Take your time and enjoy the drive up to lookout. Enjoy a drink at the fresh spring. Plenty of wildlife if you are careful to look. Great on a windy day!!
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Even on a warm day in Hobart, the mountain can be 10 degrees cooler, and much windier, so pack accordingly. We went up via the Hobart Express Shuttle, which, for $30 was a good way to travel there and back (getting an adequate 30 mins...More
Views amazing on the drive up and at the summit. Be mindful it is rather cold and windy. Cloud cover was passing through when we were there, didn't detract from the views.Toilets available at summit but no cafe. Don't forget your camera!
Amazing views, you see the Derwent River, Bruny Island to the Tasman Peninsular and so much more (Hobart). At night the lights and stars are also worth the effort. However, I haven't been there when the wind hasn't been blowing hard. Take jumpers.
Mt Wellington towers over the city of Hobart and while Charles Darwin was most unflattering about it when he visited on the Beagle, not only is it a backdrop for all the photos of the city taken from Constitution Dock, it shelters the city from...More
Well worth the trip for the incredible views over Hobart, We were lucky enough to see snow on the mountain in October. There was even a little snowman up there.
Very misty & cloudy, had snow a week earlier, was only about 5 deg cel, but was still good alpine atmosphere.