After visiting the Salamanca Market we had time in the afternoon to drive up to Mount Wellington. It was a very interesting steep drive all the way to the top.
Mount Wellington, officially kunanyi / Mount Wellington, incorporating its Palawa kani name, is a mountain in the southeast coastal region of Tasmania, Australia. It is the summit of the Wellington Range and is within the Wellington Park reserve.
The mountain rises to 1,271
It was a little too cloudy when we were at the summit to get a good view of the city of Hobart which was a shame, but an interesting visit all the same.
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This brings back memories – I absolutely loved Mount Wellington when I was there. Enjoying reading about your Tasmania adventure, and seeing your amazing photos!
Thanks for the positive comments Kerry