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RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel

$300 Per Night
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RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel

$300 Per Night
5 Rooms Left

RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel

$300 Per Night
5 Rooms Left

RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel

$300 Per Night
5 Rooms Left

RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel

$300 Per Night
5 Rooms Left

RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel

$300 Per Night
5 Rooms Left

Liebevoll, als Reise für kleine Gruppen gestaltet, lernen sie die wild-romantische Westküste mit dem Gordon River sowie dem Cradle Mountain Nationalpark und viele andere Sehenswürdigkeiten kennen.

Rates from 2395.0 AUD

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Enjoy an afternoon kunanyi / Mt. Wellington summit tour. 1,272m above sea level, the views & photos are incredible. Visit Australia's oldest brewery and hear stories of past times. Enjoy coffee at the Springs or a Beer at Cascade.

Rates from 55.0 AUD

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We are offering a unique opportunity for adventure lovers to watch the yachts in the Sydney to Hobart race round the corner on the final leg of this epic race. We do a three-day trip, leaving on December 28 and returning on the 30th.

Rates from 1650.0 AUD

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THIS 5 DAY SMALL GROUP TOUR WILL BRINGING YOU INTO CONTACT WITH PRISTINE WILDERNESS, UNIQUE WILDLIFE, BEAUTIFUL BEACHES, A SENSE OF HISTORY AND THE BEST OF CONTEMPORARY TASMANIAN HOSPITALITY.

Rates from 2296.0 AUD

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Port Arthur Historic Site, Mt Wellington, Tahune Adventures Tasmania, Strahan, Gordon River Cruise, Cradle Mountain, Cataract Gorge, Wineglass Bay, Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary

Rates from 3630.0 AUD

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These are usually five-day/four-night yacht charters. After departing from Hobart we usually overnight at the historic convict settlement of Port Arthur before heading up the East Coast to iconic destinations like Freycinet and Maria Island

Rates from 2950.0 AUD

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Richmond, Wicked Cheese, 3 Vineyards.

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Private tailored tour

Rates from 9891.0 AUD

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MONA is a big deal in Tassie. A museum (of sorts) that has changed the face of culture and tourism in Tasmania, MONA is a no brainer to add to your to-do list when visiting Hobart.

It’s hard to explain exactly what to expect from MONA, or the Museum of Old and New Art, other than a mind-blowing experience. It’s not for the faint of heart, and while it’s ostensibly family friendly, it’s probably worth thinking twice before bringing the little ones unless you want to pre-empt some conversations you might rather leave until later.

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Kunanyi, or Mount Wellington, is the geographic spirit of Hobart. It can be seen from the cbd, the inner suburbs and even most of the outer suburbs. Kunanyi, or "The Mountain" as it's known by most locals, dominates the skyline with picturesque beauty, a sight only improved by travelling into Wellington Range itself.

Kunanyi is free to visit and explore, with tracks suited to horses, mountain bikes or bushwalkers. There are many tracks to explore, and even secret cabins to discover. There's picnic areas for families to relax and bird watchers to enjoy the scenery. Wander out to ...

The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (or TMAG) is the top cultural, natural and heritage organisation in Tasmania, but it's also a great place to spend a day while you are in Hobart. For tourists, there's a lot to discover at TMAG about Tasmania's past, as well as the natural and cultural world that makes Tasmania such a unique island home for many today.

TMAG is the second oldest museum in Australia and was established in 1843, but it has since been entirely modernized to keep up with the times. This definitely isn't a stuffy museum ...

Located in the Huon Valley, south-west of Hobart, is one of Tasmania’s best kept secrets, the little town of Geeveston. This adorable country town is home of delicious apples, even more delicious lollies, and (somewhat unexpectedly) some of the world’s best sushi!

The best way to get to Geeveston is by car. You can take a relaxing drive from Hobart over an hour, or break up your trip by stopping in at Huonville on the way. Either way, you have time to prepare your taste buds for this scrumptious adventure.

Visitors to Geeveston can buy fresh apples by ...

Only a short 20 minute drive from Hobart CBD, Richmond is a delightful place to spend a day.

The area dates back to the 1820s and is still a site of historical beauty. The Richmond Bridge, built by convicts in the 1820s, is the oldest bridge in Australia. Wander down the Coal river and enjoy a picnic along side the bridge. Feed the ducks and lounge in the sun with your family before continuing on your Richmond adventure.

There are more than 50 Georgian buildings in Richmond, so it’s a lovely area to simply stroll and explore. But there ...