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Food scene
The Taste of Tasmania is Australia’s biggest and longest running food and wine Festival. With stunning waterfront views, awe-inspiring performances, live music and local gourmet offerings The Taste is summer’s not-to-be-missed community celebration. The Taste returns on Saturday 28 December 2019 - Friday 3 January 2020, for another year celebrating the very best in Tasmanian produce and producers.
The Taste of Tasmania Festival
The Taste of Tasmania is Australia’s biggest and longest running food and wine Festival. With stunning waterfront views, awe-inspiring performances, live music and local gourmet offerings The Taste is summer’s not-to-be-missed community celebration. The Taste returns on Saturday 28 December 2019 - Friday 3 January 2020, for another year celebrating the very best in Tasmanian produce and producers.
International award winning Lark distillery’s cellar door. Whisky bar with tastings, local cheeses, outdoor seating & live music. Davey Street, Hobart.
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Lark Distillery
14 Davey St
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International award winning Lark distillery’s cellar door. Whisky bar with tastings, local cheeses, outdoor seating & live music. Davey Street, Hobart.
The Astor Grill is an historic, old world fine dining experience. Macquarie Street, Hobart.
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The Astor Grill
157 Macquarie St
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The Astor Grill is an historic, old world fine dining experience. Macquarie Street, Hobart.
Contemporary dining, wine & Gin bar. Tastings, cheese platters, oysters and music. Romantic & exceptional 4.5- 5* 1/7 Murray Street, corner of Murray And Despard Streets, Hobart.
Institut Polaire
7 Murray St
Contemporary dining, wine & Gin bar. Tastings, cheese platters, oysters and music. Romantic & exceptional 4.5- 5* 1/7 Murray Street, corner of Murray And Despard Streets, Hobart.
Contemporary bar, Hobart waterfront.
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Frank Restaurant
1 Franklin Wharf
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Contemporary bar, Hobart waterfront.
Some of Tasmania’s finest wines. Cellar door, Brooker Highway, Hobart.
Glaetzer-Dixon Family Winemakers
93 Brooker Highway
Some of Tasmania’s finest wines. Cellar door, Brooker Highway, Hobart.
Held annually in March. Sunday 8 March, 11 am, 2020..
A Taste of the Huon Festival
49 Marguerite Street
Held annually in March. Sunday 8 March, 11 am, 2020..
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Bruny Island Cheese Company
1807 Bruny Island Main Rd
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Highly rated Steakhouse on Hobart’s waterfront, Hunter Street.
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Landscape Restaurant & Grill
23 Hunter St
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Highly rated Steakhouse on Hobart’s waterfront, Hunter Street.
Contemporary, Australian, Italian. Eat like a local. 98 Patrick Street, Hobart.
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Templo
98 Patrick St
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Contemporary, Australian, Italian. Eat like a local. 98 Patrick Street, Hobart.
KFC Derwent Park
242-246 Main Rd
Popular, national and local chain take away with great chips (steak cut fries), roast chicken, chicken burgers and a selection of meal box combos.
LegsnBreasts
368 Elizabeth Street
Popular, national and local chain take away with great chips (steak cut fries), roast chicken, chicken burgers and a selection of meal box combos.
Natural wonders/top beaches
One of a few remaining, pristine, temperate rainforests left in the world. It boasts some of the biggest trees in the world, Eucalyptus regnans, average height 280 feet, native to Tasmania & Victoria. The Centurion is the tallest known specimen in Tasmania at 330 feet. Multiple hidden waterfalls, platypus’s, giant Tasmanian tree ferns and many other endemic species of flora & fauna. Approximately a 1 1/2 hour drive from Hobart. An awesome day trip. A must see.
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Mount Field National Park
66 Lake Dobson Rd
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One of a few remaining, pristine, temperate rainforests left in the world. It boasts some of the biggest trees in the world, Eucalyptus regnans, average height 280 feet, native to Tasmania & Victoria. The Centurion is the tallest known specimen in Tasmania at 330 feet. Multiple hidden waterfalls, platypus’s, giant Tasmanian tree ferns and many other endemic species of flora & fauna. Approximately a 1 1/2 hour drive from Hobart. An awesome day trip. A must see.
Wineglass Bay, voted by Lonely Planet as one of the top three beaches in the world. Roughly a 1 1/2 hour round bushwalk, not for the unfit. However, there is a panoramic lookout about halfway up for those who do not wish to do the whole trip. Pristine, soft white sandy beach, native wildlife, and crystal clear waters. Stunning!
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Park Narodowy Freycineta
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Wineglass Bay, voted by Lonely Planet as one of the top three beaches in the world. Roughly a 1 1/2 hour round bushwalk, not for the unfit. However, there is a panoramic lookout about halfway up for those who do not wish to do the whole trip. Pristine, soft white sandy beach, native wildlife, and crystal clear waters. Stunning!
Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park. Some of the most stunning wilderness in the world, like walking through Gondwana Land.
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Cradle Mountain
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Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park. Some of the most stunning wilderness in the world, like walking through Gondwana Land.
BAY OF FIRES CONSERVATION RESERVE - EAST COAST Famous for its crystal-clear waters, white sandy beaches and orange lichen-covered granite boulders, the Bay of Fires is one of Tasmania's most popular conservation reserves. The Bay of Fires conservation area extends along the coast from Binalong Bay in the south to Eddystone Point in the north. Its name refers to the Aboriginal fires spotted by Captain Tobias Furneaux when he sailed past in 1773, but it could also apply to the brilliant orange lichen that grows on the granite boulders lining the bay. There is still evidence of the lives of the first Tasmanian along the coastline, in the form of middens (shell and bone dumping grounds).
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Bay of Fires
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BAY OF FIRES CONSERVATION RESERVE - EAST COAST Famous for its crystal-clear waters, white sandy beaches and orange lichen-covered granite boulders, the Bay of Fires is one of Tasmania's most popular conservation reserves. The Bay of Fires conservation area extends along the coast from Binalong Bay in the south to Eddystone Point in the north. Its name refers to the Aboriginal fires spotted by Captain Tobias Furneaux when he sailed past in 1773, but it could also apply to the brilliant orange lichen that grows on the granite boulders lining the bay. There is still evidence of the lives of the first Tasmanian along the coastline, in the form of middens (shell and bone dumping grounds).
kunanyi/Mt. Wellington stands at 1271 Metres above sea level and is known to locals as just “The Mountain,” the aboriginal word for mountain is ‘kunanyi’ -aboriginal words are not capitalised. The addition of kunanyi to the British title is controversial as there were several different aboriginal tribes who called the mountain home. The mountain dominates the vista above Hobart harbour and the inner city suburbs of South and West Hobart and its foothills border many suburbs. Ferntree is a small hamlet on the way up. Pinnacle Road starts in Ferntree and winds its way up the mountain to the observation deck & car park at the pinnacle. Mountain bikes can be found for hire, decks and viewing platforms and some wild, untamed bushwalking in a uniquely Tasmanian sub-alpine ecosystem. ***Bushwalkers Beware: conditions on The Mountain can become dire within minutes. Please check weather forecasts and never walk alone and tell someone about your walking itinerary. Seasoned bushwalkers have often gotten into trouble, so take care.
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kunanyi / Mount Wellington
LOT 1 Pinnacle Rd
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kunanyi/Mt. Wellington stands at 1271 Metres above sea level and is known to locals as just “The Mountain,” the aboriginal word for mountain is ‘kunanyi’ -aboriginal words are not capitalised. The addition of kunanyi to the British title is controversial as there were several different aboriginal tribes who called the mountain home. The mountain dominates the vista above Hobart harbour and the inner city suburbs of South and West Hobart and its foothills border many suburbs. Ferntree is a small hamlet on the way up. Pinnacle Road starts in Ferntree and winds its way up the mountain to the observation deck & car park at the pinnacle. Mountain bikes can be found for hire, decks and viewing platforms and some wild, untamed bushwalking in a uniquely Tasmanian sub-alpine ecosystem. ***Bushwalkers Beware: conditions on The Mountain can become dire within minutes. Please check weather forecasts and never walk alone and tell someone about your walking itinerary. Seasoned bushwalkers have often gotten into trouble, so take care.
Park Beach - Beach and surf spot
1 Park Beach Rd
Forming part of the Freycinet National Park, Friendly Beaches Reserve is a great place to surf away from the usual crowds. Park the car and walk to the long stretch of white-sand beach. From here you can head to the peak of your choice. Access is along a rough track so a four-wheel-drive is recommended.
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Friendly Beaches
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Forming part of the Freycinet National Park, Friendly Beaches Reserve is a great place to surf away from the usual crowds. Park the car and walk to the long stretch of white-sand beach. From here you can head to the peak of your choice. Access is along a rough track so a four-wheel-drive is recommended.
Wineglass Bay lookout, The Saddle, Freycinet National Park, Tasmania’s east coast diamond. One of the most photographed locations in the world.
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Wineglass Bay
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Wineglass Bay lookout, The Saddle, Freycinet National Park, Tasmania’s east coast diamond. One of the most photographed locations in the world.
One of the top two surf breaks in Tasmania. The D’Entrecasteaux Channel shelters Bruny Island’s western shores but the east and south coasts feel the full force of Antarctic swells. This makes Cloudy Bay one of the state’s best and most consistent beach breaks. Located in the South Bruny Island National Park, Cloudy Bay is also home to the celebrated Bruny Island Surf Classic held in February each year.
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Cloudy Bay
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One of the top two surf breaks in Tasmania. The D’Entrecasteaux Channel shelters Bruny Island’s western shores but the east and south coasts feel the full force of Antarctic swells. This makes Cloudy Bay one of the state’s best and most consistent beach breaks. Located in the South Bruny Island National Park, Cloudy Bay is also home to the celebrated Bruny Island Surf Classic held in February each year.
One of, if not THE toughest surf breaks in the world. Big wave surfers have come from all over the world to test their skills at ‘Shippies’ including champions Kelly Slater and Andy Irons. The waves break about 150m off the coast so you’ll need a long paddle or have a friend tow you in. While the break may be for experienced big wave surfers only, the 45-minute hike through bush, the views from the bluff and the possibility of seeing a professional at play, make it a worthwhile journey for all.
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Ship Stern Bluff
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One of, if not THE toughest surf breaks in the world. Big wave surfers have come from all over the world to test their skills at ‘Shippies’ including champions Kelly Slater and Andy Irons. The waves break about 150m off the coast so you’ll need a long paddle or have a friend tow you in. While the break may be for experienced big wave surfers only, the 45-minute hike through bush, the views from the bluff and the possibility of seeing a professional at play, make it a worthwhile journey for all.
Before you can surf at Australia’s southernmost break, you’ll need to complete a seven-kilometre trek through stunning World Heritage wilderness. The journey is worth every step—South Cape is an inspiring, unspoiled coastline with big, clean waves.
South Cape Bay
Before you can surf at Australia’s southernmost break, you’ll need to complete a seven-kilometre trek through stunning World Heritage wilderness. The journey is worth every step—South Cape is an inspiring, unspoiled coastline with big, clean waves.
Forming part of the Freycinet National Park, Friendly Beaches Reserve is a great place to surf away from the usual crowds. Park the car and walk to the long stretch of white-sand beach. From here you can head to the peak of your choice. Access is along a rough track so a four-wheel-drive is recommended.
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Friendly Beaches
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Forming part of the Freycinet National Park, Friendly Beaches Reserve is a great place to surf away from the usual crowds. Park the car and walk to the long stretch of white-sand beach. From here you can head to the peak of your choice. Access is along a rough track so a four-wheel-drive is recommended.
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Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens
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Just a 12 minute drive from the Salvator Suite, Long Beach has an esplanade, park with BBQs, lots of exotic native birds,small shopping precinct and cafe, this local beach is a favourite. It is also the venue for the Hobart Twilight Market most Friday evenings.
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Long Beach
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Just a 12 minute drive from the Salvator Suite, Long Beach has an esplanade, park with BBQs, lots of exotic native birds,small shopping precinct and cafe, this local beach is a favourite. It is also the venue for the Hobart Twilight Market most Friday evenings.
A 15 minute drive from Hobart, Blackmans Bay. Wild, uniquely Tasmanian wilderness and natural history and beauty. Walking tours available.
Fossil Cove
A 15 minute drive from Hobart, Blackmans Bay. Wild, uniquely Tasmanian wilderness and natural history and beauty. Walking tours available.
The Allum Cliffs track can also be accessed from the Brown’s River end of Kingston Beach, as well as Bonnett Hill on the Channel Highway. It’s a long walk and not for the unfit. But, the scenery and wildlife are spectacular.
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Alum Cliffs Track — Lookout
13 Taronga Rd
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The Allum Cliffs track can also be accessed from the Brown’s River end of Kingston Beach, as well as Bonnett Hill on the Channel Highway. It’s a long walk and not for the unfit. But, the scenery and wildlife are spectacular.
An absolute MUST SEE. Unique to Tasmania, these show caves and guided tours are an amazing natural wonder.
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Hastings Caves and Thermal Springs
754 Hastings Caves Rd
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An absolute MUST SEE. Unique to Tasmania, these show caves and guided tours are an amazing natural wonder.
Tasmania’s highest peak.
Mount Ossa
Tasmania’s highest peak.
Arthur Highway, Port Arthur, Tas.
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Three Capes Walk
6955 Arthur Hwy
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Arthur Highway, Port Arthur, Tas.
Dove Lake
Painted Cliffs Maria Island
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Tasman Peninsula
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Wyspa Bruny
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kunanyi/Mt. Wellington- drive up Pinnacle Road from Ferntree to the summit. Many many challenging bush walks accessible on the mountainside. Be aware summer is snake season and our snakes are venomous. Wear correct bushwalking gear and never go alone. The weather on the Mountain is also unpredictable.
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Mount Wellington
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kunanyi/Mt. Wellington- drive up Pinnacle Road from Ferntree to the summit. Many many challenging bush walks accessible on the mountainside. Be aware summer is snake season and our snakes are venomous. Wear correct bushwalking gear and never go alone. The weather on the Mountain is also unpredictable.
A great, quiet river for kayaking in Kingston, just a 15 minute drive from The Salvator Suite. It’s a tidal river that meanders past the Kingston Golf Course and flows out onto Kingston Beach. Great selection of native bird life. Park and BBQs on Browns Road.
Browns River
A great, quiet river for kayaking in Kingston, just a 15 minute drive from The Salvator Suite. It’s a tidal river that meanders past the Kingston Golf Course and flows out onto Kingston Beach. Great selection of native bird life. Park and BBQs on Browns Road.
Sightseeing
TMAG features a large variety of native Tasmanian animals and birds (taxidermy). A lot early colonial art, an Antarctica exhibit and cold room. Aboriginal art and artifacts.
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Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
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TMAG features a large variety of native Tasmanian animals and birds (taxidermy). A lot early colonial art, an Antarctica exhibit and cold room. Aboriginal art and artifacts.
The oldest continuously operating brewery in Australia. Cascade Premium Lager and Cascade Export Stout rate as some of the finest beers in the world. Brewery tours are available.
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Cascade Brewery
131 Cascade Road
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The oldest continuously operating brewery in Australia. Cascade Premium Lager and Cascade Export Stout rate as some of the finest beers in the world. Brewery tours are available.
Historic Kelly’s Steps lead from Salamanca to Kelly Street in Battery Point, c.1840.
Kelly's Steps
5 Kelly St
Historic Kelly’s Steps lead from Salamanca to Kelly Street in Battery Point, c.1840.
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Battery Point
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St. David’s Park hosts the annual Hobart ‘Carols by Candlelight’. Adjacent to Salamanca, it is a beautiful old park with bandstand and many historical plaques.
St David's Park
1 Sandy Bay Rd
St. David’s Park hosts the annual Hobart ‘Carols by Candlelight’. Adjacent to Salamanca, it is a beautiful old park with bandstand and many historical plaques.
Tour office-Brooke Street Pier, Hobart waterfront. Red Decker is the official sightseeing tour of Hobart. Hop-on and hop-off as many times as you like, or stay on board and do the 90-minute city loop tour – the choice is yours! Choose from 20 different stops featuring the best sights and attractions in and around Hobart. Bus stops are conveniently located near major attractions, historic sites, museums, galleries, shopping precincts, restaurants and cafes. The open-top double decker buses provide unrivalled views of this beautiful city, including local landmarks such as the River Derwent, Tasman Bridge and kunanyi/Mt Wellington. Tours operates 7 days a week, 364 days of the year (closed Christmas Day). Red Decker is a family owned and operated business, established in 1997.'
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Red Decker Company
1 Brooke St
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Tour office-Brooke Street Pier, Hobart waterfront. Red Decker is the official sightseeing tour of Hobart. Hop-on and hop-off as many times as you like, or stay on board and do the 90-minute city loop tour – the choice is yours! Choose from 20 different stops featuring the best sights and attractions in and around Hobart. Bus stops are conveniently located near major attractions, historic sites, museums, galleries, shopping precincts, restaurants and cafes. The open-top double decker buses provide unrivalled views of this beautiful city, including local landmarks such as the River Derwent, Tasman Bridge and kunanyi/Mt Wellington. Tours operates 7 days a week, 364 days of the year (closed Christmas Day). Red Decker is a family owned and operated business, established in 1997.'
On Castray Esplanade just past Salamanca is the CSIRO Marine Laboratories.
CSIRO - Hobart Site
On Castray Esplanade just past Salamanca is the CSIRO Marine Laboratories.
Australian Tourism Legend Robert Pennicott and his team of passionate local staff have been sharing Tasmania's scenery, wildlife and produce since 1999. We now provide Bruny Island Cruises, Bruny Island Traveller, Iron Pot Cruises, Tasman Island Cruises and Tasmanian Seafood Seduction in southern Tasmania. In 2019 we launched our first journey in Victoria, Wilsons Promontory Cruises, using amphibious vessels to explore the Marine National Park from Tidal River. CONTACT US Dock Head Building Franklin Wharf, Hobart (03) 6234 4270 https://www.pennicottjourneys.com.au/
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Pennicott Wilderness Journeys
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Australian Tourism Legend Robert Pennicott and his team of passionate local staff have been sharing Tasmania's scenery, wildlife and produce since 1999. We now provide Bruny Island Cruises, Bruny Island Traveller, Iron Pot Cruises, Tasman Island Cruises and Tasmanian Seafood Seduction in southern Tasmania. In 2019 we launched our first journey in Victoria, Wilsons Promontory Cruises, using amphibious vessels to explore the Marine National Park from Tidal River. CONTACT US Dock Head Building Franklin Wharf, Hobart (03) 6234 4270 https://www.pennicottjourneys.com.au/
5 Day South East Coast Adventure January 2020 5 days of exploring Tasmania's spectacular coastline, hidden bays and abundant marine wildlife Join the crew working the lines and climbing the rigging or just relax and and enjoy the unforgettable experience of sailing on a square rigged tallship Sunset evenings at anchor (or on a jetty) spent sharing the day's adventure over a cheese platter, drinks and a hot meal - it it doesn't get any better than this. Short Sailing Trips from Hobart The Lady Nelson sails regularly on Saturdays and Sundays. These sails are on the Derwent Estuary with the exact course determined on the day based on the You can relax and take in the scenery or get involved with sailing the ship. The number and type of sails set depends on the weather, the crew and the number of passengers. Come aboard, relax and experience tall ship sailing in one of the world's most picturesque harbours. Harbour Sails last for 90 minutes, so please ensure you have adequate clothing to stay warm and dry. Some coats can be provided if required. Sailing on the Lady Nelson is very popular so bookings in advance are recommended. Book Online Book By Phone: 6234 3348 SPECIAL SHORT SAILS, ONE WEEKEND ONLY NOVEMBER 23-24, DEPARTING FROM MARGATE MORE INFO click HERE For visitors to Hobart, Margate is a 20 minute drive south of Hobart. What our Customers say about these sails Have a look at the reviews on Tripadvisor Sailing Dates & Times Our standard saiing times are 11am and 1pm on weekends but additional 3pm saiings during peak periods may also be available. For dates, times and prices, please go to our online booking system or contact our office https://ladynelson.rezgo.com/details/115497/hobart-short-sails
Lady Nelson Tall Ship
5 Day South East Coast Adventure January 2020 5 days of exploring Tasmania's spectacular coastline, hidden bays and abundant marine wildlife Join the crew working the lines and climbing the rigging or just relax and and enjoy the unforgettable experience of sailing on a square rigged tallship Sunset evenings at anchor (or on a jetty) spent sharing the day's adventure over a cheese platter, drinks and a hot meal - it it doesn't get any better than this. Short Sailing Trips from Hobart The Lady Nelson sails regularly on Saturdays and Sundays. These sails are on the Derwent Estuary with the exact course determined on the day based on the You can relax and take in the scenery or get involved with sailing the ship. The number and type of sails set depends on the weather, the crew and the number of passengers. Come aboard, relax and experience tall ship sailing in one of the world's most picturesque harbours. Harbour Sails last for 90 minutes, so please ensure you have adequate clothing to stay warm and dry. Some coats can be provided if required. Sailing on the Lady Nelson is very popular so bookings in advance are recommended. Book Online Book By Phone: 6234 3348 SPECIAL SHORT SAILS, ONE WEEKEND ONLY NOVEMBER 23-24, DEPARTING FROM MARGATE MORE INFO click HERE For visitors to Hobart, Margate is a 20 minute drive south of Hobart. What our Customers say about these sails Have a look at the reviews on Tripadvisor Sailing Dates & Times Our standard saiing times are 11am and 1pm on weekends but additional 3pm saiings during peak periods may also be available. For dates, times and prices, please go to our online booking system or contact our office https://ladynelson.rezgo.com/details/115497/hobart-short-sails
Historic Constitution Dock on Hobart’s waterfront is an absolute must see! It is still a fully functioning, bustling harbour with a multitude of early colonial, convict built buildings and original warehouses. On Hunter Street you will find the Drunken Admiral Seafood restaurant, cafes, chocolatiers, and the Plimsoll Gallery at the the school of Fine Arts, UTas Hunter Street campus.
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Constitution Dock
1 Franklin Wharf
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Historic Constitution Dock on Hobart’s waterfront is an absolute must see! It is still a fully functioning, bustling harbour with a multitude of early colonial, convict built buildings and original warehouses. On Hunter Street you will find the Drunken Admiral Seafood restaurant, cafes, chocolatiers, and the Plimsoll Gallery at the the school of Fine Arts, UTas Hunter Street campus.
Nutgrove Beach
Salmon Ponds Day Trip The Salmon Ponds, circa 1861, is the oldest trout hatchery in the Southern Hemisphere. It was the birthplace of trout in Australia and the origin of Tasmania’s legendary trout fishery. View and feed trout and salmon, explore 19thCentury English gardens and perhaps even catch a glimpse of local wild platypus. Anglers with an interest in the history of their sport will appreciate the collection showing the changes to fishing equipment over time and the history of angling in Tasmania. The museum is housed in the cottage built for the first superintendent of the Salmon Ponds in 1865. Salmon Ponds Road, Plenty, Tas.
Salmon Ponds
20-70 Salmon Ponds Rd
Salmon Ponds Day Trip The Salmon Ponds, circa 1861, is the oldest trout hatchery in the Southern Hemisphere. It was the birthplace of trout in Australia and the origin of Tasmania’s legendary trout fishery. View and feed trout and salmon, explore 19thCentury English gardens and perhaps even catch a glimpse of local wild platypus. Anglers with an interest in the history of their sport will appreciate the collection showing the changes to fishing equipment over time and the history of angling in Tasmania. The museum is housed in the cottage built for the first superintendent of the Salmon Ponds in 1865. Salmon Ponds Road, Plenty, Tas.
City Hall
57-63 Macquarie Street
Ben Lomond
East Coast Cruises operate out of Triabunna and Hobart. Full day and short cruises and guided tours available on this 5* experience of a lifetime.See the best of the UNESCO-listed Maria Island and its surrounding scenic isles on an all-inclusive tour complete with a sightseeing cruise, a tour of the Darlington Convict Settlement, and more. This tour also includes a gourmet buffet lunch onboard with alcoholic drinks to purchase, as well as live commentary to make the most of your sightseeing experience. Departure Point 1: 20 Davey St, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia 2: Esplanade West, Esplanade W, Triabunna TAS 7190, Australia Departure Point 1: 20 Davey St, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia 2: Esplanade West, Esplanade W, Triabunna TAS 7190, Australia
East Coast Cruises
East Coast Cruises operate out of Triabunna and Hobart. Full day and short cruises and guided tours available on this 5* experience of a lifetime.See the best of the UNESCO-listed Maria Island and its surrounding scenic isles on an all-inclusive tour complete with a sightseeing cruise, a tour of the Darlington Convict Settlement, and more. This tour also includes a gourmet buffet lunch onboard with alcoholic drinks to purchase, as well as live commentary to make the most of your sightseeing experience. Departure Point 1: 20 Davey St, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia 2: Esplanade West, Esplanade W, Triabunna TAS 7190, Australia Departure Point 1: 20 Davey St, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia 2: Esplanade West, Esplanade W, Triabunna TAS 7190, Australia
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Cradle Mountain Visitor Centre
4057 Cradle Mountain Rd
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Davey Street, Hobart for information on all your adventures.
Tasmanian Travel & Information Centre
16-20 Davey St
Davey Street, Hobart for information on all your adventures.
This popular township, just before you get to Freycinet National Park, is a favourite getaway for locals and tourists. For many years people would buy or rent summer ‘shacks’-a very Australia-specific term and style of holiday house, oftentimes handed down through generations and named in classic Tasmanian parlance. As day trips go, it’s a lot of driving. But, it is doable from Hobart if you’re an early bird.
Coles Bay
This popular township, just before you get to Freycinet National Park, is a favourite getaway for locals and tourists. For many years people would buy or rent summer ‘shacks’-a very Australia-specific term and style of holiday house, oftentimes handed down through generations and named in classic Tasmanian parlance. As day trips go, it’s a lot of driving. But, it is doable from Hobart if you’re an early bird.
Eaglehawk Neck Historic Site
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Eaglehawk Neck
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A short car-ferry ride to gorgeous Bruny island. Drive south to Kettering to the terminal. Leave plenty of time-allow to arrive 30 minutes beforehand in off peak times. During summer call and check on wait times before leaving. Summer Timetable for ferry go to: https://www.sealinkbrunyisland.com.au/ferry/timetable
Bruny Island Ferry
A short car-ferry ride to gorgeous Bruny island. Drive south to Kettering to the terminal. Leave plenty of time-allow to arrive 30 minutes beforehand in off peak times. During summer call and check on wait times before leaving. Summer Timetable for ferry go to: https://www.sealinkbrunyisland.com.au/ferry/timetable
Worth a trip if your heading toward Devonport. Wings Wildlife Park is in Gunns Plains.
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Wings Wildlife Park
137 Winduss Rd
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Worth a trip if your heading toward Devonport. Wings Wildlife Park is in Gunns Plains.
Hobart Walking Tours
Dover
sport venue
Features national and international cricket as well as Australian rules football (AFL).
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Blundstone Arena
15 Derwent Street
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Features national and international cricket as well as Australian rules football (AFL).
Federation Concert Hall, 1 Davey Street, Hobart home to the TSO. Now in its eighth decade, the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra is a much loved cultural institution and a ‘source of pride’ to 87% of Tasmanians, according to a recent survey. In addition to performing to its substantial subscriber audiences in Hobart and Launceston, the TSO reaches a broad cross-section of listeners in both cities with free outdoor concerts, performs in regional Tasmania, attracts newcomers to classical music with its Live Sessions concerts, performs in schools and community centres, and collaborates with Mona Foma, Dark Mofo, Victorian Opera and the Australian National Academy of Music, among other organisations.'
Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra
1 Davey St
Federation Concert Hall, 1 Davey Street, Hobart home to the TSO. Now in its eighth decade, the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra is a much loved cultural institution and a ‘source of pride’ to 87% of Tasmanians, according to a recent survey. In addition to performing to its substantial subscriber audiences in Hobart and Launceston, the TSO reaches a broad cross-section of listeners in both cities with free outdoor concerts, performs in regional Tasmania, attracts newcomers to classical music with its Live Sessions concerts, performs in schools and community centres, and collaborates with Mona Foma, Dark Mofo, Victorian Opera and the Australian National Academy of Music, among other organisations.'
Domain Tennis Centre
2 Davies Avenue
Music Festivals
Falls Music & Arts Festival is a multi-day music festival held annually in Lorne, Marion Bay, Byron Bay and Fremantle, Australia over the New Year's Eve and January period. The festival hosts contemporary music performances, dance, comedy, theatre, circus, cabaret, and other art forms. Marion Bay, Bream Creek, Tasmania from December 29-31. This year’s line up is huge and includes Halsey, Yunglud, Banks & a host of acclaimed bands, drinks and food.
Marion Bay Falls Festival
Falls Music & Arts Festival is a multi-day music festival held annually in Lorne, Marion Bay, Byron Bay and Fremantle, Australia over the New Year's Eve and January period. The festival hosts contemporary music performances, dance, comedy, theatre, circus, cabaret, and other art forms. Marion Bay, Bream Creek, Tasmania from December 29-31. This year’s line up is huge and includes Halsey, Yunglud, Banks & a host of acclaimed bands, drinks and food.
Cygnet Folk Festival
34 Mary St
Shopping
Department store, Liverpool Street, Hobart city centre.
Myer
96-106 Liverpool St
Department store, Liverpool Street, Hobart city centre.
Elizabeth Street Mall in the heart of Hobart is a pedestrian only shopping precinct.
Elizabeth Street Mall
50 Elizabeth St
Elizabeth Street Mall in the heart of Hobart is a pedestrian only shopping precinct.
A Hobart icon with the working Cat and Fiddle clock that chimes and plays the nursery rhyme. It has been upgraded and modernised and now hosts many boutique fashion stores, eateries and much more. Access from: Murray and Collins streets and the Elizabeth Street Mall.
The Cat & Fiddle Arcade
A Hobart icon with the working Cat and Fiddle clock that chimes and plays the nursery rhyme. It has been upgraded and modernised and now hosts many boutique fashion stores, eateries and much more. Access from: Murray and Collins streets and the Elizabeth Street Mall.
Centrepoint Shopping Centre in the centre of the Hobart CBD. A shopping haven for locals and tourists alike for many years. This 3 level indoor mall with multi level attached parking garage, boasts fine boutique stores, eateries, small food court, Dymocks bookstore-a national chain, shoe stores, South Terrace Hair & Beauty, and fashion boutiques and more. The entrance to the parking garage is via Victoria Street. From Salvator go down Goulburn Street and turn right onto Barrack Street, take the left lane to Collins Street and turn left. Head down Collins Street till you get to Harrington Street and make your way immediately to the right lane and then first right onto Victoria Street.
Centrepoint
70 Murray Street
Centrepoint Shopping Centre in the centre of the Hobart CBD. A shopping haven for locals and tourists alike for many years. This 3 level indoor mall with multi level attached parking garage, boasts fine boutique stores, eateries, small food court, Dymocks bookstore-a national chain, shoe stores, South Terrace Hair & Beauty, and fashion boutiques and more. The entrance to the parking garage is via Victoria Street. From Salvator go down Goulburn Street and turn right onto Barrack Street, take the left lane to Collins Street and turn left. Head down Collins Street till you get to Harrington Street and make your way immediately to the right lane and then first right onto Victoria Street.
Trending athletica on a Murray Street, Hobart CBD.
lululemon athletica
51 Murray Street
Trending athletica on a Murray Street, Hobart CBD.
High end boutique for women, Liverpool Street, Hobart.
Yeltuor
136 Liverpool St
High end boutique for women, Liverpool Street, Hobart.
Beautiful, quality bears in every theme you can think of. Centrepoint Shopping Centre, Murray Street, CBD.
The Teddy Bear Shop
70 Murray Street
Beautiful, quality bears in every theme you can think of. Centrepoint Shopping Centre, Murray Street, CBD.
In Hobart’s CBD.
H&M
49-51 Murray Street
In Hobart’s CBD.
Located at 10-11 Salamanca Square, Battery Point, Hobart (2 minutes walk free Salamanca) this store has everything: whacky gifts and gadgets, kids toys, figurines, science kits, gems, sometimes fossils, home wares, kitchen stuff, the bizarre and random geek stuff. Our favourite gift shop in town!
Plato's Wonder. Create. Discover
10 Salamanca Square
Located at 10-11 Salamanca Square, Battery Point, Hobart (2 minutes walk free Salamanca) this store has everything: whacky gifts and gadgets, kids toys, figurines, science kits, gems, sometimes fossils, home wares, kitchen stuff, the bizarre and random geek stuff. Our favourite gift shop in town!
Cotton On
48-50 Elizabeth Street
Kathmandu Hobart CBD
119 Elizabeth Street
A fantastic art and craft supply store with a comprehensive inventory. Everything any artist would ever need with a friendly, knowledgeable staff.
Artery
137 Collins Street
A fantastic art and craft supply store with a comprehensive inventory. Everything any artist would ever need with a friendly, knowledgeable staff.
Formerly known to locals as just “Stallard’s” it has been synonymous with expertise in all things image related, camera gear and experts in selling cameras for a long time.
Camera House - Hobart
66-68 Elizabeth Street
Formerly known to locals as just “Stallard’s” it has been synonymous with expertise in all things image related, camera gear and experts in selling cameras for a long time.
Cinemas
The State Cinema is a Hobart icon that has entertained generations of Tasmanians for 100 years, playing a major role in the social and cultural life of the Hobart community. With eleven screens plus a Rooftop Cinema and Bar there is always a wide range of local and international films on offer. Fewer ads and only the choicest selection of trailers means that our features start just five minutes after the scheduled start time. A large Café Bar serves light meals and you can take your coffee or glass of local wine in to the screening. Located up Elizabeth Street in vibrant North Hobart, the State also has a beautiful Bookstore with a hand-picked selection of stationery, books and gifts. Operating 7 days a week, all year round the State Cinema and Café is open from 9.30am daily
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State Cinema
375 Elizabeth St
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The State Cinema is a Hobart icon that has entertained generations of Tasmanians for 100 years, playing a major role in the social and cultural life of the Hobart community. With eleven screens plus a Rooftop Cinema and Bar there is always a wide range of local and international films on offer. Fewer ads and only the choicest selection of trailers means that our features start just five minutes after the scheduled start time. A large Café Bar serves light meals and you can take your coffee or glass of local wine in to the screening. Located up Elizabeth Street in vibrant North Hobart, the State also has a beautiful Bookstore with a hand-picked selection of stationery, books and gifts. Operating 7 days a week, all year round the State Cinema and Café is open from 9.30am daily
A short walk from Salvator Suite on Collins Street. Indulge in the fully catered, licensed Gold Class experience.
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Village Cinemas Hobart
181 Collins St
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A short walk from Salvator Suite on Collins Street. Indulge in the fully catered, licensed Gold Class experience.