Places to visit - Tasmania

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Salamanca Markets Open every Saturday, the Salamanca Markets is the largest outdoor market in Australia. Wander through the staggering array of stalls, check out the buskers, grab yourself a Tassie Devil oven mit, and then wander up Kelly’s stairs and have a walk around Battery Point, Hobart’s oldest residential area.

Salamanca Market is a community street market that has become Tasmania’s major…

Places to eat pigeon hole cafe, 93 Goulburn St, West Hobart

The Pigeon Hole Cafe is the best place for a coffee in Hobart!

Redlands Estate - they do paddock-to-bottle whiskey. I know I don't actually drink whiskey but apparently the buildings and grounds are also fascinating and they have "the best sourdough in Tasmania". Sounds good!

Redlands Estate - an historic home for royalty and bushrangers, a farm and distillery 20 minutes drive from MONA north of Hobart, Tasmania. Built in 1819 it's bread ovens are older than those in Port Arthur.

Salamanca market, every Saturday from 8:30am to 3:00pm at Hobart's Salamanca Place

Salamanca market, every Saturday from to at Hobart's Salamanca Place

Reliquaire - Gift Shop, Latrobe Tasmania

The Reliquaire photo gallery features our amazing range of Venetian masks, Katherine’s Collection, limited edition dolls and teddies, and our Dr Who Tardis section.

48 hours in Hobart

48 hours in Hobart: what to do, where to go

Fresh local produce, smart restaurants, Mona art gallery and some of Australia’s best festivals make the Tasmanian capital a must-visit for a weekend away

Places to eat Sweet Envy Cakes, wedding cakes, icecream, cookies and Sweets 341 Elizabeth Street, North Hobart, Tues-Fri 8.30-6pm, Sat 8.30-5pm

Sweet Envy Cakes, wedding cakes, icecream, cookies and Sweets

Garagistes do a set menu including house cured and smoked local ingredients. Sounds delicious. Apparently it's near MONA in Hobart.

Garagistes do a set menu including house cured and smoked local ingredients. Apparently it's near MONA in Hobart.

Sourdough doughnuts at Pigeon Whole Doughnuts, Hobart: Ranging from bay leaf to lemon custard, chocolate and dulce de leche, these hole-less doughnuts by Hobart’s Pigeon Whole Doughnuts are made from a naturally leavened sourdough base. It’s that slightly sour chewiness that makes this an essential stop whenever we’re in Tasmania.

Sourdough doughnuts at Pigeon Whole Doughnuts, Hobart: Ranging from bay leaf to lemon custard, chocolate and dulce de leche, these hole-less doughnuts by Hobart’s Pigeon Whole Doughnuts are made from a naturally leavened sourdough base. It’s that slightly sour chewiness that makes this an essential stop whenever we’re in Tasmania.

The Agrarian Kitchen Paddock to plate Cooking Classes. They do kiddie classes too

There's something magic about a winter escape. Read on to discover our can’t-miss Hobart sights, sounds and gourmet delights, whether you're there for a week or just the weekend.

Red Parka, 83 Harrington St, just on the edge of the Hobart CBD. We are open Tues – Sat 11 am – 4pm.

Red Parka, 83 Harrington St, just on the edge of the Hobart CBD. We are open Tues – Sat 11 am –

Bridestowe Lavender Estate, 296 Gillespies Rd, Nabowla Open 9-5pm seven days a week in summer (extended to 7.00pm in January), and Monday to Friday 10-4pm during winter. The full cafe menu is available between 11.00am - 2.30pm.

Bridestowe Lavender Estate, 296 Gillespies Rd, Nabowla Open seven days a week in summer (extended to in January), and Monday to Friday during winter. The full cafe menu is available between -

Place to eat Salamanca Arts Centre – Tricycle Cafe & Bar 77 Salamanca Place, Hobart

Place to eat Salamanca Arts Centre – Tricycle Cafe & Bar 77 Salamanca Place, Hobart

Woodbridge on the Derwent Nice place to stay, nice (private) restaurant  Luxury Accommodation Tasmania

ღღ Woodbridge on the Derwent, Tasmania Country Hotel, Australia, SLH

Stefano Lubiana Wines. Apparently they do a nice sparkling. Lots of whites too

Lubiana Wines - energy efficiency works for me

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