Barilla Oyster & Abalone Tour 巴麗拉生蠔及鮑魚觀賞團                                     Admission

1hr Oyster Farm, Gillespies Ginger Beer and Candy Abalone tour you will learn all about the oyster from spat to table (you will also learn what spat is!).  After having an oyster shucked for you, we move on to washing it down with some Gillespies Ginger Beer.  Gillespies brew all of their Ginger Beer here at Barilla Bay and you will get to try their whole range.  Last but certainly not least is Candy Abalone; this premium dried abalone is processed on site here at Barilla.  You will learn about the divers and the methods to drying- not to mention the wall of abalone to take photos of!

Seafood Seduction                                                                                                     Admission

Tasmanian Seafood Seduction is a brand new gourmet full-day cruise featuring the freshest Tasmanian seafood - abalone, crayfish, oysters, sea urchin, salmon, mussels accompanied by artisan cheese, salad and local wine, beer, cider and juices. The cruise will sail down the Derwent River and into the sheltered waters of the D'Entrecasteaux Channel that surround Bruny Island. Up to 12 guests can be accommodated in each tour.

Freycinet Marine Farm 菲欣納海洋養殖場                                                             Admission

The Freycinet Marine Farm sales room located near Coles Bay on Tasmania's east coast which takes two-and-a-half hour drive form Hobart and two hours from Launceston - part of the very popular Great Eastern Drive. The sales room is open every day from 0900 until 1700, offering freshly harvested mussels, oysters and local Tasmanian Rock lobster, abalone, scallops, urchin and salmon all from Tasmanian's waters.

Gordon River Cruise 戈登河游船                                                                              Admission

Start cruising  from Strahan to the Gordon River, then pass by natural landmarks such as Hells Gates, which marks the entrance to Macquarie Harbour from the Southern Ocean, and explore a former penal colony on Sarah Island as you journey through the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.

Bruny Island Cruise 布鲁尼岛遊覽船                                                                       Admission

This 3 Hour Wilderness Cruise explore the rugged coastline of Bruny Island in southern Tasmania.  The custom-built yellow boats are ideal for viewing the spectacular coastline and wildlife of Bruny Island. Each vessel holds a maximum of 43 guests, covered open-air tiered seating to allow an excellent all-round view and connection with the environment.

Tahune Forest Airwalk  塔胡恩空中走道                                                                 Admission

Tahune Airwalk is located approximately 70 kilometres (43 mi) south of Tasmania's capital city Hobart. The treetop walk overlooks the Huon and Picton Rivers joining in the far distance. In this site it offers three walks onsite plus the Cable Eagle Hang Gliding. The footbridge is a level steel structure with a steel walkway that is suspended over the treetops, as high as 50 metres (160 ft) in places. The footbridge is 620 metres (2,030 ft) long, with 1.6 kilometres (0.99 mi) of access paths to the bridge and 112 steps to climb to the peak. 

Curringa Farm 確倫嘉農莊                                                                                        Admission

Curringa Farm is a fun attraction that gives visitors a taste of life on a working sheep farm together with sheep shearing, working farm dogs,  fluffy chickens, farm tour, forest walk and yummy morning tea.

Mona Moorilla Estate 夢娜穆里拉酒莊                                                                   Admission

Moorilla Estate was the second winery to be established in Tasmania in the 20th century. It was the most important winery in the state,  not in size but as the icon. It situated on a mini-isthmus reaching into the Derwent River.  The production is around 90 tonnes per year, sourced entirely from the vineyards around Moorilla and its St Matthias Vineyard (Tamar Valley)

Port Arthur Historic Site 亞瑟港歷史遗址                                                              Admission

The UNESCO World Heritage-listed Port Arthur Historic Site, located 90 minutes’ drive from Hobart is Australia’s most intact and evocative convict site. There are more than 30 historic buildings and ruins to explore over 100 acres; each entry ticket is valid for two consecutive days and includes an introductory guided tour, harbour cruise, access to the Port Arthur Gallery, house museums and the gardens. 

TAS Live Abalone  塔斯曼尼亞野生鲍鱼養殖場                                                     Admission

This is a boutique Abalone marketing company operating from a “State of the Art” processing facility, located at Mornington in Tasmania which takes only ten minutes drive from the Hobart airport. It primarily exports a variety of Premium Wild Abalone products to international markets around the world. An optional tour will lead the participants to walk through a working factory.  At the end of the tour, participants will be given the opportunity to purchase a variety of Abalone and other seasonal Tasmanian produce.

Cataract Gorge Chairlift  卡特拉克特峡谷吊車                                                      Admission

This chairlift was built spanning the huge natural basin often filled by the surging waters of the South Esk River. It covers some 457 metres, with terminal buildings at the First Basin (West Launceston) end and idling station at the Cliff Grounds side (Trevallyn). The central span of 308 metres is believed to be the longest single chairlift span in the world. Seating is designed for complete safety and includes a safety bar which can be operated by either the passenger or attendant. The slow speed of the chairlift enables passengers to appreciate fully and photograph the spectacular views of this ancient rock gorge.