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4.7 based on 10 reviews
We had a wonderful day. Our tour guide was absolutely amazing. He was very knowledgeable and narrated the history of the places we went and that made it even more interesting. Unfortunately the lavender farm was closed due to restoration though the shops and cafe was open. Apart from that we had wonderful time at Port Arthur, did a 30 minute cruise, went to Richmond and few other places. We'd highly recommend. We had a memorable experience.
Our tour guide was very friendly and knowledgeable. We found the mini bus very uncomfortable as we were in the single seats and I nearly fell off the seat every time we went around a corner! I was also disappointed that we were encouraged not to visit the lavender farm and we didn’t find out until the end of the day that we wouldn’t be going to the chocolate factory, no explanation given. Apart from that everything was great, lots of stops to take photos, get coffee etc and our guide went out of his way to drop us back right outside our hotel
The guide was very informative. Port Arthur was fascinating and lots to see. I enjoyed the relaxing feel at the lavender farm. We went to Richmond a historic town. The bus was full and not very comfortable and many hours spent in it hence the four stars.
Make sure you go with Nick - a fantastic tour guide who is very friendly, fun, and knowledgeable about virtually any topic (local history, politics, animals, birds, scenery, etc). Fantastic tour with many surprises - the bush walk from Devil’s Kitchen to Tasman Arch was a nice surprise with breathtaking views. Lavender white chocolate ice cream was incredible, and seeing Port Arthur was well worth it, particularly if you just want the highlights rather than spending a day there.
Booked this tour as it was one of the few ways to see a Tasmanian lavender farm without a car, but it ended up being so much more than just lavender. Port Arthur was good, but our favorite place was the Devil’s Kitchen and Tasman Arch bush walk, which was an easy walk but worthwhile with such fantastic views, animal sightings, and almost nobody else there. The highlight of the day though was definitely tour guide Nick - did three day trips while in Tasmania but Nick was the best guide by far, getting to know everyone on the tour and explaining everything in a friendly, fun manner. Very knowledgeable about Hobart, convict history, other history, animals, birds, scenery, and local politics - he was able to answer any question. Highly recommend doing this tour with Nick!
The day is packed with lots of different activities and lookouts, it was amazingly well organised, such that you never feel the rush amid the activities. The tour followed the itenary which was great and filled with fun, plus a few stops at local cafes and lookouts. Our tour guide Beth (sorry if I spelled your name wrongly) was very vibrant and knowledgeable. I enjoyed her stories and histories, etc, such that the long drives never seemed dull. I was really impressed by her organisation, letting everything go smoothly and on time. Although, I would certainly come back for Port Arthur, the 3 hrs at the site was too short for me. The lavender farm was not particularly interesting. There were only a bit on lavender for display at the site, so you don't really get see the real farm. Despite that, tha cafe could be a good stop for lunch, and the shop was nice, offering a range of products made using lavendar
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