Discovery Holiday Parks

Beautiful rolling hills and lush green fields, rugged bush land, the rich Derwent River with its river cruises, fishing and wildlife of black swans and ducks, and the imposing Mt Wellington are just some of the natural beauties to be enjoyed by those seeking solace. And for those city lovers, Hobart might be smaller on size as Australia's smallest capital city, but it is big on culture and contemporary life, with a dynamic art, music and theatre scene. Wander around the sandstone Georgian warehouses of Salamanca Place and Sullivan's Cove checking out craft shops, bookshops, restaurants and cafes, or just pass the time people watching. Make sure you visit the fabulous Salamanca Markets held on Saturdays where you can find a bargain and relax with coffee. With so much to see and do, you will need somewhere to stay that is central and relaxing. Discovery Holiday Parks - Hobart is the perfect spot. Nestled in a serene parkland, a short walk from Risdon Cove, near Mount Wellington, and with an easy drive to Hobart, everything is at your fingertips.
Beautiful rolling hills and lush green fields, rugged bush land, the rich Derwent River with its river cruises, fishing and wildlife of black swans and ducks, and the imposing Mt Wellington are just some of the natural beauties to be enjoyed by those seeking solace. And for those city lovers, Hobart might be smaller on size as Australia's smallest capital city, but it is big on culture and contemporary life, with a dynamic art, music and theatre scene. Wander around the sandstone Georgian warehouses of Salamanca Place and Sullivan's Cove checking out craft shops, bookshops, restaurants and cafes, or just pass the time people watching. Make sure you visit the fabulous Salamanca Markets held on Saturdays where you can find a bargain and relax with coffee. With so much to see and do, you will need somewhere to stay that is central and relaxing. Discovery Holiday Parks - Hobart is the perfect spot. Nestled in a serene parkland, a short walk from Risdon Cove, near Mount Wellington, and with an easy drive to Hobart, everything is at your fingertips.

Directions

From Hobart Airport turn left at roundabout onto A3 (Tasman Highway). Follow until just before Tasman Bridge and there will be a sign that says Lindisfarne/ Bridgewater. Turn right and you will be on the B32 (East Derwent Highway), follow that for about six kilometres and we are on the left hand side. Coming from the north (Launceston or Strahan) follow Highway 1 (Heritage Highway). Turn Left at Tattersals Park race course then over the Bowen Bridge and keep on following the road until you come to a roundabout. Turn right onto the East Derwent Highway and we are 200 metres up on the right hand side.