The world’s highest abseil is a bucket list day trip out of Hobart, where you’ll dangle off a dam wall 140 metres high, one that holds back 30 times the amount of water found in Sydney Harbour.
This active adventure traverses all the must‐see highlights of Tasmania’s spectacular East Coast, including Bicheno, Freycinet National Park and Maria Island.
A 40-minute hike into Cradle Mountain National Park deposits bucket listers inside a pristine canyon, where we are guided through a series of thrilling waterfall jumps and rock chutes in a natural waterpark we’ll never forget.
Take in the stellar views of Hobart from Mount Wellington before hopping on your bike for a thrilling, 21-kilometre ride back to the city, racing along winding road, through sub-alpine terrain and past the city’s historical highlights.
The World Whiskies Awards proclaimed Hobart’s Sullivans Cove as Producer of the World’s Best Single Malt in 2014. The distillery makes just twenty thousand bottles a year, and you can sample the finest dram on a daily whisky tour.
Scenic Port Arthur has a notorious history as a brutal penal settlement, a place built to grind men honest. Learn about this and more on a spooky ghost tour by lantern light. You won’t want to stray too far from the group.