Wondering what to do in Hobart? We spent 6 days in Hobart, Australia’s second-oldest city and Tasmania’s capital city, and found there was so much to see and do.

It’s not the biggest of cities by Australian standards, but there are enough things to do in Hobart to warrant several day’s visit.

What to Do in Hobart

I have listed all the best things to do and places to see in Hobart for first-time visitors, as well as where to eat and sleep.

Visit MONA, the Museum of Old and New Art

It’s an interesting and fun art gallery and we like how you’re a part of the experience as you move through it.

Check Out Salamanca Markets

The world-famous Saturday Salamanca Markets have a reputation as one of Australia’s best markets, and if you can time your trip to take it in.

Walk Around The Historical Battery Point

The Battery Point is known as one of Hobart’s more prestigious suburbs, it adjoins Salamanca and has a large number of historic houses.

Visit The Female Factory

The Cascades Female Factory is the only Australian Convict World Heritage property that shares the female story of transportation.

Check Out Cascade Brewery

Take in the history yourself, take a brewery tour and learn about the brewing process, or take a heritage tour around the 3 acres of gardens which also includes tastings and is suitable for families.

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