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Hobart Guide

What should first-time travellers do in Hobart?

Hobart’s Waterfront

Hobart’s scenic waterfront area is an integral part of Tasmania’s exciting capital. With numerous cafes, restaurants and bars to choose from, and the gigantic Mount Wellington as your backdrop, it’s a must-visit spot for first-time visitors with flights Palmerston to Hobart. Don’t forget to sample some of the local seafood from the local cafes and stalls while you’re there.

Climb Mount Wellington

It doesn’t matter if it’s your first trip to Hobart or not, one of the best things to do when you book flights Palmerston to Hobart is climb Mount Wellington. There’s several ways you can get to the top: hiking, cycling or tour bus. If you’ve booked Palmerston to Hobart flights for the summer, then consider heading up in time for the sunset. It’s one of the most spectacular views you’re likely to see.

Head to MONA

MONA (The Museum of Old and New Art) doesn’t feel like a traditional museum. The largely underground museum is all about doing things differently, from the unique, bewildering design of the building, to the art installations themselves. Maybe this is one of the reasons it’s Hobart’s top tourist attraction. It doesn’t take itself too seriously and with several exciting shows and exhibitions on throughout the year, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. If you’re booking tickets to Hobart from Palmerston, be sure to check MONA out.

Peruse stalls at the Salamanca Market

The famous Salamanca Market is one of Hobart’s biggest attractions and is an essential for first-time visitors with Palmerston to Hobart return flights. The market is open on Saturdays only, so it’s worth making sure you book flights over the weekend if you’re keen to visit one of the city’s top attractions. It has vendors and stalls from all over Tasmania, specialising in everything from fresh produce and tasty street food to vintage clothing and jewellery.

Get lost in Hobart’s fascinating history with a walking tour

Hobart is Australia’s second oldest capital city, which means that it has an incredible past. History enthusiasts with flights Palmerston to Hobart should consider doing a walking tour, like Hobart Historic Tours, because there’s so much to find out and learn about the city that you would otherwise miss. The tours are fantastic for providing very specific details about the city’s infamous past as a penal colony, as well as its whaling days.


What are the best bars in Hobart?

The Brunswick Hotel

The Brunswick Hotel is Australia’s second oldest pub, so even if you’re not particularly in search of a classic Aussie pub experience, you need to visit the hotel for its historic value alone. Despite its reputation among tourists, The Brunswick Hotel is still hugely popular with locals. It’s great if you’ve booked some cheap flights to Hobart from Palmerston during the summer and are in search of some respite from the Aussie sun, or if you simply want to have a good schooner in a good pub.


If you’re booking flights Palmerston to Hobart with friends, there are dozens of fantastic bars and pubs scattered throughout the city. Some are well known and very popular, like Rude Boy; others pride themselves on their exclusivity. Evolve probably falls somewhere between the two. It’s underneath the waterside MACq 01 Hotel and with numerous fossils on display is easily has one of the most unique interiors of any bar in Hobart. The cocktails are among the best in the city thanks to the experienced bar staff, and you can also order food and wine.

Hobart Brewing Co.

Beer lovers with tickets to Hobart from Palmerston should check out Hobart Brewing Co. This independent brewery is one of the top spots in the city when it comes to local beer, with everything from raspberry sour to American pale ale on tap. It’s a great spot to spend the day if you’re visiting Hobart with friends. They also do excellent brewery tours.

Gold Bar

A gem that’s very easy to miss, this snug gin and whisky bar is located on Morrison Street and is definitely worth adding to your itinerary when you book flights Palmerston to Hobart. It has an array of local Australian spirits and doesn’t do menus. Rather, you can tell the bar staff what you like and they’ll create something tailored to your tastes. The decor is also perfect if you’ve purchased Palmerston to Hobart flights as a couple and are in search of somewhere romantic to spend the evening.

Republic Bar & Cafe

For visitors with flights Palmerston to Hobart in search of an authentic Aussie pub, then you can’t go wrong at Republic Bar & Cafe. They do classic pub grub, great beer and live music nights. While there may be more original bars in Hobart, few are as warm and inviting as Republic Bar & Cafe.

IXL Long Bar

Located on Hunter Street, IXL Long Bar is one of Hobart’s best-known cocktail bars. With live jazz almost every night of the week and a cocktail selection that’s bound to please even the fussiest of drinkers, you need to consider visiting IXL Long Bar when you stay in Hobart. It’s luxurious and stylish — the perfect place to end the night after a day of sightseeing.