Prosser's on the Beach
Wrest Point Casino
The Old Signal Station atop Mt Nelson (352m) provides immaculate views over Hobart and the Derwent estuary. The Mt Nelson semaphore...
Roaring 40s Kayaking
Hobart is perhaps at its prettiest when viewed from the water. Take a safe, steady, 2½-hour guided paddle with Roaring 40s, named after...
A rockin’ pub in the 1970s, the Beach House is now a classy cafe-bar next to the beach at Lower Sandy Bay. Wander along the sand before...
19 Beach Rd · interesting places nearby
Prosser's on the Beach information
A glass-fronted pavilion by the water in Lower Sandy Bay, classy Prosser’s is BIG on seafood: try the Bruny Island oysters with ponzu citrus dressing, or the signature Cajun-spiced fish of the day with mash and citrus butter. It’s a taxi ride from town, but worth the trip. Bookings recommended.