Popular places to visit in Hobart Central Business District
You can search for that perfect souvenir with a trip to Salamanca Market, a popular shopping spot in Hobart. Discover the fascinating museums in this walkable area or seek out the local tours.
Spend a day in this area where sandstone warehouses are now home to gourmet restaurants, trendy bars, galleries and a busy Saturday market.
History seeps from the stones on Hobart’s waterfront, where colonial buildings are now galleries and where you can eat fresh seafood and watch a famous yacht race.
Immerse yourself in the state’s history and art at these 19th-century waterfront buildings where collections include an exhibit on the fabled Tasmanian tiger.
You can take time to visit Franklin Wharf during your travels to Hobart. Visit the shops and top-notch restaurants in this walkable area.
Dance, music and theater comes alive in this historic venue, constructed in the 1830s and saved from demolition several times by prominent figures such as Laurence Olivier.
Top things to do in Hobart Central Business District
Bruny Island Food, Sightseeing & Exclusive Lighthouse Tour
Bruny Island Wilderness Cruise Day Tour from Hobart
Bruny Island Traveller - Tasting Trail Day Tour from Hobart
Full-Day Port Arthur, Richmond & Tasman Peninsula Tour
Entry Pass to the Port Arthur Historic Site
Skip the Line: Mawson's Huts Replica Museum General Entry Ticket
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Sullivan's Cove is known for its captivating waterfront views, and with sights like Salamanca Place and Salamanca Market, you won't get bored spending a day wandering around this part of Hobart.
The ample dining options and captivating waterfront views are top of the list for many visitors to Battery Point. A stop by St. George's Anglican Church or Narryna Heritage Museum might round out your trip.
North Hobart is popular for its abundant dining options, and you can check out North Hobart Oval, a top attraction in the neighbourhood.
South Hobart is noteworthy for its art galleries, and you can make a stop at top attractions like Cascade Brewery and Cascades Female Factory Historic Site.
New Town is noteworthy for its shopping, and you can make a stop at top attractions like Tasmanian Hockey Centre and Runnymede.
The ample dining options and casino gaming are top of the list for many visitors to Sandy Bay. A stop by Wrest Point Casino or Long Beach might round out your trip.