Discover the Tasman National Park
The Tasman National Park hugs the coast of the Tasman Peninsula in south-eastern Tasmania.
The park features the highest cliffs in Australia, rising 300 metres from the southern ocean below, and known for its stunning walks, including the Three Capes walk, Waterfall Bay and Cape Raoul.
Explore Port Arthur Historic Site
The UNESCO World Heritage-listed Port Arthur Historic Site, located 90 minutes’ drive from Hobart is Australia’s most intact and evocative convict site.
There is a lot to see and do with more than 30 historic buildings and ruins to explore over 100 acres so you’ll want to allow a minimum of three to four hours.
Tasman Island Cruises
This Pennicott Wilderness Journey takes you for a spectacular three-hour cruise along the extraordinary coastline of Tasman National Park, between Eaglehawk Neck and Port Arthur.
Close encounters with the highest sea cliffs in the Southern Hemisphere, rugged and spectacular coastal landscapes, waterfalls, deep sea caves, amazing wildlife on land and sea. Gaze up at the spectacular dolerite cliffs of Cape Pillar, marvel at the towering sea stacks like Cathedral Rock, the Totem Pole, Candlestick and glide in and out of sea caves.