Cruise to Hobart

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Hobart Cruises: Your guide to cruising to Tasmania's stunning capital

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Frequently asked questions

Hobart cruise highlights include the River Derwent, nearby Bruny Island, Salamanca Markets and Tasmania's scenic coastline.


If you’re keen to embrace the warmth, then a summer cruise between December and February is for you. Alternatively, the spring months of September to November are also popular, offering mild weather and vibrant landscapes.


Absolutely! Many cruises offer activities and excursions suitable for the whole family.


Most Hobart cruises include meals, often featuring Tasmanian cuisine and local produce. Check with your cruise line to confirm what is and is not included in your itinerary.


Duh! Tasmania is teeming with wildlife, with areas like Bruny Island known for seals, dolphins, ocean birds and more.


Itineraries can range from day trips on the Derwent River to week-long adventures around Tasmania.


Yes, many cruises offer local music, art, and culinary experiences like farm to table meals and regional cuisine.


We recommend packing some layers, as Tassie is no stranger to changing weather. Beyond that, bring the usual travel essentials like sun protection, your camera, comfortable walking shoes and an empty belly (ready for all of the epic local flavours).


Yes, there are a range of Tasmanian cruises that focus on wildlife watching, history, and wine tasting.


Hobart is well-connected by air and road, with the city's port being centrally located and accessible via private transfers and public transport.


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