Eye See Personalised Tours

Adventure and Outdoors Tours

Eye See Personalised Tours is a unique way to experience Tasmania.
Tailoring tours to suit budget and time constraints. Offering flexibility to do things others cannot offer in packaged tours. Tours are half-day, full-day or extended days depending on requirements.
Prices are competitive and everything for your enjoyment and peace of mind is included. All tours are fully accompanied by friendly, professional and experienced local guides. All necessary licences, insurance and accreditations are current and all tours are conducted in clean, reliable modern vehicles.
Bookings are essential for all tours. Please check Tripadvisor for a full list of excellent reviews.
They want you to “see Tasmania as a guest, not just a tourist”.


Service Types

Adventure and Outdoors Tours Food and Wine Tours Nature and wildlife Sightseeing Tours Walking and Biking Tours




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Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available


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The historic town of Richmond is situated in the Coal Valley wine region, only 20 minutes from Hobart.
The Georgian houses have been beautifully preserved. This convict-built town was once an important military post. Many of its old stone buildings have been converted into teashops, craft shops and galleries.
This tour may also include the breathtaking views of Hobart from Mount Wellington. (Time and weather permitting).
Highlights include: immerse yourself in convict history, visit Australia’s oldest Catholic Church (St John’s Church) still in use, travel across Australia and the oldest bridge, admire the stunning views from the summit of Mount Wellington (weather permitting), enjoy some Tasmanian wine, and wander around the quaint craft shops and galleries.

Disabled Access

Take a trip back in time to Port Arthur Tasmania. The Port Arthur historic site is included on the UNESCO World Heritage list and is definitely on the list of ‘must-do’s’ during your trip to Tasmania.
Enjoy a day of spectacular scenery and Tasmanian history.
Highlights include: experience the harsh penal colony, explore the ruins of the penitentiary, immerse yourself in convict history, imagine life for the convicts, enjoy a cruise to the Isle of the Dead, admire magnificent views from Pirates Bay Lookout, guided tour of the Port Arthur Historic Site, drive past the quaint little village of Doo Town, marvel at the geological formations of The Blowhole, Tasman Arch and the Devils Kitchen, indulge in the chance of seeing some whales or dolphins, and realise the fear caused by the dreaded “dogline” if you were an escaping convict at EagleHawk Neck on the Tasman Peninsula. Lunch is home made, including local, organic fruit and vegetables.

Disabled Access

Freycinet National Park is a peninsular situated on Tasmania’s sunny East Coast. The most famous part of this is National Park is Wineglass Bay. Along this spectacular coastline, are pristine beaches and unspoilt wilderness which collectively is the Freycinet Peninsula.
Highlights include: Pink granite mountains, white sandy beaches and turquoise water, Wineglass Bay voted one world’s ten best beaches by Lonely Planet, Wineglass Bay Lookout is one of the Tasmania’s most iconic landmarks, spectacular views across Great Oyster Bay, a tasty stop at Kate’s Berry Farm to enjoy a famous berry ice-cream, picnic lunch on Wineglass Bay for those who enjoy bush walking, indulge in a home made lunch showcasing Tasmanian speciality and natural foods including local, organic fruit and vegetables.

Disabled Access

Be prepared to do some wine tasting. This tour is for the serious wine buff or the novice. Situated in the Coal Valley wine region it boasts spectacular views overlooking the Coal Valley. Contact us for more information about the inclusions and departures for this tour.
All tours are fully accompanied by friendly, professional and experienced local guides.

Disabled Access

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