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Small-Group Mt Wellington, Bonorong Wildlife Park and Richmond Tour from Hobart

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    Stop At: Mount Wellington, Pinnacle Road, Hobart, Tasmania Australia

    After pickup from Hobart you will drive to the summit of Mt Wellington where you can enjoy the breathtaking views of greater Hobart and the Tasman Bridge, weather permitting. Should weather preclude the running of the trip up the mountain, you will be given the option to visit the Mt. Nelson Signal Station.

    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, 593 Briggs Rd, Hobart, Tasmania 7030 Australia

    The iconic Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary. Here you can get up front and personal with Tasmanian wildlife, including the Tassie Devil, Forest Kangaroos, Wallabies, Wombats, Koalas and many more. Have a conversation with Fred, the Sulphur-crested cockatoo, who is over 103 years old! We will schedule our arrival time to arrive in time for a 40 minute guided information session by one of the wildlife keepers. A time allowance of 60 minutes has been scheduled for Bonorong, but this may be extended depending on the circumstances on the day.


    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Richmond Gaol, 37 Bathurst St, Richmond, Clarence, Tasmania 7025 Australia

    After departing Hobart, you will travel to Richmond, where you will gain more insight into the early convict days that preceded Port Arthur, with a stroll through the oldest goal in Tasmania. You will also see the oldest convict constructed sandstone bridge still in use in Australia and St. John’s Catholic Church, the oldest Catholic Church in Australia, then you can wander around, and explore on your own, this quaint little hamlet, with its numerous old and heritage listed buildings, arts and craft galleries, antique shops, etc. A visit to the Old Hobart Town model, set out as Hobart was in the 1820s, is well worth while.

    An allowance of 60 minutes has been scheduled for the stop in Richmond. This is enough time to grab a quick snack at the bakery, hotel or café, and explore what Richmond has to offer (on your own). We DO NOT recommend having a sit down meal in a cafe or restaurant, as this will eat up your hour allowance in itself.


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    Reviewed 29 May 2019 via mobile

    Excellent tour. Garret made it worth all the while. Was in Australia for 11 days (Brisbane, Hobart, Sydney and Melbourne). This was by far the very best tour! He might even throw in an extra stop if the group is quick/nice enough!

    Date of experience: May 2019
    Thank PR_Ivanof
    Reviewed 22 March 2019

    Because of this trip I have become enamoured with Tasmania. The driver/guide was very friendly and knowledgeable about Hobart & Mt Wellington. The wildlife park visit was fantastic. I had never before experienced the hand feeding of kangeroo - so memorable.

    Date of experience: February 2019
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    Reviewed 9 December 2018 via mobile

    David was our tour guide and he was extremely knowledgeable of every place he takes us to. He was very engaging and pleasant to talk with. The tour was great. The lookouts were perfect "photo worth-it " places too. The places we've visited were exactly...More

    Thank A7123JGgraceh
    Reviewed 6 November 2018

    What a joke this tour turned out to be The drivers of three coaches didn’t know which coach number they were, there was no identification on the coaches to say coach 1, 2, or three as per the below email. The owner Gareth was trying...More

    Date of experience: November 2018
    Thank Gavin C
    Gareth B, Owner at Tours Around Tasmania, responded to this reviewResponded 15 November 2018

    There was no need for the coach drivers to know whether their coach was designated 1, 2 or 3. The coaches were hired with drivers, so the drivers were not my staff. I could just have easily stipulated that people should indicate to me whether...More

    Reviewed 10 April 2018

    Knowing we had only one day to spend in Hobart (we were on a cruise ship stop) we decided a guided tour would be the best way to get around to see several sights. We were not disappointed by our choice. Our tour guide was...More

    Date of experience: February 2018
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    Response from Gavin C | Reviewed this property |
    We booked thru Viator, and they gave details of pick up location off the wharf , then closer to the time we were advised they were able to pick up ,on the wharf, good tour but the operator was a bit disorganised for us, I’m... More
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    Response from Tallpeople4 | Reviewed this property |
    It has been a while since we did this tour, so I can’t remember exactly how long we spent there, but I do remember feeling like we were not rushed, and I felt like we had plenty of time to fully enjoy the sanctuary. The... More
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