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Hobart – Mt Wellington, Hobart, and Richmond – TLT316CS

Hobart TAS, Australia
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Meet and Greet once you disembark from your cruise ship berthed at  Hobart wharf. On departing the wharf you will  drive to the summit of Mt Wellington Visitors  the 1,270-metre (4,167ft) peak of Mt Wellington offers  spectacular and breathtaking views of greater Hobart and the Tasman Bridge, weather permitting. Should weather preclude the running of the trip up the mountain, you be given the option to visit the Mt. Nelson Signal Station. An allowance of 30 minutes has been scheduled at the summit.

From Mt Wellington you will travel by road through Hobart City then the tour follows the scenic Coal River to the heritage town of Richmond to discover the secrets of Tasmania’s convict history.  In Richmond you will gain more insight into the early convict days that preceded Port Arthur, with a stroll through the oldest goal in Tasmania. You will also see the oldest convict constructed sandstone bridge still in use in Australia and St. John’s Catholic Church, the oldest Catholic Church in Australia, then you can wander around, and explore on your own, this quaint little hamlet, with its numerous old and heritage listed buildings, arts and craft galleries, antique shops, etc. A visit to the Old Hobart Town model, set out as Hobart was in the 1820s, is well worth while.

The excursion includes a stop at a local cheesemaker for cheese sampling in the Coal Valley region.

  • Highlights
    • Mt Wellington
    • Coal River Valley
    • Historic Richmond


  •  Sightseeing with informative and interesting commentary
  • Cheese Sampling
  • Professional guides

This tour is ideally a 5 -6 hour excursion. Start and finish times can be adjusted slightly to better suit Cruise Ship arrival and departure schedules

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