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Small Group Shore Excursion from Port Arthur exploring the Tasman Peninsula

Small Group Shore Excursion from Port Arthur exploring the Tasman Peninsula - Port Arthur, Australia
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Port Arthur, Australia

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$80.27

Enjoy this 3 to 4 hour, small-group excursion from Port Arthur, taking a circular route around the southern part of the Tasman Peninsula. Highlights include Maingon Bay lookout, the Remarkable Cave, the Coal Mine Historic Site, Eaglehawk Neck, the Tasman Arch, the Devil's Kitchen, Doo Town the Tasman Blowhole and the Tasmanian Devil Unzoo, the latter being optional, at own expense ... More info ›

Enjoy this 3 to 4 hour, small-group excursion from Port Arthur, taking a circular route around the southern part of the Tasman Peninsula. Highlights include Maingon Bay lookout, the Remarkable Cave, the Coal Mine Historic Site, Eaglehawk Neck, the Tasman Arch, the Devil's Kitchen, Doo Town the Tasman Blowhole and the Tasmanian Devil Unzoo, the latter being optional, at own expense. This excursion is run for cruise ship passengers, who do not wish to spend the whole day at Port Arthur. There may also be an opportunity (Cruise Ship departure times and weather permitting) to experience a 15-minute scenic helicopter flight over Port Arthur Penitentiary and surrounding countryside (own expense).

From the Port Arthur Visitor Centre, take a short drive to Maingon Point, where you can climb up and down 200 steps to see the natural wonder of the Remarkable Cave and view its layers of dolerite and sandstone, which form most of Tasmania's geology.

Than, continue along the circular route toward Saltwater River and visit the ruins of the oldest coal mine in Tasmania. You could spend hours walking among the ruins of this very interesting historic site.

From here, the excursion takes the route through Doo Town, with its quaint and humorous house names, where you can view the Tasman Blowhole, the Devil's Kitchen, and the Tasman Arch. On the return to Port Arthur, a stop at the Tasmanian Devil Unzoo (own expense) to safely view these animals in a natural habitat. If you are lucky, you could be there at feeding time.

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15-Minute Sea Cliffs and Convicts Helicopter Flight from Port Arthur

15-Minute Sea Cliffs and Convicts Helicopter Flight from Port Arthur - Port Arthur, Australia

Duration: 15 minutes
Location: Port Arthur, Australia

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$116.39

The Tasman Peninsula is home to some of the highest sea cliffs in the world, rugged coast line and the infamous Port Arthur Historic Site. A 15-minute scenic helicopter flight of the region will take in the sites of Cape Hauy, Fortescue Bay and sections of the newly completed Three Capes Track ... More info ›

The Tasman Peninsula is home to some of the highest sea cliffs in the world, rugged coast line and the infamous Port Arthur Historic Site. A 15-minute scenic helicopter flight of the region will take in the sites of Cape Hauy, Fortescue Bay and sections of the newly completed Three Capes Track. This flight will tick off the major sights in value packed time.

Arriving at the Port Arthur Heli Base overlooking the lavender farm and out to the ocean, you will be greeted by ground staff who will run through a short safety briefing and overview of the flight path. You will board the helicopter and be introduced to your pilot who will get you up in the air in no time. 

The loop will first take you to the North of the lavender farm with views opening up all around as the helicopter climbs. To the North will be views of EagleHawk Neck while to the South will be the Port Arthur township and further, Cape Pillar and Raoul. The crystal clear waters of Fortescue Bay will be the first major major sight which marks the end point of the Three Capes Track and home to a popular campsite and swimming beach for the 'cold-water immune' Tasmanian. Following the coast around you arrive at Cape Hauy - one of the 'Three Capes'. If lucky we will see fearless rock climbers tackling the 'Candlestick' or kayaks passing through the narrow gaps between pillars.

Heading back towards the East, cross the Tasman National Park and arrive out the other side with a spectacular view of the Port Arthur Historic Site, Point Puer and the Tasman golf course. A loop from a distance will ensure everyone gets a good shot.

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30-Minute Two Capes and Tasman Helicopter Flight from Port Arthur

30-Minute Two Capes and Tasman Helicopter Flight from Port Arthur - Port Arthur, Australia

Duration: 30 minutes
Location: Port Arthur, Australia

From USD
$228.77

At the Southern end of Cape Pillar sits Tasman Island, a natural fortress of 300-metre sea cliffs and home to the historic light house that stands proud to this day. Take in the spectacular coastal scenery by soaring above this icon, the notorious surfing landmark of Shipstern Bluff and the Port Arthur Historic site on a 30-minute scenic helicopter flight.

Arriving at the Port Arthur Heli Base overlooking the lavender farm and out to the ocean, you will be greeted by ground staff who will run through a short safety briefing and overview of the flight path ... More info ›

At the Southern end of Cape Pillar sits Tasman Island, a natural fortress of 300-metre sea cliffs and home to the historic light house that stands proud to this day. Take in the spectacular coastal scenery by soaring above this icon, the notorious surfing landmark of Shipstern Bluff and the Port Arthur Historic site on a 30-minute scenic helicopter flight.

Arriving at the Port Arthur Heli Base overlooking the lavender farm and out to the ocean, you will be greeted by ground staff who will run through a short safety briefing and overview of the flight path. You will board the helicopter and be introduced to your pilot who will get you up in the air in no time. 

The first treat is a pass of the Port Arthur Historic site, Point Puer and the Tasman golf course with a loop from a distance to ensure everyone on board has a good view. Continue South following the sea cliffs of Cape Pillar, the nose of the helicopter pointing towards Tasman Island. Crossing over end of the cape you may catch walkers on the Three Capes Track waving as we pass above. Tasman Island comes into view as the pilot make some passes from a distance to get that perfect shot of the mighty sea cliffs and lighthouse atop. 

Heading West from this point continue over the top of one of the Tasman Peninsulas hidden gems, Crescent Bay. Home to beautiful sand, crystal clear water and sand dunes, be sure to ask the pilot how to get in there after your flight! Pass by Remarkable Cave as the flight turns South West towards Cape Raoul and Shipstern Bluff. Keep your eyes peeled for brave surfers trying to catch the famous 'double wave' that forms off the bluff. 

The return towards Port Arthur will take you over farmland and right near McHenrys Distillery. On good clear days you will be able to see Mt Wellington and Bruny Island off in the distance to the West.

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