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What are the top things to do and see in Devonport?
For a day out amongst nature, the Tasmanian Arboretum is a great place to head. Approximately 15 minutes from Devonport’s CBD by car, the arboretum houses a wide assortment of plants originating from all corners of the globe. Enjoy a stroll through the landscaped arboretum grounds after your flights from Adelaide to Devonport arrive or spend time exploring areas of natural bushland. Plan a visit to a few of the park’s scenic viewing points and soak up the beauty of the area, or, if you’re a wildlife lover, stop by the park's purpose built bird and platypus hides. Several self guided walks can be found within the arboretum, with guided tours also available.
Spirit of the Sea
Standing at five metres tall, the striking Spirit of the Sea sculpture overlooks the waters of Devonport’s Mersey River. Illuminated after nightfall, the bronze sculpture of Neptune greets those who travel to the city by boat, but can also be admired from the shore if you’ll be arriving on cheap flights from Adelaide to Devonport. If you’re wanting to see the sculpture and its finer details, including sculpted barnacles and shells, up close, you’ll find it located a short distance from the Bass Strait Maritime Centre.
Don River Railway
Carrying passengers from Devonport to Coles Beach and back again, a ride on the volunteer-run Don River Railway is a must-do when visiting the Tasmanian city. Providing great views of the Don River and wider Devonport, the return trip to Coles Beach takes approximately 30 minutes, leaving enough time to see more of the city before or after your ride. From Wednesday to Sunday, trains depart six times daily, providing plenty of opportunities to take a ride once your Adelaide to Devonport flights touch down. If your trip to Devonport is due to fall on a Monday or Tuesday, you can still learn more about the railway with a visit to the onsite museum. Spend time admiring the photographs and memorabilia on display or enjoy a wander through the workshop filled with heritage trains and carriages.
When is the best time to visit Devonport?
If you’re wanting to time your flights from Adelaide to Devonport to coincide with some of the city’s best weather conditions, the best time to visit is during the summer months. Between January and March, the city experiences daily maximum temperatures that average at around 21℃. Although this time of the year may be Devonport’s peak tourist season, you’ll find that the city isn’t overly busy, with hotel rooms and Adelaide to Devonport return flights typically in good supply. If you’re unable to travel to Devonport during summer but would still like to enjoy pleasant weather, consider visiting in April, May, October or November.
For those travelling on a budget, heading to Devonport during the winter months may be a good option. From June to August, accommodation and tickets to Devonport from Adelaide may be in lower demand, offering a better chance of securing a good deal. Although flights and hotel rates may be lower, it is important to note that the period from June to August does see Devonport experience its lowest average daily temperatures and highest amounts of rainfall. If you’re wanting to get active during your stay in Devonport, it may not be the best time of year for you to visit, but there are still plenty of great indoor activities and attractions to discover.
What’s the best way to get around Devonport?
Flights from Adelaide to Devonport touch down at Devonport Airport, which is situated approximately 8 kilometres from Devonport’s city centre. To make your way from the airport to Devonport’s CBD, you have the option to either hire a car or catch a taxi. You may hire a car once you land at the airport, but, if you happen to be visiting during the peak tourist season, which spans from December to February, you may find that vehicles are in high demand. To ensure you don’t miss out, be sure to secure a hire car when booking your cheap flights from Adelaide to Devonport. If you don’t want to hire a car, taxi fares from the airport to Devonport are quite reasonable, coming in at approximately $20 one way.
If you’re set to stay in the heart of Devonport, you’ll find that the city centre is quite easy to explore on foot. Pack a pair of comfortable walking shoes and enjoy the freedom to visit some of the city’s top attractions and landmarks at your leisure.
If you do wish to make use of public transport during your stay in Devonport, the local bus service offers several different routes throughout the city, making it easy to travel from your accommodation to many local attractions. If you’re wanting to make your way from one side of the Mersey River to the other, however, the Spirit of Devonport River Ferry helps to make navigating the waterway simpler with its on-demand summoning system.