iWander Tasmania

Adventure and Outdoors Tours

iWander Tasmania specialises in small personalised tours, uncovering the secrets and history of the beautiful state of Tasmania. We offer one day, three day, four day and customised tours.
iWander Tasmania is locally owned and operated, effective 7 days a week, motivated to guarantee that our clients get the best holiday experiences and ensuring that accurate information is offered.
Our flexibility and stress free pace allows you to spend more time out of the bus and with small groups sizes you will never feel congested or lost.
iWander Tasmania provides English, Chinese and Japanese speaking guides.
Our love for Tasmania along with the enthusiasm to share our passion and knowledge of the island are what makes us leaders in our field.

Facilities

Adventure and Outdoors Tours Australian Tourism Accreditation Basic Cultural and Theme Tours Full Day Land - Motorised Nature and wildlife Sightseeing Tours Tourism Council Australia Water - Motorised

Services

From $115 to $125

Discover Tasmania’s convict past with a drive down the Tasman Peninsular to the world heritage-listed Port Arthur Historic site.
We begin the day by photographing Australia’s oldest bridge at the picturesque town of Richmond. The next stop takes us down the peninsula to three bizarre geological rock formations in the Tasman National Park – Devil’s Kitchen, Tasman Arch and the Blow hole. The beauty of the surrounding area contrast the dark history of our main stop at Port Arthur.

From $135 to $140

Reconnect with nature and enjoy a breath taking drive through the Huon Valley to explore Hastings Cave and the Tahune Airwalk.
The drive to Australia’s largest tourist cave winds through quaint little towns with picturesque views of the Huon River. After the cave expedition we travel to walk amongst the trees at the Tahune Airwalk stopping on the way to taste the wonders of the Valley. On the drive home we stop at the Apple Shed Museum to discover the traditions behind the once thriving orchards of the region and sample local cider.

From $125 to $130

Explore Mt. Wellington and enjoy a ferry ride down the Derwent River to MONA – One of the world’s most controversial private collections of modern art and antiquities.
After viewing the panoramic views from the peak we follow some of the freshest drinking water down the mountain to see the oldest brewery in Australia (option of tour or shot tower – at own expense). From here we drive to the Royal Hobart Botanical Gardens before strolling the streets of Salamanca. We wander the waterfront and board a catamaran to the Museum of old and new art.

From $125 to $130

This day trip is a nature lover’s dream. Mt. Field National Park and Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary are the highlights.
We start the day with a scenic drive through the Derwent Valley. Our first stop is at the historic Salmon Ponds to view fish breeding in all stages. We continue on to Mt. Field where Russell falls is the star attraction. It’s a short stroll underneath enormous fern forests and some of the world’s tallest trees. After the calming effects of the tranquil walks we visit a family owned vineyard. Their menu is fresh seasonal and based around ingredients from their fields and biodynamic vegetable garden. After feeding ourselves we head to a wildlife sanctuary to hand feed kangaroos and appreciate Tasmanian devils.

From $350 to $380

Check out Tasmania’s capital city, wild wilderness and discover Tasmania’s ruthless convict history, on this personalised 3 day tour.
Witness Tasmania’s unique culture, diverse products and gifted musicians of the Salamanca Markets, before summiting Mt. Wellington. The drive to Mt. Wellington takes us through temperate rain forests to sub-alpine flora and glacial rock formations. The peak gives panoramic views of greater Hobart. We follow the freshwater down to explore Hobart’s hidden secrets.
Mt. Field National Park and Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary are the highlights of day two.
Discover Tasmania’s convict past on day three with a drive down the Tasman Peninsular to the world heritage-listed Port Arthur Historic site.

From $380 to $390

Explore Tasmania’s most popular mountain, waterfall and cave and visit Tasmanian Devils at a wildlife sanctuary.
We start this 3 day tour by reconnecting with nature and driving through the Huon Valley to explore Hastings Cave and the Tahune Airwalk.
Day two takes us up Mt. Wellington before exploring Hobart’s hidden secrets. We finish the day with a ferry ride down the Derwent river to the Museum of Old and New Art.
The last day we head to Mt. Field where Russell falls is the star attraction. It’s a short stroll underneath enormous fern forests and some of the world’s tallest trees. After the calming effects of the tranquil walks we visit a wildlife sanctuary to hand feed kangaroos and appreciate Tasmanian devils.

From $375 to $395

Discover Tasmania’s apple and convict history and enjoy a ferry cruise to the Museum of Old and New Art.
Day one starts with photographing Australia’s oldest bridge at the picturesque town of Richmond. Then down the peninsula to three bizarre geological rock formations in the Tasman National Park – Devil’s Kitchen, Tasman Arch and the Blow hole. The beauty of the surrounding area contrast the dark history of our main stop at Port Arthur.
Day two takes us on a drive to Australia’s largest tourist cave and winds through quaint little towns with breathtaking views of the Huon River. After the cave expedition we travel to walk amongst the trees at the Tahune Airwalk stopping on the way to taste the wonders of the Valley. On the drive home we stop at the Apple Shed Museum to discover the traditions behind the once thriving orchards of the region and sample local ciders.
Day 3 explores Mt. Wellington, before catching a ferry down the Derwent River to MONA – One of the world’s most controversial private collections of modern art and antiquities.

From $380 to $390

Experience Tasmania’s beauty with breathtaking drives along the Huon Valley, Derwent Valley and Tasman Peninsular.
Day 1 is a nature lover’s dream with Mt. Field National Park and Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary the highlights.
Day 2 is for history buffs, it begins with photographing Australia’s oldest bridge at the picturesque town of Richmond. Then down the peninsula to three bizarre geological rock formations in the Tasman National Park – Devil’s Kitchen, Tasman Arch and the Blow hole. The beauty of the surrounding area contrast the dark history of our main stop at Port Arthur.
Day 3 we drive to Australia’s largest tourist cave and tour through quaint little towns with breathtaking views of the Huon River. After the cave expedition we travel to walk amongst the trees at the Tahune Airwalk stopping on the way to taste the wonders of the Valley. On the drive home we stop at the Apple Shed Museum to discover the traditions behind the once thriving orchards of the region and sample local cider.

From $480 to $490

Experience the Salamanca Markets, Tasmanian culture, wilderness and history on this action packed 4 day tour.
The drive to Mt. Wellington takes us through temperate rain forests to sub-alpine flora and glacial rock formations. The peak gives panoramic views of greater Hobart. We follow the freshwater down to take a tour of the oldest brewery in Australia.
After taking in Tasmanian culture we go to the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery to learn more about its history. We wander along the waterfront to purchase a local lunch to eat in the Royal Hobart Botanical Gardens.
On day two we visit Mt. Field where Russell falls is the star attraction. It’s a short stroll underneath enormous fern forests and some of the world’s tallest trees. We end the day at wildlife sanctuary to hand feed kangaroos and appreciate Tasmanian devils.
Day three takes us down the peninsula to three bizarre geological rock formations in the Tasman National Park . The beauty of the surrounding area contrast the dark history of our main stop at Port Arthur.
On the last day we enjoy a breathtaking drive through the Huon Valley to explore Hastings Cave and the Tahune Airwalk.

From $490 to $500

Tick off Hobart by witnessing Tasmania’s iconic culture, wilderness, history and MONA with this premium package.
Reconnect with nature and enjoy a breathtaking drive through the Huon Valley to explore Hastings Cave and the Tahune Airwalk on day 1 of this 4 day tour.
Day two explores Hobart’s hidden secrets before catching a ferry down the Derwent River to MONA – One of the world’s most controversial private collections of modern art and antiquities.
Day three is a nature lover’s dream. Mt. Field National Park and Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary are the highlights, with short walks underneath enormous fern forests and some of the world’s tallest trees.
Day four we discover Tasmania’s convict past with a drive down the Tasman Peninsular to the world heritage-listed Port Arthur Historic site.

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