Top 10 Things To Do In Hobart and Southern Tasmania
Fill the boot with designer-quality Tasmanian woodwork, artwork, wool and clothing, and sample some of the state’s freshest produce. Open Saturdays 8:00am–3:00pm.
Photo: Tourism Tasmania & Hobart City Council
Museum of Old and New Art (Mona)
Since opening in 2011, Mona has truly established Hobart’s position on the cultural map. It displays a wide range of antiquities along with modern pieces.
Photo: Tourism Tasmania & Mona
Learn all about bees and beekeeping. Purchase iconic honey collected from the foothills of Mount Wellington, including popular leatherwood and Hobart wildflower varieties.
Photo: Wellington Apiary website
Port Arthur Historic Site
Discover past convict settlements and Indigenous history in this remote bottom corner of Tasmania. If you’re game, explore Port Arthur after dark by joining the lantern-lit Ghost Tour.
Photo: Tourism Tasmania & Rob Burnett
Tasmanian Devil Unzoo
Visit this wildlife park on the Tasman Peninsula to handfeed kangaroos, pademelons and Cape Barren geese and, of course, learn about devil conservation.
Photo: Tasmanian Devil Unzoo