Head up the long and winding road to the summit of spectacular Mount Wellington.
This is a sanctuary you won't necessarily find at hotels on Hobart's harbour front.
Hobart does food and wine, history and hiking with style.
We have a neat kitchenette but give no thought to self-catering - we're surrounded by prime eating and drinking opportunities.
One of Hobart's newest players is winning fans with its lap pool, great Asian food, vibrant decor and harbour views.
Guests share the bolthole on the city's historic docks with a Russian Cave Bear and a Triceratops.
Fresh, bitter, authentic and earthy: this MONA chef knows where to sniff good food in Hobart.
Natural beauty and a rich colonial heritage are Hobart's longstanding charms, but Australia's most southern city has an unexpected funky streak. Here, trendy bars, fine restaurants and great festivals, along with the edgy and intriguing MONA, make this city a burgeoning cultural hub. All that is delicious and delightful can be found here, but don't forget to check out the city's lush surrounds.