Tasman Peninsula and Port Arthur Historic Site

The Tasman Peninsula is located in southeast Tasmania just over an hour’s drive from the capital Hobart. The Tasman Peninsula is easily accessible by the Arthur Highway, a winding 70 kilometre drive through beautiful countryside and bushland. The most popular attraction on the Tasman Peninsula is the Port Arthur Historic Site, which is often on the bucket list for travellers to Tasmania. Whether visiting Port Arthur or not, exploring the Tasman Peninsula is a must-do, as the natural beauty of this region will really leave an impression on you.

Osborne Helitours: Port Arthur and the Tasman Peninsula, Tasmania, AustraliaThe Tasman Peninsula is a piece of land in the southeast of Tasmania that is surrounded by beautiful bays and ocean. The Peninsula has Storm Bay in the west and south, the Tasman Sea out to the east and Norfolk Bay and Frederick Henry Bay to the north and northwest.

The Peninsula is connected by a small isthmus named Eaglehawk Neck. This isthmus made the Tasman Peninsula a perfect location to host Port Arthur, the penal settlement that housed Australia’s first convicts. In reality, Tasman Peninsula was the perfect natural prison.

In modern times, the Peninsula has become a favourite with Tasmanian bushwalkers, campers and day-trippers due to its spectacular natural beauty and views that will take your breath away. There is also plenty for history buffs, adventurers, families and animal lovers. The Tasman Peninsula is a playground just outside Hobart that everyone will love.

It has to be argued that the highlight of the Tasman Peninsula is the extraordinary rugged coastline. Most visitors to Tasmania would agree that the state has an oversupply of spectacular coastline, but it could be argued that the Tasman Peninsula has some of the best.

Seafood and Scenery Cruise

The authentic Tasmanian seafood tour! Departing from Hobart on our half-day Deep-to-Dish: Tasmanian Seafood Cruise will see you will feast on the freshest seafood straight from the ocean! Cruise in style and comfort aboard our premier power catamaran along some of the most untouched and idyllic waterways in the world.

Join us on this half-day culinary and sightseeing tour down to Bull Bay on Tasmania’s Bruny Island. Come face to face with towering sea cliffs, and sandy beaches only accessible by boat and spot sea life such as dolphins, whales, seals and sea birds whilst sampling the freshest wild seafood caught and cooked on board our luxury vessel.

Start the day with a seasonal fruit platter including Tasmanian cheeses and indulge in a selection of premium local wine, sparkling and beer. Throughout the day our skilled diver will harvest live periwinkles and sea urchins and will expertly prepare these for you on board. You will also feast on live Tasmanian abalone, live Tasmanian rock lobster, oysters, urchins, mussels periwinkles and whole Atlantic Salmon.

This Tasmanian seafood tour is suitable for seafood lovers who want to experience the bountiful fresh seafood Tasmania has on offer, which has made Tasmania a mandatory stop on any gastronome’s grand tour!


Freshest Tasmanian Seafood and Premium Beverages

Tasmanian Seafood Experience our chef will prepare the freshest Tasmanian from our interactive cook station! Indulge in an all-inclusive seafood feast – Tasmanian abalone, live Tasmanian rock lobster, oysters, sea urchins periwinkles, whole Atlantic salmon & mussels. We provide a range of premium Tasmanian wine, beer, sparkling, juice, tea and coffee.



Experience Southern Tasmania’s idyllic scenery. Come face to face with the towering Alum sea cliffs and secret sandy beaches only accessible by boat. Spot an abundance of Tasmanian sea life such as dolphins, whales, seals and sea birds.

Quiclsliver Great Barrier Reef Tour

Discover the colourful underwater world of the UNESCO-listed Great Barrier Reef on this full-day catamaran cruise to the Agincourt Reef. Accompanied by a marine biologist, you’ll learn all about the reef’s unique ecosystem and a mind-boggling variety of marine life, and tuck into a delicious buffet lunch (included) on board. Want to get closer? Choose from guided snorkelling, scuba diving or Ocean Walker Helmet diving tour, or admire the magnificent corals on a semi-submersible submarine (extra costs apply).


Tour Highlights

  • Full-day cruise to Agincourt Reef on the outer edge of the Great Barrier Reef from Port Douglas.
  • Swim and snorkel from a submerged platform with instructors on hand to help.
  • Underwater Observatory for coral and fish viewing.
  • Fish feeding which conducted from the snorkelling platform.
  • Tropical buffet lunch.
  • Reef presentations by a qualified marine biologist.
  • Optional guided snorkelling tours, scuba diving and Ocean Walker helmet diving.
  • Cruise on a large, twin-hulled, wave-piercing catamaran for a smooth ride accommodating up to 400 passengers.


Cruise Fare

  • Adult $284/person
  • Child $147/person


Coach Transfers

Port Douglas

  • Adult $20/person
  • Child $10/person

Cairns and Northern Beaches

  • Adult $35/person
  • Child $20/person

Sunlover Great Barrier Reef Experience

Enjoy the natural delights of the Great Barrier Reef on an activity cruise from Cairns that gives you several ways to experience this renowned underwater world. After travelling by catamaran to a pontoon moored on the reef, you can observe marine life on a glass-bottom boat or semi-submersible vessel; go snorkelling to spot sea turtles; get your hands wet in the touch pool; upgrade to include a Seawalker Helmet dive, or upgrade to include an introductory or certified scuba dive. A buffet lunch is included, and the pontoon is equipped with showers. Full-day Great Barrier Reef cruise See the underwater sights without getting wet from a glass-bottom or semi-submersible vessel Enjoy a buffet lunch

Tour Highlights

  • Full-day Great Barrier Reef cruise
  • See the underwater sights without getting wet from a glass-bottom or semi-submersible vessel
  • Enjoy a buffet lunch


Departure time and location

09:30 AM [Cairns Marina] 1 Spence Street, Cairns, QLD 4870

Kangaroo Island Experience

See the highlights of South Australia’s premier nature-based tourism destination, Kangaroo Island. From Remarkable Rocks to playful fur seals, SeaLink guides will take you to Kangaroo Island’s natural highlights.


Tour Highlights

1. Seal Bay Conservation Park (beach walk amongst the Australian sea lions)
Seal Bay is the home of the Australian sea lion and the third largest breeding colony in Australia. You will have the opportunity to see these creatures close-up, swimming in the surf or basking in the sand. Seal Bay is a conservation park and you will be taken down onto the beach by a Parks Interpretative Officer. Take your camera with you, as this is a unique opportunity to walk on the beach with these animals.

2. Vivonne Bay Bistro (lunch)
Enjoy a delicious two-course lunch (main and dessert) at Vivonne Bay Bistro, located on the south coast of Kangaroo Island.

3. Flinders Chase National Park
Spend the afternoon in the Flinders Chase National Park, which was devastated by the worst fire to ever hit the island in January 2020. You’ll see that the regeneration of the native bush occurs so quickly after the event and there will be many opportunities to take photos. As you travel through the park, keep an eye out for echidnas, wallabies, reptiles, and koalas.

4. Remarkable Rocks
Remarkable Rocks are a cluster of granite boulders, sculpted by the weather and perched on a granite dome rising steeply from the ocean. You can take a walk around these huge rocks that have been carved into many different weird and wonderful shapes by the wind and the ocean spray over many centuries. Please be very careful and do not go beyond the ‘Danger’ signs. Winds can be very strong and the rocks are slippery when wet.

5. Admirals Arch
A steep, but short walk from Cape du Couedic lighthouse is a spectacular natural Arch formed by erosion from the pounding sea. This area is the breeding ground of a colony of Long-nosed Fur Seals. You will see them frolicking in the water and on the rocks under the Arch. Please take care when walking down to the Arch as the winds can be very strong and the path slippery. Please do
not leave the pathway.

6. Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park (guided tour to see kangaroos and koalas)
The Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park is located in the heartland of Kangaroo Island. Here you will be taken on a short guided tour to walk amongst kangaroos and wallabies where you’ll have the opportunity to hand feed them. You’ll also get up close to the Kangaroo Island koalas while listening to the keeper talk about the cuddly mammals. There is a photo opportunity to hold a koala for an additional cost.

Puffing Billy Steam Train & Phillip Island

The very best of day trips from Melbourne. Ride on a century-old train through the forest and visit Phillip Island for spectacular views of landscapes, as well as the locals (the seal population). End a memorable day by watching penguins waddle to shore on the Penguin Parade.


Tour Highlights

  • A memorable journey on the century-old steam train, Puffing Billy through Sherbrooke Forest, situated in the heart of the Dandenong Ranges.
  • Explore Phillip Island’s scenic coastline at The Nobbies Boardwalk.
  • Watch the little penguins waddle up the shore to their nests at the magical Penguin Parade.
  • Spot other local wildlife like Australian fur seals on the beautiful coastline of Phillip Island.


Pickup times and locations

  • 08:15 AM [Melbourne City] 30 Russell Street (Opposite Culture Kings)
  • 08:45 AM [Box Hill] 913 Whitehorse Road (Outside Discount Warehouse)

Great Ocean Road Tour

This Great Ocean Road Tour is a guided scenic drive along Australia’s most spectacular coastline with jaw-dropping ocean views and ancient rainforests. The tour includes a visit to the iconic rock formations known as the 12 Apostles. Explore the stunning Loch Ard Gorge and marvel at the views from all the best lookouts within the Port Campbell National Park. Wander through seaside towns such as Apollo Bay as well as have time to explore other beautiful beaches and walks.


Tour Highlights

  • Historic Great Ocean Road Memorial Arch
  • Surf Coast beaches, seaside towns and stunning coastal views
  • Spot Koalas in the trees above the Great Ocean Road
  • Enjoy Lunch in the Seaside town of Apollo Bay
  • Loch Ard Gorge and the Shipwreck Coast Port Campbell National Park
  • The world-famous Twelve Apostles Port Campbell National Park


Pickup times and locations

  • 08:00 AM [Box Hill] 913 Whitehorse Road (Outside Discount Warehouse)
  • 08:30 AM [Melbourne City] 30 Russell Street (Opposite Culture Kings)

Great Ocean Road Sunset Tour

Experience the Great Ocean Road without the crowds on a full-day tour from Melbourne that starts later than most day trips. This means that you will arrive at the 12 Apostles at sunset when most day visitors have already departed. Along the way, look for wild koalas, and stop at top destinations including Apollo Bay, Gibsons Beach, Port Campbell National Park, and Loch Ard Gorge.


Tour Highlights

  • Historic Great Ocean Road Memorial Arch
  • Surf Coast beaches, seaside towns and stunning coastal views
  • Koala and wildlife spotting
  • The world-famous Twelve Apostles
  • Loch Ard Gorge and the Shipwreck Coast


Pickup times and locations


  • 09:00 AM [Box Hill] 913 Whitehorse Road (Outside Discount Warehouse)
  • 09:30 AM [Melbourne City] 30 Russell Street (Opposite Culture Kings)


  • 11:00 AM [Box Hill] 913 Whitehorse Road (Outside Discount Warehouse)
  • 11:30 AM [Melbourne City] 30 Russell Street (Opposite Culture Kings)

Atherton Tablelands & Paronella Park

Explore the wild landscapes of the Atherton Tablelands on this full-day tour from Cairns. Tour the magnificent Paronella Park. Along the way, see natural wonders like Lake Barrine, Curtain Fig Tree, and Millaa Millaa Falls.


Tour Highlights

  • Full-day tour of the Atherton Tablelands from Cairns.
  • Admire the castle and waterfall of Paronella Park on a guided tour.
  • Great-value tour includes hotel pick-up, entrance fees and round-trip transport from Cairns

Kuranda Rainforest & Skyrail Cableway

Step on board the 6-person gondola at the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway, with time to stop at Barron Falls and Red Peak Station en route. Explore the Kuranda Rainforest — a UNESCO World Heritage site — on a full-day tour from Cairns. Visit the Rainforestation Nature Park and see the wildlife during a tour in an amphibious Army Duck vehicle. You’ll also have the chance to explore Kuranda Village, including markets and stalls filled with clothing, handmade jewellery and gifts.

Tour Highlights

  • Army Duck Rainforest Tour
  • Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience
  • Kuranda Village
  • Skyrail Rainforest Cableway
  • Return coach transfers from Accommodation