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What are the best things to do in Hobart?
Hobart’s Museum of Old and New Art is unlike any museum you’ve been to before. Opened in 2011, it’s now one of the most popular things to do in Hobart. If you’ve booked Auckland to Hobart flights, it’s a fantastic place to visit regardless of age or interest. As well as an extensive and interactive art collection, the museum itself is an incredible feat of architecture. There are tunnels, caves, spiralling staircases, and more, throughout its grounds. The museum also has a fantastic restaurant called The Source and an excellent bar and cafe. It’s a 20-minute ferry ride from Brooke Street Pier.
The Salamanca Market is held every Saturday. It’s very popular with locals and tourists alike looking for a relaxing way to spend a weekend morning, and is a great spot worth visiting for couples with flights from Auckland to Hobart. The market is located next to Hobart's pretty waterfront district and features food trucks, jewellery stalls, farmers' stalls and more.
Climb Kunanyi/Mount Wellington
Kunanyi/Mount Wellington is one of Hobart’s most iconic landmarks. Summit the mountain is a popular thing to do year-round. If you’ve booked Auckland to Hobart flights and are in search of some nature and vigorous exercise, you can hike to the top. Alternatively, you can take a 30-minute car ride to the summit. At the top, you’ll be treated to incredible views over Hobart. There are a number of different walkways near the top that give you different, but equally impressive views.
Cycling enthusiasts might even consider the Mount Wellington Descent Cycling Tour. The tour takes you to the top of Kunanyi and provides you with a mountain bike and helmet. From there, you get to cycle all the way down the mountain to the waterfront at Salamanca Place.
Tasmania has a rich colonial history and for many, an important part of visiting Hobart is to learn more about its past. If you’ve booked flights from Auckland to Hobart for a few days, it’s worth travelling out to Port Arthur. This historic site is where Tasmania's most infamous convicts were sentenced to intensive hard labour. There are guided tours that can take you around the site, or you can explore the grounds and its structures - the old guard tower, hospital and prison - by yourself.
What are the best restaurants in Hobart?
Franklin is located in a former Ford Motors showroom and serves up some of the best modern Australian cuisine in Hobart. Lamb, seafood and pigeon are among the favourites on the menu. Visitors with flights from Auckland to Hobart in search of authentic Australian cuisine won’t be disappointed when they stop in at Franklin.
MONA is one of Hobart’s top attractions. If you catch the ferry over to the museum, make sure you grab a meal at The Source while you’re there. If you’re booking Auckland to Hobart return flights with friends, The Source is one of the best places to eat as a group. The menu is designed for sharing and there’s an extensive wine selection on offer.
Couples with tickets to Hobart from Auckland should consider stopping in at the Willing Bros wine bar. Not only does it boast one of the best wine lists in the city, it also serves delicious meals, from steak fries to Milanese risotto.
When it comes to Italian food in Hobart, it doesn’t get much better than Fico. This popular eatery has all the classics on its menu, but, unlike some other Italian restaurants, isn’t afraid to experiment as well. Local sea urchin is regularly on the menu, as well as fantastic seasonal produce.
What are the best cafes in Hobart?
Small-fry is open for breakfast and lunch, and is a favourite among local foodies. The menu is seasonal so what you can order will depend on when you book your Auckland to Hobart flights. If you’re simply looking to grab something while you’re out sightseeing, there are lots of sweet treats to choose from as well.
A favourite among pasty lovers, this cafe is all about freshly baked bread, doughnuts and speciality coffee. It can get quite busy on weekends, but if you do have to wait for a table, it’s well worth it.
Room For A Pony
Room for a Pony is one of the many stylish cafes that have popped up in Hobart in recent times. Whether you opt for one of the many green bowls on the menu or fancy indulging in their three-cheese toastie, it’s a cool little cafe that’s worth a visit.