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See Hobart’s top sights on a city tour by coach tram, a historical Hobart tram that’s been converted into a motorized coach. On either a morning or afternoon tour (select when booking), discover attractions like Sullivan’s Cove, St David’s Park, Anglesea Barracks and St George’s Church. Admire the historical homes and pubs of Battery Point, and view Georgian warehouses that have been turned into restaurants and galleries at Salamanca Place. 


  • Board a historic coach tram as you explore the best of Hobart
  • Includes commentary
  • See over 30 attractions including Penitentiary Chapel, Queens Domain and Government House, Battery Point and Salamanca Place
  • Plenty of photo opportunities

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What You Can Expect

Hobart Half-Day Sightseeing Coach Tram Tour

Hobart Half-Day Sightseeing Coach Tram Tour

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. 

Customer Reviews

Jan R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

It was well worth the time as we went to places we prolly wouldn't have gone on our own

Nana G United Kingdom

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2016

Fabulous, interesting and informative trip. Driver/guide was well informed, pleasant and made it a very enjoyable experience. The tram was an interesting twist.

ozbackinoz Australia

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2016

This tour was everything we expected and more.

Sylvia G Picton P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2016

Visited Cascade Gardens, female prison, Battery Point, Rosny Hill lookout, Botanical gardens. Adam was our guide and he was excellent because he was very knowledgeable, helpful and obviously loved Hobart and sharing it with others.

Gillian A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2016

This tour is a must do also and our driver guide Elise was fabulous

John G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2016

Excellent tour starting only yards from the dock entrance. Great experience in the old coach tram and a great guide with lots of local knowledge.


5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2016

Brilliant tram tour of Hobart with very informative and funny driver. A must if it's your first time in Hobart and have limited time but purchase on the day rather than pre book as it is cheaper.

Bruce M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

Informative and funny. Very enjoyable. Got to see parts of Hobart I would never have thought of.


5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

Excellent tour, brilliant guide, great experience, a must for a short stay but purchase when in Hobart as it is cheaper.

Sheree R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2016

Very informative, great tour guide.....very funny. Well worth doing

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