Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens
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Established in 1818 offers historic plant collections, a visitor centre & a cafe... A good place to stroll around then relax on the lawns with a picinic and the scenery. The indoor orchard display is something else.
Antarctic cold house, Japanese gardens, and the veggie garden Peter Cundal used on Gardening Australia. There is also a cafe and restaurant .
Great little gardens in the heart of Hobart city. A perfect place for a picnic
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“The largest privately owned museum in the southern Hemisphere. A must visit. Take the MONA Roma Ferry from Brooke Street Pier”
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“ The State Cinema is a Hobart icon that has entertained generations of Tasmanians for 100 years, playing a major role in the social and cultural life of the Hobart community. With eleven screens plus a Rooftop Cinema and Bar there is always a wide range of local and international films on offer. Fewer ads and only the choicest selection of trailers means that our features start just five minutes after the scheduled start time. A large Café Bar serves light meals and you can take your coffee or glass of local wine in to the screening. Located up Elizabeth Street in vibrant North Hobart, the State also has a beautiful Bookstore with a hand-picked selection of stationery, books and gifts. Operating 7 days a week, all year round the State Cinema and Café is open from 9.30am daily”
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“This beautiful meseum has lots of large spaces for families to explore. they often have free activities for Children too. Located by the Hobart docks. There is street parking close by (pay per hour on voucher machines), or park in the council operated Argly Street Car Park (pay on exit depending on length of stay).”
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“The food, the art, the crafts, the buskers, the skilled Tasmanian artisans, where you find the genuine faces and voices of Tasmania -- the Salamanca Market, held almost every Saturday of the year, is a must-see quadruple-scoop of local culture.”
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