Hobart Travel guide
Hobart : Michelin's recommendations
Between its lively present-day animation, centred around its docks and numerous festivals, and its rich past illustrated by its many historic buildings (in particular in Battery Point), the highly nautical town of Hobart celebrates its status as the capital of Tasmania. A town to explore on foot.
Tourist attractions Hobart : Things to see and do
AUS - Hobart
Tasmania, an island on a human scale, is a must. Much of its superb natural beauty is on the UNESCO World Heritage List ; its shoreline is a paradise for divers and surfers; and its fine wines and restaurants promise excellent meals. You’re sure to ..
AUS - Hobart
Battery Point is a charming little village overlooking the sea, with rows of 19C cottages. The town’s oldest quarter owes its name to the canons placed here at the time to protect it from naval attacks.
34 Murray Street AUS - HOBART TAS 7000
"Mercure Hadleys Hobart Hotel is the oldest continuously operating boutique hotel in Tasmania. Well positioned in the city, the 71-room National Trust listed hotel was first built in 1834, and now offers 16 new self contained apartments located ..
167 Macquarie Street AUS - Hobart TAS 7000
Prix Prices from : 90 AUD
Situated in the heart of the Hobart city centre, Travelodge Hobart offers rooms with free Wi-Fi, a 32-inch LCD TV and beautiful views of Derwent River, Mount Wellington or Hobart City. Each heated room comes with satellite TV, a refrigerator and a t..
Corner Elizabeth & Bathurst Streets AUS - Hobart TAS 7000
Within walking distance of the shops of Hobart’s city centre, Quality Hobart Mid City Hotel offers contemporary accommodation with free parking. It is less than 1 km to Somerset Pier. Set in a modern décor, each room and studio is equipped with air ..