Attractions in Hobart
|Louisa’s Walk||Hartz Mountains National Park|
|Mount Wellington||South Bruny National Park|
|Battery Point||St. David’s Cathedral|
|Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens||Maritime Museum of Tasmania|
|Penitentiary Chapel||Seven Mile Beach|
|Museum of Old and New Art|
Hobart city guide Hobart is the state capital of Tasmania. It is the most populous city of Australia. Hobart City was founded in 1804 as a penal colony. Hobart is Australia’s second oldest city.
It is also the eleventh largest city of Australia. The Metropolitan population of Hobart is 216,656 (2011). Hobart functions as the financial and administrative heart of Tasmania. Hobart also serves as the homeport for both Australian and French Antarctic operations.
Population: The total population of the city is 216,656 (2011).
Location: The total area covered by Hobart City is 1,357.3km². Hobart is located at a distance of 35 km from New Norfolk. It is also located at a distance of 38 km from Huonville. The city is also located near Launceston, Queenstown and Burnie.
Coordinates: 42°55′ 0 S, 147°19′ 60 E
Transportation: Few airlines that fly to Hobart include Qantas, Virgin Blue and Jetstar. Few other smaller services fly to Hobart. These services include Australian State Capitals and smaller Victorian cities. Only International Flights fly to and from Christchurch in New Zealand. Flights also fly from Nadi in New Zealand. Buses fly to most major towns around Hobart.
Hotels: Comfort Inn is a popular hotel in Hobart.
Places of Attraction: Some popular attractions of Hobart include Alpenrail, Old Hobart Town Model Village.