The section of Circle Track between Betts Vale Track and Shoobridge Track is closed due to a dangerous tree.
Welcome to the official website for information about Wellington Park – a natural reserve situated right on the doorstep of Tasmania’s capital city, Hobart. Park entrance fees do not apply, and there are no opening or closing hours.
Stroll through cool forested gullies along historic walking tracks or traverse Wellington Range in the saddle on horse or mountain bike. Four wheel drive along rough mountain trails, climb leaning dolerite towers, or sit quietly among the birds. Find the perfect place for a picnic or to flip a burger.
Be prepared for all weather conditions and carry wet weather gear on longer walks. Conditions change quickly, and temperatures are regularly below zero on the Pinnacle. Don’t get caught without your coat! Install the Emergency + app on your device, in case you need to provide your location coordinates in an emergency.
Pinnacle Road may be closed at any time of the year due to snow and ice or other severe weather conditions. Check the City of Hobart website for road closures.
See our visitor information page for further information.
Easily accessible from Hobart, Glenorchy and other regional areas, this reserve connects the city to the bush, and the mountains to the waterways. Park entrance fees do not apply, and there are no opening or closing hours. Note that the Park will be closed on any days with an Extreme or Catastrophic fire danger.
Do your research before you visit as there is no information centre in the Park. Download maps and publications or collect them from the local Service Tasmania shop. Check sightseeing and facilities information. Read about the natural and cultural values of Wellington Park and consider things to do in the Park.
The pinnacle observation shelter and toilets at the summit of kunanyi / Mount Wellington, are open to the public from 8am to 10pm during the period 1 September to 30 April and during the winter months (1 May to 31 August) from 8am to 4:30pm. The open air lookouts at the summit can be accessed any time.
Free Wi-Fi is now available in the observation shelter at the summit of kunanyi / Mount Wellington.
The City of Hobart is rejuvenating the iconic Organ Pipes and Pinnacle tracks on kunanyi/Mount Wellington and will be closing tracks between December 2017 and June 2018.
Results of Shared Use Trial on Pillinger Drive Track.
We advise all park visitors to install the Emergency + app on your smartphone and carry it at all times.
See the community news page for further information.
We would like to pay respect to the traditional and original owners of this land the muwinina [mou wee nee nar] people, to pay respect to those that have passed before us and to acknowledge today’s Tasmanian Aboriginal community who are the custodians of this land.