Hobart Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

Hobart – Tasmania’s capital city is steeped in history, come take part in the reborn city as you follow us through the town. Check out the top spots in Hobart today, …

48 thoughts on “Hobart Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

  1. Haco 57 says:

    Sydney = Beach and Ferry
    Canberra = Political
    Melbourne = Hipster
    Hobart = Prison
    Adelaide = Historic
    Perth = Famous people
    Darwin = Military
    Brisbane = Parks
    Gold Coast = SURFERS

  2. 모조인간 says:

    I spent more than half a year in 2011 in a town called Berridale. Suburbs of Hobart, right near Mona, It was the most peaceful time of my life and I still want to feel peace there.

  3. 74KU says:

    0:51 has been pulled apart for "maintaince" for god knows how long.
    1:05 Also known as stale. This is mostly because of Federal under investment in the State for Generations.
    1:18 Stroll, because even in a Capital with less people than most Victorian Rural towns, traffic is as bad as Port Melb.
    1:20 Just one meal though it will cost you the soul of your first born child, there are cheaper and better places to eat.
    1:24 Overpriced like you would not believe.

    2:28 Operates every Saturday only from 8.30am till about 12-1pm (official close is 3 but its fairly dead hours before this)
    Mostly only full of toursit nick nack trash at tourist gouging prices.

    The rest of this video is not too misleading and gives a farily accurate portrayal of Hobart, though it is missing a large amount of its litter and Graffiti. (why they used so few close angles of Hobart City itself)

  4. Renae says:

    So far Hobart is my favourite city in Australia. I was only there for a few hours but it was so pretty and chilled, which can tend to be quite the opposite of Sydney.

  5. Sweet nona says:

    im just cameback from Hobart. its beautiful city. first thing to do go to market salamca bought the bagel was yum . must visit place is mount wellington very awesome. and to Richmond. both tour is $50 its worth it. visit information centre. the next day hve lunch in cruise 1,5 hour $35 its worth it. went to zoodoo wildlife park. what  a fun feeding same animal by train. don't forget visit botanical garden was very awesome view and free entry. next day is explore city and eat fish and chips in whrf.. if I have more time would love to go to bruny island.

  6. Martin Kent says:

    In Hobart, many of the parents ignore traffic laws with their children. Many of these parents are civil servants. Youth in Tasmania deserve law-abiding, ethical and conscientious civil servants. Their future depends upon it. Let's double traffic fines in capital cities and watch law-abiding streets and adults appear, in Hobart!!

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