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Tasmania Tours Over 50's

We regularly run fantastic Tasmania Tours for people over 50 years of age. We provide safe transport and safe, eco-friendly tours for all ages above 18. We have regular stops not only to capture, photograph and enjoy the many unique parts of Tasmania but for refreshments, tea, biscuits and bathroom breaks. Our guides are accredited tour guides and operators and have an extensive knowledge of Tasmania's history, native wildlife and flora. From learning about Port Arthur and it's convict history (Australia's settlement) you will also enjoy breathtaking scenery, pristine beaches, novel tourist attraction, the highlands, lakes, waterfalls, penguins, birds, Tasmanian Devil and much more with complete guidance and safety. All of our local tasmanian tours are guided tours. We visit known world heritage listed sites. Park and Entry fees are paid along with accommodation and lodgings. You can read our FAQ's and view our photo gallery or video page to get a preview of what to expect on one of our great Tasmania tours. Our Vehicles are safe, reliable and small enough to visit places large bus companies simply can't get to. Our two owner/operators are Robert Wilson & Morgan Wilson who present interesting facts over microphone intermittently while traveling Tasmania and are experts on all things Tasmania.

 Some of the many attractions we tour to weekly:

- Cradle Mountain & Dove Lake 

- Port Arthur ( World Heritage Site)

- Cataract Gorge

- Bay of Fires (Binalong Bay)

- Bruny Island Tour and Wilderness Cruise 

- Gordon River

- Marakoopa Caves 

- Tahune Airwalk experience

- MONA - Museum of Old and New Art

- Cascade Brewery

- Richmond Bridge

- Coal Valley Vineyard

- Tasman Peninsula & Tasman National Park

- Pirates Bay, Tasman’s Arch, the Devils Kitchen

- Eaglehawk Neck

-  Federation Chocolate factory

- Spikey Bridge, Spikey Beach 

Cape Tourville Lighthouse

- Bicheno

- Oyster Farm

- Award-winning East Coast Nature World wildlife park

- Legerwood Memorial Trees

- Launceston around the beautiful Tamar River

- Beaconsfield Gold Mine & Heritage Centre

- Tamar River

- Low Head Historic Lighthouse site 

- Launceston

- Melita Honey Farm 

- R. Stephens Honey factory in Mole Creek

- World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain National Park.

- Pencil Pine waterfall.

- Waldheim Chalet

- Strahan

- Gordon River World Heritage Site

- Queenstown

- West Coast Wilderness Railway

- Iron Blow lookout

- Horsetail Falls 

- Nelson Falls

- The Wall in the Wilderness 

- Tarraleah / Hydro Electric

- Strathgordon

- Lake Gordon

- Lake Pedder  




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