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What are the best national parks near Hobart?

Mount Field National Park

Even if you’ve only booked flights Hamilton to Hobart for a weekend, you need to consider visiting Mount Field National Park. It’s approximately an hour and 30 minutes' drive outside of Hobart and it's home to some of the most incredible vistas, walks and wildlife. Russell Falls is probably the main attraction but the diverse plants and fern forests are not to be missed. The park is filled with platypus, which you might be able to catch a glimpse of as well. Eastern quolls, the eastern barred bandicoot and several rare birds can also occasionally be seen in the park too. Skiers and snowboarders with Hamilton to Hobart flights may also be surprised to find that you can ski and snowboard in the park. If you book tickets to Hobart from Hamilton during autumn, you’ll also be able to witness the incredible natural light show at Tarn Shelf when the slopes turn from red to gold.

Hartz Mountains National Park

Hartz Mountains National Park is just over 80 kilometres from Hobart, which should take you around an hour and 30 minutes' if you travel by car. If you’re able to grab cheap flights to Hobart from Hamilton, then consider hiring a car for your stay. While Hobart is a relatively compact city, surrounding national parks like Hartz Mountains give you the opportunity to see the state’s incredible natural beauty.

Hartz Mountains National Park was shaped by ancient glaciers and has mountain peaks for as far as the eye can see. Bushwalkers with Hamilton to Hobart flights will also find some of the best walks at the park. On any one of the bushwalks, you’ll be able to see waterfalls, glacial lakes, wildflowers and much more.

Mount Wellington

At around 15 kilometres from the city centre, Mount Wellington is the easiest park to get to from Hobart and for that reason, by far the most popular with both locals and visitors with flights from Hamilton to Hobart. The scenic reserve is the city’s main gateway to the bush, boasts fantastic views of Hobart and is free to visit all year round, 24/7. Most visitors like to visit the pinnacle, which you can get to by bus or, if you’re feeling very energetic, by hiking to the very top. You can also visit the Springs, which has a fantastic little cafe or head somewhere quiet for a picnic.


What are the best things to do in Hobart?

Battery Point

Battery Point is a gorgeous little suburb that dates back to the early 1800s when Hobart was first established by British settlers. Today, it has many little boutiques, cafes and one of the best parks in the city: Princes Park. Despite now being one of the city’s trendier areas, the suburb has not lost its historical charm. The old cottages and walking paths remain largely the same since they were first erected all the way back in the 1800s. If you’re booking Hamilton to Hobart return flights, Battery Point is also a great place to stay, with a variety of transport links to other main attractions in the city.

The wineries

A short 20 minutes' drive from Hobart’s city centre is the Coal River Valley, Tasmania’s main wine region. There are a number of wine tours running out of Hobart including Boutique Wine Tours Tasmania, Drink Tasmania Premium Tours and Ageing Barrel Tours. The Coal River Valley isn’t just about quality wine; the region is also home to some fantastic restaurants. Coal River & Co, Coal River Farm and Neptune Palace are all worth visiting as well. Whether you’re passionate about food and wine, or simply want to absorb some of Tasmania’s fantastic natural beauty, Coal River Valley is a must-visit area for visitors with flights Hamilton to Hobart.

Farm Gate Markets

Not quite as well known as the Salamanca markets, the Farm Gate Markets are a big favourite with Hobart residents. If you’re booking Hamilton to Hobart flights and want to live more like the locals, then head to the markets on a Sunday morning. There are food trucks, fantastic local arts and crafts, plenty of seating and live musicians playing throughout the day.


Transport options from Hobart Airport

Rental car - If you want to rent a car when you book flights Hamilton to Hobart, there are many options nearby Hobart Airport (HBA) including Avis, Europcar and Thrifty.

Shuttle bus - Hobart City Express runs from Hobart Airport into the city with buses departing every 30 minutes. The trip usually takes around 30 minutes'.

Taxi - Taxis are widely available at the airport, or you can book ahead with Hobart Airport Taxis, United Taxis or Taxis Australia, which can sometimes be cheaper depending on where you’re travelling.