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!
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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.