One of the world’s most photographic cities,
Hobart is famous for its culture and diversity. Framed by the majestic
Mt Wellington, standing 1271 metres above the city, Hobart is 5 minutes
away from prominent attractions including Sullivans Cove, Battery
Point, the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens and Constitution Dock.
Situated on the deep water harbour of the Derwent
River, Hobart maximises the use of the deep water port, gateway to
Antarctica and home of the finishing line for the Sydney to Hobart
The city of Hobart offers a relaxed island lifestyle
with friendly welcoming people; a pleasant climate, superb food and
wine and a diverse culture. Hobart is truly unique in the way history
meets cultural diversity, striking a balance that has helped define
and promote the tourism industry within Tasmania.
As Australia’s second oldest capital city,
Hobart has established itself as one of the country’s most
popular tourist destinations, boasting many attractions that are
recognised for both their historical significance as well as the
interest in which they generate.