Hobart, Australia

Hobart blends heritage and vibrant culture to create a truly unforgettable destination. It is one of the oldest cities in Australia, and many of its early homes and gardens help to characterize the city today. Tasmania’s capital is also one of the country’s most photogenic, with impressive views of the ocean and mountain ranges. Locals enjoy a flourishing arts scene, numerous bars and restaurants, and a range of outdoor activities. Due to its separation from mainland Australia, the working port located at the heart of the city is one of Hobart’s most important features.


Approximately 202,150


Located in southeast Tasmania, Hobart is located on the mouth of the Derwent River.


Hobart has a reputation for gloomy weather, particularly during the winter months (June to August). If you’d rather avoid the rain, summer (December to February) offers plenty of sunshine. Unlike most Australian cities, Hobart often receives snow in spring (September to November).

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