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|Thu 28 Jan||
$217 ONE WAY
|Fri 29 Jan||Best Price||25 Jan|
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$107 ONE WAY
$295 ONE WAY
|Sun 31 Jan||Best Price||27 Jan|
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|Cheapest one-way price for the current month||from $107|
|Cheapest one-way price over next 6 months||from $84|
|Cheapest month||May 2021|
|Most expensive month||January 2021|
|Average flight time||1h 50m|
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What are Hobart’s most famous landmarks and monuments?
Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens
Experience nature and history by visiting the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens in between your Adelaide to Hobart return flights. The gardens cover 14 hectares in northern Hobart and showcase some of Australia’s oldest trees and heritage landscapes. The main feature of the gardens is the collection of Tasmanian trees and plants, which you can explore in the Fern House, Greater Hobart Garden, and Tasmanian Collection. Visitors holidaying on cheap flights to Hobart from Adelaide can also view unique flora from China, Japan, New Zealand, and the Sub-Antarctic islands.
Hobart Convict Penitentiary
Soon after Tasmania was colonised by the British, it took on the role as one of Australia’s primary convict settlements. Hobart Convict Penitentiary was built to make extra space for the thousands of convicts arriving into Tasmania, and it housed about 40,000 people throughout the 19th century. The Penitentiary is made up of cramped cells, a chapel, and eerie underground tunnels. Visit the Hobart Convict Penitentiary to learn more about Tasmania’s convict past while you’re holidaying on Adelaide to Hobart flights. Go during the day for an in-depth walking tour, or visit at night for a chilling ghost tour.
Be sure to spend some time exploring the waterfront while visiting Tasmania on cheap flights to Hobart from Adelaide. Constitution Dock is the city’s main dock and provides uninterrupted views over Hobart Harbour and boats in the marina. Head to the dock while exploring the city on Adelaide to Hobart flights to take in the views, browse some shops, grab a bite to eat at one of the many seafood eateries, and swing past Mawson’s Huts Replica Museum.
What is the best way to get around Hobart?
As soon as your flights Adelaide to Hobart arrive, make your way into the centre on the Hobart SkyBus. The SkyBus departs from Hobart Airport (HBA) every half-hour, and it makes a few stops around the CBD.
The centre of Hobart is compact, so you could easily explore the city on foot while holidaying on Adelaide to Hobart flights. Public transport is also available for when you’re heading further afield or need a break from walking. More than 30 bus routes are available around Hobart and its suburbs. Several ferry services also operate from Hobart CBD. You can catch a ferry to the gorgeous Bruny Island, or the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) - a must-see for many visitors with cheap flights to Hobart from Adelaide.
If you’re hoping to venture out of the city, consider renting a car when you book tickets to Hobart from Adelaide. While booking your flights Adelaide to Hobart, you can also reserve a rental car through Webjet.
What are the best restaurants and cafes in Hobart?
Take advantage of the many brunch spots the Tasmanian capital has to offer while holidaying on flights Adelaide to Hobart. Just as its name suggests, Small-Fry is a tiny cafe and seats only 12 diners at a single long communal table. It has a cosy and welcoming atmosphere designed to make you feel like you’re sitting in your friend’s kitchen. Many of the dishes can be adapted to be vegetarian, so there’s something for anyone visiting on Adelaide to Hobart flights. Tuck into dishes like an omelette with optional bacon, tartine served with heirloom pumpkin and smoked egg, plus a wide variety of pastries and drinks.
Astor Grills serves contemporary, locally-driven dishes in a casual yet elegant space. The menu features a variety of Tasmanian produce and changes to reflect the seasons. Astor Grill is known for its exceptional-quality beef, but also offers vegetable and seafood-forward plates. Visit in the evening to order from an à la carte menu, or time your Astor experience earlier in the day to take advantage of a set two-course lunch offering for $45. You can’t go wrong with one of Astor Grill’s juicy steaks as an indulgent dinner while holidaying on cheap flights Adelaide to Hobart. Choose from cuts including grass-fed King Island eye fillet, Black Angus scotch fillet, and rib eye on the bone.Other tempting options include spiced duck breast with chargrilled baby cos, a Tasmanian salmon fillet with crispy skin and potato confit, and pistachio-crumbed lamb rump.
Pearl + CO
There’s no better way to experience the local food scene while holidaying on flights Adelaide to Hobart than by trying some fresh seafood. Hobart has a world-wide reputation for the excellent quality of its seafood. Dine in style by visiting Pearl + CO, located on the scenic Victoria Dock. Admire the view of the harbour through floor-to-ceiling windows, or dine al fresco if you book cheap flights Adelaide to Hobart for travel in the warmer months. Feast on dishes such as just-shucked Tasmanian Pacific oysters (available natural, Kilpatrick or mignonette), wild fish ceviche with coconut milk, cauliflower soup with seared Tasmanian scallops, and beer battered fish with chunky potato chips.