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Rosny Point Lookout, Hobart

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  • I wouldn't especially go here as I don't think there is too much public transport but if you are driving back to the city for the Eastern Shore its worth skipping up there for a lovely view.  more »
  • Loved the short ride up to the Rodney Point Lookout to have a glimpse of Hobart City! Offers a great view of the sunset too! If you are looking for a place to see the view of the city on a height poin...  more »
  • It you are time poor or not interested in an hours drive to Mount Wellington this lookout offers good views over Western shore to city and surrounds also down towards river mouth and eastern shore. Al...  more »
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  • Great views up & down the Derwent including the Tasman bridge & Mt Wellington & across to Hobart. Could do with a bit of a clean up, there was A LOT of litter laying around.
  • Excellent panoramic views that are somewhat hindered by the tree height. Highly suggest going to Mt. Wellington after a visit here.
  • Very good spot to see Hobart from the other side of the river with the mountain as the backdrop. On a good day, you will be able to see out to the mouth of the river.
  • Great spot to get a panorama shot of Hobart, Mt Wellington and the Tasman Bridge. Grab some food and sit and eat. If it's cold you can see the views just as well from your car.
  • Lovely views of the Derwent river and of Hobart