Port Arthur

Port Arthur is considered Australia’s most intact convict site. With more than 30 buildings, ruins, and period homes with impressive architecture and beautiful gardens, Port Arthur is one of the must-see locations when you are in Tasmania.

Cradle Mountain

If you like bushwalking or hiking, you ought to visit here. This is situated within the North West region in the state and it is a common place to go for walking enthusiast.

Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens

credit: Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens (RTBG)

Located near the city center and are home to historic plant collections and a large number of significant trees, some dating back to the nineteenth century.

Mount Wellington

Stands right behind the city of Hobart. When it is not covered in snow, there are many walking trails to explore its heavily forested slopes. Near the top is an enclosed look out which provides spectacular views of the city below.