Wellington Park provides a range of tourism and outdoor opportunities in an area of outstanding natural beauty that is close to Hobart. From sightseeing to bushwalking, mountain biking to four wheel driving, the range of activities is extensive.

Visitors on Mount Wellington, image courtesy Tourism Tasmania

The mountain is undoubtedly one of the most important tourist destinations in Tasmania with local, interstate and overseas visitors. It is estimated that at least 300,000 people visit the Park per year.

Historically, the area has been an important destination for locals and visitors, from the explorations of the early naturalists, to the hut culture in the late 1800s.

Today the Park means different things to different people. Locals testify to the rich meaning of the area, valuing it as a place for peace and perspective, an escape to nature, and a playground for outdoor activities.

For information on tours contact the Tasmanian Travel and Information Centre.

More information is available on Tasmania’s tourism industry, and touring opportunities for visitors to the State. Guidebooks to Wellington Park and other publications are listed on this site.

There are various tourism and recreation research opportunities. For further details contact the Manager.