Three days in Hobart offer plenty of time to experience Tasmania’s historic sites, natural wonders, and delicious cuisine. Take advantage of money-saving combo deals and sightseeing passes, spend longer at the sights that interest you most, and customize your itinerary to suit your interests.
In the Tasmanian capital of Hobart, hip locals head to North Hobart and its main strip, Elizabeth Street, to visit its restaurants and coffee shops, bohemian bars, boutiques, bakeries and live music venues. A real “eat street,” Elizabeth Street cuisine ranges from Turkish to Spanish tapas, Indian to modern Australian. It’s also popular to visit North Hobart’s delis which sell local Tasmanian produce. With plenty of atmosphere day or night, on 375 Elizabeth Street the independent State Cinema is an institution that’s over 100 years old. Inside there’s a curated bookstore, rooftop cinema, and coffee shop.
A good spot for brunching and people watching, from North Hobart there are great views of downtown with Mount Wellington towering over the city. Wander the back streets off Elizabeth Street to check out the old Hobart homes, and to check out the street art and murals along Tony Haigh Walk.
Hobart, TAS, 20 new town road Newtown, North Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
North Hobart district is a 10-minute drive or 20 minutes by bus from downtown Hobart, straight up Elizabeth Street. Hobart has an efficient public bus system, and a day pass for the city costs AUD $4.80.
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- Queens Domain
- Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens
- Hobart Runnymede
- Hobart Convict Penitentiary
- Constitution Dock
- Macquarie Wharf Cruise Ship Terminal (Hobart Cruise Port)
- Lark Distillery
- Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
- St. David's Cathedral
- Maritime Museum of Tasmania
- Sullivan's Cove
- Mawson's Hut Replica Museum
- Hobart Salamanca Market
- Parliament House
- South Hobart