Whether you are in town to visit the world-renowned MONA gallery or heading to the peak of Mt Wellington for spectacular views of Hobart and the Derwent River, Hobart is the perfect place to indulge your senses. Explore Salamanca Place, a creative hive of galleries, pubs, eateries and host to the Salamanca Market each Saturday. Be sure to take a short 40 minute drive south to the multi-award winning Peppermint Bay waterfront restaurant, bar, and providore shop at Woodbridge. To take in everything Hobart has to offer we recommend at least a three night stay.
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Continue your journey to the stunning south-east village of Hadspen. Located only 10 minutes from Launceston, Hadspen is a small village in a region rich with heritage homes, museums, art galleries, vineyards and agricultural land. There is so much to see and do around Launceston. The Freycinet region just south of Launceston allows you to immerse yourself in the Tasmanian wilderness and provides access to the picture perfect Wineglass Bay. Just to the north you must also visit the beautiful Bay of Fires region of white beaches, blue water and granite splashed with orange lichen. We would recommend at least two nights in Launceston.
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Devonport is located at the centre of Tasmania’s North Coast, facing onto Bass Strait. The town has a strong sense of history, particularly in the Tiagarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre and Museum. The museum is home to more than 2000 Aboriginal artefacts. If you are after a bit of indulgence, stop in at the House of Anvers for a total chocolate experience! Oenophiles should head to Tamar Valley to sample fine cool climate wines. We recommend at least two nights in Devonport for true indulgence of the senses.
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