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Book Hobart holiday packages to witness the charm of Tasmania’s countryside with a blend of Australian modernism. Through the package, explore the popular attractions like Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens with the World’s only Subantarctic Plant House. The enchanting gardens nourish rarest flora like King Lomatia Plants from Macquarie Island. Apart from the garden, Hobart Package allows you to tour two of its most popular museums- MONA and Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. MONA showcases Art Collector David Walsh’s exquisite collection while Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery displays objects portraying aboriginal culture.

Hobart holidays package takes you to the weekend markets like Salamanca, Farm and Street Eats @ Franko that sell important items and eatables at an affordable rate. Considering the beauty of Hobart, you can catch the wonderful sight of Tasman Bridge lighting up over its reflex from Derwent River. You can explore many more such attractions like Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, and Mount Wellington. Hobart Holiday packages include some of the best accommodation available across the Tasmanian capital. The packages book the best restaurants, and bars like Cascade Brewery that cater to your quest for Australian food and wine.
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Which are some best places to visit in Hobart?

1. Salamanca Market: Out of all Hobart tour packages, the Salamanca Market is the best place to shop your favorite items from over 300 stallholders. This weekend shopping hub is located in Salamanca Place beside Hobart waterfront. Since its opening in the 70s, the City of Hobart has operated this market to date. It is one of the most visited places in Tasmania offering a variety of products like beautiful glass, organic produce, timber, wine, food, ceramics, jewelry, clothing, artwork, bath, and body care. Apart from these items you can eat freshly served hot food and buy special hand-crafted gifts for your loved ones.

Location: Salamanca Pl, Hobart TAS 7001, Australia.

Timings: Saturdays 08:30 AM to 03:00 PM.

2. Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens: Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens spreads 14 hectares across Hobart. It is a cool climate garden that encompasses the only Subantarctic Plant House in the World to nourish more than 6000 native and exotic species. Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens collects plants from Macquarie Island including some of the rarest species like King’s Lomatia Plants. The garden hosts several exhibitions in its gallery and contains a souvenir shop and restaurant for you to eat at. As a part of Hobart holiday packages, you can take a 50-minute walking guided tour of the gardens and can also explore them on a 1-hour buggy trip.

Location: Lower Domain Rd, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia.

Timings: Every day 08:00 AM to 06:30 PM.

3. MONA: Hobart tour packages consist of exploring MONA- Museum of Old and New Art in Tasmania. The museum was created by David Walsh, an Australian art collector and gambler to showcase paintings and magnificent architecture. The interiors of the museum are inspired by Australian modernism and the art showcases David Walsh’s collection of contemporary, ancient, and modern art. The museum is sometimes called “Subversive Adult Disneyland” due to its central themes. The exterior of the museum holds a lush kitchen garden. As you explore the museum, you can enjoy listening to live music throughout your visit.

Location: 655 Main Rd, Berriedale TAS 7011, Australia.

Timings: Friday to Monday 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM.

4. Farm Gate Market: Just as the name suggests Farm Gate Market is the ultimate place to buy fresh procure directly from the Farmers. The bustling market is a weekend spot that offers the freshest food among all the Hobart holiday packages. The Sunday market has 10 rotating street food vendors that keep international cuisines like Mexican, Sri Lankan, Indonesian, South American, etc with a touch of Australian taste. The locally roasted coffee is served by Barista in the classic Burger Bar. You can try out seafood and local meat cooked over charcoal, and try out Tasmanian dishes served in compostable materials.

Location: 104 Bathurst St, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia.

Timings: Sundays 08:30 AM to 01:00 PM.

5. Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery: Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery is one of the most popular museums in Hobart that welcomes 400,000 visitors every year. The 176-year-old museum is included in most Hobart tour packages as it is second oldest and among most important places established by The Royal Society of Tasmania. It showcases old scientific and historic collections aiming to protect the physical remains of Tasmania’s Aboriginal culture. Abbreviated as TMAG, the museum incorporates 2,000 sq m to host historical and artistic exhibitions. There are almost 800,000 objects including fine arts and fossils inside the museum. You can take your family on a guided tour through its galleries, permanent collection, and temporary exhibitions.

Location: Dunn Pl, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia.

Timings: Tuesday to Sunday 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM.

6. Cascade Brewery Bar: Cascade Brewery Bar is the oldest operating brewery in Australia since 1824. Located at the foothills of Mt. Wellington, the brewery serves the best of Tasmania. You can visit the brewery as a part of Hobart holiday packages to taste Tasmanian food and enjoy drinking beer and alcoholic ciders. There are lush green gardens that surround the brewery and you can watch people walking on the grass on a warm sunny day. Some of the signature beers to check out are Tasmania’s best-selling beer Cascade Draught, and several others like Cascade Lager, Cascade Bitter, Cascade Premium Light, Cascade Stout, etc.

Location: 140 Cascade Rd, South Hobart TAS 7004, Australia.

Timings: Wednesday to Saturday 11:00 AM to 09:00 PM, and Sunday to Tuesday 11:00 AM to 05:00 PM.

7. Tasman Bridge: Tasman Bridge is a part of most Hobart tour packages as it lets you travel on the highway over the Derwent River. The 1396-meter-long bridge carries Tasman Highway and is the main traffic route from the Western shore of Hobart City Center to the eastern side. There is a pedestrian footway on either side of the bridge. The view of the bridge is visible from many locations across the city like Montagu Bay, Mount Wellington, Eastern shore, etc. During the night, the lights illuminate the bridge to present you with a view of a beautiful reflection in the River Derwent.

Timings: Every day 09:15 AM to 04.00 PM.

8. Street Eats @ Franko: Street Eats @ Franko is a hyperactive inner-city market that offers the tastiest food and drinks alongside electric musical acts. As a part of Hobart holiday packages, it lets you eat at its various stalls like Vietnamese Street food at Banh MI N Grill, Pizzas at Carb Diem, American and Mexican BBQ at Diemen Grill, etc. You can even try some of the most unique flavors of Venezuela, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and India. There is food for vegans as well at the Vegan Hobart Restaurant. You can enjoy your drinks at Franko Bar, Juice Press, and Punch + Ladle.

Location: Franklin Square, 70 Macquarie St, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia.

Timings: Fridays 04:30 PM to 09:00 PM.

9. Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary: Hobart tour packages let you enter the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary to witness the magnificent fauna like Blue-tongued lizards, Tasmanian Devils, Yellow-Tailed Black Cockatoos, etc. You can catch the sight of playful Kangaroos roaming freely inside the wildlife sanctuary. While touring the place, you can feed these Kangaroos their favorite food. You can even take a night tour of the wildlife sanctuary to watch the nocturnals like Tawny frogmouths, Sugar gliders, Eastern Quolls, etc, lurk in the dark. The authorities present you with their challenges and need to protect Australian wildlife through various techniques and programs.

Location: 593 Briggs Rd, Brighton TAS 7030, Australia.

Timings: Every day 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM.

10. Mount Wellington: Mount Wellington is among the most popular locations of Hobart which stands 1271 meters above sea level. It is a part of Hobart holidays that lets you explore its heights through thick forests, walking tracks, and its snow-trails. You can reach its observation deck known as the “Summit of Kunayi” to witness the breathtaking views of Hobart and Southern Tasmania. There are several other things to do on the Mountain like cycling through its North South Track, and wide Pipeline Track, playing with snow during the winters, and enjoying a coffee at Cafe Lost Freight or beer at Fern Tree Tavern.

Timings: Open 24 Hours.

Which are the best museums to explore in Hobart?

1.Museum of Old and New Art: The Museum of Old and New Art in Tasmania is among the most popular ancient cum modern museums to explore. David Walsh, an Australian art collector, and gambler built this museum to showcase his ancient antiques and new artworks. The museum is sometimes referred to as “Subversive Adult Disneyland” due to its unique theme while the exterior has a kitchen garden.

2.Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery: Holiday packages to Hobart lets you witness 800,000 objects at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. It is among the most popular museums in Australia which witnesses 400,000 visitors every year. The 176-year-old museum is the second oldest museum in Australia that safeguards the physical remains of Tasmania’s culture through its galleries, permanent collection, and temporary exhibitions.

3.Maritime Museum of Tasmania: Just as the name suggests, the Maritime Museum of Tasmania showcases shipwreck artifacts, paintings, models, and real-life photographs. The Museum has a separate bookshop to sharpen up your ocean knowledge and a gift shop to buy souvenirs.

4.Mawson’s Hut Replica Museum: The Mawson’s Hut Replica Museum lets you explore the historic huts of Cape Denison, Antarctica. Built by Dr. Douglas Mawson. On your Hobart holidays, you can gain insights into the heroic Antarctic exploration with the actual type of huts created during the expedition.

How to reach Hobart?

1.By Flight: You can board a flight to Australia’s Melbourne or Sydney. There you can take a flight to Hobart International Airport which has interconnectivity with Australian cities like Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, and Launceston.

2.By Road: You can access National Highway 1, Tasman Highway (A3), Arthur Highway (A9), and Lyell Highway (A10) through other Australian cities.

3.By Bus: You can board interstate buses Redline coaches and Tassielink from other Tasmanian cities like Devonport, Launceston, and Bicheno.

What is Hobart famous for?

Hobart is a former British Penal Colony famous for opening Australia’s first brewery Cascade Brewery in 1824, and the first casino in 1973. Additionally, most holiday packages to Hobart city are famous for Natural beauty like Mount Wellington and attractions like the Museum of Old and New Arts, Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, etc.

Is Hobart worth visiting?

Yes, Hobart is worth visiting because the city is the capital of enchanting Tasmania island, famous for its British architecture and museums of art. Most people go on Hobart Holidays to enjoy the compact-sized city’s attractions like MONA. Street Eats, Cascade Brewery, etc, and natural beauty in Mount Wellington and National Parks.

What is the best time to visit Hobart?

The best time to visit Hobart is during the summer from December-January. Most holiday packages to Hobart start during these months as major festivals like Hobart Yacht Race, New Years' Celebrations, and Taste Festival take place. Moreover; the temperatures are favorably ranging from 11°C to 21°C.

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