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Highlights in Hobart
- Succulent seafood
- Excellent day trips
- Colonial past and sites
- Bruny Island
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Hobart
Find a great selection of holiday lettings in Hobart and enjoy a memorable stay in Hobart CBD, an ideal area for sightseeing, business travellers, first-time visitors or nightlife seekers. Party goers can choose either Hobart CBD or North Hobart as well, close to vibrant pubs, clubs and bars. Needless to say, North Hobart is the hub for hipsters! Find your ideal holiday rental and come to Hobart.Accommodation like no other in Hobart
When you are travelling with family, friends, pets or your partner, you look for comfortable and cosy accommodation with all the amenities to enjoy a rewarding time by the beach, the mountains or in the privacy of your holiday rental. Holidu boasts a large selection of big and small lettings with garden, pool, ocean views and open plan living areas with wooden floors and contemporary interiors. Enjoy a fabulous stay and feel at home in your new holiday rental.
Holidays in Hobart
The area and getting around
Hobart is the capital of Tasmania, nestled on the River Derwent. This Australian city offers an eclectic mix of old sandstone warehouses, eateries, cafes, pubs and markets. Admire the colonial-era cottages and explore the historic district at the fashionable Salamanca Place. Visit the Museum of Old and New Art or the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. An interesting Constitution Dock is worth a visit as well as the Cascade Brewery. Mount Wellington is the impressive backdrop of the city, from where you get sweeping views of the city! But, the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens or the Iron Pot are great visits too.Hobart at your fingertips
The moderate and mild climate in the summers from December to February are ideal for beach holidays. From June to August, it is quite wet and cold but still an appealing destination. The city is connected with most of the main Australian cities, so getting here will be as easy as pie. The International Hobart Airport is just 13 miles away from the city and the bus network takes you to most of the main locations in and around Hobart. And that is not all. You can also have a taxi ride on the water from the East Pier! Renting a car is a great option for those who plan their own route at their own pace. Get ready to start enjoying nature, outdoor sports and beaches.
Travellers and activities
The island and the sea have always been connected and here is where you can enjoy a varied and unique source of fresh fish and seafood. Enjoy succulent recipes at the most iconic eateries in and around Hobart. Try some fish and chips at Flippers on Constitution Dock. Blue Eye is the upscale dining experience, at Salamanca Place, where you can have some incredible seafood platters, scallop linguines or seafood pie. Family quick lunches at Fish Frenzy with fish burgers or octopus salads will delight your little ones and yourself. At Mures you can opt for ice cream or basic fish and chips in the lower deck or enjoy delicious à la carte seafood dishes in the upper deck, where the freshest seafood comes straight from their own boat! Looking for a romantic spot with views for dinner? Try Prosser’s on the Beach in Sandy Bay and enjoy succulent dishes made especially for you.Hobart for market lovers
Are you a fan of markets? Do you like browsing the stalls, bartering your way through busy lanes and finding unique items, delicious fresh food or exclusive bargains? Well, Here in Hobart there is a wide myriad of markets where you can buy from a fat pig to local products and street-food. Sunday mornings is the day chosen for the Farm Gate Market where you can buy fresh tomatoes, delicious greens, raw honey and juicy fruit from the local farmers. Grab your basket and go back to your holiday letting so you can prepare a great meal. Weekends are for enjoying the free time. On Saturday mornings, locals and visitors are at Salamanca Market, the original since 1972. More than 300 stalls sell their organic produce, secondhand clothes and books, Tasmanian souvenirs...you name it! If you don’t have a car, you can get the free shuttle bus that runs between several stops in the city and the market every 10 minutes from 9am to 2pm but if you prefer to go on foot, it is just a 10-minute walk from Hobart centre. Mona Market, in the summer is a great event and place to be and the Street Eats at Franko on Friday night in the city centre is a food truck market with delicious street food.
Did you know the Tasmanian devil is the world's largest carnivorous marsupial? And it can only be found here.
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Australia is very well known for its Great Barrier Reef but not many people are aware of the unique hotspot for marine biodiversity in Tasmania. The huge kelp forests, the spotted handfish and the cormorant of Macquarie Island only exist here and they cannot be found anywhere else on earth! Diving in these waters is nothing like you have seen before. You must see it to believe it!2. Get the sweeping views from Mount Wellington
Snow-capped in winter, 1,270-meter-high kunanyi (aboriginal name for Mount Wellington) overlooks Hobart. There is a winding narrow 21-kilometre (13 miles) mountain road that takes you all the way up to the summit amidst subalpine scenery. Browse the old pictures at the Pinnacle, and admire the Organ Pipes, a cliff of dolerite columns very popular for the rock-climbing community. If you walk from the Springs to Sphinx Rock you will get stunning views of these rock formations. Follow the trails and boardwalks and reach the edge of the escarpment. Get some warm clothes for protection against ever changing weather and icy winds.3. Go on a descent Cycling Tour
If walking up Mount Wellington is too relaxed for you and you are looking for a bit of an adrenaline rush we recommend the bike descent tour. The Mount Wellington Descent Cycling Tour starts in Hobart, where an expert guide will drive you to the summit. Once there, you will have a mountain bike and a helmet to start the thrilling ride down to Salamanca Place, by the waterfront. Get ready!4. A day visit to Port Arthur
Port Arthur is a World Heritage-listed penal colony, 60 miles from Hobart. Once a settlement for convicts to labour, Port Arthur is now one of Tasmania’s top tourist sites. Visit the tower, the prison, the hospital and the museum or venture into the night tour, a lantern-lit ghost tour that will make you feel chills! Not far from Port Arthur, there is Tasman National Park. Admire its beauty and cliff and rock formations. On the way from Hobart to Port Arthur you can stop at historic Richmond as well.5. Bruny Island day out
Take a day off sightseeing and enjoy a haven of food, beaches and marine fauna. A short 30 minute drive south of the city, you cross the D'Entrecasteaux channel from Kettering and head to Bruny Island. Enjoy handmade chocolates and nougat, artisan cheeses, local berries, and the most delicious recipes made of their fresh-caught seafood. Visit South Bruny National Park and walk around to take in the wonderful views. From the mainland, spot some pademelons, white wallabies, echidnas, wombats, and seabirds. Take a dip into crystal clear waters of picture-perfect beaches and sheltered coves. Follow the nature trails that will take you to pristine spots and incredible beaches. Take in the views from Cape Bruny Lighthouse or ride the waves in Adventure Bay and Jetty Beach. There are tours available as well if you prefer. Make your way to the island and enjoy!
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Hobart
Hobart is one of the cheapest cities in Australia! The price of a holiday rental is around £207.57 per night.
According to our most recent historical data, the months that allow you to save the most in Hobart are November, December, and October, with average prices of £142.77, £152.86 and £178.12, respectively.
When it comes to looking for a holiday rental in Hobart, the months when it is most expensive are, in descending order, January, April and March with average prices per night of £245.5, £240.42, and £230.41, respectively.
It's worthwhile if you book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Hobart, as only 37% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.
April, May, and July are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that present the largest number of properties available, with respective average availability figures of 59.25%, 54.4% and 47.75%.
The accommodations in Hobart reach their peak in demand in January, with an availability rate of 8.5%. The second most requested month is December, with 13.5%, and the third is February with 19.4%.
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