Hotels in Hobart and the South

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Find Places to Stay in Hobart and the South

Hobart combines rich colonial heritage with stunning natural beauty. Visit the renowned Salamanca Market, explore the historic Port Arthur site, or discover the stunning beauty of Bruny Island. With its vibrant arts scene, fresh local produce, and breathtaking landscapes, Hobart offers a rich and rewarding experience.

Hobart, Tasmania’s capital, is known for its rich history, culinary scene, and natural beauty. Visit the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), explore the historic Salamanca Place, or take a ferry ride to Bruny Island for gourmet food and wildlife. Venture south to the World Heritage-listed wilderness of Southwest National Park or visit the picturesque Huon Valley. The region offers a delightful blend of culture, history, and nature.

It’s known for colonial history, seafood, and stunning landscapes.


Find valuable insights in our FAQs section below to enhance your Hobart and South experience and make the most of your time delving into the fascinating history.

Must-visit attractions in Hobart and the South include MONA (Museum of Old and New Art), Port Arthur Historic Site, Mount Wellington, Salamanca Place, and Bruny Island.

Hobart and the South boast notable historic sites and landmarks, such as Port Arthur and Cascade Brewery, offering insights into the region’s colonial history and architectural heritage.

It’s fairly easy to get around Hobart without a car. The city is compact and walkable, and there’s a good public transportation system including buses and ferries.