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Hobart Half-Day Sightseeing Coach Tram Tour
"Board the Hobart Explorer Coach Tram for a historical 3 hour tour of Hobart and the beautiful surrounding suburbs this tour gives you the perfect picture of Hobart's attractions.Highlights: Sullivan's Cove - Hobart's birthplace and ferry terminalParliament HouseSalamanca Place - Georgian style warehouses now restored as restaura galleries and pubsPrinces Park - a one time gun batteryBattery Point - charming historic houses pubs boutique shops and restaurantsSt George's ChurchView of Wrest Point Casino and exclusive Sandy BaySt David's ParkAnglesea BarracksSouth Hobart at the foot of Mt WellingtonCascade Gardens and Brewery</ Sandy Bay Mt Wellington
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Hobart Half-Day Sightseeing Coach Tram Tour
"Board the Hobart Explorer Coach Tram for a historical 3 hour tour of Hobart and the beautiful surrounding suburbs this tour gives you the perfect picture of Hobart's attractions.Highlights: Sullivan's Cove - Hobart's birthplace and ferry terminalParliament HouseSalamanca Place - Georgian style warehouses now restored as restaura galleries and pubsPrinces Park - a one time gun batteryBattery Point - charming historic houses pubs boutique shops and restaurantsSt George's ChurchView of Wrest Point Casino and exclusive Sandy BaySt David's ParkAnglesea BarracksSouth Hobart at the foot of Mt WellingtonCascade Gardens and Brewery</ Sandy Bay Mt Wellington
From AUD49.00
 
Hobart Historic Afternoon Tour
"Nowhere else in Tasmania is the romance and nostalgic charm of colonial days more alive then in the village of Richmond. From its convict built homes classic Georgian mansions and small cottages to the charming unique shops galleries and the oldest road bridge in Australia. A historic tour not to be missed!Highlights:Sullivan's Cove - Hobart's birthplace and Ferry Terminal Parliament House Salamanca Place - Georgian style warehouses Constitution Dock ABC Buildings - Hobart's original sandstone railway station Head out the Brooker Highway passing North Hobart and Newtown Derwent Entertainment Centre Visit Richmond -"""Tour the highlights of Hobart then travel to Richmond one of Australia's most original historic villages on a afternoon guided coach tour."
From AUD74.00

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General Scenery.

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....
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Salamanca Markets.

There were artisans everywhere; it was uplifting to see the old skills attracting crowds, hopefully to inspire a new generation of craftsmen. Some of their handiwork in layered laminated boats was...
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National Parks.

Waterfalls are often a popular destination for tourists and Tassie has its share of good ones. Not all that far away (about an hour) are the most popular of all, Russell. They are located in Mount...
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Port Arthur /Historic Architecture.

North of Hobart there is a series of villages, all of them historic. They include the famous Ross and Campbell Town amongst others but you'll notice smaller ones just off the highway that are also...
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Maria Island continued

With an hour to burn before the ferry we boned up on some history. Then we were aboard and, as we neared Triabunna, we passed by the soon to be Australian version of the Eden Project, England’s famous...
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Mar 03, 2015

Maria Island continued

Next it was up a hill and around to the old edifice that used to be an oast house but was later converted to wine making when the Bernachis were in residence. It lies about half way to the Painted...
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Mar 03, 2015
 
 
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Maria Island continued

Our option to try the fossilized cliffs was a good one, although the light was a bit iffy. The cliffs have more seashells embedded in them than any formation I’d ever seen, though most are coloured...
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Mar 03, 2015

Maria Island continued

We step ashore and head for the Commissariat’s Store, the first significant and still intact building and the place where you get maps of the island.You can climb to the highest point (Mt. Maria), go...
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Mar 03, 2015

Maria Island

I slept not overly well, the prospect of a sunrise or a great day at Maria Island leeching adrenalin into my system at irregular intervals. The following day did, indeed, meet with our expectations as...
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iandsmith
Mar 01, 2015

Tasmanian Roads

The population of Tasmania is about 500,000 and most live in Hobart and the northern parts of the state. Outside those 2 areas there is a small population and therefore not the need for an extensive...
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Jun 09, 2014

National Parks Pass

Tip duplicated on Cradle Mountain St Clair page.Tasmania has an astounding array of National Parks scattered across the Island State and that also includes the islands of the Bass Straight and other...
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May 29, 2014

Fortescue Bay and beyond

After grocery shopping I opted for Fortescue Bay, this would knock off my 21st walk of Tassie’s 60 great day walks. By the time I reached there it was about midnight and sleep was the only option.In...
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Nov 14, 2013

Swansea

I spent the night at Bicheno and decided in the morning I’d have a day off, send some emails and chill out. I then moved to Swansea where I had a pie at the excellent tourist attraction called the...
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iandsmith
Nov 14, 2013

Pieman River

Strahan, pronounced strawn, is a town most people going to Tasmania have on their "to do" list. For a lot of people it satisfies, for others it is somewhat disappointing. The attraction is the Gordon...
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Mar 26, 2013

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Hobart

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Launceston

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Saint Helens

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Cradle Mountain-Lake Saint Clair National Park

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Top Hotels in State of Tasmania

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1 Davey Street, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000, Australia
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22 Tamar Street, Launceston, Tasmania, 7250, Australia
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The Esplanade, Building A, (formerly Quality Suites Strahan Village), Strahan, 7468, Australia
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29 SAFETY COVE ROAD, Port Arthur, TS 7182
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16 Fenton Street, , Devonport, TAS 7210
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Top Things to Do in State of Tasmania

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Salamanca Markets.

While best known for its Saturday Markets, Salamanca Place is a great place to visit on any other day of the week. Spend time visiting the shops and galleries or enjoy a meal in one of the many...
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Remarkable Cave

As always, this place has stunning views around it- the waters, the cliffs, the flora and fauna! We did not enter inside but we what we have seen around it was more than enough! The steps leading to...
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Cradle Mountain

OK, this probably is not the real name of the hill, but it is what our guide called it and it was covered in wombats. I had never seen a wombat before, not even in a zoo. They are kind of cute and...
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Mountains.

Hobart sits in the shadow of Mount Wellington and many suburbs are situated in the foothills including South Hobart, Lenah Valley and Fern Tree. The mountain is easily accessible by car from the city...
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Maingon Bay Lookout

This place is very near the Port Arthur Historic site that most people miss this and what an incredible view they are going to miss! We love the cliffs, the amazing views and the tranquility of this...
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Port Arthur

We also did a day trip to the historic site of Port Arthur. The penal colony here started in around 1833 when Governor Arthur chose the Tasman Peninsula as an ideal place to incarcerate prisoners. The...
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Top 5 State of Tasmania Writers

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stevezero

"Tasmania, better the Devil, you know"
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iandsmith

"Away from the madding crowd"
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Rachelynn

"Tassie!"
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al2401

"Tasmania - Australia's best kept secret"
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ATXtraveler

"7 Days in Heaven... I Mean Tassie"
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