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Hobart Town is one of cities in Australia situated some 10 km north-east of Sandy Bay and 1,120 km from the capital. The population of the the city was estimated at 216,700 people according to the 2011 census Hobart Town is a popular tourist destination thanks to its art museums and galleries and art gallery places.

The nearest airport Hobart (IATA: HBA) is about 30 km away.

The most popular tourist attractions in Hobart Town

1. Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) is a museum located in Hobart, Tasmania. The museum was established in 1846, by the Royal Society of Tasmania, the oldest Royal Society outside England. The TMAG receives 400, 000 visitors annually.

2. Salamanca Arts Centre
The Salamanca Arts Centre (SAC), established in 1976, is a major arts hub in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. It is a combination of theatres, galleries and arts administration located behind the historic facade of Georgian warehouses in Salamanca Place. The buildings are owned by the Government of Tasmania with ten visual and performing arts venues. Venues include: the Peacock Theatre, Long Gallery and Sidespace Gallery. Tenants include Brian Ritchie (previously of the Violent Femmes) and the Tasma…

3. St David's Cathedral (Hobart)
The Cathedral Church of St David, Hobart, is the principal Anglican church in Tasmania. The dean (as of February 2006) is the Very Reverend Lindsay Stoddart.

4. Parliament House, Hobart
Parliament House, Hobart, located on Salamanca Place in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, is the meeting place of the Parliament of Tasmania. The building was originally designed as a customs house but changed use in 1841 when Tasmania achieved self-government. The building served both purposes from 1841 to 1904, when the customs offices were relocated.

5. Hope and Anchor Tavern
The Hope and Anchor Tavern (formerly Hope and Anchor Hotel, the Alexandra, the Whale Fishery and the Hope) is an Australian pub in Hobart, Tasmania. Built in 1807, it is the oldest continually licensed pub in Australia. However, The Bush Inn in New Norfolk claims to be the oldest operating Australian pub, because their venue has operated continuously since it opened in 1815 whereas the Hope and Anchor Tavern has had periods of closure (whilst still holding their licence) since opening in 1807…

6. St Mary's Cathedral, Hobart
St Mary's Cathedral in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, is the seat of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Hobart, presently Julian Porteous.

7. Hobart Cenotaph
Hobart Cenotaph, also referred to as Hobart War Memorial, is the main commemorative military monument for the Australian state of Tasmania. It is located in the capital Hobart in a prominent position on the Queens Domain, on a small rise overlooking the city and River Derwent. The Cenotaph sits directly above what was once the location of the Queens Battery.

8. Elizabeth Street Mall
Elizabeth Street Mall is a pedestrian street mall in Hobart, Tasmania. It is located on Elizabeth Street between Collins Street and Liverpool Street. It is the largest shopping area in the Hobart city centre. It is also a busy meeting place and busking area.

If you have seen everything in Hobart Town already, take a look on the outskirts of the town. If you're visiting the area, you may want to check out something from the following list:

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Museum of Old and New Art

The Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) is an art museum located within

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Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery

The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) is a museum located in

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Salamanca Arts Centre

The Salamanca Arts Centre (SAC), established in 1976, is a major arts

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St David's Cathedral (Hobart)

The Cathedral Church of St David, Hobart, is the principal Anglican

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Parliament House, Hobart

Parliament House, Hobart, located on Salamanca Place in Hobart,

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Hope and Anchor Tavern

The Hope and Anchor Tavern (formerly Hope and Anchor Hotel, the

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St Mary's Cathedral, Hobart

St Mary's Cathedral in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, is the seat of the

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Hobart Cenotaph

Hobart Cenotaph, also referred to as Hobart War Memorial, is the main

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Elizabeth Street Mall

Elizabeth Street Mall is a pedestrian street mall in Hobart, Tasmania.

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Hobart Synagogue

The Hobart Synagogue is a heritage-listed synagogue located in 59

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Ingle Hall

Ingle Hall is a landmark building in Hobart, Tasmania on the corner of

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Mantra Collins Hotel

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Fountainside Hotel

starting $70

Hobart Central YHA

starting $63

Essentially Hobart

starting $195

Central Hotel Hobart

starting $91

Quest Savoy

starting $106

Argyle Accommodation

starting $94

Tassie Backpackers @ The Brunswick Hotel

starting $16

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