The perfect introduction to the city of Hobart. Join our expert trained guide with extensive knowledge of Hobart's buildings, places and colonial heritage. The tour includes Salamanca, waterfront, CBD, Constitution Dock and Parliament House!
Date: Monday 27 November 2023
Time: 10am – 12pm
Meet: Hotel Grand Chancellor Lobby (Your guide will be wearing a bright blue hat and carrying a bright blue folder with Hobart Walking Tours printed on it)
Cost: $38 per person
Tickets can be purchased during the registration process. Please note minimum numbers apply for the tour to proceed.
Things to bring
You only need to bring things for your own comfort while outdoors for 2-3 hours.
Hobart is well known for it’s glorious range of weather conditions – often on the same day – so check the weather forecast and dress accordingly.
For hot sunny days: hats, sunglasses, sunscreen and a water bottle are recommended.
Rain is not usually an issue as we are the second driest city in Australia. When it does rain, it’s often in short showers which we can manage with undercover stops. A rain jacket or umbrella is a good option just in case. Our tours go ahead regardless of the weather. We do not cancel tours just because the weather looks interesting.
Particularly with the afternoon tours, the temperature can drop toward evening so a jumper or jacket is recommended even if it’s quite warm to begin with. Generally a nice southerly breeze springs up to surprise the unwary – so a light windproof is useful.
Comfortable walking shoes are essential. While there are a number of stops where you can sit down, you will still be on your feet for most of the time.
Food and beverages are not included but we are very happy to recommend places you can go after the tour to buy all the souvenirs, food and beverages your heart desires.