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Top Things to Do in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia from a Cruise Ship - Created by Staff

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Mount Wellington (Tasmania) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mount Wellington was originally referred by the original Tasmanian nations of the area as Unghbanyahletta (or Ungyhaletta), Poorawetter (or ''Pooranetere'', also Pooranetteri), or Kunanyi to the indigenous people of Tasmania. The Palawa, the surviving descendants of the original indigenous Tasmanians, tend to prefer the latter name.

South Bruny National Park

South Bruny National Park is located on Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia, about 50 km south of Hobart. The park contains the Cape Bruny Lighthouse. The highest point of the park (and of Bruny Island) is Mount Bruny at 504 m.

Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens

The Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, which cover an area of approximately 14 hectares (34.6 acres), were established in Hobart in 1818 and are located within the Queens Domain. The Gardens hold historic plant collections and a large number of significant trees, many dating back to the nineteenth century.

Mawson's Huts Replica Museum | Hobart, Australia

The Mawson's Huts Replica Museum is Hobart's newest tourist attraction. Situated on, the city's beautiful waterfront it is just 50 metres from Constitution Dock and opposite Mawson's Place.

Hartz Mountains (Tasmania) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Hartz Mountains are twin mountains located in Tasmania. They are 55 kilometres south west of Hobart, and are part of the Hartz Mountains National Park. The Hartz Mountains area experiences typical south-west weather conditions. In all seasons there can be snow, high rainfall, extremes of temperature, strong winds and sudden weather changes.

Theatre Royal, Hobart

Theatre Royal is a historic performing arts venue in central Hobart, Tasmania. It is the oldest continually operating theatre in Australia; Noël Coward once called it "a dream of a theatre' and Laurence Olivier launched a national appeal for its reconstruction in the 1940's.

Tas Laser Skirmish - Home

Tas Laser Skirmish - Laser Tag combat fun without the bruises.

St David's Cathedral, Hobart

The Cathedral Church of St David in Hobart is the principal Anglican church in Tasmania. The dean (as of March 2009) is the Very Reverend Richard Humphrey. Consecrated in 1874, St David's is the Bishop of Tasmania's principal place of teaching. It is a cathedral because it is the place where the bishop's cathedra or seat is placed.