From Mount Wellington walking tracks to city sights and delights, wineries and surrounding things to and do no matter what time of year you choose to visit, Hobart offers a variety of attractions that all travellers will enjoy. Whether you wish to experience the attractions on your own watch or join one of the many tours that depart daily, there are numerous ways for you to take in all that Hobart has to offer.
Getting lost in the great outdoors has never looked to attractive with many breathtaking scenic routes to embark on in and around Hobart, with Mount Wellington in the background, fringing ocean waters in the foreground, the Derwent River snaking its way through the countryside and famous sites to visit, you will find plenty to see and do. Whatever the weather might decide to do, there are many indoor and outdoor attractions to fill up your days with in Hobart, from the beautiful galleries and studios, historic museums and heritage buildings as well as the shopping, dining, nightly entertainment in the city centre and parks and gardens.
Enjoy the Derwent River with a river cruise, set out on a diving, snorkelling or fishing adventure for the day on a local charter boat, or perhaps hire out your own boat to go in search of hidden secretes. A trip to the famous Salamanca Markets is much which are held every Saturday where you will find many interesting buys to purchase and why not check out the Constitution Dock and Parliament House. There is the famous ghost tour to set out on come nightfall which will give you goose bumps as you hear the tells of the past, Elizabeth Street which is well worth a visit while you are holidaying in Hobart along with walking the interesting streets of the city where you will come across street performers, local artists, road stalls, buskers and more.
Spend the day with the kids at the wildlife park, have a round of golf on one of the golf courses in and around the city or perhaps take some time out for a relaxing day at one of the day spas. Ride a flight simulator, go and see the yachts after the , Sydney to Hobart yacht race, go sky diving, visit the Anglesea Barracks or even join a sea kayaking tour to explore the coastline in a different way. A further afield you will be able to explore Huon Valley, hike the many walking tracks around and up Mount Wellington and you must not miss the chance to visit a few of the local wineries, where cellar doors and vineyard restaurants are just the beginning. There are winding boardwalks that will take you through pristine wilderness, ample cycling tracks that will take you to unknown and beautiful destinations and rugged coastline to explore on foot.
Walk through the towering cathedrals, walk along the boardwalk down by the harbour, tour through the controversial Museum of Old and New Art or step out at night time to experience the night life. With a huge choice of Hobart accommodation ranging in price together with family activities, city sights and famous surrounding destination, there are many attractions to take in while visiting Hobart. Whatever your interests might be and where you wish to spend the day, you will find plenty to enjoy in Hobart, there is loads to see and do both indoor and out.