Tasmania's rugged Tasman Peninsula is the star of this three hour shore excursion departing Port Arthur. Ogle dramatic rock formations like Devils Kitchen and the Tasman Arch, marvel at amazing blowholes and vertiginous sea cliffs, visit a lavender farm and feast on seafood and artisan chocolates.
Explore beyond the prison walls on this spectacular guided coach tour of Port Arthur and the Tasman Peninsula. Departing Port Arthur Historic Site, you'll soon be tracing the dramatic southern coastline, remarkable for its fissures, rock formations, blowholes and the Southern Hemisphere's tallest sea cliffs. At the Blow Hole, feast on fresh-cooked seafood while having your mind blown by the powerful surge of the sea. See it whoosh through the cracks in the rocks in one almighty rushing jet so powerful, the spray can be seen across the bay. On the return journey, enjoy a stop at Port Arthur Lavender Farm. Sample the cafe's lavender ice-cream, browse the gift store and its essential oils, soaps and creams, or walk among the pretty purple blooms. End the tour on a sweet note at ethical chocolate-maker, Federation Chocolates. Please note, food and gift shop purchases are at your own expense.
Basic level of fitness is required.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
This experience runs with a maximum of 24 people.
In the unlikely event of a bushfire, severe storm or other catastrophic weather event, the experience provider will contact you to to discuss or reschedule, subject to availability.
Wear comfortable clothes and shoes. A raincoat, jacket, hat and sunglasses are recommended. Please check the weather forecast the night before your booking and dress accordingly.
Tailored specifically for cruise ship passengers only. We stop for morning tea/lunch at Doo-lishus food stall at the Blow Hole for some of the freshest local seafood in Tasmania (food at own expense).
This experience takes place in Port Arthur and the Tasman Peninsula, TAS.