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Tasmania (Hobart) Cruises

Top Cruise Lines Departing from Tasmania

  • Princess Cruises
  • Holland America Line
  • MSC
  • P&O Australia

Things To Do in Tasmania


Hobart is the capital city of Tasmania and also the largest city on the island. With mild temperatures and beautiful scenery, it is one of the best Australian cities to visit any time of the year.

Always bustling with activity, Hobart is home to over 40% of Tasmania’s entire population and will often host over a million tourists in a year. The city is the prime location to experience every part of Tasmanian culture:

  • Contemporary art
  • Thriving markets
  • Historic landmarks
  • The skyline dominated by Mount Wellington

Hobart’s waterfront – the heart of the city, where you will find:

  • Some of the finest restaurants and bars
  • Art galleries
  • Fishing boats selling the local classic of fresh fish and chips
  • Mawson’s Huts Replica Museum – home to stories of Antarctic exploration

The history of this fascinating city doesn’t stop there. Tasmania is an island filled with convict sites, notably Hobart’s Cascade’s Female Factory. Tours around these world heritage sites can take you on an educational and important journey through Australia’s past.

MONA, the museum of old and new art, is one of Hobart’s main attractions:

  • Witness David Walsh’s $100 million-dollar collection of art and antiques
  • Visit the Moorilla Winery and enjoy a meal at one of the on-site restaurants
  • Take part in the MONA FOMA Festival in January, its filled with music and art

If your Tasmania cruise sails around June, you’ll be just in time for the Dark Mofo Festival, that celebrates centuries-old winter solstice rituals.

As well as being home to cosy and innovative bars, Hobart is also rich in distilleries and wineries:

  • Explore the Lark Whiskey Distillery
  • Taste a craft beer at the Shambles Brewery
  • Enjoy a drink inside a renovated bus which is the Preachers Bar

The Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race also takes place on the island and is a big draw to tourists.


Burnie is a port city on the north-west coast of the Australian Island. Burnie is a city that prioritizes its art and culture. The Maker’s Workshop is known for supporting local artists and is a place where they can demonstrate their trade and display their work.

At the right time of year, you’ll find a number of little penguins nestled on the coastline.

The Best Time to Visit Tasmania

The summer months of December, January and February are the best to visit Tasmania, despite the tourist crowds and high rates.

The weather is at its most comfortable, so you can enjoy the island’s many natural wonders and outdoor activities.