Australia’s small, southernmost capital punches well above its weight. With superb hotels, excellent dining, cool whisky bars and world-class art, Hobart is geared towards the discerning traveller.
Take a day trip to one of the nation’s most promising wine regions.
Peacock and Jones is the latest addition to Hobart’s every-growing food scene.
Frenzied suits the Tasmanian capital to a tee in the days after Christmas.
Set on the historic docks in Hobart, this converted former jam factory has it all.
Excursions that open your eyes to another world.
If you're up early enough, this is an epic day out.
There’s plenty to discover at the waterfront near Constitution Dock.
Luxury perched on the end of the peninsula.
Get out into the famed environment, grab a bike and ride down Mount Wellington.
This European-style bakery down near the waterfront will transport you far from Hobart.
Launceston is the gateway to the lovely Tamar Valley, a region famed for its wineries.
This picturesque valley of rolling hills was once the reason for Tassie’s nickname as The Apple Isle.
Don’t worry if you’re not in town on Saturday for the Salamanca Market – head to the same spot for some of Hobart’s best weekday shopping.
If you want to test Tassie’s reputation for the finest produce in Australia then Hobart’s Farm Gate Market on Bathurst Street is for you.
Downtown Hobart has been revived by small boutiques.
Mary McNeill, a sixth generation Hobartian, leads small groups on walking tours of the best food stores, cafés and drinking spots in Hobart.
If you’ve got a credit or debit card and you like art, hire a bike to explore all the small galleries Hobart has on offer.
While MONA may get the adults in, it’s the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, known locally as TMAG, that’s even better for the whole family.
Hobart’s Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens are a brisk walk, or a short drive, from the city.
The Savoy Day Spa is home to a pool, sauna, spa and treatment rooms featuring Aveda products.
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