Eco Tours Tasmania is a Hobart based tour business offering small group tours and private Bus Charter in their modern ten seat Mercedes Benz mini bus.
Regular day tours departing the Hobart CBD are tailored so guests experience Tasmania’s National Parks, spectacular scenery, and natural attractions. These tours are run all year round.
Specialist tours to experience Tasmania’s unique native orchids are run in the peak flowering times between August and January. Orchid tours are led by an experienced and expert guide who is passionate about the states native orchids and their conservation.
Small group touring offers a personal experience as the client to Guide ratio is low and the experienced Guides can easily pass on their local knowledge.
All tours are conducted at a relaxed pace to allow sufficient time to truly experience each attraction and are ideally suited to photographers who may require just that little bit of extra time.
A fully guided tour leaving the Hobart CBD at 8.30am, returning between 4pm and 50pm every Tuesday.
Travel along the Derwent River past farmland, vineyards and hop fields.
Experience the grandeur of the worlds tallest flowering plants, the majestic Swamp Gums of the Styx River Valley.
Walk through Jurassic Park type landscape of giant tree ferns to Junee
Cave, where the Junee River appears out of the side of a mountain after
its 30 kilometre journey through Australia’s deepest cave system.
Explore Mount Field National Park with a walk through the forest to Russell Falls.
National Parks Entry and Morning Tea included in cost of tour.
Fully guided day tour leaving Hobart CBD at 8.30am and returns between 4pm and 5pm
Experience the breathtaking scenery of the Huon River Valley as you travel south.
Stop at Huon Aquaculture’s Hideaway Bay site to learn about Tasmania’s
famous Atlantic Salmon industry with the opportunity to purchase some
product from the Factory Outlet Shop.
Break for morning tea at a secluded beach with crystal clear water, white sand and Bruny Island as a backdrop.
Visit the fishing village of Dover, one of Australia’s most southern towns.
Stop for a lunch break in the forestry town of Geeveston, there is time to wander through the Forest and Heritage Centre and local artist galleries.
Visit Franks Cider Bar and Cafe in Franklin for a tasting of locally made cider.