Cadbury Chocolate Visitor Centre Tour Hobart
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Any holiday in Tasmania must include a visit to the Cadbury Chocolate Factory in Hobart, to see how chocolates are made. They say there is a chocoholic hiding in all of us, so jump on board for this exceptional tour and cruise and let your chocolate wishes come true. Great opportunity to have free samples and optional buying of Cadbury Chololate at factory prices.
Nobody in their right mind would miss a chance to sample some of the best chocolates in the world and this tour jumps the long waiting queues. Cadbury Chocolate Factory Tour also includes a cruise on the picturesque Derwent River.
The Cadbury chocolate company began life in 1824 as a one-man business by John Cadbury, in Birmingham, England. It quickly grew and in 1922 Cadbury Australia was created and built on a parcel of land at Claremont, Tasmania. Tasmania was chosen for the site of the factory because of the facilities near Hobart and the plentiful supply of high quality fresh milk that would be needed to make fine chocolate products.
Today the Claremont Chocolate Factory is a living legend and possibly the most visited tourist attraction in the whole of Tasmania. Everybody loves Cadbury chocolates and for good reason, they are simply delicious and you can join this fabulous Cadbury cruise tour and grab some free samples yourself.
Definitely family friendly, the Cadbury chocolate tour commences from Gray Line Terminal, Brooke Street Pier, Hobart by coach to the factory. After the tour you will board a ferry vessel for a cruise of the Derwent River back to the original departure point. Total time is around 3 1/2 to 4 hours.
Please note: Tour does not take you inside the actual factory, only access to the Cadbury chocolate factory visitor center is permitted
As this is an organized guided tour you do not have to join long queues at the factory but places are limited and the tour does sell out. Planning your trip and booking well ahead of your travel date is highly recommended.
Tours of the Cadbury Chocolate Visitor Centre operate each day between Monday to Friday. Prices start around $74 per person, children half price. Factory closes at Christmas, Easter and all public holidays.