Category: Hobart’s History

What to do with 3 Days in Hobart

So you’ve booked a trip to Tasmania and you have no idea what to do. Well look no further, here are our suggestions for getting out and about and enjoying the best of food, wine and entertainment close to Hobart. For some of these activities you’ll want a car but if you’d like to go without, that’s…

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Hobart’s Australian Wooden Boat Festival 2017

Don’t miss one of Hobart’s most loved festivals Hobart’s Wooden Boat Festival has steadily grown since 1994, now hosting the southern hempisphere’s largest gathering of wooden boats and remains the only event of its kind in the country. Over 550 boats will participate in 2017, drawing together boat builders, enthusiasts and tourists alike. Don’t miss the…

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Arthur Circus

Historic Arthur Circus is one of the cutest and most iconic streets in Battery Point and indeed the whole of Hobart. The cottages surrounding the village green of Arthur Circus were constructed for the officers of the garrison and are by today’s standards very small dwellings. Built around the same period as the Grand Old Duke,…

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