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Constitution Dock
Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Lookouts, Piers & Boardwalks, Architectural Buildings
Runnymede
Historic Sites
Rosny Point Lookout
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Constitution Dock
Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Lookouts, Piers & Boardwalks, Architectural Buildings
Railway Roundabout
Fountains, Points of Interest & Landmarks
May Queen
Historic Sites, Ships, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Cenotaph
Monuments & Statues
Bernacchi Tribute Sculptures
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Monuments & Statues
Parliament House
Government Buildings
Government House
Architectural Buildings, Government Buildings, Historic Sites
Hobart Town Hall
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Government Buildings
General Post Office
Government Buildings, Architectural Buildings
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Runnymede
#1 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
... wide membership can be gained at the home by paying the applicable fee giving free access to all National Trust site’s including many homes, the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary on Queensland’s Gold Coast etc).
It is a pity that the bay views have been lost under modern infill and the former peace and quiet destroyed by the adjacent highways​.
Hobart Convict Penitentiary
#2 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
Our guide Will did an excellent job,very interesting highly recommended A 90 minute tour which includes the gallows ,tour of cells, gives a good site overview well done
Fantastic tour of this historic site by a very knowledgable and personable guide.
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Constitution Dock
#3 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
Centrally located and easy to get to, the Constitution Dock offers great views of the local waterways, and Hobart's old architecture, as the buildings rise up along the nearby hillside.
Love the food, love the view, love the coffee!! Just love walking around the marina appreciating the views!
Battery Point Sculpture Trail
#4 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
Wonderful eateries and hosteleries in Hampden Rd, fantastic architecture throughout the suburb, great views of Mt Wellington crowned in early morning mist or cloud, easy walking access to Salamanca and the city -...
Take the time to walk this charming historic trail and take in the sites from the old world homes, restaurants and the sensational water views around this old part of Hobart.
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Cascade Brewery
#5 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
You'll also get: Knowledge on beer manufacturing An insight into how automated it has become Delightful tour guides Great tasting beer at the end Beautiful views of the outside of the building plus adjacent restau...
Great location with beautiful views Our guide Sam knew his stuff was funny and informative Really enjoyed tasting the great beers and ciders after gaining a greater understanding of how they are made Some great bu...
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Farm Gate Market
#6 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
There's plenty of fresh food to eat on-site but our favourites are the take home pies with a fantastic variety of fillings and the most scrumptious crust in town.
The food offerings on site are fantastic.
Sullivans Cove
#7 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
Interesting historical site being the spot of the first landing in Hobart but now seen as a wonderful spot for the waterfront activities and fantastic for seeing the vaiety of boats moored here.
We stayed at Somerset on the Pier and walked around Sullivan's Cove to see all the activity and the great food places which all seemed very busy Sullivan's Cove is a lovely place to take in all sights of the boats...
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Cascades Female Factory Historic Site
#8 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
... was brought to life on a visit on a cold and rainy winters day both by the very knowledgeable and passionate guide who showed us around the site; and secondly by two talented actors from Live History Productions.
My family and I came away very pleased to have learned some history that balanced out the male-oriented histories of other convict sites such as Port Arthur and Sarah Island.
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Mount Nelson Lookout
#9 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
The sweeping views take in Mt Wellington, the Derwent River, Hobart's CBD and the wharves, Eaglehawk Neck, the Tasman Peninsula, Storm Bay, Iron Pot and the northern tip of Bruny Island.
Mt Nelson provides an easier access to a panoramic view of Hobart than Mt Wellington.As well as the views-and they are spectacular- there is also fascinating history on show.
Salamanca Arts Centre
#10 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
Cool site for shopping, dining and taking in the local vibe
This is good for people who love long walks and letting the beauty of the sights sink in.
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St. David's Cathedral
#11 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
The second was built on the current site on the corner of Murray and Macquarie Roads and was consecrated in 1823.
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North Hobart
#12 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
Brooke Street Pier
#13 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
... restaurant with small sashimi plates and a very nice atmosphere at dinner; and Brooke Street Larder, a breakfast and lunch restaurant.Both face the harbor and both have great views and excellent food.
... vodka, soaps, crafts) and there are lounging areas for gin tasting etc. Downstairs is a beautiful cafe with an extraordinary view and it could easily be missed unless visiting the Pier to catch the MONA ferry.
Tasman Bridge
#14 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
Magnificent it is a sight to see and the derwent river and the harbour area is a wonderful site as you cross the bridge ....well signposted and if your lucky you get a good view of any luxury liners that have arrived
The Tasman Bridge is so amazing and you get an awesome view of both north and south of it - it's daunting coming in from the Sorrell end at night - beautiful.
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Rosny Point Lookout
#15 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
Great place for some beautifully scenic shots, spectacular panoramic view of the Derwent River and Hobart City in all types of weather.
Great views of Hobart city, river and bridge well worth the drive, plenty of parking and information
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South Hobart
#16 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
Views of the mountain with snow is a bonus.
We enjoyed driving around South Hobart, taking in the views, and then visiting Salamanca Market.
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St. David's Park
#17 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
This is the site of the first burial ground in Tasmania, there are remnant headstones from the cemetery as reminders of its history.
At one end of Salamanca Place, is St Davids Park, which was the site of the first burial ground in Tasmania, operating from 1804 to 1872.
Handmark Galleries
#18 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
Parliament House
#19 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
We only had time to look around it on the outside but next time we can stop longer to view indoor.
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Cenotaph
#20 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
This a memorial on a large scale, in many acres of grass that has been mowed Fantastic views over the Derwent River and Tasman Bridge Worth the visit
It is a nice walk from the city centre up to the Cenotaph, but have to cross the busy highway, so must take care, but when you are up there it is a wonderful view and interesting war memorial.
Eaglehawk Hangliding Lookout
#21 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
Great view - take binoculars and drive slowly uo to the lookout .Have ice creams at the food van at the Caves and waterfall - lunch food is a bit greasy and ordinary but great if you've been surfing or bushwalking .
Amazing views - even better if you are a paraglider pilot!!
Hobart Synagogue
#22 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
St Joseph's Catholic Church
#23 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
Government House
#24 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
Awesome views and interesting house and gardens.
We did not queue to view the House interior as the line-up was quite extensive.
Hobart Town Hall
#25 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
In September especially, you can view amazing exhibits of various types of spring flowers and even bonsai plus some floral art exhibits.
Salamanca Square
#26 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
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St George's Anglican Church
#27 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
St Mary's Cathedral
#28 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
The Tasman Fountain
#29 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart
Captain Cook gets a lot of airplay in Oz and NZ so it's nice to see this lovely little monument to the first known European to view both countries.
Bernacchi Tribute Sculptures
#30 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Hobart