Travel past blue-hued remote coastal scenery with dramatic cliffs and curious rock formations.

Visit a World Heritage listed historic penal site, or wildlife sanctuary, together with making your own gin!

Choose some of the following:

  • Travel past wonderful blue-hued waters to visit:

    • The World Heritage Listed Port Arthur Historic Penal Site, with a private guided tour (over 40 acres).


    • Feed Tasmanian Devils and Kangaroos in a bushland setting.


    • Learn about sustainable lavender farming, even the stalks are used to make paper and it’s pretty good in butter too! Plus there's another distillation process to tell you about.

    • Combine this with making your own gin, using your own recipe and still with international award-winning gin distiller. Extensive tutored tastings, distillery tour including viewing centuries-old “sweet water” bubbling directly from the ground, followed by gin flavour-matched lunch on a beautiful mountainside location* (you will never view gin or spirits the same way again). *Weather permitting which is most of the time.

  • Smell the gum trees as you view a coastal pocket of ancient stone formations similar to the Giant’s Causeway in Ireland, and hear waves roaring in other the rugged cliff-faces.


8.30 am to 6.00 pm, subject to appointment. Flexible timing available.


Includes transport, guide, morning tea, lunch.