The City of Hobart Tasmania nestles between majestic Mt.
Wellington and the Derwent Estuary on one of the world’s
great deepwater ports around Sullivans Cove, and is the
destination for one of the world’s toughest blue water
classics, the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race.
The Hobart waterfront is
an exciting environment, a working port featuring top
class accommodation and restaurants, and world famous
Salamanca Place with its Georgian architecture. It is
the southernmost port of call for many overseas cruise
liners. The 19th century waterfront warehouses for which
the city is famous house cafes, restaurants and studios
and bustle with shoppers and visitors. Hobart ’s busy
arts scene takes in art, craft, music and theatre.
Hundreds of thousands of tourists visit Hobart Tasmania
annually; many take day tours to such sought after areas
as Wine Glass Bay at Freycinet on Tasmania’s East Coast,
Port Arthur and the world’s best wild brown trout
fishery in the Central Highlands.
Hobart Accommodation is varied from 5 to 6 star resorts,
hotels, motels, lodges, holiday homes, B&B and
backpacker style accommodation. Services and Transport
is available. [Hobart