kunanyi/Mt Wellington Hike
+ Hobart Craft Beer Walk

Local Hobart Day Tour

Maria island

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Hobart day tours

Maria Island Walks

East Coast Tasmania

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Image by Spencer Chow
Image by Spencer Chow

Hobart City

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Mount Wellington
Mount Wellington

kunanyi/Mt Wellington

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Mt Wellington Hobart
Mt Wellington Hobart

The Organ Pipes - kunanyi hike

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Mt Wellington Hike Tour
Mt Wellington Hike Tour

Wildflowers on kunanyi

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Hobart craft beer tour, New Sydney Hotel
Hobart craft beer tour, New Sydney Hotel

Local Hobart Pub

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Small Group Tour
Small Group Tour

Hobart Craft Beer Walk

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Local Brews
Local Brews

Winston Ale House

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Local Craft Brewery, T-Bone Brewing
Local Craft Brewery, T-Bone Brewing

Local Hobart Brewery

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Day Tour from Hobart 

  • Departs: Friday's / by request

  • Small Groups of 2-6 people. 

  • 4-10km  |  4hrs (2.5hr hike / 1.5hr walk)

  • Grade 3 - Medium Terrain + City Walk

Day Trip Itinerary 

Mt Wellington Morning Hike

  • Tour Starts 8:30am from the Hobart Travel and Information Centre (20 Davey Street) - Please meet outside.

  • Drive to Wellington Park, approx. 15 minutes, where guides will introduce you to the mountain's history and discuss the day trip over the Wellington Park walking map. Toilet facilities available. 

  • Depending on the weather and cloud cover, we will visit to mountain summit first thing, or after the hikes. From the pinnacle on a clear day, the views are extensive an offer views over Hobart and beyond.

  • Trails we intend to hike, Organ Pipes Track, Pinnacle Track, Sphinx Rock, O'Grady's Fall and the Octopus Tree.

  • We will aim to hike for a total of up to 3 hours, up to 8km, with plenty of breaks and a stop at 'the springs' for a hot drink. 

  • Guided by qualified local guides, you will experience kunanyi/Mt. Wellington like a local. Our team love sharing Tasmania and will bring to life the natural and cultural history that makes up Tassie.

Please note: Walking tracks may vary depending on group size and weather conditions. 

Lunch Layover

  •  Spend 1.5hrs enjoying the Hobart waterfront/city or midtown with many food and drink venues. Famous floating fish and chips, healthy cafes, sushi, local bakeries or a close walk to Salamanca for many restaurant options. Ask guides for their favourite! Or, enjoy a hearty meal at the New Sydney  before sampling some afternoon beers!                                                              


Hobart Beer and History Walk

  • New Sydney Hotel (87 Bathurst Street) at 2:00PM

  • Please meet your guide outside the pub, by the "best little pub in town' sign, 5 minutes prior to tour starting. 

  • Tour finishes at The Winston Ale House - top end of Elizabeth Street, A great place to kick on, or an easy walk/cab back to the city/waterfront/Hobart Brewing co.

  • Visit 3-4 venues on this 3 hour walking tour, each with a different take on the scene. Cosy pubs, cellar doors, inner-city micro-breweries and brew-pubs. Venues will vary depending on opening hours, There's no shortage of interesting places to enjoy some of Tassie's best locally produced independent beers.

  • Sample up to 10 beers and enjoy a good old yarn about Hobart's history along the way.

The tour has a 1.7km walk between from the city, via midtown and finishing in North Hobart. We limit this tour to 2-6 people.


  • Guided Mt Wellington Hike
  • Guided City Walk
  • Morning Tea/Coffee 
  • Tasmanian Craft Beet Tastings
  • 2x Pots, 2x Tasting Paddles
  • Comfortable Mini-van
  • Qualified Local Guide
  • Interpretation of Natural and Cultural history

Things To Bring

We wear warm, comfortable clothing, 

a base layer and jacket for the wind/rain.

Worn in jogging shoes or hiking boots.

Rain jackets can be borrowed.

Hiking poles available if needed.

Departure Point

Departs 8:30AM from Hobart Travel and Information Centre

(20 Davey Street) Corner of Davey and Elizabeth street. 

After the lunch layover, at 2:00PM, please meet your guide at

The New Sydney Hotel, (87 Bathurst Street).

The Painted Cliffs are a favourite of visitors to Maria Island. Stained red, orange and yellow, the cliff face is simply stunning, especially in afternoon light. The walk to the cliffs is enjoyable along the island only dirt road and returning via a bush track to view a convict built hop kiln. Surrounding the cliffs lays a marine reserve and if the tides are favourable, many rock pool creatures can be found. This is a beautiful afternoon stroll, and with the many wombats that call this area home, photo opportunities are abundant on what is one of Tasmania's 60 great short walks.