Hobart Waterfront

Nearby Attractions

Hobart Airport Tourist Park is a perfect base for your Tasmanian holiday, with the following attractions just a short drive away:

Seven Mile Beach

11 minute drive from Hobart Airport Tourist Park

Seven Mile Beach is a coastal public reserve and one of Tasmania's best known beaches. It boasts many well equipped day use areas and public amenities. Many of the day use areas are wheelchair accessible through assistance may be required on the sandy paths.

Historic Richmond & Coal River Valley Vineyards

10 minute drive from Hobart Airport Tourist Park

Richmond is one of Tasmania's favourite historic villages. The town features many of Tasmania's oldest buildings and the convict built Richmond Bridge is Australia's oldest bridge still in daily use. Richmond and the surrounding Coal River Valley makes for a perfect day trip with many tourist attractions including many vineyards, Wildlife parks and the Wicked Cheese Co. (multi-award winning Tasmanian boutique cheese) , shopping and dining options.

Hobart City

15 minute drive from Hobart Tourist Airport Park

One of the Lonely Planet's top ten cities to visit in 2013, Hobart is the commercial and cultural centre of Tasmania. Regularly recognised for its fine food. Exciting festivals and the world renowned Salamanca Market, Hobart is a must see for all visitors to Tasmania.

Mt. Wellington

40 minute drive from Hobart Airport Tourist Park

 The summit of Mt Wellington provides an unbeatable view of Hobart and surrounds and the road to the summit allows you to experience Tasmania’s wilderness on the doorstop of the capital city.  There are various walking tracks and barbeque facilities at different locations on the Summit Road, which is open most of the year but sections may be closed where there is a heavy snowfall.

MONA (Museum of Old and New Art)

20 minute drive from Hobart Airport Tourist Park

 Tasmania’s most popular tourist attraction, MONA, is a short drive directly from Hobart Airport Tourist Park, or you may choose to catch the ferry from the Hobart City waterfront for a relaxing cruise on the Derwent River.  MONA is internationally recognised as one of the worlds greatest private museums and is situated onsite at Morilla Estate, a vineyard with multiple restaurants and beautiful outdoor areas on the banks of the river.

Tasman Peninsula & Port Arthur Historic Site

1 hour drive from Hobart Airport Tourist Park

Port Arthur Historic Site is one of the most complete convict settlements in Australia and amoung the most recognised in the world. The site contains over 30 buildings and ruins over 40 hectares beside a beautiful natural harbour. Established in the 1830's within some of the state's most beautiful wilderness, the area is now a bustling tourist destination with many small coastal towns, attractions and dining options.

Huon Valley & Tahune Airwalk

45 minute drive from Hobart Airport Tourist Park

If quiet country roads, rolling green fields and vibrant native forests are your style, there are a few places you'll enjoy more than the Huon Valley.  Gateway to the South West Wilderness World Heritage Area, home of Tasmania's infamous apple orchards and dotted with quaint, inviting towns, you can easily loose yourself for a very relaxing day.

Bruny Island

45 minute drive to vehicular ferry terminal from Hobart Airport Tourist Park

Bruny Island is a perfect destination for a day trip from Hobart Airport Tourist Park. Home to many small towns and unique food producers as well as a National Park teeming with Tasmanian wildlife and endless coastal vistas, Bruny Island really is another world away.

Derwent Valley

40 minute drive from Hobart Airport Tourist Park

Historically an agricultural area, the Derwent Valley is in the midst of a rebirth as an area recognised for its cultural and gourmet experiences. Home to many small markets each weekend, numerous antique shops, vineyards, breweries and distilleries, there's something for everyone's taste. The award winning Agrarian Kitchen, a farm-based gourmet cooking school and Australian Gourmet Traveler's number one Australian Gourmet Experience, is situated in Lachlan - less than 10 minutes from the main centre of New Norfolk. 

Maria Island

55 minute drive to passenger ferry terminal, or less than 5 minutes to scenic flight terminal from Hobart Airport Tourist Park

The island National Park is accessible only by passenger ferry or charter flight and is steeped in Aboriginal and European history.  The island has many well kept walking and bike tracks and a healthy population of native and endangered wildlife.

Salamanca Market

Salamanca Market:

A must for anyone visiting Hobart on a Saturday, Salamanca Market is home to an eclectic mix of traditional crafts, emerging artisan makers, vintage finds and fresh produce. You'll need a few hours to explore the 300 stalls when you can meet the makers and soak up the rich sights, sounds and colour of one of Australia's best outdoor markets. 

After beginning humbly in the summer of 1972 with only fifteen stalls, Salamanca Market now operates every Saturday year-round and stretches the entire length of Salamanca Place.

Salamanca Market is a special experience, full of colour and vibrancy and those who give it more than a cursory glance will be well rewarded. The market is open every Saturday from 8.30am – 3.00pm

Richmond

Richmond 

Richmond is a picture-perfect town in the heart of the Coal River Valley wine region that tells the story of an early Australian colonial village. This is the perfect place to learn about Tasmania's past and can be as easy as a stroll down the pretty nineteenth century streets.

Richmond has more than 50 Georgian buildings, many beautifully restored and now operating as cafes, restaurants, galleries and accommodation.

The town's most photographed landmark is the Richmond Bridge. Built by convicts in the 1820s, it's the oldest bridge in Australia and offers a perfect picnic spot on the grassy banks of the Coal River.

The Richmond Gaol is also the oldest gaol in Australia. Standing inside the stone cells gives an eerie insight into the hardships and brutality of convict life in early Van Diemen's Land.

Not so confronting is the Hobart Town Historical Model Village where you can learn about the life of settlers in Hobart in the 1820s.