Open Hours: Daily; phone ahead or call into the Hobart Visitor Information Centre for a detailed timetable.
Cadbury Cruise is a four-hour cruise favorite amongst visitors and chocolate lovers. The boat trip itself is enjoyable, ... More
Cadbury Cruise is a four-hour cruise favorite amongst visitors and chocolate lovers. The boat trip itself is enjoyable, passing under the Tasman Bridge and up the picturesque Derwent River to the chocolate factory . The guided walking tour has some stairs, but is otherwise quite easy and suitable for children. There are many opportunities to sample the mouth-watering chocolate as it is freshly made. The factory shop is well stocked with items at reduced prices.
Once you get over the attire and prepping to enter the factory (not that bad honest) the tour is informative and visually pleasing particularly for chocolate lovers. If you have the chance you must experience it. The tour ends with a trip through the discount shop so you can stock up on all the favourites. Just a tip the shop is only open to tour participants and not the general public and you MUST book or you could miss out.
Splash the day away, irrespective of the weather, in the balmy indoor environs of the Tattersalls Hobart Aquatic Centre. Small
children will love the whale slide and the water jets, which will keep them amused for hours. The Center ...
The Hobart Waterfront is coming back to life. Former warehouses and factories are now art and craft outlets, galleries and
restaurants. Brooke Street Pier and Victoria Docks, once home to trading ketches, whaling boats, tuna fleets and liners now ...
Bounty Cruises takes you on a journey through time! However, while the gloriously masted ship recreates the age old romance
and sheer fun of tall ship sailing, it also offers the very best of 20th century dining and refreshment. ...