Well-Preserved Old Buildings
Well-Preserved Old Buildings information
Other notable edifices in the central city include the 1864 Town Hall , which takes its architectural prompts from the Palazzo Farnese in Rome, and the austere St David's Cathedral . The National Trust has info.
Hobart's cache of amazingly well-preserved old buildings makes it exceptional among Australian cities. There are more than 90 buildings classified by the National Trust here – 60 of these are on Macquarie and Davey Sts. The intersection of Macquarie and Murray Sts features a gorgeous sandstone edifice on each corner. For detailed information contact the National Trust , or pick up the Hobart's Historic Places brochure from the visitor centre.