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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

Mures Seafood Restaurant Tips (7)

Muures Seafood House: Dont go to this Over-Rated seafood house

This Place was highly recommended -made a reservation and it the was MOST DISAPPOINTING part of my whole stay in Tasmania --Food was of the poorest quality serving size was small -Fries were greasy and the shrimp and scallop combo meal served on the UPPER DECK where the food is supposed to be alot betten the downstairs was terrible had no flavor - save your money and get a better meal at the canteen located right outside the restaurent on the pier - Pass this place up ..

Favorite Dish NOthing

deltabob
Mar 10, 2011

Mures Seafood Restaurant: Best seafood restaurant

Very good variety of seafood dishes and wines.

Favorite Dish Miso salmon - Grilled Atlantic salmon topped with a sweet red miso sauce and crisp lotus root, served with a warm salad of organic soba noodles, beans, asparagus, fennel and enoki mushrooms.

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HarShe
Nov 20, 2006

(various, at the docks): Fish Punts

We arrived in Hobart in bright sunshine and ate lunch at Constitution dock, buying fish and chips from one of the several small floating seafood takeaway boats (punts) moored there.
Eating Fish & Chips at the docks from these is like an institution in Hobart. (You can also buy fresh fish here)
Even businessmen were buying takeaway fish & chips and sitting on benches beside the water front, just like we tourists were.

It was a nice place to sit and look at all the boats and yachts moored there and watch the people go by. With interest we watched a fancy speed boat pull up beside one of the punts, order lunch, and a few minutes later load it on board and speed off again.
That would be the life!

Favorite Dish Fish & Chips, of course.
We had a nice ice cream at the large Mures seafood restaurant right beside the docks (they also have great tasting inexpensive short black coffee, reports my husband)

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Kate-Me
Apr 11, 2003

Mures Seafood Restaurant: Don't Miss The Fresh Seafood!

Fantastic meals in upper or lower deck. Close to the center of town and a great place to meet up with friends.
Lower Deck is filled with stores selling fresh seafood, meals and desserts. Upper Deck is a restaurant with wonderful meals, if a little more expensive than normal restaurant prices but well worth the money.

Favorite Dish Their Seafood Chowder is legendary!

VanessaPR
Jan 14, 2003
 
 
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Seafood, seafood & seafood!!!

Set on an upper deck, with an exceptional view over the Marinara or port. Very nice and quiet for a romantic nite out...

Favorite Dish The specialities of the restaurant is, of course, seafood!! Well, I could live on seafood-seafood baskets, grilled fish, calamari rings, fresh oysters....

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majoe
Sep 01, 2002

Eat in Mures!: Eat in Mures!

In the morning till late afternoon, there is a corner at the Lower Deck where fresh seafood are sold.

Favorite Dish The Mures Fish Center located at Victora Dock offers great seafood! We ate at the Lower Deck whcih is a busy self service licensed seafood bistro. If you have extra cash to spare, then make your way up to the Upper Deck a la carte seafood restuarant with its great location that offers a view of the dock. The resturant claims to use the freshest product on both decks, but honestly the 'fresh' oysters at the Lower Deck is not that fresh! But other than that, we had enjoyed our fish and chips and ice-cream (2 giant scoops for A$2.80)!

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sheryl_tan
Aug 24, 2002

Mures Restaurant: Mures Restaurant

Right on the water on Hobart's Victoria Dock, this restaurant is one of Hobart's landmark being involved in fishing since 1965 and restaurants since 1974. Whilst I don't think the new dockside Mures is quite the same as the old Mures in Battery Point ... the food is the best!

Favorite Dish The Sushi at this place is the best I have tasted in the world! They also have take away fish and a full a-la-carte restaurant upstairs

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tazmaniak
Aug 24, 2002
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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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