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What are the best places to stay in Hobart?

Hobart CBD

Flights from Maroochydore Airport to Hobart will land just a 15 minute drive out of the CBD. Hobart CBD is a great place to stay if you’re looking to be at the centre of all the action. The CBD is Hobart’s oldest neighbourhood and is where many of the city’s attractions are located. The CBD is situated on the waterfront and overlooks the River Derwent. Some spots around the CBD that you could visit include Franklin Square, Elizabeth Street Mall, and Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. You’ll find an endless list of entertainment options in the CBD, such as shopping, restaurants, cafes, and nightlife.
 

Battery Point

Battery Point is located just south of the CBD and is one of the most historic neighbourhoods in Hobart. Throughout the neighbourhood, there are heritage buildings, eclectic shops and cafes, and a vibrant maritime history. Finding cheap flights from the Sunshine Coast to Hobart in the summer is the perfect time to enjoy Battery Point fully. A waterfront neighbourhood, featuring a charming beach, it is the idyllic play to spend time at in the sunshine. Other attractions in Battery Point are Salamanca Market, Narryna Heritage Museum, and Princes Park. Battery Point is the perfect place to stay in order to be near the city but with a much more quiet atmosphere.

North Hobart

North Hobart is a lively neighbourhood based north of the CBD. Over the past couple decades, it has transformed into one of the trendiest suburbs to explore. It is particularly popular for its nightlife and entertainment options, such as theatres and breweries. North Hobart is a favourite spot among young adults who book airfare into Hobart Airport (HBA). In addition to its nightlife, North Hobart is a hub for international cuisines. Some hot spots to check out in North Hobart are the Elizabeth Street strip of cafes and bars, arthouse State Cinema, and Republic Bar and Cafe.

 

What are the best restaurants and cafes in Hobart?

Da Angelo Ristorante

Da Angelo Ristorante is one of the top places to order authentic Italian food. The restaurant specialises in food from the southern regions of Italy, as that is where the restaurant owners are originally from. Some of the most beloved dishes to order here are spaghetti carbonara, fettuccine con scampi, calabrese pizza, and tiramisu for dessert. Da Angelo is also able to make any dish gluten-free upon request.

The Den Bar and Restaurant

Centrally-located in Salamanca Place, the Den uses local flavours to add a Tasmanian spin to classic Asian dishes. Dishes served at the Den are designed to share, bringing a social aspect to the dining experience. Some popular menu items to try after are Huon Atlantic salmon skewers, crumbed tonkatsu pork belly, shiitake mushroom bao, and honey soy chicken wings. The Den is also locally celebrated for its creative cocktails, such as the Tas Berry Sour and the Apple Isle.

Small-Fry

After arriving from your Sunshine Coast to Hobart flight, you’ll be hungry. The Tasmanian capital is teeming with stylish cafes to explore. Small-Fry is based in the heart of the CBD and is open seven days a week for breakfast, brunch, and lunch. The cafe has a social and welcoming atmosphere with long communal tables and an open kitchen. Small-Fry serves hearty and delicious dishes, including omelettes, Huon salmon with avocado and smoked egg, and vegetarian tartine with beans, pumpkin, goats curd, and smoked egg.

Blue Eye

Due to Hobart’s coastal location, the city’s most famous cuisine is seafood. If you’re a fan of seafood, plan to have a meal at Blue Eye, Hobart before you head home on your Hobart to Sunshine Coast flights. The restaurant is located on the waterfront and specialises in modern seafood dishes using local ingredients. Some dishes to try here include seafood paella, Bruny Island oysters, Tasmanian scallops, and seafood linguine. If you aren’t in the mood for seafood, Blue Eye offers a variety of meat and vegetarian dishes as well.

 

How much time should I spend in Hobart?

If you are looking for an exciting city break, plan your flights from the Sunshine Coast to Hobart to include a long weekend. About three days will allow you to see the city and its main attractions. If you would like to explore more of Tasmania outside of the capital, your trip should have about seven to ten days. Plan ahead and find cheap return flights from Maroochydore to Hobart. With the money you saved and the extra time, you could visit national parks and landmarks around Tasmania, such as Freycinet National Park and Cradle Mountain National Park.
 

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