Mt Wellington Panorama

The 1271m high Mount Wellington offers spectacular panoramic views over Hobart, the Derwent river estuary, Bruny Island, Storm Bay and the Southwest National Park. The enclosed lookout offers protection from the rapidly changing weather which can change rapidly from sunshine to snow even in summer. The summit can be reached via walking tracks or a 22 kilometre long windy road from Hobart.

Boat shed at Dove Lake in Cradle Mt - Lake St Clair National Park.

The view across Dove Lake to the jagged dolerite peak of Cradle Mountain is considered as one of Tasmania's natural highlights. Cradle Mountain forms the northern end of Cradle Mountain - Lake Saint Cliair National Park in Tasmania's north. The NP is part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area which protects the remaining ancient rain forests, alpine heath lands and deciduous beech forests.

Port Arthur Panorama

Panoramic view of Carnarvon Bay and Port Arthur Historic Site the largest historic penal station in Australia.

Port Arthur is located about 60 kilometres south-east of Hobart on the Tasman Peninsula on the shores of Carnarvon Bay.
The site was named after Lt Governor George Arthur and was the largest penal station in Australia between 1833 and 1877.

Panorama of ships mooring at Franklin Wharf.

Franklin Wharf at Hobart's waterside has many good places for seafood ranging from fish and chips to stylish restaurants.