City Stops

Stop A.

Stop Location: Corner of Davey & Elizabeth Street, HOBART

What to see and do:

  • Close to Hobart’s bustling waterfront precinct, this is the start and finish of our Hop-on Hop-off City Loop Tour.

  • Departure point for our Mount Wellington Tour.

  • Extensive visitor information for at the Tasmanian Travel & Information Centre.

  • Easy walking distance to souvenir shops.

  • Walk along the waterfront for a large variety of cafés, restaurants and bars.

  • Explore the life of Antarctic expeditioners at Mawson’s Huts Replica Museum.


Stop B.

Stop Location: Franklin Wharf (Near Brooke Street Intersection), HOBART

What to see and do:

  • Visit our friendly staff at the Red Decker Shop to book your Mount Wellington or Cascade Brewery Tours, or purchase some Red Decker souvenirs. Open 9am-4pm daily.

  • Brooke Street Pier is a floating structure, both a building and a boat, which rises and falls with the tide.

  • The departure point for the MONA ferry and Peppermint Bay cruise.

  • Find unique Tasmanian wares along with cafés and restaurants with magnificent waterside views. 


Stop C.

Stop Location: Princes Wharf No. 1 (Outside Main Entrance), Castray Esplanade, HOBART

What to see and do:

  • Salamanca Place is where you’ll find Salamanca Market – Australia’s largest outdoor market. Held every Saturday, rain hail or shine.

  • The row of 1840s Georgian sandstone warehouses have been converted into cafés, restaurants, bars, galleries and boutique retail stores.

  • The perfect place to find a special handcrafted gift or memento of your holiday.

  • A short walk up the historic Kelly’s Steps takes you into historic Battery Point. 


Stop D.

Stop Location: Castray Esplanade (Outside CSIRO), BATTERY POINT

What to see and do:

  • Located at Princes Park, Hobart Signal Station is the oldest building in Battery Point. Built in 1818 as part of a series of semaphore stations that sent and received messages.

  • Historic site of the Mulgrave, Prince of Wales and Albert Batteries, condemned in 1878.

  • Stroll through the heritage gardens and trees and admire the view overlooking the finish line for the annual Sydney to Hobart Yacht race.

  • The pirate ship playground is loads of fun for the kids. 


Stop E.

Stop Location: Corner of Hampden Road & Colville Street, BATTERY POINT

What to see and do:

  • Step back in time as you wander through the narrow streets and laneways.

  • Visit Narryna Heritage Museum for a rich experience of early colonial life.

  • Spend some time in the old Georgian cottages that have been converted into cafés, restaurants and gift shops.

  • Visit the iconic Arthur Circus, a quaint street with a ring of old cottages surrounding the village green.

  • Walk down the historic Kelly’s Steps into Salamanca. 


Stop F.

Stop Location: De Witt Street (Near Cromwell Street Intersection), BATTERY POINT

What to see and do:

  • Admire the architectural, historical and spiritual significance of St Georges Anglican Church.

  • Follow Cromwell Street down to the original site of the Battery Point Shipyards where river steamers, trading ketches and whaling ships were built from Tasmanian timbers, such as huon pine.

  • Discover Hobart’s historic network of laneways including Nanny Goat Lane, a Battery Point icon. 


Stop G.

Stop Location: St Georges Terrace (Near Sandy Bay Road), BATTERY POINT

What to see and do:

  • Enjoy the fantastic panoramic views of the surrounding Sandy Bay, Dynnyrne and Lower Sandy Bay suburbs.

  • A short walk from the outer reaches of Battery Point to the suburb of Sandy Bay.

  • Discover Hobart’s historic network of laneways including Nanny Goat Lane, a Battery Point icon.

  • Visit the Army Museum of Tasmania, within Anglesea Barracks, which is one of Australia’s most significant historical military precincts.


Stop H.

Stop Location: Drysdale Place (Outside Main Tower Entrance), SANDY BAY

What to see and do:

  • Wrest Point is the perfect waterfront destination for a variety of restaurants, bars, live music and vibrant casino entertainment.

  • Short walk to Derwent Sailing Squadron and Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania.

  • Take a scenic walk following the harbours edge down south to Sandy Bay’s popular Long Beach (approx. 30-minutes one-way).

  • Admire the spectacular view overlooking the River Derwent. 


Stop I:

Stop Location: Corner of Sandy Bay Road & Queen Street, SANDY BAY

What to see and do:

  • Hit the pavement for some serious retail therapy.

  • A range of designer label, flagship stores and independent clothing boutiques alongside lovely homewares shops selling a range of special gifts.

  • The city’s largest and diverse array of restaurants, serving a variety of cuisines.

  • Trendy coffee shops and bars.

  • Everyday conveniences such as supermarkets, banks, pharmacies, Asian grocer, post office and newsagent. 


Stop J.

Stop Location: Outside Cascade Visitor Centre, Cascade Road, SOUTH HOBART

What to see and do:

  • Sample a range of Cascade beverages by the glass, as a tasting paddle or paired with lunch at the bar and café.
  • Step inside Australia’s oldest brewery on a guided tour.

  • Take a relaxing stroll through Cascade Gardens to Cascades Female Factory.

  • A gentle downhill walk along Hobart Rivulet Walking Track into the city.

  • Explore the walking tracks in Wellington Park starting at the Cascade Walking Track, behind Cascade Brewery. 


Stop K.

Stop Location: Corner of Cascade Road & McRobies Road, SOUTH HOBART

What to see and do: