Overview

The Tasmanian capital of Hobart is a dynamic city that surpasses expectations at every turn. Australia’s southernmost capital is brimming with history and bursting with creativity (hello MONA). It boasts an incredible food and wine scene with local produce making the short journey from farm to table, and is fringed by scenic wilderness.

Wander Hobart’s historic waterfront
Stroll the winding cobblestoned streets past old sandstone warehouses, explore galleries, markets and even a theatre along the way as you uncover the charm of this quaint and historic waterfront neighbourhood central to life in Hobart.
Browse the local markets
From eclectic markets, vintage stores and one-of-a-kind boutiques, you won’t walk away from Hobart empty-handed. Explore the city's hidden laneways and market stalls for unique souvenirs that reflect the city’s history, culture and style.
Take a trip to Bruny Island
Bruny Island may be small, but it packs a punch when it comes to things to see, do and eat. Its natural beauty will fuel the soul while its fresh oysters and delectable cheese will fuel the body. Get a taste for this special place.
Marvel at MONA
Can poo be art? Can a fluffy couch be alive? Find answers to these questions at The Museum of Old and New Art (MONA). Uncover why this home of eclectic art, fascinating exhibitions and some rather unusual discoveries is a Hobart must-see.
Reach the top of Mount Wellington
Cycle, walk or drive up to the summit of kunanyi/Mount Wellington and you’ll be met with astounding views. Take in the city, Bruny Island and the Tasman Peninsula as the sun rises and the mist dissipates. Seek out what the mountain has to offer.
Visit Hobart’s convict sites
Visit World Heritage-listed sites and hear spine-tingling stories of crime and punishment from Tasmania’s convict past. From Port Arthur to the Cascades Female Factory, learn about Australia’s early history in ways that will stay with you forever.
Meet Tasmanian Devils
Tasmania is home to some of the world’s most unique animals. Take the family to visit Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary to get up close to Tasmanian devils and learn what makes this, and other native species, so special.

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