128 Murray Street, Hobart
0438 687 125


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6 Victoria Street, Hobart TAS, Australia
72 Elizabeth Street, Hobart TAS, Australia

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

Pier one, Brooke St, Hobart TAS 7000

‘Located on top of the floating Brooke Street Pier, the terminal for ferries to MONA, Aløft has spectacular, sparkling views of the Derwent River that add excitement to the understated glamour of Nordic-style blond-wood interiors under a peaked roof. The focus is on meticulously sourced local ingredients in clever Asian-accented dishes.’ Gourmet Traveller

305 Elizabeth St, North Hobart TAS 7000, Australia

A flavoursome Indian restaurant in North Hobart and Salamanca. The Goan Prawn Curry is a personal favourite.

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18 Elizabeth Street, Hobart TAS, Australia
(03) 6224 6478(03) 6224 6478

Excellent, world renowned coffee. Holds world records for most coffee made in an hour! Super friendly staff and amazing coffee (one of our personal favourites). Perfect for grabbing a coffee on your way to the wharf!

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.

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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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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.

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634 Richmond Rd, Cambridge TAS 7170, Australia

Tasmania’s cool temperate climate and prime agricultural land allows for it to have some of the best fruit seasons in the world. Tasmania’s fruit export to international countries is considered to be the most premium of produce. In the surrounding countryside, during the season some farms allow you to pick your own fruit!

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321 Marion Bay Rd, Bream Creek TAS, Australia

Just a short stop on the way to Eagle Hawk Neck and Port Arthur, perfect for a visit to get your hands on some award winning cool climate Tasmanian wine.


Melville Street, West Hobart TAS, Australia

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


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51 Murray Street, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia

The centre of the city is home to most of Hobart’s shopping hub. Ranging from general grocery shopping to department stores to boutique brand shopping. A range of technology and entertainment stores as well as the various small food courts fill the area as well.

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.

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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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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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11 Murray Street, Hobart TAS, Australia

Sweet tooth heaven! Baker of excellent cakes, pastries, bread, viennoiserie, tarts, and many more! Also has savoury salads and sourdough sandwiches! Wash it all down with one of their hot drinks too!


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Salamanca Place, Battery Point TAS, Australia

Dark MOFO is an annual event organised and sponsored by MONA and Hobart City Council. The event transpires all over the CBD and surrounding areas but is concentrated in the city. It features light shows and awe-inspiring displays of artwork, normally thought provoking. As well as this, it features acts and gigs by various artists and a two-weekend long feast on Macquarie Point. The event attracts 500,000 people to Tasmania and for good reason. If you’re in Hobart during Dark Mofo, it is a must do event.

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123 Collins St, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia

Boutique, degustation focussed restaurant and wine bar. Fresh, seasonal ingredients that rely on Tasmanian producers. Fabulous wines in their cellar. They offer everything from after-work drinks, to an evening with friends or a take-away bottle of wine from their uniquely stocked cellar. Reservations required for seating.

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5 Magnet Ct, Sandy Bay TAS 7005, Australia

Intimate atmosphere serving a nice selection of quality Italian meals. Fully licensed restaurant.

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