Nestled amongst the foothills of Mt Wellington, Hobart combines the culture, heritage and social excitement of any big city, whilst also offering some of the most incredible scenery and natural attractions anywhere in the world. Its perfect blend of traditional, modern and natural has seen Tasmania’s capital emerge as one of the world’s most desirable places to visit - guaranteed to offer something for everyone and leave an unforgettable impression upon all those who spend time there.
Due to its soaring popularity with tourists as well as its importance to the region’s economy, Hobart offers plenty of fantastic places to stay. An ideal option for those planning an extended stay in the city would be serviced apartments. Whether you are seeking a small studio or large corporate housing, these properties come with many of the benefits of a traditional hotel - such as room cleaning and reception services - whilst offering complete privacy as well as the added convenience of full kitchen facilities. Whatever the reason for your visit to Hobart, thesqua.re can match you with the perfect property to ensure you get the most out of your stay.
Hobart is noted for its incredible range of cultural and historic attractions - visitors will find numerous museums dedicated to everything from the city’s colonial past to the history of public transport on the island. There are also plenty of opportunities to learn about Tasmania’s indigenous heritage, with galleries displaying stunning artistic and ceremonial artefacts.
The city is also a fantastic base from which to explore the islands incredible wildlife and scenery. Visitors can take a boat or seaplane ride across Ross Bay and marvel at the stunning coastline and perhaps even spot some marine life, or experience a hiking excursion to explore the inland flora and fauna.
Hobart is also great for longer excursions - whether by boat, by car or on foot. It isn’t hard to find deserted beaches, vantage points offering stunning vistas or even other nearby islands with their own unique ecosystems - Tasmania is full of natural wonders and Hobart is the perfect place from which to explore them.
Holbart has plenty of great places to eat - especially along Elizabeth Street, an area known for its international flavours. Osaka Izakaya & Grill Restaurant, Ja & Jon Banh Mi and ar Wa Izakaya are some of the more exotic offerings, whilst Cultura Espresso Bar & Restaurant and Urban Greek are also popular international restaurants. For something a little more local, there’s Peacock and Jones or Landscape Restaurant & Grill.
There’s no shortage of great places to shop in Hobart - with plenty of familiar brands as well as local produce and specialist shops. Elizabeth Street Mall and Centrepoint are the main retail destinations, each offering hundreds of retailers under one roof, including fashion brands, electronic goods and homewares. There are also numerous specialist stores dotted around, such as the Salamanca Wool Shop, the Spindle Tree and Eastlands.
Hobart is a great place for enjoying both city and outdoor pursuits. Boutique Wine Tours offer the chance to sample some of the area’s unique wines, whilst Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens showcase some of the islands incredibly diverse flora and fauna. Alternatively, the Narryna Heritage Museum is a great way to learn about the city’s indigenous culture, as well as its colonial past, as is the Tasmanian Transport Museum. Those seeking high culture also have the option of the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, showcasing local and international pieces, as well as giving an overview of the history of the region.
Holbart has plenty of options when it comes to getting around. Whilst there is no longer a railway service, the city’s excellent roads are served by a comprehensive bus service, making the city easy to get around using public transport. The city is also perfectly designed for cyclists, with plenty of dedicated paths - including a 12km intercity bike track which runs from Hobart to Glenorchy along a redundant rail line.
Hobart's economy boasts a broad range of industries, including manufacturing, tourism and shipping. Zinc refinery Nyrstar is one of the major employers in the area, along with a host of light industry manufacturers, such as marine construction firm Incat. Other firm’s with a large presence in the area include Cadbury's Chocolate Factory, Norske Skog and Wrest Point Casino.
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Quest Trinity House is within close proximity of Hobart's Central Business District and Tasmanian Museum (1km) and a short walk to the Royal Botanical Gardens. The location has great access to the TCA Grounds, and the Museum of Old & New Art ... Read more
Quest Savoy is located within the Hobart Central Business District, minutes from Salamanca Place, Federation Concert Hall and the city's museums and art galleries and a short stroll to the Royal Botanical Gardens and leading Central Business ... Read more
Quest Waterfront is located in Hobart's waterfront area in the heart of the entertainment and tourism hub, on historic Sullivan's Cove. The hotel is a short walk to the Central Business District, museums and art galleries, Salamanca Place and ... Read more
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