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From Hobart, the most distinctive feature of Mount Wellington is the cliff of dolerite columns known as the Organ Pipes.
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You can usually drive to the top with panoramic views. Wear warm clothes even in summer.
Drive or walk to the summit and experience expansive views of Hobart, the Tasman Peninsula, South Arm and Bruny Island. A must for people visiting Hobart.
Overlooking Hobart, don’t miss the towering 1271m Mount Wellington with 360 degree views. It is a short drive from Hobart city and tourist buses also visit. It can be cold on the peak so make sure you take a jacket cos you might need it. There are great tracks for mountain biking or bush walking.
Snow capped, even in summer, 1270 meter kunyani/Mount Wellington is known as Hobart’s slumbering giant and is close to the heart of Hobartians. At the pinnacle, enjoy breathtaking views over Hobart city, the sea and the World Heritage wilderness beyond. Access to the summit is vis a 21 km…
The most amazing views of Hobart and stunning bush walks, small cafe half way up for coffee and cake or take a picnic for a day out
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“A Must-see for first time visitors, this mostly-underground art museum has a playful irreverent vibe, great food & a wine bar. For an extra special visit, catch the Mona Ferry from Brooke Street Pier!”
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“Lots of beautiful stalls with artisan products, spirit tastings, fresh produce and eateries, my favourites are Salamanca Images, site 163 for artisan Huon Pine products, Tasmanian Honey stall, McHenrys Gin and whisky tastings and Dr Coffee for the coffee lovers.”
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“Visit the Hobart Museum to learn about Antartica, Tasmanian Aboriginal history, Colonial history, Tasmanian wildlife, Dinosaurs, art and other amazing facts. ”
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“A great facility just five minutes away. Just walk to the top of Wignall, cross Argyle St , walk a short way up Yardley then left into Thomas. The wonderful State is just the other side of Federal. You'll love it.”
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“Plan to take the entire day and check the ferry timetable before you go. 40 min drive from Geilston Bay to Kettering where the ferry leaves from.”
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