Complete your day of sightseeing with tickets to some of Hobart’s best attractions.
CASCADE HISTORY AND BREWERY EXPERIENCE
Set in the foothills of South Hobart beneath Mt. Wellington, we’re home to the oldest operating brewery in Australia, Cascade Brewing Co. Proudly local, we’re passionate about celebrating our Tasmanian brewing history. Our doors and heritage beer garden are open seven days from 11am serving up the best of Tasmania in a glass, on a plate and accompanied by our warm Hobart hospitality. Opening Hours Cascade Brewery Bar Sunday –…
kunanyi/MT WELLINGTON EXPLORER BUS TOUR
kunanyi/Mt Wellington Explorer Bus is the official shuttle bus for kunanyi/Mt Wellington. We’re also the only tour company with exclusive access to the mountain when Pinnacle Road is closed due to snow. Join us as we travel 1270 metres above sea level and experience spectacular views over Hobart and southern Tasmania. The 2 hour return tour includes 30 minutes to take in the views at the summit. OR, if you’re…
DAILY WALKING TOUR
DON’T MISS A VISIT TO OUR BOTANICAL GARDENS One of the most visited attractions in Tasmania, this is Australia’s premier cool climate Garden. Take a tour, visit our gorgeous new Lily Pads feature, and experience the plants and climate of Macquarie Island in our unique Sub-Antarctic planthouse. Open all year round!
Beneath the shadow of Mount Wellington, the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Cascades Female Factory is the best place to connect with the lesser known stories of Australia’s female convicts. From 1828–1853 thousands of women and children were imprisoned here; many never left. Joining a guided tour brings the stories of this challenging but very special place to life. Our Heritage Tour runs each hour and reveals stories of the women and…
The Museum was built to raise funds for the ongoing conservation of the historic buildings at Cape Denison which were used as the main base for the 1911-14 Australasian Antarctic Expedition (AAE). Standing on the Hobart waterfront just 200 metres from where Mawson’s expedition departed from in 1911, the Replica also serves as an educational facility and promotes the legacy of the AAE. It is a replica in every sense…
NARRYNA, 1840, is a merchant’s town house reflecting the trade and maritime histories of Salamanca Place and Battery Point. This architectural gem presents a rich picture of Tasmanian colonial life. Open: Tues – Sat 10am – 4.30pm (During covid restrictions please check with the operators regarding alternative opening hours)