A speedy red boat churning up the froth around the Derwent ($39).
This picturesque row of four-storey sandstone warehouses on Sullivans Cove is a wonderful example of colonial architecture and...
Across the road from Parliament House is this hip basement bar, keeping escapee MPs lubricated with top-shelf whiskies, cocktails and a...
Funky Retro is ground zero for Saturday brunch among the market stalls. Masterful breakfasts, bagels, salads and burgers interweave with...
Parliament House information
Lonely Planet review
Presiding over an oak-studded park adjacent to Salamanca Place is Tasmania's sandstone Parliament House, completed in 1840 and originally used as a customs house. There's a tunnel under Murray St from the building to the Customs House Hotel opposite, though no one knows what it was used for.