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What are the best places to eat in Hobart?
Despite its relatively small population of just under 250,000 people, Hobart has a plethora of restaurant options. When you book flights Nelson to Hobart, make sure you check out at least a few of these.
Aloft has one of the best restaurant locations in all of Hobart. It’s above Brooke Street pier, so has stunning views of the Derwent, making it a great place to book when you’re visiting the world-famous Museum of Old and New Art (MONA).
If you’re one of the many people that know you will be visiting MONA as soon as you book tickets to Hobart from Nelson, be sure to grab a table at The Source. Like the best restaurants in Tasmania, The Source is all about serving local ingredients and dishes with care and attention. It’s great for couples, families and thanks to shared plates and a long cocktail list, large groups as well.
This unassuming Italian restaurant doesn’t look like much from the outside, but its exterior shouldn’t fool you; the dishes themselves are unforgettable. Try the grilled sardines and meyer lemon served in a pool of buttermilk and spring onion oil, or opt for the prosciutto on gnocco fritto. Either way, you’re bound to be impressed.
If you’re the kind of person who loves to sample the local cuisine of the place you visit, then add Dier Makr to your itinerary when you book Nelson to Hobart flights. It’s widely regarded as one of the best restaurants in Tasmania, has a fantastic wine list and an enviable cocktail selection.
Foodies with Nelson to Hobart return flights may already know about Fico before they’ve even got to Tasmania’s capital. The renowned Italian restaurant does everything from house made spaghetti with saffron, dill and sea urchin to crispy brioche fingers with Ortiz anchovies. It’s run by chefs Federica Andrisani and Oskar Rossi who, despite the high level of craftsmanship, ensure that their beloved restaurant never loses it’s warm and friendly aura.
The Agrarian Kitchen Eatery
If you’ve managed to snatch up some cheap flights to Hobart from Nelson and want to spend the money you’ve saved on a nice meal, book The Agrarian Kitchen Eatery. It’s a 40 minutes' drive from Hobart, but is well worth the journey. Somehow, owners Rodney Dunn and Severine Demanet have transformed this former hospital into one of the most inviting, relaxing and delicious restaurants in all of Tasmania.
What are the top experiences in Hobart?
Couples and friends with flights from Nelson to Hobart will love Tasmania’s wineries. Hobart is only a 20 minutes' drive from the Coal River Valley, Tasmania’s top wine-producing area. You can book a tour, hire a car or simply jump in a taxi to get there. It’s a particularly scenic drive and the area itself has quaint little bakeries, cafes and historic buildings dating back to the 1800s, not to mention the wineries themselves. Pooley Wines, Puddleduck and Tolpuddle are just some of the many worth visiting.
Do a ghost tour
It may seem a little touristy to some, but Hobart and Tasmania has an undeniably fascinating history. The second-oldest European settlement in Australia, Hobart was once an infamous penal colony and as a result is full of interesting, often brutal tales and stories. If you’d rather do without the ghosts, there are several self-guided walking tours available as well, which can take you from the pier to Parliament House.
Visit Cascade Brewery
Cascade Brewery is Australia’s oldest operating brewery and is a must visit for groups and couples with flights Nelson to Hobart. Dating back to 1824, the knowledgeable staff can provide tours, beer and food tasting for groups. You should also consider visiting the heritage gardens whilst you’re there to enjoy some sun and tasty local beer at the same time.
What are the best breakfast spots in Hobart?
Pigeon Whole Bakers
Pigeon Whole Bakers is a local institution in Hobart, so don’t be surprised if the queues are out the door when you visit. If you want delicious Australian sourdough and hand-made pastries, it doesn’t get much better than this family-owned store. They also do a great cup of coffee to get your day off to a good start.
If you’ve booked tickets to Hobart from Nelson and are staying in the southside of the city, you’ll be near Ginger Brown. On the seasonally based menu, expect to see dishes like house-made crumpets served with maple butter, bruschetta served with hot-smoked salmon and goats cheese, plus freshly baked cookies and muffins to satiate those with a sweet-tooth.