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Things to see and do while in Hobart

Whether you are dreaming of Hobart, already booked your stay, or planning to come back again!

Here are the MUST DO's for you to put at the top of your "Things to do in Hobart list!" 

SALAMANCA MARKET

The top thing to do in Hobart by far is to visit the Salamanca Markets on Saturday. 

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MONA - Museum of Old and New Art 

You can't not go to MONA while you're in Hobart. Australia's largest privately owned museum, you could easily spend a whole day looking around the property. 

Make a day of it and catch the MONA ferry return 

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Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery

Take yourself to the Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery (TMAG) for a deeper look into Tasmania's art, history and culture.

Literally across the road from our Hotel.

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Bruny Island Cruises

Tasmania boasts some of the world's most scenic land and seascapes. If you have time in your schedule, a must-do while visiting Hobart, is seeing the famous Bruny Island.

Pennicott Wilderness Journey's allows you to see some of the most spectacular scenery and coastlines around Bruny Island in true Tassie style. 

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Mount Wellington

A must-do while you are in Hobart, is to visit Mount Wellington (Kunanyi).

Take yourself up to the highest peak which is only a 20-minute drive from the Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart. Explore the wonderful natural reserve situated right on the doorstep of Tasmania's capital city, Hobart. 

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Port Arthur Historic Site

Brutal and barbaric yet exquisitely stunning. Tasmania's convict history has shaped this island in ways that must be experienced to be understood. 

Port Arthur Historic Site is one worthwhile attraction where you will take a journey back in time.

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Richmond and Coal River Valley

It’s a great place for families and to pick up a Tasmanian memento to take home. It’s also a popular wine region, with many local companies running day trips and wine tours that can pick you up from the hotel.

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Farm Gate Market

Hobart's Farm Gate Market has become a local's ritual activity to do on a weekend.

Some of Tasmania's finest products and produce on offer.