Need some air? Looking for a weekend getaway? We have you covered! Come down for air, unwind and take some days off exploring Hobart and beyond.

Explore Tasmania’s capital city, with the quirky MONA – Museum of Old & New Art and unplug and recharge in the wilderness of the state’s oldest National Park.

Explore the vibrant waterfront city of Hobart, ascend Mt Wellington for impressive views of southern Tasmania and beyond to the Southern Ocean.

Visit the controversial exhibits at MONA, Australia’s largest private art collection. Travel to the oldest National Park in the state to unwind and take in all its natural beauty, looking at the tallest flowering trees in the world.


  • 3 day car hire
  • 2 nights’ accommodation
  • 2 x breakfast
  • MONA Ferry
  • Entry to MONA
  • National Park Pass

Car hire includes unlimited kilometers, airport surcharges, optional liability cover, additional driver charges, administration fee and vehicle registration

Day 1 / Friday             ARRIVAL HOBART & MT WELLINGTON / kunanyi 

Welcome to Tasmania! Arrive at Hobart airport and pick up your rental vehicle. Spend the day exploring Tasmania’s capital. Hobart is a quaint city which features many preserved colonial sandstone buildings. Take a scenic drive to the alpine wilderness of Mt Wellington (Kunanyi), the 1270m peak, which provides the dramatic backdrop to the city and offers stunning views (weather dependent). You might like to venture along one of the many tracks. Wellington Park is home to lots of local wildlife, such as the long–nose potoroo, pademelons, bettongs, southern brown and eastern barred bandicoots, possums and eastern quolls.

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Meals: —
Accommodation: Hobart Accommodation

Day 2 / Saturday                    SALAMANCA MARKET & MONA

In the morning you might like to take a stroll over the popular Salamanca Market (Saturdays only), where you will find quality local handcraft, food and music. Enjoy a scenic ferry ride on the Derwent River to MONA, the Museum of Old &New Art, one of the world’s most unique and controversial museums. You will have time to view the largest private art collection in Australia. With its fascinatingly eclectic blend of ancient and modern art it is truly an exceptional experience. Venture out to indulge in Tassie’s local produce in the evening. Treat yourself to some fresh seafood, visit one of the many local breweries and distilleries or go for a short walk to North Hobart – Tassie’s version of Melbourne’s Lygon Street or Sydney’s King Street. We have you covered with insider tips.

Activities: Return Ferry to MONA, Entry to MONA
Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Hobart Accommodation

Day 3 / Sunday                       MT FIELD NATIONAL PARK

Escape the city and  Tasmania’s national parks cover a diversity of unspoiled habitats and ecosystems with plants and animals found nowhere else on Earth. Travel through the picturesque Derwent Valley dotted with orchards, hop fields and quaint reminders of the historic origins of the area to one of Tasmania’s oldest and most diverse national park – Mount Field. Explore the green forest canopy where you crane your neck to see some of the tallest flowering trees in the world. The majesty of Russell Falls is revealed after a short stroll through the lush rain forest. This cool temperate rainforest gives you the opportunity to search for some of Tasmanians 12 endemic bird species including Scrubtit, Black Currawong and Tasmanian Thornbill.

Activities: National Parks Pass
Meals: Breakfast