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Hobart, once an infamous penal colony is now one of Australia’s most beautiful cities, with a lovely waterfront, a scenic bay and harbour, a rich history and a lively contemporary culture. This city offers an extensive range of outdoor activities, such as hiking up Mount Wellington, or sunbathing in Wineglass Bay. You can also take historical trips to Port Arthur and the Allport Library and Museum of Fine Arts, or enjoy the energetic restaurant and bar scene that centres along Hobart’s glittering waterfront. Whatever your reasons for wanting to come to Hobart, there are hundreds more reasons to stay.

Where should you stay in Hobart?

City Centre

Staying in Hobart’s CBD might not be the prettiest part of the city, but it is one of the most convenient and affordable. Shopaholics can engage in some retail therapy in the nearby shopping centres around Elizabeth Street and Main Road, whilst culture vultures can take in the city attractions like Franklin Square, Brooke Street Pier, and the Constitution and Victoria docks. This is one of the cheapest places to stay in the city, with plenty of moderate hotels, guesthouse pubs and backpacker hostels.

Battery Point

Battery Point is the celebrated historic district of Hobart, and houses much of the heritage buildings of this city. Stroll past the old grand houses and cottages of this old maritime community, and feel yourself step back in time. The hotels and apartments available here are expensive, but if you are looking for a special stay within the confines of Hobart, this is the place to be. Incorporating Salamanca and Sullivan’s Cove, this part of the city is packed to the rafters with cafes, restaurants bars, and lots of lovely boutique shops. The waterfront part of this neighbourhood is well known for its lively nightlife too.

Sandy Bay

For views of the ocean, Sandy Bay is the place to be. A real seaside resort within Hobart, this lovely part of the city offers its guests gardens to stroll in, fresh sea air, and scenic outlooks. There are lots of wonderful little cafes and shops, and even a casino if you like a little flutter. It’s further out from the centre of town, so despite the views, it is very affordable to stay here. Expect hotels and guesthouses to be cheaper, but the journey into town a little further than you might like if you fancy a night out in the town.

Transport in Hobart

The public transport in Hobart is mostly bus run, and while these are well operated, they can be infrequent. The city isn’t huge, and is very walkable, but if you are planning to embark on day trips outside the city, many opt to hire a car, which you can do in advance using our car hire tool.