Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Grand Historical Port Arthur Walking Tour from Hobart submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
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Very interesting and informativeReviewed by: Deirdre P, February 2013
Due to the bushfires we were unable to take our much anticipated trip to Port Arthur. However the tour organisers transferred us to another day trip at no extra cost. We were very impressed with this service.Reviewed by: Joanne G, January 2013
Delightful, informative tour. A great day.Reviewed by: Kathleen G, May 2012
Weather was great, Tour was great!
Tasman Arch and Devil's Kitchen were worthwhile extras. Isle of the Dead tour and tales most interesting.
Well worth the trip! Loved the Isle of the Dead tour though a little rushed. The only negative in the day was the bus driver's inappropriate commentary on the way down, asking us to imagine the horrible stretch marks and breasts of his ancestor after having 22 children. He also gave the wrong tickets to a couple who got off the bus. When he realised he said "Oh well, they don't speak English anyway".Reviewed by: Cali, Australia, January 2012
Well organise tour; friendly staffReviewed by: anthony c, May 2011
Fantastic tour. really loved it. The Isle of the dead was disapointing, but the rest of the settlement was very impressive.Reviewed by: Cherilyn M, February 2011
Even better than when I did a similar tour 25 years ago. Because of a slight walking disability over longer walks, took the buggy and went through three of the most important buildings - something that was not included in the tour on foot. Could not fault the helpfulness afforded by the buggy driver. Well done!Reviewed by: Harry M, October 2010
The drive to Port Arthur was beautiful and the site itself quite spectacular. Also recommend visiting the Isle of Dead a few min boat ride from the Port Arthur site.Reviewed by: Rene J, USA, December 2009
Definitely worth doing.Reviewed by: Nigel T, Australia, August 2009