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Hobart's famous waterfront is the finish line of the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race.
Around the waterfront there is Salamanca Market, Tasmanian Museum and MONA - Museum of Old and New Art.
Salamanca Market is open every Saturday at the historic warehouses, a five-minute walk from the city centre.
Historic Site in Southern Tasmania - Port Arthur is approximately 100 km south east of Hobart.
The World Heritage-listed convict site is a great base to explore early Australian convict history.
Bruny Island sits in the southeast coast of Tasmania that provides local produced food and premium quality wine.
The ferry operates daily from Kettering, thich is about a 40 minute drive south of Hobart.
Tasmania's beautiful East Coast - Coles Bay & Freycinet National Park is famous for the iconic Wineglass Bay.
Bicheno is on the north edge of the Freycinet Peninsula, it has nightly penguins tours year-round.
The National Park is about two and half hours from both Hobart and Launceston.
Devonport is a big coastal city and the gateway to the North West and beyond.
The Spirit of Tasmania Ferry sails between Devonport and Melbourne.
Devonport is a 1 hour drive west of Launceston.
Cradle Mountain is the one of Australia's Wilderness World Heritage areas.
The Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park is famous for The Overland Track that is one of Australia's most famous hiking tracks.
Cradle Mountain Visitor Centre in the North of the national park is 2 hours from Launceston.