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All reviews fishing boats fish and chips hobart waterfront hunter street lovely place to walk full kitchen facilities clean air art galleries wander around henry jones elizabeth st salamanca place constitution dock mawson's hut couple of hours battery point derwent river
Best of both worlds: food and sites! This was a part of Hobart to not be missed! The original downtown and settlement area in Tasmania and it was always a great place to meet locals, tourists and people from all walks of life! Try the...More
The first European settlement in the Hobart area was at Risdon Cove in 1803. This site though was subsequently abandoned in favour of Sullivan's Cove where fresh water was more plentiful, there was a deep and sheltered harbour and gentle slopes suitable for settlement. Over...More
Sullivans Cove is the major waterfront attraction which consists of numerous finger wharfs, the Elizabeth Pier Wharf , Elizabeth St Pier, Brooke St Pier, Franklin Wharf, Constitution Dock and Victoria Dock which also house numerous restaurants, shops, tourist booking centre, & art galleries.
Hobart's Waterfront is the harbour in Sullivan's Cove. Here you will find Elizabeth St Pier, Brooke St Pier, Franklin Wharf, Constitution Dock and Victoria Dock. Consequently in such a relatively small area you will find all kinds of sea-going vessels, cafes, restaurants, shops, art galleries...More
My sister and I stayed at Apartment 1A Sullivan’s Cove Apartments for three nights. It was recently renovated and looked great and worked well for two women though was easily spacious enough for two couples. Outlook was to the harbour and boats. Beds were very...More