A vibrant mix of historic architecture and contemporary culture, a stay in Hobart has much to offer the inquisitive traveller.

Historic Hobart, Tasmania, sits on an attractive waterfront and is the second oldest state capital in Australia. Here you’ll find a host of attractive architecture, a buzzing creative scene and plenty of tempting eateries and bars.

Stroll around the sandstone environs of Salamanca Place, with its rare bookshops, cafes and boutiques. On Saturdays, this area really comes alive with the 300-stall Salamanca Market where you can peruse and purchase local arts and crafts alongside fresh produce.

Afternoons can be spent touring the city’s beautiful Botanical Gardens or visiting one of the many award-winning local whiskey distilleries. Come evening, head down to the picturesque harbour for a drink and bite to eat.

Historic sights greet you at every turn. We recommend taking the 175-year-old Kelly’s Steps up to Battery Point; one of the city’s oldest suburbs. Explore the cobbled streets and take a look at the attractive colonial cottages as well as taking in impressive views of the Derwent River.

Set on an Estuary, Hobart is also a great place to embark on a kayak tour of the coastline or catch a cruise out to the many small and picturesque islands offshore.

Art lovers will want to immerse themselves in the art scene here and shouldn’t miss the opportunity to visit the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), a wonderfully quirky gallery that can be reached via a 25-minute ferry ride from Hobart itself.

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Modern amenities bring the rooms and suites into the 21st century with air conditioning, complimentary wi-fi, flat screen television and luxurious pillowtop beds. The gracefully restored glass-roofed atrium is flooded with natural light creating an elegant and delightful setting for the age-old tradition of afternoon tea with freshly baked scones, delicate finger sandwiches and sweet treats. The h...

Highlights of Tasmania

Highlights of Tasmania

9 nights from £2,655 per person
Itinerary Highlights
  • Enjoy a spectacular scenic flight over the wild central highlands of Tasmania and Macquarie Harbour
  • Spend a full day hiking in the breath-taking Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park
  • Visit the impressive underground caverns Marakoopa and King Solomons Caves
  • Board an eco-catamaran at Coles Bay for a serene cruise of Freycinet Peninsula and Wineglass Bay
MACq 01

MACq 01


Occupying a coveted waterfront position in Tasmania’s capital city, with sweeping harbour views, MACq 01 has interwoven itself into the very heart of the island’s history, and showcasing a proud sense of place here is as much a feature as anything else. Guests here have the charmed chance to transport themselves back in time, as MACq 01 brings some of the island’s previous residents and their pers...

Once a jam warehouse, the hotel flawlessly merges its heritage and architecture with contemporary art touches everywhere. Exposed beams and bricks create an industrial-chic look, and as you move through the building you’ll note an eclectic mixture of handpicked pieces of art, over 500 in fact. While many have been created by graduates of the nearby School of Art and Design, others are the work o...

Tasmania's Cultural Treasures

Tasmania's Cultural Treasures

11 nights from £3,899 per person
Itinerary Highlights
  • Enjoy travelling in small groups to gain an in-depth understanding of Tasmania's convict heritage and history in Richmond and Port Arthur Historic Site
  • Explore this remote island and its coastal fossil caves, visit the historic Darlington probation station and try to spot native wildlife such as wombats and wallabies
  • Board the majestic steam train that follows the West Coast Wilderness Railway deep into the Tasmanian wilderness and rugged terrain
  • Take a self-guided tour through the historic Woolmers Estate and Brickendon farm village and spend the night in an authentic convict cottage
Grand Tour of Australia

Grand Tour of Australia

New South Wales
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20 nights from £4,999 per person
Itinerary Highlights
  • Travel to all eight states and territories of Australia on this Grand Tour
  • Includes 14 excursions and experiences
  • Visit iconic sights such as The Great Barrier, Sydney Opera House & Kangaroo Island
  • Watch the sunrise and sunset at Uluru

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