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nipaluna / Greater Hobart

Welcome to nipaluna / Greater Hobart, Tasmania’s bustling capital and the second-oldest city in Australia.

There are certain things going for nipaluna / Hobart that it enjoys with natural abandon. Few cities can boast a mountainous backdrop, harbour on the doorstep and some of the world’s cleanest air.

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Hobart and Beyond invites you to immerse yourself in the unique allure of this city, celebrated for its compact size that effortlessly combines heritage, stunning landscapes, and a rich tapestry of culture.

As you venture beyond the vibrant city centre, you’ll uncover a treasure trove of experiences, from breweries and vineyards to world-class museums and breathtaking mountains, all just a stone’s throw away.

kunanyi / Mt Wellington. Image Credit: Luke Tscharke
kunanyi / Mt Wellington. Image Credit: Luke Tscharke

Exploring kunanyi / Mt Wellington

kunanyi / Mt Wellington is much loved and enjoyed by visitors and locals alike. It is Tasmania’s most visited natural attraction.

The sheer height of Mount Wellington, with views over the Greater Hobart Region, is stunning, to say the least. We have put together the ultimate guide to help you enjoy your visit.

Museum of Old and New Art
Museum of Old and New Art

Discover Mona Museum

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. Architecture nerds, artsy types, and foodies will be particularly in their element. We’ve put together some tips for the ultimate day out at Mona—it really is one of the top things to do in Hobart!

Arthur Circus, Battery Point. Image Credit: Dale Baldwin
Arthur Circus, Battery Point. Image Credit: Dale Baldwin

Explore Battery Point

Initially established in the early 1800s as a coastal defence, this area evolved from housing colonial whalers and dockworkers to becoming a vibrant Hobart suburb, preserving its unique heritage. Today, Battery Point welcomes visitors with charming cafes, distinctive boutiques, and contemporary art galleries

Salamanca Market
Salamanca Market

Weekend Guide to Hobart Markets

Hobart is known for its vibrant arts scene, historical significance and local Markets.

Hobart Markets stand out as windows into the local culture, offering an authentic experience that’s both immersive and delightful.

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