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If your into architecture and history then this is a nice area to walk around .. plenty of eateries also for when you get hungry .. lots of galleries and museums nearby also .. toilets were the only issue .. we weren't lucky in finding...More
Is there anything famous at this part of the world ? perhaps Mt Wellington and Cascade brewery are the 2 most famous places here. Is it worth a visit ? definitely, especially if you are visiting the capital of Tasmania. South Hobart is an elegant...More
The main road has some interesting shops and cafés up to the Cascades Brewery. There are quite a few interesting walks around and through the Cascade Gardens. It us also on the tour bus route so well worth taking time to explore some of the...More
Salamanca is an Older traditional side to Hobart that is situated by the waterfront. The area has a real quirky atmosphere and the buildings are very old and well looked after. The Salamanca market also takes place on a Saturday morning showing a real traditional...More
Needs more shops perhaps but ome fine places to eat here quality too and the view of the mountain is lovely... The public art installation is however very bland indeed very conservative which is a shame really.
There is a lovely linear park with walking/cycling track along the banks of the Rivulet, starting at the lovely Cascade gardens (just below Cascade Brewery) and going down to the edge of the city at Molle Street - a 20-30 minute walk. The Rivulet was...More
I recently spent a day walking around the lovly south hobart (Formally Cascades) and learnt so much about our histroy their is beautiful walk from the brewery to moll street 30 to 40min along the way make sure you pop into the Cascaceds Female Factroy...More
Worth a visit to this most unusual sporting venue. Seeped in history - both architectually and in the sport itself. IF you can catch a match, sit in the dedans and try to work out the scoring. the members are very helpful and most willing...More
This is easily the best place in Hobart and is central to everything. If you were planning a trip with the family, then you would want to stay somewhere around here.
* Salamanca Market on Saturdays
* Late coffee...More