Battery Point Sculpture Trail

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Hobart, TAS 7000
+61 3 6223 3186


Battery Point Sculpture Trail is a must-visit tourist destination located in Hobart, Australia.

This scenic trail is named after the battery of guns that were established in 1818 as defense against French and Russian invaders. As you explore the trail, you will discover a significant part of the region's history and its rich culture, which has been preserved over the years.

The Battery Point Sculpture Trail is an easy and enjoyable walk that takes about an hour to complete. Along the way, you'll come across some stunning and unique sculptures that are beautifully displayed. Set against a natural backdrop, Battery Point is an ideal location for photography, and it is not surprising that it's a popular stop for tourists. Several sculptures along the trail provide amenities for those walking the trail.

Battery Point is considered one of Hobart's most significant cultural precincts, and it's not hard to see why. It is home to some of the city's oldest homes and buildings, including Arthur Circus, a charming circle of cottages built around a village green. Exploring the precinct gives visitors a chance to delve deeper into Tasmania's cultural heritage.

The best time to visit Battery Point Sculpture Trail is during summer (December-February) when temperatures range from 11°C (52°F) to 22°C (72°F). Tasmania's weather can be unpredictable, so it's always best to come prepared with extra clothing to stay warm.

Battery Point Sculpture Trail is located in Hobart, which is easily accessible by ferry, bus or car. If driving, take the A6 from the center of Hobart towards Sandy Bay, then turn left onto McTavish Street. After 200 meters, turn left on Hampden Road until you arrive at the trail


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Hobart, TAS 7000

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