City Hop-On Hop-Off
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City Hop-On Hop-Off

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WHY YOU SHOULD GO

Double Decker Bus, Hop-On Hop-Off, ticket valid for 24 hours, Tasmanian Food Discovery Tour Upgrade Option

Highlights

Choose from 20 different stops featuring the best sights and attractions in and around Hobart. Hop on and off as many times as you like or stay on-board and do the guided 90-minute loop – the choice is yours! Open-top double decker buses are wheelchair accessible and provide unrivaled views of this beautiful city. Use your pass as many times as you like... the best value sightseeing ticket!

Inclusions

  • Guided 90 minute Loop Tour
  • Bus pass valid for 24 hours

Exclusions

  • Optional gratuities
  • Hotel pickups

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ITINERARY

Hop-On Hop-Off or stay on-board for a 90-minute guided city loop tour or do both! Ticket is valid for 24 hours and will take you around to all major attractions of Hobart.
Choose from 20 different stops featuring the best sights and attractions in and around Hobart. Hop on and off as many times as you like or stay on-board and do the guided 90-minute loop – the choice is yours! Open-top double decker buses are wheelchair accessible and provide unrivalled views of this beautiful city. Use your pass as many times as you like... the best value sightseeing ticket!
Hop onboard and enjoy professional and informative commentary that is available in English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin and Spanish. Complimentary earphones are available from your driver.

Highlights of this tour

Hop On - Hop Off at 20 stops around Hobart's attractions:
Stop A - Tasmanian Travel Centre (visitor information, Mawson’s Huts Replica Museum, souvenir shops, cafes, restaurants and bars,)
Stop B - Brooke Street Pier (Red Decker Shop, unique Tasmanian wares along with waterside cafes and restaurants, departure point for MONA ferry and Peppermint Bay cruise)
Stop C - Salamanca Place (1850s waterfront warehouses, Salamanca markets every Saturday, galleries, restaurants, boutique retail, Parliament House)
Stop D - Princess Park (Mulgrave Gun Battery, Hobart Signal Station and former Harbour Master's Residence, pirate ship playground)
Stop E - Battery Point (1830s historical buildings, Narryna Heritage Museum, cafes, restaurants and gift shops,)
Stop F - St Georges Church (St Georges Anglican Church, Battery Point ship yards)
Stop G - St Georges Terrace (Army Museum of Tasmania, panoramic views of surrounding Sandy Bay, Dynnyrne and Lower Sandy Bay suburbs, short walk to Sandy Bay)
Stop H - Wrest Point (casino, restaurants and bars, short walk to Derwent Sailing Squadron and Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania, scenic walk to Sandy Bay’s popular Long Beach)
Stop I - Sandy Bay Village (boutique shops, diverse array of restaurants, coffee shops and bars)
Stop J - Cascade Brewery (bar and café, brewery tours, Cascade Gardens, Hobart Rivulet Walking Track, walk to Cascades Female Factory)
Stop K - Female Factory (Cascades Female Factory Historic Site, heritage tours, “Her Story” theatrical depiction of the harsh life at the factory for female convicts and their children)
Stop L - South Hobart Village (antiques and collectables, shops, cafes and restaurants)
Stop M - Village Cinema (Hollywood blockbusters and art-house films, interactive fun and arcade games, Centre Point Shopping Centre)
Stop N - Hobart CBD (major retail centre, Elizabeth Street Mall, Cat & Fiddle Arcade, cafes, restaurants, bars and fast food outlets)
Stop O - Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (learn about Tasmania’s unique and fascinating history, talks, tours and school holiday activities)
Stop P - Maritime Museum (static and floating exhibits of Tasmania's maritime history, walk to Constitution Dock’s waterfront seafood restaurants)
Stop Q – Hobart Convict Penitentiary (National Trust Property, take a tour of the 1830s gaol and criminal courts)
Stop R - Aquatic Centre (Olympic swimming pool and fitness centre, walk to Hobart Cenotaph, Soldiers Memorial Avenue and University Rose Gardens)
Stop S - Botanical Gardens (Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, stroll through 14 hectares of Australia’s premier cool climate garden, restaurant and gift shop on site)
Stop T - Victoria Dock (Hobart’s main commercial fishing dock, fresh seafood restaurant and fish punts, cafes, bars, galleries and boutique stores)
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