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Walking around the University of Tasmania grounds in Sandy Bay is a must if you are interested in Sixties architecture, secret waterfront dining or a bushwalk which may feature Tasmanian Devils.
Hobart’s Best Retro and Vintage
Hobart’s best retro and vintage is at The Tip Shop, as the locals call it, where classic 70’s typewriters, whole grand pianos and thousands of books (many new) can be found.
The best Hobart outdoors nightlife is under cover, heated and an easy walk from the centre of the city.
Tasmania’s Cradle Mountain has the kind of vista that appears on billboards and in beer commercials.
When one Instagram account leads to the next Instagram account and before you know it you’re ten tabs deep from where you started.
Where is the clean air shopping, dining and bar-hopping in Launceston, Tasmania?
Go to the open-air Hobart Farm Gate Market for the best food in Tasmania.
Close to the Saturday Salamanca Market and the catamarans to MONA, the chic European bakery, Daci and Daci, sells perfect picnic ingredients, or paper bags full of pastries to take home.
Hobart is so small that you can happily walk around it and think you’ve ‘done’ the shops – most of which are in or around the Elizabeth Street Mall.