How Many Days Do You Need For Tasmania?

What is there to do in Hobart for 4 days?

Here are the best things to do in Hobart:

  • Hobart's Historic Waterfront Area. Hobart Waterfront is not to be missed when visiting the city.
  • Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.
  • Salamanca Markets.
  • Battery Point.
  • Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens.
  • MONA (Museum of Old and New Art)
  • Mount Wellington.
  • Mount Nelson.
  • How many days does it take to drive around Tasmania?

    The Lap of Tasmania route [map] is around 1,500km long, and we feel that you should allow at least 7 days (this itinerary shows you how). Ideally, we recommend 14 days or more to drive around Tasmania (especially if you are in a caravan).

    Is it better to stay in Hobart or Launceston?

    If you enjoy a picturesque city with a world class views then Hobart is better. If you like touring around and visiting charming towns, wineries, national parks and attractions then Launceston is slightly better. If you like historic attractions, wildlife, beaches and agriculture then Hobart is slightly better.

    How can I spend 5 days in Hobart?

  • Day 1: Explore Hobart (Fly in the morning)
  • Day 2: Drive up to Bicheno (3 hours)
  • Day 3: Explore Freycinet National Park.
  • Day 4: Drive down to Port Arthur and Tasman Island (3 hours)
  • Day 5: Bruny Island Foodie Day trip.
  • What is the best route around Tasmania?

    20 best road trips to take in Tasmania

  • 1/20. Hobart > Richmond > Port Arthur (110KM)
  • 2/20. Hobart > Orford > Coles Bay > St Helens (308KM)
  • 3/20. St Helens > Derby > Bridport > Launceston (198KM)
  • 4/20. Cradle Mountain > Strahan (147KM)
  • 5/20. Lake St Clair > New Norfolk > Hobart (175KM)
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  • What is the wettest month in Tasmania?

    June is the most wet month. This month should be avoided if you are not a big fan of rain. December is the driest month. January is the most sunny month.

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