Historic Walking Tours of Hobart

Our Historic Hobart Walking Tours

Hobart Historic Walk

Visiting the Abel Tasman monument on a walking tour of Hobart with Hobart Historic Tours

Discover our city on foot on a Hobart walking tour and hear the fascinating stories of how Tasmania’s capital city was established and how it became the vibrant waterfront city it now is. Your local guide will identify the heritage listed buildings and tell the stories of the early characters and issues that were major influences in the early days of Hobart. (Wheelchair friendly). More information here.

Grand Hobart Walk

A day tour of Hobart with Hobart Historic Tours. Walking tour of Battery Point.

Combining the Hobart Historic Walk with a tour of Salamanca and Battery Point, this 3 hour experience with your local guide will give you in depth insights into Hobart’s past and present. Explore sandstone-lined alleys the historic waterfront and enjoy the beautiful architecture of old-town Hobart. More information here.

Old Hobart Pub Tour

Old Hobart Pub Tour with Hobart Historic Tours

Join your local guide on a journey through 200 alcohol soaked years of enterprise, hardship and hilarious tales at some of our old waterfront taverns. Enjoy a drink (own purchase, no obligation) as you learn of Hobart’s underbelly through stories of pubs, brothels, smugglers, convicts and some rip-roaring characters who played an unforgettable part in the murky yet fascinating history of Hobart. More information here.

Private Hobart Walking Tours

Walking the streets of Battery Point on a Hobart walking tour with Hobart Historic Tours

If you are looking for exclusive and completely personalised and customised Hobart walking tours, you may like to contact us for one of our private tours. Enjoy walking Hobart’s historic hotspots with your private guide and listening to some of the great stories about Hobart’s rich history. Departure times for private walking tours are completely flexible.  More information here.

Walking tours depart from the Hobart Travel & Information Centre on the corner of Davey and Elizabeth Streets.