Hop On Hop Off Hobart City Sightseeing Tour

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Highlights & inclusions

24 or 48 hour Hop on Hop Off City Loop ticket
Informative commentary
City loop tour takes 90 minutes
See the best of Hobart
20 essential Hobart stops & sights
Great views from the top deck
or 4 payments of $10.00 with more info
Free cancellation up to 24 hours prior to experience

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Fri, Jul 19, 2024

What you can expect

See the best of Tasmania's capital at your leisure with this great value. Your choice of either a 24 or 48 hour Hop on Hop Off ticket which stops at 20 of Hobart's top attractions and must-see sights. Offering reasonably priced sightseeing flexibility, you'll be able to board and disembark the bus and get around Hobart as you wish, creating your own itinerary in a convenient and timely matter. The city loop that this sightseeing bus follows includes stops at essential Hobart highlights such as historic Battery Point, Salamanca Place, St. George's Church, the Cascade Brewery and much more - ideal for those visiting that won't be renting their own private transport.

The city loop tour takes 90 minutes in total, and is conducted via a comfortable and iconic double-decker bus, allowing you to take in views of the city from the open top deck, or take shelter below on days of inclement weather. With informative on-board commentary included, there's no better way to take in all of Hobart's essentials than a hop on, hop off bus tour. Valid for 24 or 48 hours, it's the ideal choice for any first-time Hobart holiday, so book yours online today!


What you need to know

  • No need to exchange or print their tickets or confirmation prior to travel that they just need to show their booking on a mobile device
  • 24 or 48 hour pass for hop on hop off Hobart city sightseeing bus
  • 90 minute city loop tour
  • Complimentary copy of Red Decker’s “The Official Sightseeing Guide to Hobart"
  • Professional informative commentary available in 8 languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, and Spanish
  • Complimentary earphones
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Your choice of 20 stops featuring Hobart's popular sights and attractions
  • See the best of Hobart at your own pace
  • Hop on hop off or stay on and enjoy the 90 minute City loop tour...or do both!
  • Comfortable, open top double decker bus with unrivalled views
  • Buses operate every day except Christmas Day 25th December __October – April (Summer Timetable)__
  • 9am, 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm & 3pm (departure times from Bus Stop A - Tasmanian Travel and Information Centre) __May – September (Winter Timetable)__
  • 10am, 11:30am, 1:30pm & 3pm (departure times from Bus Stop A - Tasmanian Travel and Information Centre)
Departure Location
  • Buses depart daily from Bus Stop A - Tasmanian Travel and Information Centre on the corner of Elizabeth & Davey Street in Hobart
  • Or hop-on and hop-off the bus at any of the following bus stops;
  • B. Brooke Street Pier- Franklin Wharf (near Brooke St intersection)
  • C. Salamanca Place- Princes Wharf No1 (outside main entrance)
  • D. Princess Park- Castray Esplanade (outside CSIRO)
  • E. Battery Point- Corner of Hampden Rd and Colville St
  • F. St Georges Church- De Witt St (near Cromwell St Intersection)
  • G. St Georges Terrace- St Georges Terrace (near Sandy Bay Rd)
  • H. Wrest Point Casino- Drysdale Place (outside main entrance)
  • I. Sandy Bay Village- Corner of Sandy Bay Rd and Queen St
  • J. Cascade Brewery- outside of Cascade Brewery
  • K. Female Factory- Corner of Cascade Rd and McRobies Rd
  • L. South Hobart Village- Corner of Macquarie St and Weld St
  • M. Village Cinema- Collins St (near Barrack St Intersection)
  • N. Hobart CBD- Collins St (near Murray St intersection)
  • O. Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery- Argyle St (near Davey St intersection)
  • P. Maritime Museum- Argyle St (near Davey St intersection)
  • Q. Hobart Convict Penitentiary- Corner of Brisbane St and Campbell St
  • R. Aquatic Centre- Liverpool St (opposite ABC building)
  • S. Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens- lower Domain Rd (outside main entrance)
  • T. Victoria Dock- Davey St (outside Zero Davey)
Additional Information
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Multilingual commentary available in English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, and Spanish
Booking Information
  • Confirmation in the form of a tour voucher will be received at time of booking
  • Upon completion of purchase, please print the voucher and present on day of the tour
  • For your information, complete Tour Operator Information including contact details is included on your tour voucher

Recent reviews

54 reviews

Great tour, friendly drivers, excellent information, great locations.

Great tour that goes to excellent locations. The experience has friendly and knowledgable drivers that provide great facts. Quality buses with clean seats. Easy to get to stops with multiple stops around all attractions. Great family, friend or even solo activity.

Kayley Hume over 3 years ago

The bus tour was really wonderful

The bus tour was really wonderful. With the nice GPS commentary guide, we were able to find more about the history of Hobart. We were able to see lots of places such as the battery point and cascade brewery. It is a must thing to do if your planning to visit Hobart.

Micah Jonah Elicano almost 5 years ago

What a great ride

What a great ride! Very easy to find the bus stops for the Red Double Decker bus hop on hop off tour in Hobart,all the bus drivers were very friendly and gave very informative information on all the key tourist sights and the history behind each of them, the timetables were set out so you could explore the areas you wanted and hop back on the bus to see another point of interest, I highly recommend this bus tour! 5 stars!

Carmen Jones over 5 years ago

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