Richmond, Tasmania

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Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 116 reviews

We only had a day in Tasmania and couldn’t be happier to have taken this day trip. We visited big tree country, taking a short hike through the trees with wildlife (pademelons, birds, a platypus) and waterfalls. We hand fed kangaroos, took pictures with a koala and a wombat, and watched a Tassie devil feeding at Bonorong. Bonorong is amazing! Lunch was at the quaint town of Richmond which had gin/whiskey tastings, a candy shop, scallop pie, and a beautiful park near the water with the oldest active bridge in Australia. The day ended on Mt Wellington with a gorgeous view of Hobart and Tassie. We loved learning so much about Tassie while experiencing it. I would recommend this trip to anyone.

This was a neat little day trip and it was exactly what I was after given my short stay in Hobart. Jarrod was super friendly and informative and was always happy to have a chat and answer questions. The small group made the experience personalised and tailored to each person, which was a nice touch. There was plenty of time at each location, so I didn't feel rushed and got to really kick back and really explore Richmond, which was perfect. Would definitely recommend this trip if you aren't in Hobart for long and/or if it's your first time to Hobart.

Was a jam-packed day with lots of variety! The Tasman National Park walk and views were lovely. The Lavender Farm is quite small, so only had 30 minutes there. The tour included entry into the Port Arthur Historic Site and a boat ride. My guide Andrew, and the other travellers in my tour group made the experience even more enjoyable. Would highly recommend for a great day out!

We had a great day with Jarrod as our guide. He knows so much about the history, geography, wildlife, farming practices and people of Tasmania. He is thoughtful; for example, ensuring that we were able to walk down to the falls instead of climbing up. He helped us discover great Tasmanian scallop pie! We highly recommend this tour!

Enjoyable day out. Lavender farm is small but has LOTS of lavender products to buy and eat. Pt Arthur site is huge, lots of walking to see it all, and the included boat trip is pleasant. My guide, Connor was great, shared lots of info during the day. Shorter drive distances than some day trips, which I liked.