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Exploring Castle Phoenix Guided Walking Tours

Tour Guide Steve, shows visitors to Castle Phoenix, the light well

Exploring Castle Phoenix Guided Walking Tours

Castle Phoenix is, arguably, one of the most incredible architectural wonders in Australia. Built solely by two artists, Francis Shepherd and Christina Kent, this Castle has taken ten years to reach this stage. Still under construction, but by no means any less breathtaking, you’ll learn the mesmerising story of how the Castle came to be and the wonders of its design. You will see, and experience, the amazing features of the Castle and explore the beautiful grounds.

Please note this is an exclusive tour. You cannot see Castle Phoenix by any other means than on our tours. The Castle is not open to the public and there are no other tour companies which offer a tour. Tasmanian residents receive 50% off this tour. Use code IMFROMTASSIE21 at the checkout and please provide proof of residence when you arrive for your tour.

Your one hour guided walking tour departs from Castle Phoenix, Geeveston. Beautiful, whimsical Geeveston, is often known by its alternative name, Rosehaven, as it stars as the fictitious town in the ABC comedy series of the same name. In the heart of the southern Tasmanian countryside, drive the Southern Edge journey to arrive in Geeveston, less than one hour south of Hobart. Geeveston is also the gateway to the Tahune Airwalk and Hartz Mountains National Park.

You’ll enjoy refreshments prior to your tour of local, organically grown, fresh apple juice from Our Mates Farm, as well as locally grown fruit. Whilst in Geeveston, why not enjoy a coffee and treat at Harvest and Light before or after your tour? Your booking confirmation provides you with a two for one coffee and treat offer. Harvest and Light is a gluten free cafe, picklery, and photographic gallery, all rolled into one. Another unique Geeveston experience!

Exploring Castle Phoenix guided tours depart Castle Phoenix Geeveston Monday to Thursday. Bookings are essential. No walk-ups are permitted. If the booking is showing as unavailable online, please contact us direct; we still may be able to assist in conducting a tour for you.

If you have a large tour group (more than 20 people), please contact us directly for large group tour rates.

Please wear suitable walking shoes and bring a coat – just in case! Sorry but there are no children under 16 permitted on this tour.

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