3 Days

Hobart and South

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Salamanca market / Credit: Poon Wai Nang

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  • Hobart and the HuonDistance and drive time: 120 km - 2 hr
  • Take in an exhibition at the Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery (TMAG)
  • Explore Salamanca Place and the Hobart waterfront before heading south for the day
  • Around 30 minutes outside of Hobart, stop at the Margate Train for antiques and craft beer
  • Continue on south to Birchs Bay and taste some award winning cheese at Grandvewe Cheeses
  • Head inland towards Cygnet, stopping at one of the many small cafes serving local produce
  • On the way back to Hobart, stop in at a winery or cider house in the Huon Valley
  • Overnight in Hobart
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View from Mt Wellington / Credit: Glenn Gibson

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  • Hobart and surroundsDistance and drive time: 52 km - 1 hr 25 min
  • Early birds, head towards the summit of kunanyi/Mt Wellington for sunrise
  • Grab a coffee at Lost Freight on the way back down the mountain (from 9am Tuesday – Sunday)
  • Catch the ferry from Brooke Street Pier to the Museum of Old and New Art - Mona
  • Wander the gallery or take a Moorilla and Moo Brew Brewery tasting tour
  • Overnight in Hobart
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Russell Falls, Mt Field National Park / Credit: Michael Walters Photography

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  • Hobart to Derwent ValleyDistance and drive time: 165 km - 3 hr
  • Explore historical Battery Point
  • Head north towards the Derwent Valley and take in the views from the Pulpit Rock Lookout, New Norfolk
  • Continue on to Mt Field National Park and complete the Russell Falls walk, a 20 minute return loop through rainforest species such as dogwood, musk and myrtle
  • Head back to New Norfolk and enjoy a locally sourced gourmet experience at the Agrarian Kitchen Eatery
  • Finish the afternoon by taking a walk among New Norfolk’s many antique stores or heading to the Salmon Ponds and Museum of Trout Fishing
  • Depart Hobart
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Salamanca market / Credit: Poon Wai Nang