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Hobart Travel Guide  

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Hobart is the capital city of Tasmania, Australia and is the second oldest capital after Sydney. It is also the home for Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra. Hobart is filled with tourist spots. Some of them are Louisa’s Walk which is a strolling theater, Penitentiary Chapel that contains Court Rooms, Chapel, Tunnels and Holding Cells, Salamanca Market that includes sandstone buildings, Theatre Royal that presents music and dance, Mount Wellington that is often covered with snow, Battery Point which has historic houses and restaurants, South Bruny National Park that features cliffs, lush green rainforests and remote beaches, Mona Museum and Art Gallery, St. David’s Cathedral which showcases the works of George Bodley who was an Victorian Architect, Seven Mile Beach , Remarkable Cave, Shot Tower and North Hobart that has a wide range of dining experience. The must visit restaurants are Solo Pasta and Pizza, Daci and Daci Bakers, Ivory Café, Me Wah and Solicit.

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Robert Bale
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Overall Guide : From among Hobart’s attractions, Sullivan’s Cove is an important historical site as its marks the place of the initial settlement. The region around Mt Wellington is known for its biodiversity and is a haven for nature lovers. Also, there are... more a number of vineyards surrounding Hobart, the most renowned ones being Moorilla Estate and Cascade Brewery, the oldest brewery in Australia. The Moorilla Museum of Antiques also draws a lot of tourists every year. Built across River Derwent is the Tasman Bridge, which one of Hobart’s popular landmarks. Another place of interest is the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens with a wide collection of historical and the most unusual trees. It also has built heritages and is a popular spot. Hobart is host to the famous Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race which is a part of the Hobart Summer Festival. It is basically is a food and wine festival that begins soon after Christmas and extends till mid-January.
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Overall Guide : Hobart is the capital city of Tasmania, an island state of Australia. With a population of 4,88,700, it is the most populous city in the state. Hobart is located at the mouth of River Derwent and is an important seaport... more in Australia. Much of the city is also situated at the foothills of Mt. Wellington. With an average maximum winter temperature of 13°C and an average maximum summer temperature of 21°C, Hobart has a mild maritime climate; it also enjoys four distinct seasons. The city was founded in 1804 as a colony to detain prisoners and was known as Hobarton, named after the Colonial Secretary, Lord Hobart. It was named Hobart in 1875. At present, it is the administrative as well as the financial capital of Tasmania.
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Overall Guide : I think Hobart is an amazing place and has really beautiful scenic sites and various types of food. It covers a vast area of land. Tourists often comment on Hobart because it is plentiful. Geographers find Hobart an interestig place.... more Many traditions and cultures were mainly originated here, andit is also known as the pearl of Australia Iit is still a developing city and a home for thousands of people.
Not to be missed have fun , go snorkling , go to the museum
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