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Reviewed 16 July 2018

We enjoyed driving around South Hobart, taking in the views, and then visiting Salamanca Market. So much to see, do, and most importantly, eat!

Thank NavadaShepp
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Reviewed 14 April 2018

What a great walk on the Hobart Rivulet Trail. It was a hot day and we enjoyed this trek all the way.

A stream followed us most of the time. There were also some history panels. I like that.

This trail is just 3 kilometers long and it takes less than an hour to do this trail. Cool!

Thank Robby G C
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Reviewed 12 March 2018

The people of South Hobart are spoilt for choice as there are a number of excellent cafes and food stores grouped along Macquarie Street. The Macquarie Street Food Store is an excellent venue for breakfast or lunch as is Ginger Browns. The Salad Bowl is also a great place to shop for fresh produce and deli items. There is even a St Vincent de Paul shop for those seeking a little treasure or two.

Thank Peter B
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Reviewed 6 March 2018 via mobile

Our accom was in south hobart so we simply walked everyday around south Hobart. There lots of ups and downs however every walk was interesting due to the variety of historic and old building/ architecture.

Easy to kill several hours just walking this area of Hobart

Thank kevlasultanpus
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Reviewed 11 January 2018

While sightseeing in South Arm, we discovered the local market. It was held on the local oval. Small but some interesting characters operating the market stalls. Plenty of parking, and a variety of arts and crafts, plus old wares to buy.

Thank Salty2010
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