I combined three short walks around the town to make a very pleasant afternoon stroll of around 2 1/2 hours and about 8km.
The track now follows a six kilometre section of the original tramway from the hills behind Margate to Kaoota Road.
The West Coast Wilderness Railway on Tasmania’s wild west coast uses the Swiss ‘Abt’ rack and pinion drive system to climb through mountainous terrain, one of the few surviving railways in the world to do so.
Hobart does a good line in autumn colour, and its parks and gardens are some of the best places to enjoy the spectacle
Spectacular views from this short but quite challenging walk on kunany / Mount Wellington
While many of the backyards adjoining the foreshore are fenced, others tumble informally out into the shared public space…
Once utilitarian storage and workshops for rivercraft, the boatsheds occupy a north-facing aspect in Cornelian Bay, a cove just to the north of central Hobart and the Tasman Bridge
Hobart offers a wealth of tracks and trails, offering abundant scenery and close encounters with key historical events and figures.