Neighborhoods to Book a Hotel Hobart
Located in the center of Hobart, the Battery Point is dotted with various historic buildings including Princes Wharf and Salamanca Place. The historic old harbor area was a prosperous marine area which can be clearly seen in its various houses right from worker’s cottage to magnificent mansions along with several shops, restaurant and cafes.
Hobart's Eastern Shore is dominated by the famous Tasman Bridge and houses many significant landmarks like the Bellerive Oval cricket stadium which regularly hosts international cricket matches. The area also offers many excellent spots to indulge in scuba diving, swimming, fish, sailing and other recreational activities.
Lying in the north side of Hobart, Derwent Valley is blessed with serene natural beauty and is a must visit for wine lovers. Offering large vineyards and wineries, the area produces some of the best Australian wines. Beyond wines a wealth of sprawling national parks, walking trails, rainforests and natural areas are also worth a visit.