kunanyi

kunanyi / Mt Wellington is a special place with unique natural and cultural qualities, and forms part of Wellington Park. Similar to a national park but uniquely different in many other ways, with an area of 18,250 hectares it is one of the larges reserves in Tasmania outside of the Tasmanian World Heritage Area.
5 Activities to do in Hobart in 2020

5 Activities to do in Hobart in 2020

You’ve probably heard of Pennicott Wilderness Journeys, MONA, Salamanca Market and kunanyi/Mt Wellington and if you haven’t, then there is a reason why they are top of the list for many Hobart visitors. We may be slightly biased but we think a guided walk on Hobart’s mountain is right up there with the best. Here’s five more activities that are worthy contenders… 

The 5 best walks on kunanyi / Mount Wellington

The 5 best walks on kunanyi / Mount Wellington

Here are my favourite five walks on kunanyi / Mt Wellington, after all a visit to Hobart is not complete without a visit to ‘the mountain’ which is part of Wellington Park and can be accessed just minutes from the city centre. So, lace up your hiking boots, grab a map, strap on a backpack and hit the trails… 

Our backstory

Our backstory

It’s late 2018 and Ciara and I are about to launch Walk on kunanyi, offering Hobart’s only dedicated kunanyi / Mt Wellington guided walks.

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