Australia – Study Hobart
- December 16, 2020
- Posted by: eyesimple
- Category: Study Abroad
No doubt about it, Hobart’s future is looking rosy. Tourism is booming and the old town is brimming with new-found self-confidence. Plan on staying a while – you’ll need at least a few days to savour the full range of beers flowing from the city’s pubs.
When in Hobart, make sure you visit Salamanca Place in Sullivans Cove, which consists of rows of sandstone buildings. Life here in the 1830s was all about industry, but today this picturesque cobblestone square is a destination for food, art, shopping and music.
To see the best view of Hobart, club Mount Wellington! It only takes a 10 minute drive to reach the bottom of Mount Wellington. From there, choose a short walk, a long hike, a mountain bike ride or scale the 1300-metre sub-alpine rocky summit and reward yourself with incredible views of the city and Derwent Valley.
The compact, picturesque Tasmanian cities of Launceston, Devonport and Burnie have lots to delight travellers. Discover restaurants, galleries, parklands and historic streetscapes, meet the friendly locals and explore the surrounding attractions.