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128 Murray Street, Hobart
0438 687 125


158 Murray St, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia

Hop Vine & Still is a niche liquor store that specialises in great craft beer from Australia and around the world, and fine wines and spirits from Tasmania, smaller producers and other unique places around the world.

150 Murray Street, Hobart TAS, Australia
Lotus Centre Leve 2/ 45 Victoria St
72 Elizabeth Street, Hobart TAS, Australia

A range of classes and a well equipped gym. Has something to suit everyone’s fitness needs.

Melville Street, West Hobart TAS, Australia

Cellarbrations in Melville Street. Some pubs/hotels nearby will sell takeaway sealed bottles of wine/beer/spirits.


81-87 Elizabeth St, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia

Banks Several major banks have
branches within 1-2 blocks of our
apartment. The closest being on                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Commonwealth bank on liverpool street.

39 Barrack Street, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia

Fresh and organic produce store on Barrack Street.

144 Murray Street, Hobart TAS, Australia

Located less than a minute walk, at 144 Murray Street (Chemist Warehouse – 62233044).

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34 Criterion St, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia

Gourmet Tasmanian organic products.

44 Argyle Street, Hobart TAS, Australia
(03) 6227 4830(03) 6227 4830

Located in the Wellington Centre, Woolworths Hobart CBD is the main supermarket in the CBD and is only a short walk away.

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4038 Cradle Mountain Rd, Cradle Mountain TAS 7306, Australia

A true Tasmanian wilderness experience. It features the famous Cradle Mountain and Dove Lake. All aspects of this park are picturesque. It is home to many native animals and plants. Cradle Mountain has a many walking tracks in the surrounding area which have varying levels of difficulty. The best time to visit is late Spring and during Summer. Lake St Clair and Cradle Mountain are a four hour drive from Hobart.

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Coles Bay, Freycinet, and Wineglass Bay are all in close proximity to each other on the east coast of Tasmania. About two hours drive from Hobart, it is the perfect location to visit for a day trip. The drive up is littered with vineyards and once you do make it there, you are greeted with gorgeous scenery in every direction. A very popular destination filled with walking tracks and the famous Wineglass Bay lookout (prime Instagram location), it is a must go Tassie location.

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Bay of Fires, Tasmania, Australia

The Bay of Fires stretch along the east coast of Tasmania and is one of the most beautiful areas of Australia, white sand, clear water, and orange lichen. Named by Lonely Planet as one of the hottest destinations in the world, it is truly worth the trip up. The Bay of Fires is a national park and conservation area that keeps it pristine for all to enjoy. The east coast road is dotted with small campsites and resorts that allow for an extended stay in a beautiful region of the world. The Bay of Fires and Binalong Bay are a three hour drive from Hobart.

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Richmond TAS, Australia

Richmond village is situated in the famous Coal River Valley and is one of the oldest towns in Australia. Filled with sandstone buildings and convict made structures and roots, Richmond is a step back into Tasmania’s history while also being a fine food and wine hub.

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Seven Mile Beach TAS, Australia

Hobart has many surrounding beaches available for a day trip. A popular one near the city is Sandy Bay’s long beach which is home to public barbeques and a children’s playground. Another popular beach that is close to the city across the river is Bellerive Beach, right on the doorstep of Blundstone Arena. Bellerive beach has public barbeques and a children’s playground. Another popular but very large beach is Seven Mile Beach, right near the airport.

Dock Head Building, Franklin Wharf, Hobart TAS 7000

Award winning tourism adventures with passionate local guides that offers tours from Hobart, Bruny Island, and Port Arthur.

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Hastings Caves State Reserve, Hastings TAS, Australia

Hastings Caves is a 90 minute drive from Hobart in the Huon Valley. Hastings Caves is a natural dolomite cave system formed millions of years ago. Guided tours are available from a Parks and Wildlife guide and you can relax in the heated thermal springs reserve. There are picnic and barbeque facilities in the area allowing for a perfect day trip.

Parks and Wildlife Service Website for Hastings: https://www.parks.tas.gov.au/index.aspx?base=4525

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Peppermint Bay, Tasmania, Australia

Leaving from the Hobart Waterfront, Peppermint Bay Cruises is a lovely way to experience Hobart and the Derwent River. The Cruise takes you down the Derwent towards Bruny and into Peppermint Bay before returning you to Hobart.

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Mount Wellington, Wellington Park TAS, Australia

The mountain the overlooks Hobart, a great way to see the beauty of our capital city from high and afar. Only a short drive from the CBD filled with walking tracks, wildlife and fauna. It is the perfect way to see spend a day, whether you like the snow in winter or the clear skies in summer. There are a few short walks with lovely views also.

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Mount Field National Park, Uxbridge TAS, Australia

Mt Field National Park is a quintessential Tasmanian park filled with unique vegetation like the gum forests to the large tree ferns at the foot of the mountain. This park is perfect for day trippers and those that like to walk in undisturbed nature. Within the park you can also visit the cascading Russell Falls.

Parks and Wildlife Service Website on Mt Field National Park: https://www.parks.tas.gov.au/?base=3589

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