Wildside Tours Tasmania offer premium, day and evening tours from Hobart that showcase the unique wilderness, wildlife and Aboriginal cultural heritage values of Tasmania. They are also are the ‘Preferred Tour Guide’ for the Raptor Refuge at Kettering. Also offering custom day and overnight wilderness walks experiences. Find yourself on the Wildside!
Aboriginal Culture Adventure and Outdoors Tours Basic Cultural and Theme Tours Customised Evening Family Friendly Full Day Half Day or Less Moderate Nature & Wildlife Nature and wildlife Public Toilet Sightseeing Tours Walking and Biking Tours
From $115 to $190
Wildside Tours Tasmania is proud to support the Raptor and Wildlife Refuge near Kettering in southern Tasmania. The privately owned facility includes flight aviaries for large raptors such as Wedge-tailed and Sea Eagles, a flight tunnel, purpose built owl aviary and newly constructed Education Centre.
The Raptor and Wildlife Refuge is not a wildlife park or zoo. It is a working animal refuge committed to securing the future of Tasmania’s raptors by reducing human impacts through rehabilitating injured, sick or orphaned raptors, educating the public and supporting habitat conservation.
A tour of the Refuge is an inspirational and educational experience. You will have the opportunity to see resident and recuperating Tasmanian raptors; Wedge-tailed Eagles, Hawks, Owls, Falcons and others. Your visit with Wildside Tours Tasmania will support the ongoing work of The Raptor and Wildlife Refuge!
Fantastic two hour evening tour to the top of kunanyi (Mt Wellington) to see Hobart from an elevation of 1271 metres.
Highlights: stand on kunanyi (Mt Wellington), see stunning city views, chance to see native nocturnal wildlife, Tasmanian made snacks and mineral water.
Duration: two hours.
Distance: approximately 30 minutes from Hobart.
Availability: this tour runs throughout the year.
From $125 to $290
Visit Paredarerme Country with Indigenous Tasmanian Custodian and Cultural Guide, Jude MacDonald.
You will find and taste traditional bush foods, respectfully visit Aboriginal middens, see Tasmanian Aboriginal stone artefacts, learn about native grasses for basket making, discover stories in the land and learn the cultural importance of Country.
Tasmania’s Aboriginal cultural heritage provides a spiritual connection for Tasmanian Aboriginal people today and an opportunity for all people to connect respectfully with one of the oldest living cultures in the world.