Behind Hobart's historic waterfront is an open space where you can escape from some of the hustle and bustle of Salamanca ... More
Behind Hobart's historic waterfront is an open space where you can escape from some of the hustle and bustle of Salamanca Place and sit back, enjoy a coffee and cake and watch the restful fountain. Local musicians often perform in the area, particularly in summer and it is not unusual to be able to enjoy singers, flautists, guitar and violin players and sometimes a string quartet. Shops, including galleries, restaurants and coffee shops are also located in the Square.
Saturday mornings in Salamanca Square is chaos. People everywhere as the Salamanca Markets are in full swing. Plenty of places to eat and sit down and enjoy the atmosphere. A must do on your itinerary when you go to Hobart.
Producing some fine examples of beer, Cascade Brewery is Australia's oldest brewery established by Peter Degraves in 1832. The two
hour tour is informative and you can watch first hand the brewing process and learn about the history of ...
Settled in the 1820s, the Bellerive Village area was originally called Kangaroo Bluff. It was from here that people and
goods were ferried across the river and in 1975, ferries again operated after the collapse of the Tasman Bridge ...
Experience Tasmania Tours is a Hobart based company that specializes in half day and full day sightseeing tours. With over
13 different tours to choose from, this coach company is a good place to start planning visits, especially if ...
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