Today on my blog statistics page, I noticed someone from somewhere entered into their search engine, the following words: time walk from lindisfarne to Hobart city
I understand travellers and locals want to know this type of information but websites have not been set up to help.
Based on my knowledge, and for an average strolling style walk, I guess the time from Lindisfarne to the Tasman Bridge would be no more than half an hour (only 2.1 kms from Lindisfarne’s Simmons Park to the Bridge), allow 20 minutes to negotiate your way across the bridge on the narrow pedestrian path with cyclists and pram wielding mothers, and then on the western side into the city the walk takes about 20 minutes. This makes a total of approximately 1 hour and 10 minutes to complete the walk. At the beginning and end of the day, there is a constant stream of walkers and cyclists making this trek to and from work in the city. A healthy and pleasant way to live a life.
That sounds about right, I think – I recall a friend of mine walked from the city to my parents’ place (many, many years ago) and I think she said it took her about an hour – maybe an hour and a half (parents are at the Geilston Bay end of Lindisfarne).