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Hobart Highlights

Summit of Mt Wellington

Get ready for a day of culture, lifestyle art, adventure, nature, produce and wildlife. As we leave no stone unturned.

Salamanca Market

Mount wellington, wicked cheese, discover bruny island.

Bruny Island

Arguably Tasmania's best day trip! At the end of this day, you will understand why the tourist numbers have doubled in the past 4 years! Bruny Island has a little bit of everthing mainland Tasmania has - world class beaches, national parks, rugged coastline and native wildlife matched with the finest local produce from the ocean and the land

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Cradle Mountain

The only Cradle Mountain day tour departing from Burnie

On arrival, you'll have 4.5 hours to explore this world-renowned landmark and be reinvigorated by mother nature's vibes in the amazing ancient forests of this world heritage wilderness site.

Port Arthur and the Tasman Peninsula

Port Arthur and the Tasman Peninsula

The historical site isn't the only reason people flock to Port Arthur. Whilst docked here, don't miss the chance to explore outside of the sandstone walls of the historic site. The Tasman Peninsular offers so much! Picturesque landscapes, spectacular rock formations, breathtaking views of some of the tallest sea cliffs in the Southern Hemisphere and so much more. A perfect 3 hour tour isn't complete without the accompaniment of fine local produce, which Tasmania is known and loved for. Which is why we will take you to the Blow Hole where you can purchase fresh local seafood in a spectacular setting. We will also call into the Port Arthur Lavender Farm and Federation Chocolate where you can treat yourself if you have a sweet tooth!

Highlights of the tour include:

  • Lavender Farm - wander around the grounds, opportunity to buy something to eat and drink and browse their gift shop.
  • Devils Kitchen and the Tasman Arch - amazing natural rock formations and a viewing platform of some of the tallest sea cliffs in the Southern Hemisphere and views of the Southern Ocean.
  • Blow Hole - A chance to buy some lunch and sample some of Tasmania's finest and freshest seafood at the famous food stall. (Cash sales only)
  • Federation Chocolate - If you have a sweet tooth, then a nibble on some free samples will top off your lunch! An opportunity to purchase some produce and souvenirs.

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A Tasmania cruise takes you to the gorgeous island state of Australia, located southeast of the mainland. With an interesting history as an old penal colony, and its massive national park reserves, Tasmania sometimes seems like another world. However, cool Hobart will bring you back to the present day with its cutting edge cuisine, world-class museums and shopping, and wine tasting rooms. Visitors on a cruise to Australia will have a blast exploring the city and its surrounding nature.

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Top sights & attractions for cruises to hobart, mount wellington lookout.

For one of the best – if not the best – views when you cruise to Tasmania, you’ll want to leave the city center of Hobart behind and drive to the top of Mount Wellington, a towering peak on the southeast side of the island. Mount Wellington stretches 4,170 feet into the air and has a lookout point at the top that boasts views of the city of Hobart below and the adjacent Bay of Hobart.

You don’t want to miss seeing the wildlife in Tasmania, particularly the Tasmanian devils, which are endemic to the island. Two excellent places to see them during Hobart cruises are at the Unzoo in Taranna near Port Arthur and the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary in nearby Brighton. Other wildlife you can see in Tasmania include kangaroos, koala bears, and penguins. 

Royal Tasmanian Botanical Garden

If you love flowers and gardens, or simply enjoy a leisurely walk in a beautiful setting, you’ll love visiting the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens during your Tasmania cruise. The gardens are located just over a mile from the city center of Hobart and date back to 1818. The features of the garden include historical aspects as well as botanical flora.

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Top things to do in hobart, mona museum and river ferry.

The MONA museum is a huge attraction for those on Hobart cruises, both literally and figuratively. MONA stands for the Museum of Old and New Art and is the largest privately funded museum in Australia. It has a contemporary vibe and houses unique pieces of artwork as well as engaging art exhibits. Outside of art, the museum is set in a picturesque location on the edge of the Derwent River. Located north of Hobart in Berriedale, taking a 25-minute river ferry from Brook Street Pier to MONA is a memorable way to get there.

Port Arthur Tour

One of the most interesting ways to learn about the penal colony past of Tasmania during Hobart cruises is to actually visit the former prison, Port Arthur, that housed the convicts. Take a tour with a guide to learn about what it was like to be prisoner or prison guard there over a century ago.

Wine Tasting

The countryside you’ll see on a Tasmania cruise includes beautiful vineyards and lovely wineries offering tastings. The wine country of Tasmania is especially known for its sparkling wines. The Riesling and Pinot Noir coming out of the wineries of Tasmania are also highly lauded.

Top Food and Drink Spots Near the Hobart Cruise Port

Don’t miss out on the varied and fresh cuisine in Tasmania. Hobart is home to a plethora of restaurants offering just about every type of cuisine. The restaurant scene is both edgy and traditional, and you’ll find the restaurateurs in Hobart serve up their food in settings like nothing you’ve experienced before. Look for seasonal menus featuring locally grown food and freshly caught seafood.

Culture & History of the Hobart Cruise Port

Hobart is the second-oldest city in Australia, settled just 16 years after Sydney. It’s situated on Tasmania, an island state of Australia located southwest of the mainland and surrounded by the deep blue Pacific Ocean. Once a timber station and previously a penal colony, today Tasmania is an island rich in culture and nature, and Hobart is at the heart of it all.

Hobart Port Facilities & Location

The cruise terminal for Hobart cruise ships is at Macquarie Wharf. All ship berths at Macquarie Wharf are within walking distance to downtown Hobart. Right outside the Tasmania cruise terminal, you’ll find shops selling crafts, souvenirs, and food.

Transportation in Hobart

The bus system in Hobart goes all around the city and beyond to the rest of the Tasmania. Most bus routes depart from Franklin Square or Elizabeth Street between Macquarie Street and Collins Street. In addition, you can take the Red Decker bus around, which is a hop-on, hop-off bus that stops at many of Hobart’s main attractions.

Shopping Near the Hobart Cruise Port

Hobart has many places to shop, including several shopping complexes that offer a lot of variety in one destination. The Cat and Fiddle Shopping Arcade offers fashion boutiques, specialty stores, and an animated clock that you can’t miss seeing at the top of every hour. Another mall worth visiting is Elizabeth Street Mall, which has many high street brands as well as national chain stores. For fashion outlets, head to Eastlands Centre in the Rosny Park area of Hobart, or Glenorchy Central Shopping Centre in the Glenorchy suburb of Hobart. 

If you cruise to Hobart on a Saturday, you don’t want to miss spending some time at Salamanca Market. The market features over 250 stalls selling souvenirs, food items, jewelry, arts and crafts, and much more. Haggling is welcome. If you aren’t there on Saturday, but instead cruise to Hobart on a Sunday, you can find more bargains at the Northgate Flea Market, which operates every Sunday in the car park of Northgate Shopping Centre.

Local Currency & Tipping Customs

Tipping isn’t obligatory, but it is appreciated, and a standard tip for good service while dining out in Hobart is 10% of your total bill. Generally, you won’t find a service charge already added to bills. Most businesses accept credit cards here. If cash is needed, the accepted currency in Tasmania is the Australian Dollar.

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Hobart (Tasmania Australia)

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Region Australia - New Zealand - Pacific Ocean Islands

Local Time 2024-06-09 16:47

Port Hobart cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Hobart, Tasmania Australia. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.

Hobart is Tasmania's main cruise port, having Australia's deepest harbour. The port is located on Derwent River, while the city's background is dominated by Mount Wellington. Hobart is the country's capital city located on Tasmania Island. The state is part of the Commonwealth of Australia and is approx 240 km (150 mi) south of mainland Australia.

The city has population around 220,000 and attracts bouth Australian and international tourists with its unique environment, rich heritage, numerous galleries and museums, festive events and festivals. Among the most popular is the annual "Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race". The race starts in Sydney NSW (on Boxing Day / the day after Christmas Day) and finishes in Port Hobart. The distance is approx 1170 km (730 mi). The yacht race is sponsored by Tasmania's Royal Yacht Club and is considered one of the world's most difficult ones.

The Port's cruising season starts in October and ends in April.

In Hobart is homeported the French icebreaker ship L'Astrolabe (2017-built). The ship operates on roundtrips to Antarctica, serving the Dumont d'Urville Station (France) located in Adelie Land.

Hobart cruise port statistics

For season 2013-2014, the Port handled a total of 64 cruise ship calls. During season 2016-2017, Tasmania ports served a total of 236,794 cruise ship tourists, which was a 45% increase over season 2015-2016. TasPorts handled a total of 95 cruise ship calls, including 22 in Port Arthur , 17 in Burnie , 6 in Wineglass Bay (located near Hobart, ranked among the world's top 10 beaches) and 1 at Flinders Island (in Bass Strait, located to the northeast of Tasmania).

During season 2016-2017, TasPorts invested USD 2,9 million in port upgrades - building new marine fenders (on the quay walls) and bollards (mooring posts) allowing large liners to dock in port. In December 2016, Port Hobart was visited by its largest cruise ship so far - RCI 's Ovation of the Seas .

For season 2018-2019, a total of 125 cruise liners were booked at ports Hobart and Burnie, another 29 in Port Arthur, and 6 to anchor off the island's east coast (Wineglass Bay / Freycinet National Park).

Following the Coronavirus crisis, for season 2022-2023, Port Hobart had booked/scheduled a total of 78 cruise ship calls (out of Tasmania's total 148). TasPorts' cruise schedule displayed 78x visits for Hobart, 33x for Burnie, 23x for Port Arthur, 6x for Bell Bay, 6x for Coles Bay, 2x for Devonport .

Hobart cruise terminal

Port Hobart's cruise ship terminal is located at Macquarie Wharf, with 3 dedicated berths. The passenger terminal has a waterfront location in downtown Hobart (Hunter Street), on the eastern docks. Most of the city's main sights are within easy walking distance.

The cruise port's closest to the city center berth is "Pier 1". The most distant berth is "Pier 3". The terminal's area is historically known as "Constitution Docks". Today, the area is well developed and has many shops selling gifts, souvenirs, hand-made crafts and arts, clothing, also several food and beverage/F&B venues.

The cruise terminal's facilities were last renovated in 2013. The refurbishment project's budget was AUD 7 million. The new "Macquarie Wharf 2" terminal building was inaugurated in October 2013. The first ship call was by the Sea Princess ship.

  • The new Terminal 2 offers as amenities and services waiting hall, visitor info services, retail shops (including locally-made crafts, gifts, duty-free jewelry), currency exchange.
  • The Hobart port's re-development project transformed the under-utilized wharf into a modern cargo facility plus a modern cruise passenger terminal. The project was based on extensive consultations with port customers, cruise companies and Australia's Antarctic logistics community.
  • The project included the installation of new internal walls, creating 3 sections for cruise terminal, Antarctic cargo handling areas, offices. New entry ramp was constructed. The old asbestos roof was removed and replaced with a new. A new road network manages better the cruise passenger traffic and includes 15 new bus bays.
  • Among the project's innovations were the use of natural light and ventilation in the terminal building,

The cruise ship terminal's waterfront location and facility size allow it to be used for various public events on non-ship days.

Wellington Park: all Tasmanian nature in one. The park offers a lot of opportunities for different activities including mountain bike trials, horse riding, four wheels driving, rock climbing and much more.

Louisa’s Walk: history tour (won several awards) that will surely fascinate and touch you. Interesting for children too.

Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary: interact with many sheltered animals.

Cascade Brewery: join some of the tours and taste the beer. The menu offers also gourmet food. You can also have your own beer personalized with photo and label.

Salamanca Market: located at the Salamanca Place streets. You can buy clothing, crafts, gourmet food, coffee, stalls and much more. The market is every Saturday.

Battery Point: wander among small cafes, historical and architectural sights that date since the begging of the 19th century.

Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) : the newest museum in the city.

Royal Tasmania Botanical Gardens: close to the city center is located the beautiful botanical garden. You can just spend some time walking in the amazing gardens or have a picnic with your company.

ZooDoo Fun Park: see many exotic animals, join the safari or feed kangaroos by hand.

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Hobart, Australia

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Tasmania's capital has much in common with Sydney. Founded but a few years later, Hobart also owes its origins to the establishment of a penal colony - and its natural setting is just as impressive. Seen from its fine deep-water harbor, Hobart spills over the lower reaches of the Derwent Valley as Mt. Wellington towers in the background. Much of the city's heritage is centered on the historic waterfront. North of the city stretches the vast parkland of the Queen's Domain. Many of Tasmania's other attractions are within easy reach of Hobart. With more than 90 National Trust buildings, Hobart, founded in 1804, combines colonial character with a sophisticated metropolitan lifestyle.

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  • Wildlife Parks (Bonorong Sanctuary)
  • Mount Field National Park & Russell Falls
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  • Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens
  • Mt. Nelson Signal Station

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This sanctuary is dedicated to rehabilitating and releasing Tasmania's injured and orphaned animals, including one of the largest kangaroo and wallaby free-ranging refuges, Tasmanian Devils, Koalas, Wombats, Wallabies and Golden Possums.

Settled in the early 1800s, this Georgian town has preserved much of its historic charm and is home to the oldest working bridge in Australia, as well as the oldest Roman Catholic church.

Discover an amazing diversity of plant life, from enormous tree ferns to alpine vegetation. Take a trail walk through the rainforests here and find some of the tallest trees in the world.

Once Australia's largest penal colony with upwards of 12,000 hardened British convicts that passed through its gates, now a tourist attraction and UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Australia's second oldest botanical gardens (established in 1818) features the nation's widest collection of temperate climate plants, Chinese collections, a Japanese garden and a Fuchsia house.

This semaphore station, with panoramic views of Hobart and the Derwent Estuary, was established in the 19th century to relay messages, such as a prisoner escaping, as quickly as possible between Hobart and the Port Arthur Penal Settlement.

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  10. Royal Caribbean announces new shore excursions for Australia, the South

    Royal Caribbean has launched a range of new shore excursions for Australia, the South Pacific and New Zealand, ... The tour will take guests to the top of the mountain for panoramic views to the city of Hobart, followed by a gentle, scenic bicycle tour through the magnificent alpine forest and terrain. ...

  11. 5 quick and easy tips for finding a great shore ...

    Google ("port name + tour") Sometimes the easiest way to find a shore excursion on your own is through a simple Google search. If you're looking for something to do in St. Maarten, for example, search "St. Maarten tour" on Google. You can customize this further if you wish, searching "St. Maarten tour kid friendly" if you're ...

  12. THE BEST Royal Caribbean Cruises to Hobart (with Prices) on Cruise Critic

    Find and plan your next Royal Caribbean cruise to Hobart on Cruise Critic. Choose from a variety of sail dates and departure ports for your Hobart Royal Caribbean cruise. Find a Cruise; Deals; Reviews; ... Inclusive shore excursions, unlimited Wi-Fi, open bar, meals & more! Visit au.ponant.com or talk to your preferred travel agent today. Show ...

  13. Simple tips to safely take a cruise ship shore excursion

    Here are our top tips for safely taking a cruise ship shore excursion at any port of call. 1. Book through the cruise line. One of the simplest ways to tour a port of call is by purchasing a shore excursion through Royal Caribbean. Although more expensive, shore excursions sold through Royal Caribbean have been carefully reviewed.

  14. THE TOP 10 Shore Excursions in Hobart (w/Photos)

    The best Shore Excursions in Hobart according to Viator travellers are: Shore Excursion: Hobart Highlights Day Tour; Shore Excursion-Hobart Wanderer; Maria Island Cruise and Guided Walk Day Tour with Lunch and Drinks; Mt. Wellington, Bonorong and Richmond Day Tour from Hobart; 7- 8 Hour StelaVino Guided Wine Tours From Hobart

  15. Excursions

    Description. View cruises with Hobart, Australia. Tasmania's capital has much in common with Sydney. Founded but a few years later, Hobart also owes its origins to the establishment of a penal colony - and its natural setting is just as impressive. Seen from its fine deep-water harbor, Hobart spills over the lower reaches of the Derwent Valley ...

  16. Best shore excursion in every Caribbean cruise port

    Guide to picking the perfect Royal Caribbean shore excursion; 7 ways to have a great time in port without a cruise ship shore excursion; Jenna Delaurentis. Jenna DeLaurentis enjoys exploring new ports of call around the world on a cruise ship, learning about new cultures, discovering beautiful landscapes, and trying diverse cuisine. ...

  17. Want to know our best shore excursion ...

    I should have been more specific - I meant a 3rd party company that is not providing excursions via RC sponsored excursions. They might have different age limits than those companies that Royals contracts with.

  18. Excursions : r/royalcaribbean

    here to review the shore excursion we took from navigator of the seas to cabo since i couldn't find any online specifically about the speedboat and snorkel excursion. we had a great experience with cabo adventures that we booked through royal caribbean. we booked it while on sale for $75 each. when we got to cabo, there were tender boats that ...

  19. Hobart, Tasmania

    Explore Hobart Historic Stroll shore excursions with Royal Caribbean. Start planning your next vacation by finding the best things to do on your cruise.