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Battery Point

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Battery Point

As nipaluna / Hobart’s most historic suburb, Battery Point is best discovered on foot. This way, you can take a good peek at old sailor cottages, pop in for a croissant at the bakery, and literally stop and smell the historic rose varieties lining Kelly Street.

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Glenorchy

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Glenorchy

Glenorchy is just a few kilometres upriver from nipaluna / Hobart, and is becoming increasingly known for its busy arts scene. Could this be due to its rather well-known neighbour MONA or fortuitous timing that the area is celebrating its creative side?

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nipaluna / Hobart

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nipaluna / Hobart

There are certain things going for nipaluna / Hobart that it enjoys with natural abandon. Few cities can boast a mountainous backdrop, harbour on the front doorstep and some of the world’s cleanest air. nipaluna / Hobart is Tasmania’s liveable, dynamic capital and also Australia’s second oldest city.

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Salamanca Market

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Salamanca Market

it wouldn’t be a trip to Southern Tasmania without meandering you way through the Salamanca Market on a Saturday morning. Home to a great range of goodies from Tasmanian artists, designers and producers, the Salamanca Market is more than just a shopping trip, it is an experience in itself.

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MONA - Museum of Old & New Art

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MONA – Museum of Old & New Art

Alright, it’s time to get weird. David Walsh built the Museum of Old and New Art (Mona) to house his collection of ancient, modern and contemporary art. A day out at Mona—aka the Museum of Old and New Art—is a must-do when visiting Hobart. Leave your sensibilities at the door and embrace the eccentric. 

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TMAG

Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery

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Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG)

TMAG is the second oldest museum in Australia and has its origins in the collections of the country’s oldest scientific society, the Royal Society of Tasmania, which was established in 1843.

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Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens

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Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens

The Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens is Australia’s cool climate garden, with a number of unique collections including Australia’s only Subantarctic Plant House. With a total of 14 hectares to explore, visitors can take time to relax and explore or tailor a walk based on personal interest.

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Cascade Brewery Bar

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Cascade Brewery Bar

Cascade Brewhouse is nestled at the base of the majestic kunanyi / Mount Wellington and set against Australia’s oldest brewery, Cascade Brewery. With a rich Tasmanian heritage, the over three acres of heritage gardens provide the perfect backdrop for an afternoon beverage and a bite to eat.

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Wrest Point

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Wrest Point

The Wrest Point Hotel & Casino is located on the waterfront in Sandy Bay, a short drive (or taxi ride) south from the nipaluna / Hobart CBD. Wrest Point is a hot spot for entertainment and fine dining, featuring stunning river and mountain views and offering genuine Tasmanian hospitality.

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kunanyi / Mount Wellington

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kunanyi / Mount Wellington

Rising 1270 metre above nipaluna / Hobart’s harbour and the wide Derwent River, kunanyi / Mt Wellington dominates the Hobart skyline and is an iconic experience within 20 minutes of the city.

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Moonah Arts Centre

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Moonah Arts Centre (MAC)

Moonah Arts Centre (MAC) is a regional focus for arts and cultural development in Glenorchy City and across southern Tasmania. Owned and operated by Glenorchy City Council, MAC aims to enrich community by providing accessible and affordable arts and cultural experiences.

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The Shot Tower Historic Site

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The Shot Tower Historic Site

Today, it rates among Tasmania’s top visitor attractions, but its original function was industrial, turning a hazardous mix of hot lead, arsenic and antimony into ammunition.

The Shot Tower, 11 kilometres south of nipaluna / Hobart in Taroona, furnishes a rare window into manufacturing history and at the same time rewards visitors with remarkable views at the top of over 300 wooden steps.

kriwalayti / Mount Nelson Signal Station and Lookout

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kriwalayti / Mount Nelson Signal Station and Lookout

kriwalayti / Mount Nelson is a nipaluna / Hobart suburb and the location of a conservation area and lookout, just a 10-min drive (5 km) south of nipaluna / Hobart. It’s also the location of a colonial-built signal station.

The signal station was built in 1811 and was the first of a chain of signal stations that once linked nipaluna / Hobart Town with Port Arthur. A short message from nipaluna / Hobart to Port Arthur and return reply could be completed in approximately fifteen minutes – under clear conditions.

MyState Bank Arena

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MyState Bank Arena

Major sports, entertainment and conference venue that is home to Tasmania’s mighty JackJumpers basketball team.

Blundstone Arena

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Blundstone Arena

Tasmania’s premier sports and entertainment venue, and home to Tasmanian Cricket, our team the mighty Hurricanes, and AFL matches.