What to do in Tasmania

City of Hobart: Walking tours and podwalks

Take yourself on a tour of Hobart's public art tours: 

Walking tours include:

  • Urban Art Walls
  • Creative Hobart
  • Sculpture Trail

Visit the City of Hobart website for useful maps, brochures and how to download the podwalk.

 

Ten Days on the Island Festival

Celebrating Tasmania’s deep and wide connections to the world.  Ten Days on the Island was established by the Tasmanian Government in 2001 to create a statewide arts festival that gives Tasmanian artists and companies a chance to present new work to a wider audience, provides high quality international arts experiences, and helps to build the state’s arts infrastructure.

Held over three weekends, across the heartlands of Tasmania, the Festival culminates in Hobart 22-24 March 2019.  Watch the Ten Days on the Island website for details.

Under Down Under Tours

Under Down Under Tours

Under Down Under Tours is pleased to offer 15 National Rural Health Conference delegates a discount on a range of tours.

Just enter the NRHC code on the tours below and proceed to the payment section where the discount will be applied. Please note the code must be in capitals with no spacing.

Tours available on Saturday, 23rd March 2019 are now ready to book:

Sunday, 24 March 2019 delegate-only, Coal River Valley Tour

To book this tour contact the Under Down Under office directly on 03 6232 4800 or by email jody@underdownunder.com.au

Delegate-only tour Sunday 24th March 2019

  • 9 am pick up guests from Hobart accommodation
  • Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary including guided walk
  • Richmond Village including Richmond Bridge and Church
  • Coal River Farm
  • Wicked Cheese
  • Arrive back at Hotel Grand Chancellor, Hobart approximately 3 pm

Includes hire of vehicle and local tour guide, entry to Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary including guided walk, Coal River Farm cheese tasting, National Park fee

Excludes flights, visas, drinks and meals.

Cost: $125.00 p/p (gst inc)

To view full range of Under Down Under tours go to: www.underdownunder.com.au

Wondering what to do in Hobart? Not enough time to enjoy the Ten Days on the Island Festival?

Don't worry we have it sorted for you!Jane Haley

Here are some suggestions from Jane Haley, Chief Executive Officer of Ten Days on the Island

If I were in Hobart on Friday 22 March I would

If I had time on Saturday, 23 March 2019 I would:

if I completed the Friday 22 itinerary

if it was my first day in Hobart

  • Grab a coffee and go to see The Stance in the Elizabeth St Mall
  • Take a morning wander up to The Springs on kunyani/Mt Wellington for Bushland
  • Grab some lunch at one of the great cafes around Sullivan’s Cove waterfront or at the famous Salamanca market
  • Return to Plimsoll Gallery in Hunter St to see Pandemic
  • Grab some lunch at one of the great cafes around Sullivan’s Cove waterfront or at the famous Salamanca market
  • Head out to Glenorchy for a meal before attending Dust at the Don Bosco Creative Arts Centre

 

If I were in Hobart on Sunday 24 March I would

if I had completed the Friday 22 and Saturday 23 itineraries

if I had completed the Saturday 23 itinerary

if it was my first day in Hobart

  • Take a morning wander up to The Springs on kunyani/Mt Wellington for Bushland
  • Return to Plimsoll Gallery in Hunter St to see Pandemic
  • Grab some lunch at one of the great cafes around Sullivan’s Cove or Salamanca
  • Head out to Glenorchy for a meal before attending Dust at the Don Bosco Creative Arts Centre
  • Head out to Glenorchy for Dust at the Don Bosco Creative Arts Centre