From exploring the charming historic areas of Salamanca Place and Battery Point to visiting iconic MONA (Museum of Old and New Art) there is something for every taste in Hobart. Tasmania's capital is also a great place to base yourself when exploring the island's southern areas including Port Arthur and The Huon.
Hobart boasts exceptional quality fresh produce, found at farmers markets, cafes and restaurants around town. Foodies 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. Nature walks are a popular activity for visitors and locals, with hiking trails all around the city outskirts.