Helicopter Whisky Experience Exclusive to Whisky Club Members
Hobart . Tasmania

Helicopter Whisky Experience Exclusive to Whisky Club Members @ Hobart, TAS

  • Location
    70 Hampden Road, Hobart
  • Member ticket price
    $1,798.20/3,396.60 (Regular price - $1,998.00/$3,996.00)
  • Use discount code
    Book for 2 and get 10% off, promo code — WC10. Book for 4 people and get 15% off, promo code WC15
  • Age Restriction
    18+
  • Event Description
    Tasmanian Air Tours Helicopter Whisky Experience — Exclusive to Whisky Club Members. This is a distillery tour like no other, whisky lovers. Whether you’re a Tassie local or visiting, put this awesome whisky experience on your to-do list. Our friends at Tasmanian Air Tours have crafted this distillery experience just for Whisky Club Members You’ll stop at Shene Estate & Distillery in the Southern Midlands. The Shene family will take you on a behind the scenes tour of the historic estate — there’ll be whisky up for the tasting, too. You’ll also stop at the glorious McHenry Distillery on the Tasman Peninsula. Australia’s southern-most whisky distillery, it uses its own spring water to make award-winning spirits. In between the distilleries you’ll stop off at Frogmore Creek Wines in the luscious Coal Valley Wine Region or Bangor Shed at Dunalley for lunch inspired by local, seasonal produce (along with a cheeky wine). And, as a special bonus just for Members, you’ll get the Serendipity Experience — a whisky immersion where you’ll choose from five curated spirits to craft your very own whisky 700ml bottle of whisky to take home! All the while, you’ll soak up the stunning views of Hobart, Storm Bay, Southern Beaches, Tasman Peninsula and the Southern Midlands. Book for 2 people and get 10% off. Book for 4 people and get 15% off. Check out Tasmanian Air Tours to get more information.
  • Find the event
    Helicopter Whisky Experience Exclusive to Whisky Club Members @

    - 70 Hampden Road, Hobart, TAS 7004, Australia

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