Hobart, Tasmania’s capital city, Australia’s literal land down under.
The gorgeous city that is Hobart has so much to offer, from history, breath taking landscapes, and a endless list of things to see and do.
Come along with Aabode.com on a journey throughout the magnificent city and discover the numerous things that can be seen and done, all for under $10!
Spend your Saturday morning dawdling from store front to store front at the open-air Salamanca Market, where hippies, craft merchants, foodies, secondhand clothes, and all sorts of knick knacks come together to form the hustle and bustle that is the Salamanca Market.
Hike Mount Wellington
Get out into the fresh air and challenge yourself to a hike up the beautiful Mount Wellington, also known by it’s Aboriginal name of Kunanyi. Be sure that when entering the park you leave nothing behind but the clean footprints of your boots and only take photos and memories away with you!
Farm Gate Market
If food is more your thing, then head down to the Farm Gate Market, a foodies heaven! While at the street market, you’ll find things from local produce, wine, baked goods, beer, cheese and, just about any exciting food you can think of, you’ll be able to get your hands on at the market.
Visit the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens
Cost: $1/$2 (gold coin donation)
The Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens is the place to go if you’re seeking a peaceful day, with over 6,500 species and varieties of plants, including over 400 Tasmanian species. Breathe in the different fragrances of the thousands of species, or enjoy a meal in the Succulent Restaurant or Sprout Cafe!
Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery
Cost: $0 (Special exhibits may occasionally require paid entry)
Dip your finger in a bit of Tasmanian history at Tasmania’s Museum and Art Gallery, where you’ll lay your eyes on Aboriginal and colonial relics, Tasmanian colonial art and for a short time ending on 19th August, an Antarctic Photography Exhibition!