Settle in and indulge at Discovery Holiday Parks – Mornington, with its gorgeous views of Mount Wellington. Surround yourself with invigorating greenery, just 10 minutes from the bustling city centre. We’re ideally located to explore nearby Hobart and local towns.
There’s no shortage of attractions to entertain you and the kids in this beautiful and historic region. The daring can try a cable glide above the forest canopy above the Huon River. Cruise in a 23 metre catamaran and explore underwater without getting wet, using a Spy Ball camera, on a Peppermint Bay Cruise. The Transport Museum will please rail buffs - young and young at heart. Those who love wandering through markets will get a real buzz out of Salamanca, with its local craft and produce. Take a ghost hunting tour at historic Port Arthur, if you’re brave enough!
Discovery Holiday Parks – Mornington offers 3 star comfortable cabin and cottage accommodation in a relaxing environment. Feel like you’re a world away in our comfortable cabins with all the facilities you’ll need. You’ll love coming home after a busy day exploring the attractions. It’s a comfortable Park for couples and families with enough facilities to amuse everyone.
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THINGS TO SEE AND DO
Discover scenic Tasmania at its best along the Huon Trail. The adventurous will love the thrill of a cable glide high above the forest canopy. The Tahune Forest Air Walk is nothing short of spectacular. Wander boutique vineyards and World Heritage areas and enjoy the unforgettable breath-taking views.
Peppermint Bay Cruise
Enjoy the wind in your hair as you cruise down the gorgeous Derwent River on a luxurious 23 metre catamaran. The latest technology Spy Ball camera will get you to watery depths, without even getting wet. Feast on a three course lunch.
Port Arthur Historic Site
Take time to reflect on a long ago era and explore the Port Arthur Historic Site. The World-Heritage listed site is set amongst lush gardens on 40 hectares. You can even try paranormal gadgets in a ghost hunt.
Salamanca Place is a hub for the creative. There are dozens of shops, galleries and pubs to wander into. It’s also the home of the famous Salamanca Market every Saturday, and where you’ll find the finest local produce.
Tasmanian Transport Museum
Little and big kids who love railways will be thrilled by this amazing museum. Have a close look at the station master’s office and signal room. There are plenty of relics and photos to take you back to the good old days of rail.
Take a trip back in time when you visit Australia’s oldest convict bridge, goal Catholic Church and Post office, at Richmond. Built by convicts in 1823, this bridge is a special piece of the nation’s history and an amazing sample of architecture.