The capital of the state, this city enjoys an enviable location on the River Derwent and is home to a wide variety of attractions and sights.
When you stay in this city, you will have plenty to keep you busy, including Mona, the Museum of Old and New Art. It is the largest privately funded museum in in Australia, and one of the world’s most unique and controversial art spaces. It is located on the gorgeous estate of the Moorilla winery on the Berriedale peninsula, providing the perfect blend of sight and taste to tantalise your senses.
Of course, if you want to venture outside the city and explore a little further afield, you will be able to look forward to some great experiences. There are various luxurious Hobart day tours that The Tailor offers. With the right Hobart tours, you can visit a wide variety of sights are ideal for a memorable and exciting day trip.
Venturing into the rainforest at Mt. Field National Park or the Bonorang Wildlife Sanctuary will put you right in the wild heart of the oldest National Park in Tasmania. It’s beautiful walks, stunning views, abundant wildlife and spectacular waterfalls make this national treasure a must see.
Just off the mainland of Tasmania, just a short ferry ride from the seaside village of Kettering, you can discover the wonders of Bruny Island, a rugged untouched sanctuary that features beautiful white sandy beaches, crystal clear water and an abundance of local wildlife in South Bruny National Park (including curious white wallabies).
For a taste of local cuisine indulge in the renowned natural produce on the islands western side. The area is famous for producing delectable freshly shucked oysters, delicious berries, succulent salmon, mouth-watering lamb and award-winning handmade cheese. The cellar doors are also one of a kind for those with a taste for fine wine. The clear autumn days in Tasmania are ideal for the slow fruit-ripening conditions needed to create premium cool-climate wines.