These days Hobart’s waterfront precinct is certainly abuzz, with old pubs alongside new craft-beer bars, myriad cafes, museums, festivals, ferries, fishing boats, yachts, accommodation and a floating pier upholding fine restaurants.
High above the city is Mt Wellington, known as kunanyi by local Aboriginal people. The mountain is 1271 m-high and you can drive to the summit in any season.
Hobart offers top-quality local and seasonal produce, on nearly every corner. Coffee culture is also firmly entrenched in this City with great coffee available at every turn. Or if you prefer an alcoholic beverage, the Cascade and a fleet of creative craft-beer breweries is also on offer here. If you're like me and wine with dinner is more your thing, you can enjoy wines from the nearby Coal and Derwent river valleys.
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