, she gave us a good overview of the history of Hobart, as well as some interesting highlights. She also had a range of sauces for the fish and chips we had in the kayaks! For a great time on the water with an easy pace, I’d thoroughly recommend this tour to everyone!

Day with wombats at Maria Island We had a fabulous day at Maria Island. Daniel and Brenton, our guides, are very knowledge and make the day goes easy. We saw lots of kangaroos and wombats. Lunch was fresh and healthy... we finished the day having wine by the beach.

What an amazing experience, the guys running it were so professional and knowledgeable. It was a great day with a beautiful lunch, really fantastic!! Small group size also kept it special and personal.

Friendly and knowledgeable guides, tasty picnic lunch and abundant wild life.

Amazing to see the animals in their natural habitats!