The multi award winning Bruny Island Cruises will take you past towering sea cliffs and deep caves where you will see hundreds of seals, pods of dolphin, migrating whales albatross and other sea birds.
Take in the breathtaking views of the Tahune Forest Reserve and the Huon River as you enjoy a leisurely stroll along the 597m elevated walkway through the tree canopy.
Only a few minutes away is the Kingston Beach Golf Club an 18 hole Metropolitan Championship Course considered to be one of the finest in Tasmania. Also nearby in Kingston, is the Kingborough Sports Centre.
Along the Huon Trail tourist route are several boutique vineyards and wineries, mostly family owned and operated which grow classic cool climate grape varieties producing quality wines like those found at Home Hill Winery, Hartzview Wine Centre and Panorama Vineyard.
Enjoy safe swimming and easy strolls along Kingston Beach and to local cafes and restaurants, or take the more active Alums Cliffs coastal walk starting at the mouth of Browns River some half a kilometre away.
Hobart, nestled below iconic Mt Wellington has a vibrant waterfront and is still a working port. Its character is greatly enhanced by the retention of historical buildings which are one of its main attractions.
- The new, internationally acclaimed Museum of Old and New Art (MONA). Visit their website
- Salamanca wharf area including Australia's best outdoor market every Saturday.
- Historic Battery Point 'tour or walk' .
- Harbour Cruises.
- Great pubs and first class restaurants.
- Extensive shopping in the Hobart CBD.