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- Salamanca Place
- Constitution Dock
- Mt. Wellington
- Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens
- Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
- State Library of Tasmania
- Hobart Town Hall
- Hobart Cruise Terminal
- Museum of Old and New Art
- Australian Army Museum Tasmania
- University of Tasmania
- Wrest Point Casino
- Derwent Entertainment Centre
- Hobart Function and Conference Centre
- Eastlands Shopping Centre
- Salamanca Market
- Tasmanian Hockey Centre
- North Hobart Oval
- Playhouse Theatre
- Maritime Museum of Tasmania
Hobart Travel Course
Combining natural beauty and interesting attractions, Hobart is the capital city of the state of Tasmania. This small and enchanting city contains a large number of both natural and historical attractions, while those who are interested in water sports will also be able to practice scuba diving, fishing and sailing.
Most of the city's main tourist attractions and facilities are centrally located, making it easy for tourists to find their way around. Visitors should start their tour of the city by climbing to the top of Mount Wellington to witness stunning views. Some of the main attractions here include the informative Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery and the picturesque Franklin Wharf.
Hobart is known for its vibrant nightlife and lovers of live music will find plenty of bars and clubs to choose from. Hobart is also an excellent place to shop or simply relax and soak up the sunshine near the shore.
Accommodations in Hobart
There is a range of options for all the travelers. The most popular hotel in Hobart is the 110 Hampden Apartment Hotel, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Glenlusk Gardens in Hobart as it has been reserved 5 times.
Sightseeing in HobartTasmania's lively capital has plenty of artistic and cultural distractions which have a real influence on everyday life, from the many community-run youth arts projects to the thriving live music scene. And if you’re after first-rate museums, galleries, and historic landmarks, Hobart has them in abundance.
Situated beside the shimmering waterfront, this museum and gallery dates back to 1843, established by Tasmania’s Royal Society. There’s a decorative arts section, full of intricately detailed woodwork, delicate ceramics, and hand-woven textiles - all from the colonial era. Meanwhile, the Henry Hunter gallery, with walls covered in fine paintings, takes you on a timeline through Tasmania’s artistic heritage.
Just down the street from the Tasmanian Museum, this is a treasure trove of exhibits dedicated to Tasmania’s intriguing association with the sea. You can lay your eyes on recovered shipwreck debris, archaic whaling harpoons, and over 100,000 photographs and paintings illustrating colonial trade vessels, whaleboats, and warships.
Transportation in Hobart
You can fly in to Hobart International Airport, based 15 kilometres from the city centre. The airport serves mostly domestic services to and from top Australian cities like Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane. If flying internationally, catch a connecting flight from any of these to Hobart, Melbourne being the shortest at a 1 hour 15 minute flight. Once here, getting around via rental car is convenient, but the centre can get very busy - particularly on weekends. Alternatively, Hobart has an extensive and affordable public bus system.
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