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5 Of Hobart's Best In One Day6 Reviews
Get ready for a day of Culture, lifestyle, art, adventure, nature, produce and wildlife, as you leave no stone unturned.
- Marvel at the panorama from the top of Mt. Wellington
- Explore Salamanca Market on Saturdays
- Get up close with Tasmanian Wildlife at Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary (optional)
- Enjoy strange and quirky art at MONA Museum (optional)
- Explore the quaint little township of Richmond, a town rich in convict history
DescriptionWhilst the streets are quiet enjoy a city highlights tour en route to Hobart’s spectacular backdrop, Kunanyi (Mt. Wellington). Take in the famous pristine Tasmanian air as you drive up the 1272 meters to the pinnacle where you will be greeted by the very best view of Hobart and surroundings. After you take that perfect Instagram worthy selfie, you will have, no doubt, worked up a hunger! It is now time for Salamanca Market. This world class market offers the best of Tassie culture - art, produce, buskers, souvenirs, beverages and much more. After 90 minutes of exploring the markets (Saturdays only), make your way to Richmond, an iconic township rich in convict history, sandstone and colonial buildings and home to Australia’s oldest bridge and catholic church. The afternoon presents you with two options. The first is Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary where you can hand feed kangaroos and get up close and personal with all the unique Tasmanian Wildlife including the famous Tasmanian Devil. This is an absolute highlight, even for a local! The second option is MONA Museum - the largest privately owned museum in the southern hemisphere! Known and loved for its quirky and strange art, this museum also offers restaurants and bars that showcase their wine and Tasmanian produce. Enjoy wandering around this amazing world renowned museum of old and new art. Now if both options sound equally appealing, you can visit both! Tickets for Bonorong and Mona are not included in the tour price. If you would like to visit both attractions, you can pay an additional $22 to take the ferry back to your accommodation.
IncludesDriver/guide Live commentary on board Local guide Hotel pick-up and drop off within 5km of the city. (please indicate where you are staying so we can point you in the right direction) Transport by air-conditioned minivan
- If you would like to do both MONA and Bonorong, you need to pay an additional $50.00 per person - that includes entry and ferry back to Salamanca. Once in Salamanca you will have to find your own way back to your accommodation
- Mt Wellington can sometimes be closed due to bad weather. If mountain is closed Rosny Lookout will be the substitute.