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Hobart combines the atmosphere of a historic coastal town with a rich cultural scene and renowned food and drink.
With weekend markets, colonial buildings, art galleries and amazing food- you’ll be tempted to stay in the city, but you’ll be missing out if you don’t take the opportunity to explore.
Take a week and immerse yourself in the stunning landscapes surrounding Hobart. Take the ferry to Bruny Island to sample oysters straight out of the water at Get Shucked and feast on cheese at the Bruny Island Cheese Company. Head towards the Huon Valley and quaff award winning cider and apple brandy at Willie Smith’s Apple Shed, or sample cool-climate wines at Home Hill Winery. Plan a cooking class or just pig out at Fat Pig Farm then head to Franklin to take a cruise down the Huon River aboard a historic yacht. Strap on hiking boots and explore the rugged Hartz Mountains and see alpine lakes and primordial landscapes shaped by glaciers during the last ice age.
East of Hobart are the vineyards, cheese makers and fruit farms of the Coal River Valley; be sure to nominate a driver – there’s a lot of wine to taste! Further on is Tasman National Park with its spectacular coastline, the stunning Three Capes Track and the World-Heritage listed Port Arthur Historic Site, one of Australia’s most well preserved convict sites.
Heading West, follow the River Derwent to remote Lake St. Clair in the Wilderness World Heritage Area. On your way, stop to partake in the award-winning paddock-to-plate dining experience of the Agrarian Kitchen, check out the whisky and gin distillery at Shene Estate and browse the quirky antique shops of New Norfolk. For a taste of adventure, add the Maydena bike park, one of Australia’s best destinations for downhill mountain biking to your list.
And if you're travelling North, plan stops to explore the historic towns, gardens and some of the oldest bridges in Australia along the route. It’s worth taking your time to tour the distilleries along the way and sample the whiskies which are taking the world by storm.
Expedia's Hobart hotel page contains 135 Hobart hotels or other accommodation options for those who are planning to stay in the state capital.
Two of the upmarket Hobart accommodation options in which you'll discover the most comfortable guest amenities in town, are the Mona Pavilions, at 655 Main Road, and the Islington Hotel, at 321 Davey Street. Cheaper lodgings that Expedia customers have enjoyed include the Hobart's Accommodation & Hostel, at 41 Barrack Street, and The Backpackers Imperial Hotel - Hostel, at 138 Collins Street.
Travel isn't about famous destinations and fancy accommodations. It's about the experiences you live and the memories you collect along the way!
The excellent news is that in Hobart there are plenty of things to do. Here's a selection of our picks:
To check out all the activities on offer, go to our Hobart things to do page.
Very friendly and accommodating staff, clean comfortable room and excellent pool and gym. Very central to CBD and short walk to Salamanca markets and restaurants.
Stayed overnight (Friday night). Ample parking and they allowed us to park the car even after check-out (walked to the Salamanca Markets on Saturday). The only thing I didn’t quite like is the lack of enclosure for the shower area (curtains should be good enough). Everything else is great!
The location of the property was good, just out of the main CBD area,, plenty of parking,, within 1km to very popular eating street with all tastes and cuisines covered,, the breakfast staff were excellent, polite friendly and attentive,, Continental breakfast available, if you pay for breakfast ...