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Hobart

Tasmania, Australia

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Cruises to Hobart

Hobart is Tasmania's capital city that blends culture, historical sites and a vibrant artistic community against a backdrop of staggering natural beauty. Get a taste of local life by strolling Salamanca Place in Sullivan's Cove - a cobblestone square bustling with art galleries, boutique shops, restaurants and live music. Journey to the Tasman Peninsula to explore the island's beautiful wilderness and perhaps spot the famed Tasmanian Devil.

What you NEED TO KNOW

  • Port Name & Location
    Your ship will dock at this port.
  • Time Zone
    AEST (Australian Eastern Time Zone) UTC/GMT + 10 hours
  • Language
    English is the local language.
  • Currency & Shopping
    Local currency is the Australian Dollar (AUD)
    • Best Way to Get Around
      Organized shore excursions.
    • Famous For
      Russell Falls was Tasmania's first nature reserve in 1885 and the Mount Field National Park was founded in 1916 to protect the diverse beauty of the falls and its surrounds.
    • Fun Fact #1
      The actor Errol Flynn was born in Tasmania, where his father was a university biology professor.
    • Fun Fact #2
      Named by early European settlers who were haunted at night by its screeches and demonic growls, the Tasmanian Devil is actually a very shy marsupial.
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