Hobart Walking Tours
Hobart History People and Places

Hobart History People and Places

Fascinating walking tour of Hobart’s waterfront including historic Hunter St, significant city locations & the famous Salamanca Place.

Beautiful historical buildings and  wonderful stories about the hard working convicts, explorers, entrepreneurs, villains and heroes of this convict-built city.

Small Groups
Professional Guide
$38 Adult, $25 Child

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Hobart’s Dark Past

Hobart’s Dark Past

Grim and grisly evening tour dripping with dark humour! Invasion, executions, smugglers, criminals, convicts and bush-rangers in the locations where many of Hobart’s grim events happened. Better than a ghost tour as all the tales are from real events.

Small Groups
Evening Tour
$38 Adults

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Historic Battery Point

Historic Battery Point

Soak up the elegance, beauty and history of this quiet and exclusive area full of grand Georgian homes and the beautifully restored cottages of Arthur Circus. Full of entertaining tales about government corruption, carousing vicars and shipping tycoons.

Small Groups
Battery Point Walk
$38 Adult, $25 Child

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Cruise Ship Shore Excursion

Cruise Ship Shore Excursion

Go ashore when your cruise ship pulls into Hobart, and learn about the city on a guided walking tour of Hobart. We have a range of tours with at least 2 walks each day. Friendly, informative guides, historic locations, beautiful colonial architecture and great stories. Click here to contact us for more details.

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To market, to market, to buy a….

To market, to market, to buy a….

It doesn’t take long before you realise there is more to Hobart than Salamanca Markets on Saturdays, but if markets really are the only reason you’ve come to Hobart, then here are some more for you:

Hobart Twilight Market

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What Style is that Hobart Building?

What Style is that Hobart Building?

Open House Hobart is a great once-a-year opportunity to explore Hobart’s fabulous architecture and see inside some of  our iconic buildings. This year we were very excited to offer two free 90 minute tours walking around the CBD, exploring the different styles and history attached to many of our wonderful heritage and modern Continue reading

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David Collins

David Collins

20th February, 1804 – Hobart Town First Settlers 1804 – Lieutenant Governor of Tasmania, David Collins When David Collins put his hand up for the job of Lieutenant Governor of Van Diemen’s Land, I bet they never went into detail about what he was in for: bushrangers, escaped convicts, disgruntled settlers, corrupt officers, poor supplies, Continue reading

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