5 of Hobart's must see in one day (with the option of 6) If you're here for a short time and want to cover as much as you can without feeling rushed, then this tour covers everything you need to do whilst you're in Hobart at an affordable price. This tour includes Salamanca Market (Saturday only), hand feeding Kangaroos at Bonorong wildlife Sanctuary, Mt Wellington 1272m above Hobart, City highlights all the important things in and around the City, MONA museum, Richmond a quaint little convict built township rich in History. This tour ticks so many boxes that there's not many more left to tick when visiting Hobart City. Entrance fees only included for either Bonorong or MONA Museum. If you wish to due both there will be an additional fee of $50 and a ferry back to Salamanca.
Whilst the streets are quiet we will take you on a city highlights tour en route to Hobart’s spectacular backdrop, Kunanyi (Mt. Wellington). Take in the famous pristine Tasmanian air as we drive up the 1272m to the pinnacle where you will be greeted by the very best view of Hobart and surrounds. After you take that perfect Instagram worthy selfie, you would 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 and beverages and much more.
After 90 minutes of exploring the markets, we will make our 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 Bonerong 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 - 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, we are happy to cater for both! This will incur an additional fee and ferry back to Salamanca, which will set you back an extra $50.