Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery
Incorporating Hobart’s oldest building, the Commissariat Store (1808), this revamped museum features colonial relics and excellent...
Hobartians flock to the city’s waterfront like seagulls to chips. Centred around Victoria Dock (a working fishing harbour) and...
Tasman Island Cruises
Take a bus to Port Arthur for a three-hour eco-cruise around Tasman Island – checking out the astonishing sea cliffs at Cape Pillar, the...
Hope & Anchor
Depending on who you believe (don't listen to the barman at the Fortune of War in Sydney), this is the oldest pub in Australia (1807)....
Mures and Hobart seafood are synonymous. Downstairs you'll find a fishmonger, sushi bar, ice-cream parlour and the hectic,...
Constitution Dock · interesting places nearby
With its voluptuous fish-shaped profile and alluring sea-blue paint job, floating Flippers is a Hobart institution. Not to mention the awesome fish and chips! Fillets of flathead and curls of calamari – straight from the deep blue sea and into the deep fryer. The local seagulls will adore you.