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What to do in Hobart during winter
Museum of Old and New Art (MONA)
Winter temperatures in Hobart can fall to single figures, but there are still plenty of activities to do when you want to esccape the outdoor chill. The Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) is one of the most popular places with both locals and visitors with flights Tauranga to Hobart, particularly during winter. The world-renowned museum sits by the Derwent River and has three underground levels filled with an array of awe-inspiring art and artefacts. Owner David Walsh established the museum in 2011 with the intention of creating something that would stun and inspire everyone; not just people who traditionally go to museums. If you’ve booked Tauranga to Hobart flights as a family, group or couple, MONA is unlikely to disappoint. It’s open daily and is a great place to spend some time during a cold winter’s day.
Mawson’s Huts Replica
The Mawson’s Huts Replica on the city’s waterfront is an identical copy of the Antarctic huts Sir Douglas Mawson’s crew used during their two year expedition. It gives you insight into the crew’s harrowing experience and their daily rituals. For those interested in Antarctic exploration, the huts are one of the best places to visit in Hobart.
Cascade Brewery is Australia’s oldest brewery and is a hugely enjoyable way to spend a wintry afternoon in Hobart. If you’ve booked Tauranga to Hobart flights with friends or as a couple, consider taking a tour. As well as learning about how beer is made, you’ll be able to sample the different ales, stouts and lagers the brewery has on offer. There’s also a restaurant so you can grab a bite to eat and wash it down with a tasty beer without leaving the building.
Experience Mount Wellington during winter
Even in winter, Mount Wellington is still one of the best things to do in Hobart. You might not want to hike to the top, but if you take one of the tour buses, like the Mount Wellington Explorer, they can take you to the summit and back in around 2 hours. At 1270 metres above sea level, you’ll get incredible views of the city and the surrounding area. It also tends to be slightly quieter during winter so you’ll fewer other visitors obstructing your views of the stunning scenery.
How do I get from Hobart Airport into the city?
Hire a car
With long, winding roads and incredible natural beauty, Tasmania is one of the best places for driving enthusiasts. If you want to hire a car when you book Tauranga to Hobart return flights, there are several providers to choose from including Alamo, Bargain Rentals, Europcar and Enterprise. You can pick your rental car up from Hobart Airport (HBA). The drive into the city is also particularly enjoyable as you’ll be able to cross the iconic Tasman Bridge. From Hobart Airport, it should take you around 20 to 30 minutes to get into the city centre, depending on traffic.
The SkyBus Hobart runs from Hobart Airport into the city and operates 365 days a year, so is an option whenever your Tauranga to Hobart flights arrive. Buses depart every 30 minutes and the trip itself takes approximately 30 minutes. A single adult ticket is $19.50 AUD ($21 NZD) or $36 AUD ($38 NZD) for a return. If you’ve managed to grab some cheap flights to Tauranga from Hobart for the whole family, you can get a SkyBus ticket for $78 AUD ($83 NZD).
There are generally always taxis at the arrivals terminal if you would prefer to get into the city quickly. Hobart Airport Taxis, Taxis Australia, United Taxis and Uber are some of the available operators. A taxi from Hobart Airport to the city centre is likely to cost around $30 AUD ($32 NZD) or $40 AUD ($43 NZD) and should take around 20 minutes.
What are the top things to do and see for groups in Hobart?
If you’ve bought some tickets to Hobart from Tauranga with friends, consider doing a Hobart food tour. There are a number of day experiences available from the likes of Gourmania Food Tours Tasmania and Taste of Tasmania. They can provide you with a great guide to some of Tasmania’s best food and wine locations.
You don’t need to be a wine connoisseur to enjoy the wineries of Tasmania. The Coal River Valley — a 20-minute drive from Hobart — is home to the majority of the great wineries in the region. As it’s so close to the city, the cellar doors here are very popular with both locals and tourists with flights to Hobart - so booking ahead for tastings can be wise. Some of the top wineries include Puddleduck, Observatory Hill Vineyard, Pooley Wines and Frogmore Creek Winery.