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Hobart Travel Guide - Your destination overview of Hobart, Australia

Combining natural beauty and interesting attractions, Hobart is the capital city of the state of Tasmania. This small and enchanting city contains a large number of both natural and historical attractions, while those who are interested in water sports will also be able to practice scuba diving, fishing and sailing.

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Where to stay in Tasmania – a neighborhood guide

A Tasmania getaway varies from the urban charm of Hobart rich in colonial heritage and buzzing with colorful markets and hip urban cafes, to the colossal tracts of pristine wilderness and paradisiac beaches. Whether you want to live it up in a five-star hotel, get in touch with nature in a camping site or a wilderness lodge, or save money in a hostel, accommodation in Tasmania caters to every budget and type of traveler. 

What to see and do in Tasmania – a guide to notable attractions and landmarks

From bushwalking through hauntingly beautiful wilderness to exploring convict relics and visiting a groundbreaking museum, Tasmania’s attractions have every thrill covered. With heart-thumping activities, such as hiking, rafting and kayaking, ranking among the best on the planet, Tassie is the country’s adventure playground and a haven for adrenaline junkies. The island’s fascinating aboriginal, colonial and penal heritage, however, means there’re plenty historic sites to keep culture lovers occupied.    

A guide to Tasmania – historical relics, natural wonders and heart-pumping adventures

Aboriginal and convict history, Word-Heritage wilderness, a provocative museum and adrenaline-fueled adventures await on a break to Tasmania. With some of the world’s most bewitching outdoors and top-rated exhilarating activities, Tasmania is an adventure wonderland. A unique colonial heritage, however, is what gives the island its melancholic mystique. No visit to the island is complete without savoring its culinary delights: feast on delicious salmon, sip on world-class wine, and try famous local berries.   

Hobart Sightseeing Guide - Visit notable attractions and landmarks

Hobart's combination of intense natural beauty and rich history means that there is a large number of interesting attractions to explore here, including museums, historic mansions and nature reserves.

Hobart Food and Dining Guide - Restaurants, where to eat, and more

Hobart has the largest selection of restaurants in Tasmania, many of which offer diners stunning ocean views to enjoy while they munch away. Many restaurants allow diners to bring their own alcohol, while others offer a selection of the region's finest beers and wines.

Hobart Travel Tips - Helpful hints and advice on local destination information

Being the capital city of Tasmania, Hobart is particularly easy to get around and there is plenty of public transportation available. English is the main language that is spoken here and the city receives large numbers of tourists from all over the world, which means that Hobart's tourist industry is well developed.

Hobart Entertainment Guide - For fun, recreation, and relaxation

Hobart is never lacking in live entertainment and music lovers travel here from all over Tasmania to listen to live blues, rock and jazz, which is provided every night of the week in the city's large pubs, bars and clubs.

Hobart Shopping Guide - Find where and what to shop and buy

Hobart is the best place to shop in Tasmania as the city is full of modern shopping malls and interesting market places, all located in and around the city center.

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