Departing from the pier you will transfer by air-conditioned coach; accompanied by your local guide and commence to the summit of Mount Wellington or Mount Nelson (depending on weather). From the top you’ll see for miles and miles up the Derwent Valley, down to the Southern Ocean with sweeping views of Hobart on offer. The inlets, bays and hills of this beautiful city are spread out in a stunning panorama, detailed at the lookout at the summit.
After descending make your way to Inverawe Native Gardens . Inverawe is a sustainable garden. Native plants are water wise, low maintenance and require little in the way of fertilisers or other chemicals. There's nothing dull about natives, either. There are plants in bloom twelve months of the year. You'll scent the faint aroma of the essential oils that the sun teases from the leaves of many species and the distinctive, pleasantly understated perfume of the blooms. Enjoy Morning Tea after exploring the Gardens
Next you will travel back to Hobart, Enjoy free time at Salamanca Place made world famous for its markets held every Saturday. Enjoy some free time to explore the cafes, Salamanca Place and surrounding areas is Tasmania's foremost entertainment hotspot! With dozens of restaurants and shops, the best plaza in Tasmania and nightlife, pubs, artists, galleries, craft shops to suit every budget and the famous Salamanca Market every Saturday, this is the place to see.
At conclusion of free time, reboard your Motor Coach and transfer back to the Pier
Mount Wellington or Mount Nelson Lookout, Inverawe Gardens, Salamanca Place
To make your day as enjoyable as possible, please ensure that you wear comfortable flat-soled shoes, clothing suited to the weather conditions, a hat and jacket and bring along some sunscreen and bottled water.
Remember that the temperature at the summit of Mt Wellington or Mount Nelson is, on average, 10 degrees cooler than down at the waterfront.