Hobart & Surroundings
Named as one of the friendliest cities in the world, Hobart is Tasmania’s relaxed capital and is a must visit on your Tasmanian motorhome journey.
There is no shortage of activities and attractions in the scenic south with delightful national parks, tall forests, unique galleries and a wealth of fresh, locally-grown produce. Hobart is Australia’s second oldest capital city and is a delight to explore by foot.
Located in the south east of the state on the estuary of the Derwent River, the city has a bustling wharf area with numerous restaurants
Mt Wellington overlooks the city at an impressive height of 1,271
Further south of the capital you will find the delightful Huon Trail home to lush forests, boutique
Just a short ferry ride across the D’Encastreau Channel visitors will discover the beauty of Bruny Island, a must-have Tasmanian wilderness experience. Enjoy one of the many bushwalks along the dramatic cliffside or experience a Pennicott Wilderness Cruise and witness fur seals, fairy penguins, white wallabies and a range of bird species. Sample the island’s award-winning cheese, chocolate, fudge, truffles and fresh oysters.
Alternatively, head north east of the capital and discover the oldest bridge and
Located just 25 minutes outside of Hobart, this charming town is home to Australia’s oldest convict bridge and
Situated in Tasmania’s spectacular south, there is much to do and see in the capital of Hobart. Wander around the delightful wharf precinct and enjoy quality coffee at Salamanca. Explore the historic sights of Battery Point or experience spectacular panoramic views from Mt Wellington. Don’t miss confronting art-work at the Museum of Old and New Art (Mona).
Experience the beauty of the Huon amidst the treetops at the Tahune AirWalk located 70
Enjoy the ultimate Tasmanian wilderness experience on rugged Bruny Island. Explore the