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Pennicott Wilderness Journeys Seafood Seduction Tour

Tasmania’s leading ecotourism operator, Pennicott Wilderness Journeys can guide your group through the Tasmanian Seafood Seduction – a world-first gourmet seafood cruise. As you cruise down the Derwent River and into the sheltered waters of the D’Entrecasteaux Channel that surround Bruny Island, you will help to gather oysters, mussels, sea urchin and abalone from the pristine waters. Pull a crayfish at the southern tip of the island, and catch a fish, before dropping anchor in a calm, secluded bay where you can help skilfully prepare and serve your freshly caught seafood bounty on board the boat.

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Hollybank Treetops Adventure

Groups will glide across the treetops at Hollybank Treetops Adventure with the award-winning forest zipline tour. The 3-hour zipline tour will have delegates flying up to 50 metres above the forest! The thrill continues on the tree tops rope course amongst the pine trees mountain bike trail. For a more relaxing experience, try the 1.5 hour Segway tour! Or take a break in the Hollybank Café.

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MONA – arts and culinary experience

Just 15 minutes’ drive from Hobart or a 30 minute MONA fast catamaran ride, the Museum of Old and New Art has been challenging those that visit since its opening in 2011. Your group can enjoy a vineyard setting, cocktails prior to a private viewing of Australia’s largest private gallery, dinner at acclaimed The Source fine dining restaurant and a luxurious night in one of the onsite contemporary pavilions.

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Northern Gourmet Experience

Launceston and the surrounding region is a mecca for those with a taste for fine food and wine. Explore the beautiful scenery by helicopter, stopping in at a number of the Tamar Valley’s renowned vineyards to sample Tasmania’s finest cool-climate wines, returning to the city for dinner in one of the acclaimed fine-dining restaurants.

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Saffire Freycinet

Saffire Freycinet is a premium boutique property, truly in touch with the surrounding environment, creating a relaxing and rejuvenating retreat. Distinct in its design, exclusive in its features and set apart by its approach to tailored one-on-one experiences and services, staying at Saffire will enrich and uplift, changing the way you feel about life. A range of incentive activities are available exclusively to Saffire guests. These include wildlife cruises to nearby Schouten Island and helicopter tours to secluded fly-fishing spots, or a round of golf at the internationally renowned Barnbougle Dunes Golf Links.

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Tasmanian Brewery Experience

Known for some of the cleanest water in the world, Tasmanian brewed beers are highly regarded. Groups can experience for themselves the proud heritage and brewing craft at the Cascade Brewery in Hobart or Boags Brewery in Launceston. Of course tastings are a must!

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Cradle Mountain- World Heritage Wilderness area

Staying at one of Cradle Mountain’s luxury wilderness lodges, is the perfect base for invigorating alpine activities in spectacular wilderness settings, ideal for team building and partner programs. Explore Tasmania’s famed World Heritage Listed Wilderness Area with a fully guided, personalised tour.

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Abseil Gordon Dam

Abseiling at the Gordon Dam in south-west Tasmania has been included in the Top 10 Adrenaline activities in the world today. The abseil is not for the feint-hearted, at 140m high, it is the world’s highest commercial abseil.

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Sailing on the picturesque Derwent River

Sailing in Tasmania is majestic, breath taking and at times life changing. Sail a 62-foot yacht down the magnificent Derwent River across the finish line of the world famous Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race. From a floating boardroom for a select few, to match racing for up to 36, or even larger racing events for a hundred or more, Hobart Yachts is experienced in meeting the needs of the corporate sector and can provide unforgettable functions, conference tours, even midday blasts across the Derwent to blow the conference cobwebs away!

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Southern Whisky Indulgence

Tasmania is becoming known for producing some internationally award-winning whiskeys.  Incorporate an exploration of the world of single malt whisky, at Lark Distillery on Hobart’s waterfront, led by one of their knowledgeable guides. The group will learn about the history of Tasmanian whisky, the production of Lark single malts and a copper pot still, highland peat, and receive a thoughtful lesson on whisky tasting.