After departing Hobart, you will journey out to the historic town of Richmond, in small buses, for 2-hours where you will gain an insight into the early convict days that preceded Port Arthur at the oldest goal in Tasmania and see the oldest convict constructed sandstone bridge still in use in Australia. You will get the opportunity to wander around (un-escorted) and explore the quaint little hamlet of Richmond with its numerous old and heritage-listed buildings, galleries, and antique shops.
You will then travel to Brighton to visit the iconic Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary for a further 2-hours. Here you can get up close and personal with some of Tasmania’s native wildlife, including its unique Tasmanian Devil, Wombats, Koalas, Quolls, Possums, Echidnas and a large range of bird species. Check Out their mob of Kangaroos and Wallabies and we recommend a conversation with Fred, the sulphur crested cockatoo, who is over 105 years old!
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