Hobart is the capital of Tasmania and is a charming and culturally diverse city.Read More
Hobart has a lot to offer visitors, from exploring the charming historic areas of Salamanca Place and Battery Point to visiting the hottest new attraction MONA – Museum of Old and New Art. Hobart is also a great place to base yourself when exploring Tasmania’s southern areas including Port Arthur and The Huon.
Tasmania is proud to boast an exceptional quality of extremely fresh produce. Foodies will enjoy fresh seafood and seasonal fruits such as raspberries, apples and cooler climate wines such as Pinot Noir.
For spectacular views across Hobart, make your way up Mount Wellington or Mount Nelson. Hobart Airport is only 20 minutes away from the city centre.
TFE Hotels (Toga Far East Hotels) offer stylish and affordable hotel and apartment hotel accommodation, located in the heart of Hobart. Travelodge Hobart is well positioned and affordable and offers a central base for visitors to explore Hobart.
Hobart has an abundance of attractions for visitors, whether you are on foot or have a car you can explore the best Hobart has to offer.Read Less
With views of Mount Wellington or Hobart City, Travelodge Hotel Hobart is located in the heart of Hobart. The hotel is a short stroll from Battery Point, Salamanca Place, Constitution Dock and the waterfront.
Travelodge Hotel Hobart Airport is the only hotel located at the Hobart International Airport. The hotel is a short 15 minute drive to Hobart’s CBD so guests can easily explore Salamanca, Battery Point and other major attractions.
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Australia’s largest outdoor market and Tasmania’s most popular attraction, every Saturday from 8am-3pm, rain, hail or sunshine.
Home to collections of ancient artefacts, contemporary works, and interactive personal touch screen devices.
Beautifully tamed gardens include the largest public conifer collection in the southern hemisphere, a peaceful Japanese garden, stunning conservatory and a sub-Antarctic plant house with rare plants from Macquarie Island.
Beautifully tamed gardens include the largest public conifer collection in the southern hemisphere, a peaceful Japanese garden, stunning conservatory and a sub-Antarctic plant house with rare plants from Macquarie Island
Take in the charms of this maritime city and enjoy fish and chips alongside a variety of boats and fishermen unloading their catch.
World Heritage listed factory and gardens, located at the foot of Mount Wellington. Join a tour or experience a dramatic interpretation of convict life.
Head to the top of Mount Wellington, one of Tasmania's highest and most famous peaks, and take in the breathtaking views of Hobart and beyond.
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