Experiences

Visitors to Tasmania seek so much more than cocktails and selfies; instead drawn by adventure, learning, authentic experience and genuine connection. With this in mind, we have created a new category of hotel, a storytelling hotel, that goes well beyond mere historical interpretation, to become an immersive storytelling experience.

With the experiences we offer, you’ll be scripting your own legend.

Storytelling Tours

Our Master Storyteller and his team of full-time Storytellers know things about Tasmania which some thought to be lost in time. These engaging individuals have been hand-picked as scholars of Tasmania’s past with a gift for captivating delivery.

The 114 Doors tour guides you through the patchwork of stories and artefacts that punctuate our hallways, while the Waterfront Wapping tour invites you out to the majestic Hobart waterfront and the dark underbelly of the Wapping district, to meet the colourful characters who have crafted our island spirit. The Hidden Hobart: Sensed and Seen tour takes you from Old Wharf to New Wharf, using retro viewfinders to see today’s views through the eyes of someone who stood in the same spots somewhere between 35 and 150 years earlier.

For MACq 01 guests, these tours are complimentary ($20 for general public). Please call 03 6210 7600 to enquire about tour group rates for more than 10 people.

Chef's Table Experience

Let Executive Chef Simon Pockran and his team delight you with a five-course menu with matching wines as they weave a narrative on the origin and stories of the producers. Set directly in front of Old Wharf Restaurant’s open kitchen and in the heart of the restaurant, this experience is for all the senses.

Bangor Adventure

The Bangor Adventure uses state of the art pedal assisted Electric mountain bikes to explore Bangor, an extraordinary private Tasmanian coastal property. You have access to 25kms of natural trails across private property riding the stunning Cape Frederick Henderick, Two Mile beach, ancient bluegum forests and panoramic coastal headlands to arrive at Monument Bay the site of Abel Tasman’s landing in 1642.

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