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From Hobart, the most distinctive feature of Mount Wellington is the cliff of dolerite columns known as the Organ Pipes.
Going up the mountain provides magnificent views of Hobart. Always take a coat as it can be very cold and windy up there even if it seems like a nice day in Hobart
Walk, pedal, drive or catch a shuttle bus – there are many ways to get to Wellington Park but Pinnacle Road is the only vehicle route to the summit of Kunanyi / Mount Wellington.
You can usually drive to the top with panoramic views. Wear warm clothes even in summer.
Drive or walk to the summit and experience expansive views of Hobart, the Tasman Peninsula, South Arm and Bruny Island. A must for people visiting Hobart.
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