We discovered some lovely gardens in Tasmania on a reconnaissance mission recently, with Sally from Herbaceous Tours. We can’t give away too many secrets, because they’re not our secrets to share. We will share Sally’s contact details though (scroll down) so if you’re keen to know more… you know who to ask.

Gardens in Tasmania - Herbaceous Tours

Gardens in Tasmania: Herbaceous Tours

Herbaceous Tours: Gardens in Tasmania

Shortly following the mission (to discover new gardens in Tasmania to share with her tour passengers) Sally received some REALLY exciting news. Again, it’s not our news to share… but tourists interested in gardens in Tasmania have much reason to follow Herbaceous Tours on Facebook.

Gardens in Tasmania - Herbaceous Tours

Discover gardens in Tasmania: Sally Legosz

Options with Herbaceous Tours encompass way more than just gardens in Tasmania. Sally specialises in personalised experiences, and is given exclusive access to many of Tasmania’s elite primary producers.

Gardens in Tasmania - Get Shucked Oysters

Get Shucked Oysters: Bruny Island, Tasmania

Gardens, Gourmet Food and Sightseeing

You can also arrange a sightseeing tour to visit the major tourist attractions in Tasmania. Well-known places might include…

Port Arthur Historic Site

Gardens in Tasmania - Port Arthur Historic Site

Gardens in Tasmania: Port Arthur (photo by Dan Fellow)

Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary

Gardens in Tasmania - Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary

Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary (photo by Anelda Lötter)

Richmond Village

Gardens in Tasmania - Richmond Bridge

Richmond Bridge, Tasmania

Mount Wellington

Gardens in Tasmania - Bellerive Beach, Mount Wellington

Mount Wellington (kunanyi): Bellerive Beach

When travelling with Herbaceous Tours, visitors can expect special hidden “extras” from a professional tour guide who is passionate about all things Tasmanian.

Gardens in Tasmania - Nutpatch Nougat

Chocolates from Kettering: Herbaceous Tours

Herbaceous Tours is based in Hobart, the island state’s capital in southern Tasmania. Phone Sally Legosz on 0416 970 699 for more details or follow Herbaceous Tours on Facebook.

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