See Tasmania Tours

Adventure and Outdoors Tours

See Tasmania Tours is a locally owned business offering a down to earth way to experience the famous wilderness that Tasmania is known for.
Our personable, small group tours are guided by qualified, eco-adventure certified tour guides. Combining a healthy mix of adventure and gourmet, we want our guests to develop a real connection to Tasmania’s nature, discover its rich cultural history and treat themselves to its world-class regional produce.
Operating from Hobart, we specialise in hiking/trekking/bushwalking tours to iconic locations such as Maria Island, Freycinet, Mt. Field and kunanyi/Mt. Wellington, Tasman National Park: Cape Hauy and Cape Raoul, Hartz Mountains and the wild Walls of Jerusalem World Heritage Area.
Using our experience travelling the world and guiding over the last 10-years, we’re very conscious of not feeling rushed when we visit an area and trying to support locals on the ground and this is something we really strive to achieve.
So if you fancy getting to know what makes this island so special through our eyes, then come for a day out and See Tasmania with us.

Facilities

Service Types

Adventure and Outdoors Tours Cruises, Sailing and Water Tours Cultural and Theme Tours Food and Wine Tours Nature and wildlife Nightlife Tours Sightseeing Tours Sports Tours Walking and Biking Tours Free Wifi

Fitness

Basic Moderate

Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available

Membership

Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Visitor Information Centre

Accreditation

Australian Tourism Accreditation COVID Safe Tour Guiding Association

Services

From $115 to $195

MARIA ISLAND:
Known to the puthikwilayti band of aborigines, wukaluwikiwayna/Maria Island is rich in natural and cultural heritage. People from many nations have visited this island that sits just off the Tasmanian mainland. Frequented by the Aborigines, named by the Dutch, explored by the French, transformed by the English, styled by an Italian and farmed by a South African – the human history is only the surface. For those intrigued by geology, flora and fauna, Maria is a wonderland of discovery with towering mountain peaks, dreamy white beaches, bird-rich forests and ancient, fossil-rich cliffs.
INCLUSIONS:
– Transport to and from Hobart: safe transport in mini-bus/4WD
– Scenic Encounter Maria Island Ferry
– Morning tea/coffee
– 2 Guided short walks: The Painted Cliffs and Fossil Cliffs Walks
– Passionate local guides
– Seasonal local picnic lunch
– Wildlife Spotting: Wombats, Kangaroos, Birdlife
– Darlington World Heritage Convict Site
– Countless photo opportunities
– National Park Fee

Disabled Access

Family Friendly

$115

HOBART BEER:
craft beer is booming, with 30-odd beer producers, the island state is gaining a reputation for quality, locally produced beer. Spend an afternoon exploring the Hobart hide-outs with a local to show you the way.
Visit four venues on this 3-hour walking tour, each with a different take on the scene. A cosy pub, cellar door, micro-brewery and brew-pub. Sample unique beers along the way. Enjoy a good old yarn about Hobart’s history along the way.
The tour has a 1.7km walk between from the city, via midtown and finishing in North Hobart. We limit this tour to 2-6 people to keep and intimate experience.
INCLUSIONS:
Local Guide
Beer Tastings (2x pots, 2x paddles)
History of Hobart

Disabled Access

We can custom design itineraries depending on your interest.
Visit Port Arthur and the Tasman Peninsula, famous for the Three Capes Track. Sample whisky, visit a lavender farm and see fascinating rock formation. Enjoy local fish and chips and learn of convict tales.
Join us for a Day Tour to Bruny Island, or include this in a multi-day visit. A microcosm, Bruny is home to oysters, cheese, berries, honey, beer, cider, wine, whisky, fudge and much more. Join the multi-award-winning Wilderness Cruise or take a walk on one of the many trials. If you want to stay the night, we can arrange that.
Derwent Valley. Berries, Waterfalls, Wilderness and now the Maydena Bike Park. Discover this vibrant valley just 30 minutes from Hobart. Enjoy walks, taste local produce and soak up the history of this lush fruit bowl of Tasmania.
East Coast Tassie! Explore this world-class region over 1,2,3 or more days. Wineglass Bay, Bay of Fires, Maria Island are just the beginning. With vineyards, waterholes, nature parks, seaside villages you won’t go hungry with the best fish and chips.
[email protected] – let us build your Tasmanian holiday, then join us as we explore our island home.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

$70

This tour is perfect for nature lovers who wish to explore more than just a drive to the summit of Hobart’s famous mountain. Let our guides take the hassle out of hiking Mt. Wellington. Experience Tasmanian alpine vegetation as we hike to the pinnacle, via the zig zag trail or under the organ pipes. Visit the lesser known rainforest gullies, rivulets and waterfalls. Our guides are qualified and know the best local trails to share with you. Operates by request – approx. 6km – up to 830m ascent – 3.5-4hrs walking time.

Disabled Access

Family Friendly

$1300

The Walls of Jerusalem National Park is only accessible by foot, this remote untouched wilderness has traditionally only been available to a select few who are willing to undertake a full pack trek.
This is where we differ, supported trekking means you will only carry 7-10kg instead of 14-20kg.

The traverse takes us into the heart of the central walls area where we base camp for two nights. We have the luxury of a lighter weight walking and on day two carrying just a day bag. We can make the most of this spectacular place and get to the mountain peaks a little easier.
See Tasmania’s Walls of Jerusalem Traverse has the heavy lifting taken out.
Support guides to carry all food and with tents set up at our base camp prior to us arriving, we have lighter loads to carry and more time to explore this truly stunning wilderness environment.

Disabled Access

Family Friendly

From $80 to $145

Hike the last day of the award-winning three capes track. Cape Hauy is a dramatic 9km return track with amazing views towards Cape Pillar and Maria Island, plus along the Tasman National Park coastline. Start and finish the hike at the beautiful white sand beach at Fortescue Bay. This track has plenty of steps.
– Enjoy morning tea with hot coffee/tea, fruit and trail snacks, while overlooking the map for the days walk.
– The hike to Cape Hauy is a 9KM return walk. The first section is a great warm-up for the day. The trail work is some of the best in the country, pleasantly placed rock steps, skirting the coastline then winding up in-land.
– Cape Hauy is the last leg of the newly opened Three Capes Track, jutting out into the Tasman Sea, the track concludes on the cliff’s edge.
– Enjoy panoramic views to Cape Pillar, Hippolyte Rock.
– Gaze over the sea stacks known as the “Candlestick” and “Totem Pole”.
– On returning to Fortescue Bay, enjoy an afternoon lunch by the beach.
– Soak your toe in the water, have a swim or walk the beach before we hit the road home.

Disabled Access

Family Friendly

From $80 to $145

Mt Field National Park is one of Tasmania’s most loved national parks. The park has a wide variety of scenic features and wildlife and offers a great range of facilities for day visitors. Few other national parks in Australia offer such a diversity in vegetation, ranging from tall swamp gum forests and massive tree ferns at the base of the mountain, through rainforest along the Lake Dobson Road, to alpine vegetation at the higher elevations.
Hike 10-12km, visiting Russell Falls, Tall Trees, Lake Dobson and the Tarn Shelf.
Lunch in the mountains, incredible natural appeal.

Disabled Access

Family Friendly

From $80 to $145

Stand 250m above the ocean high up on Cape Raoul. The 14km return trail takes in some of Australia’s best coastal scenery. View one of the worlds best surf spots: Shipstern Bluff and view beyond to Bruny Island, Tasman Island and Mt. Wellington. Enjoy a picnic out on the trail and morning tea by the water before the walk. One of Tasmania’s 60 great short walks.
– Scenic drive to the stunning Tasman Peninsula.
– Enjoy morning tea with hot coffee or tea, fruit and trail snacks, while overlooking the map for the days walk.
– The hike to Cape Raoul is a 14KM return trail. The trail work is some of the best in the Tassie. The first viewpoint overlooks the cape and the famous Shipstern Bluff big-wave surf spot.
– Cape Raoul is the missing cape of the newly opened Three Capes Track, jutting out into the Tasman Sea, the track concludes on the cliff’s edge, high above the ocean.
– Enjoy panoramic views to Cape Pillar, Tasman Island and Bruny Island, even kunanyi/Mt. Wellington.
– Enjoy a nice picnic lunch along the track before returning via the same trail.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

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