From historical landmarks to lively cultural districts to pretty gardens and suburbs, Hobart offers a variety of sights, and you can get oriented with the city on this tour by historical coach tram. As you travel around the city on a 3-hour exploration, check out destinations like Sullivan’s Cove, the birthplace of Hobart; Salamanca Place, with its Georgian buildings renovated into pubs, eateries and galleries; and Battery Point, home to charming historical houses and boutiques.
Learn about the city’s convict past, including buildings built by prisoners, and lighten things up with a look at more pleasant attractions like St David’s Park. Other sights you may see include Parliament House, Princes Park, St George’s Church, a view of Wrest Point Casino and Sandy Bay, Anglesea Barracks, South Hobart at the foot of Mt Wellington, Cascade Gardens and Brewery, the remnants of the Female Factory prison, St David’s Cathedral, the Treasury Building and Franklin Square, the Town Hall, Victoria Dock and Constitution Dock.
You’ll also cross the Tasman Bridge over the River Derwent, enjoy views of Kangaroo Bay Marina and Bellerive, and visit the Rosny Hill lookout for views of the city, Mt Wellington and Glenarchy. Your tour ends when you return to the original departure point.