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Hobart City Sightseeing Tour Including MONA Admission
"Your morning sightseeing tour of central Hobart takes in all the sights including the Georgian warehouses lining Salamanca Place the Victoria and Constitution docks on the waterfront the charming houses of Battery Point and the beautifully landscaped Royal Tasmania Botanical Gardens. The tour also highlights Hobart’s grand 19th-century buildings including Parliament House St David’s Cathedral the Treasury Building
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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 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

Salamanca Markets. Tips (8)

Wooden Boat Festival

I just happened to jag this event; didn't know it was on until a friend mentioned it - how glad am I that she did!The following is from the emails I sent at the time:"They came in hats, they came in...
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iandsmith
Mar 02, 2011

The Salamanca Market is the...

The Salamanca Market is the biggest attraction of the weekend in Hobart. The threat of rain when we were there didn't seem to dampen the spirits of anyone. My fondest memory has to do with driving! It...
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Etrain46
Aug 25, 2002

Visit Salamanca Market and...

Visit Salamanca Market and Salamanca Place. Only on Saturdays (9am-3pm), the waterfront will come to life on Salamanca Place. Some three hundred stalls lined the street offering Tasmanian arts and...
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sheryl_tan
Aug 24, 2002

Get the fresh produce there....

Get the fresh produce there. They are really fresh and cheap. In Singapore, the carrots that we usually get from the market are pretty big as compared to the ones on sale in the Salamanca market. So...
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sheryl_tan
Aug 24, 2002

Look out for buskers and...

Look out for buskers and street performances! As we went along doing our shopping in the Salamanca Market, there were a band of musicans who set up their 'stage' on the streets. I had enjoyed the...
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sheryl_tan
Aug 24, 2002

Walk through Salamanca Markets...

Walk through Salamanca Markets on a Saturday morning, and again during the week (to see the change!). Hobart's Waterfront has the best memories for me .. its such a calm, peaceful and beautiful place...
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tazmaniak
Aug 24, 2002

Music, music, music

There was music everywhere. There was an absolute gem of an open boat being rowed around with a lady playing piano down the back and a bearded man on accordion amidships (pic 5). Every time they...
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iandsmith
Mar 02, 2011

The wonder of it all

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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iandsmith
Mar 02, 2011
 
 
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Battery Point

This is one of the oldest residential areas of Hobart. An area where some of the first settlers here lived. It is connected to Salamanca Harbour by Kelly’s Steps, which were constructed back in the...
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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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Hobart Harbour

We travelled by bus from Launceston to Hobart through some very pretty scenery. Hobart is the capital of Tasmania. It is a very pleasant town. We particularly liked the harbour which was filled with...
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Cascade Brewery

We took a walk up to the Cascade brewery. It is located in a very attractive old building and has lovely grounds. We did not do the tour, but we did visit the shop, sample the products in the cafe and...
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Tasman Bridge

The Tasman Bridge crosses the Derwent River, connecting Hobart's CBD to Hobart's eastern shore. The bridge is 1,395 metres long. It has a pedestrian footway on each side. The bridge was officially...
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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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