Hobart, Australia travel tips

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The endless open continent of Australia is ideal for extreme sports, and the locals do know this. Biking, hiking or just a surfing day on the beach? You name it!

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If you are a proper petrolhead, going on a road trip is in Australia is a must. Buying a car as a foreigner is difficult, but renting is always a good option.

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Traveling by plane? Try Hobart International Airport as it is the closest one to Hobart.

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Feel like grabbing a warm beer and a cold snack, maybe attend a sporting event in the meantime? Check out the Tasmanian Tigers.

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Lavish accommodations can be found in Hobart, just look up Lenna. Professional service, up to international standards.

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Tourism in Hobart is fairly decent during the winter season, so finding a welcoming place to stay is quite easy. Try Somerset on the Pier Hobart, the service is friendly and the food is great!

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If you have no real needs ask around for Motel 429, they have some cheap rooms.

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Visit some of Hobart's fine wineries! A little place called Coal Valley Vineyard is a great way to start a wine tour!

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The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery is a great way to spend a rainy afternoon!

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The Botanical Gardens is a must see attraction, especially its sub Antarctic garden.

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Legal drinking age is 18 years, always keep this in mind as the law enforcement can be very strict with this!

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Alcohol may be a major health issue Australia, but if you are up for some responsible drinking, Hobart has plenty of choices to offer. Ask around for a nice bar or just head for a clever placed called Bar Celona.

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Jackman & McRoss Bakery may not be the cheapest restaurant in Hobart, but you should probably try it at least once to get the idea of local hospitality done right!

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Finding a mid-range place to eat is not that difficult in Hobart, just look up Ball and Chain.

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Mures Fish Centre has a decent selection for some very fair prices, if you want to fuel up, visit this restaurant.

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If you have any questions about Hobart just visit the local tourist office, the staff is very friendly!

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Hobart is a safe place to travel, but always keep an eye on your belongings. If you run into any trouble just call the Police, they are generally helpful.

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The summers can be warm, as in upper 40s warm. Be prepared, bring your sun cream!

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Asking around for directions is OK. Most Australians are very friendly and will gladly point you in the right way.

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Tipping is customary in Australia, even though it is not mandatory.

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