Places in Hobart and Sth East

The Neck on Bruny Island

Hobart and Sth East

Hobart is a city characterised by nineteenth century sandstone warehouses, bright sails on the water, and fishing boats bobbing in the docks. Just below this historic facade is a vibrant and connected underbelly of producers, artisans and artists. To find them wake early for a farmers market, dine in local eateries or descend into the mind of David Walsh via a spiral staircase at Mona, Museum of Old and New Art. Wherever you go, you’ll feel it in the streets, taste it in the produce and see it in the galleries and on the faces of the people you meet.

Tasmania’s southern urban pulse meets wilderness with dramatic results. Risk-taking artists, passionate producers, inventive chefs and soulful heritage bring light and shade to the capital city Hobart. Venture from the hum of Hobart and see world heritage sites, rainforests, islands and mighty rivers. Southerly offerings will keep you coming back for more.

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