Tasman Peninsula Walking Experience

Jaw-dropping views, unforgettable walks and fascinating conversations


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Immerse yourself in one of the most spectacular coastlines in the Southern Hemisphere on this multi-day adventure. Walk on top of Australia’s highest sea cliffs, cruise around dramatic dolomite rock formations rising from the ocean, tread lightly through ancient rainforest, and unravel the gruelling convict history at the World Heritage-listed…



Tour Highlights
Tasman Peninsula

Get the camera ready for this spectacular coastline! Sheer sea cliffs, dolerite columns, sea birds and 360 degree views – this place will stay with you forever.

Port Arthur Historic Site

Discover the fascinating convict history at Port Arthur Historic Site. Be taken on a guided walk and then cruise around the notorious Isle of the Dead.

Pennicott Wilderness Tour

Get up close to seals as they bask on the rocks and watch for dolphins on this three-hour adventure cruise exploring waterfalls, rock formations and deep-sea caves.


Hike the spectacular Cape Raoul with a geologist as he shares his knowledge of the dolerite cape. Expect jaw-dropping views, seabirds and a delicious packed lunch.

An exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of the notorious Port Arthur Historic Site led by an historian who delves into the fascinating convict history. The tour is topped off with a harbour cruise to the notorious Isle of the Dead.

Venture into a unique eucalypt forest with an ecologist. Walk between these beautiful giants as you learn about the significance of the forest in relation to global ecological changes.

Hike to Cape Hauy, part of the world-famous Three Capes Walk with an ecologist. This stunning walk will be etched into your memory forever. The cape juts out into the ocean with 360-degree views. Dolerite columns plunge into the sea. Keep an eye out for brave rock climbers, soaring eagles and even passing whales.

See the coastline from a different perspective on a Pennicott Wilderness boat tour. This unforgettable three-hour cruise travels beneath the high sea cliffs exploring waterfalls, archways, rock formations and deep-sea caves. Get up close to seals as they bask on the rocks, and watch for dolphins.

Sample local wines and have a delicious lunch at Bangor Vineyard Shed.

Stay in the heart of the Tasman Peninsula where you will have a private room and unwind in the relaxed shared spaces.

Enjoy home cooked and prepared meals, one evening meal at a local restaurant and one lunch at a vineyard.

What's also included on every TAT tour:
Passionate and knowledgeable local guide
Comfortable and air-conditioned bus transport
Orientation tour of each and every location
Small groups of maximum 16 people
Experiences to teach you about our history Stay each night in 3–4 star accommodation: a mix of hotels, motels, lodges, and retreats.
What’s also included this tour:
Accommodation for 3 nights
Professional geologist, ecologist and historian to join the tour
3 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 2 dinners, 1 afternoon tea
All National Park fees
Knowledgeable local driver and tour guide
Air-conditioned minivan or small bus
Live commentary onboard