Hobart Cruise including Iron Pot Lighthouse - 1 Day

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Travel aboard one of our brand new vessels in a small group of up to 12 passengers. The spacious enclosed cabin contains comfortable leather seats. Large awning windows provide a great view and allow you to immerse yourself in the surroundings.

Cruising down the Derwent River you’ll pass historic Battery Point, now one of Tasmania’s premium residential addresses. You’ll see well-known landmarks like the iconic Wrest Point Casino and the Shot Tower. Further south, you’ll truly appreciate the scale of Mount Wellington as it towers over the city.

Arrive at the Iron Pot, Australia’s oldest lighthouse, and be immersed in the fascinating history as your guide shares stories of Hobart’s early settlement.

Cruising into Storm Bay, we reach Betsey Island. This uninhabited island is home to a variety of seabirds, including gulls, cormorants and the majestic white bellied sea eagle.

As we circumnavigate Betsey Island, Hope Beach comes into view. This isolated beach is known for its large breaks and offshore winds. We cruise close in to the shore and feel the swell surging straight from the Southern Ocean; these conditions make this a favourite spot with local surfers.

After 2½ hours on the water you’ll return to Hobart refreshed, with a newfound appreciation
for this beautiful harbour city.

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  • Cruise
  • Local guide
  • Entry/Admission


  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Food and drinks
  • Travel Insurance
  • Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
  • Cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience for a complete refund.
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Trip Facts

  • Pennicott Wilderness Journeys
  • Pennicott Wilderness Journeys, Dock Head Building, Franklin Wharf, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia
  • Not available
  • 2h 30m
  • Up to 12 travelers
  • Returns to original departure point