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Old Hobart Town is a miniature replica of Hobart in the 1820’s positioned in the suburb of Richmond. The town model offers a unique and interesting glimpse into the early history of both Australia and...
With one metre thick walls built in 1825 and enlarged by John Lee Archer in 1835.
Built by convicts in 1823, is the oldest bridge still in use in Australia.
Built in 1837, is the oldest Roman Catholic church in Australia.
Well worth a visit - the Courthouse (1825), the Schoolhouse (1834), the Rectory (1831), St Luke's Anglican Church (1835), the Flour Mill (1855) the Granary and General Store (1830).
Overlooking the Derwent River, the privately owned Museum of Old and New Art has crowds flocking to Tasmania, bringing with it a unique concept and unforgettable experience. Owned by philanthropist Da...
Island Markets in Gormanston Road, Moonah, has been upgraded and improved. It is Hobart’s only all-weather, under-cover, family-friendly central market. And there is free on-site parking.
Features include Arthur Wall, an internally heated wall built in 1829, a museum, the Conservatory and Tea Rooms.