1. Climb to the summit of Mount Wellington, 1270m high. Catch a bus to Pinnacle Road via Fern Tree from Hobart city centre to begin your climb.

  2. Visit MONA Museum of Old and New Art approx. $25 per visitor.

  3. Explore Salamanca markets held every Saturday open at 8:30 am with over 250 stalls.

  4. Visit the Cascades Female Factory to find out about why convicts were sent to Hobart, Tasmania... women sentenced to 7 years for stealing a slice of bacon...

  5. Walk through the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens.

  6. Climb the famous Shot Tower in Taroona.

  7. Hire a car and catch the ferry to Bruny Island National Park. Visit Bruny Island Neck and walk the steps to Truganini Memorial for incredible views, try the ice cream at Bruny Island Berry Farm, House of Whisky, Cheese & Fudge, plus the Mavista Rainforest Walk.

  8. Walk the Alum Cliff Track for beautiful coastal views.

  9. Watch a movie at the vintage State Cinema in North Hobart.

  10. Explore the arts and crafts shops, and cafes of Salamanca Place.

  11. Visit the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery which includes a section dedicated to the Thylacine.

  12. Swim at Kingston Beach.

  13. Spend an evening at some bars around Salamanca Place for live music and open mic nights.

  14. Drive to Mount Field National Park and camp out near to Russell Falls.

  15. Purchase some fresh fruit and vegetables at the Farm Gate Markets held every Sunday at 9 am - 1 pm.

  16. Take the Soldier's Walk at Queen's Domain.

  17. Walk to the Cenotaph for views of the Tasman Bridge and Mount Wellington in the city's backdrop.

  18. Have lunch at the waterside in Battery Point overlooking buildings dating back to the 1800s.

  19. Visit the Cascades Brewery.

  20. Spend a day at Port Arthur Historic Site for more history on the convict past.

  21. In Hobart for New Year's? Catch the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race.

Hobart Tasmania Coastal Walks
Mount Wellington Hobart Tasmania Hike