I'm not sure what did it to be honest. But I left Hobart wanting to see so much more of the little town. In someways it reminded me of Halifax, Nova Scotia, in others, a small Danish coastal village. It had many charms and that intself was my favorite thing about Hobart. It was a great little town which you can tell will someday be a tourist hot-spot.
Fondest memory: Having dinner along the waterfront was great. As the sunset and the dusk turned to night, the atmosphere was great and the cool sea breeze was invigorating. I really enjoyed taking all that in.
Fondest memory: Hobart has some very nice parks and landscapes. It's generally a very peaceful place and very safe. It's advisable to either rent a car to get around or if you don't want the hassle of reading a map, then you could join the local day tours.
Favorite thing: Tasmania in a way is a very 'purple' state, its famed for its colorful lavender fields...mmm smell them
Favorite thing: Tasmania is barely populate in terms t othe rest of Australia, as you can see, its such a peaceful green place.
Favorite thing: Tasmania has some of the most beautiful nature in Australia, look at these strange rocks, which lead to a clear beach while the lighthouse looks out for ships ahead.
Favorite thing: A gentle flowing stream running through typical tasmanian wilderness, with the trees lit up like lights.