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Hobart – Apollo

1 Hawkesford Rd,, Hobart Airport, Cambridge




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Hobart – Britz

14 Long Street, Hobart Airport Cambridge, TAS




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Hobart – Cruisin

3 Runway Place, Cambridge




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Hobart – Go Cheap

3 Runway Place, Cambridge




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Hobart – Maui

14 Long Street, Cambridge TAS, Australia




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Hobart – Mighty

14 Long Street, Cambridge, Hobart




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Hobart – Tasmania Campers

Clovelly Cottage, 32 Kennedy Drive, Cambridge TAS




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2 Berth Hi-Top

2 Berth Hi-Top

RV Model 2 Berth Hi-Top
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double bed (1.90m x 1.50m)
  • 2 burner gas stove
  • Radio/single CD
  • No toilet/shower
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2 Berth Sandpiper

2 Berth Sandpiper

RV Model 2 Berth Sandpiper
Sleeps 2
Features
  • 1 x Double bed (1.9m x 1.4m)
  • 3 burner gas stove
  • AM/FM Radio & single CD player
  • Toilet
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4 Berth Hi-Top Campervan

4 Berth Hi-Top Campervan

RV Model 4 Berth Hi-Top Campervan
Sleeps 4
Features
  • Dinette bed (1.90m x 1.5m) Over-head Double bed (1.9m x 1.5m) weight up to 200kg.
  • gas stove
  • Radio/single CD
  • No toilet/shower
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4 Berth Seeker

4 Berth Seeker

RV Model 4 Berth Seeker
Sleeps 4
Features
  • Double bed over Cab (2.1m x 1.30m) Double bed – permanent (2.1m x 1.4m)
  • 3 burner gas stove
  • Shower with fold-away basin
  • AM/FM Radio & single CD player
  • Toilet
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6 Berth Deluxe

6 Berth Deluxe

RV Model 6 Berth Deluxe
Sleeps 6
Features
  • Double bed over Cab (2.0m x 1.30m) Rear Double bed (2.10m x 1.40m) Dinette Double bed (1.90m x 1.20m)
  • 3 burner gas stove/grill
  • Shower with fold-away basin
  • AM/FM Radio & single CD player
  • Toilet
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6 Berth Discovery

6 Berth Discovery

RV Model 6 Berth Discovery
Sleeps 6
Features
  • Double bed over Cab permanent (2.10m x 1.30m) Rear Double bed (2.10m x 1.40m) Dinette Double bed (1.90m x 1.20m)
  • 3 burner gas stove
  • Shower with fold-away basin
  • AM/FM Radio & single CD player
  • Toilet
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Adventurer 4 Wheel Drive

Adventurer 4 Wheel Drive

RV Model Adventurer 4 Wheel Drive
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double bed (2.00m x 1.90)
  • Portable 2 burner gas stove. Cooking must be done outside the vehicle.
  • Portable Shower
  • Radio/CD
  • No toilet
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Apollo Endeavour Camper

Apollo Endeavour Camper

RV Model Apollo Endeavour Camper
Sleeps 2 + 1
Features
  • Double beds (1.90m x 1.40m) (max weight 200kg), (1.9 x 1.4)
  • 2 burner gas stove
  • No Bathroom
  • CD/Radio
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Apollo Euro Camper

Apollo Euro Camper

RV Model Apollo Euro Camper
Sleeps 4
Features
  • 2 Double beds (2.0m x 1.40m), (1.90m x 1.40m)
  • 2 burner gas stove
  • Pressurised hot and cold water shower
  • CD/Radio
  • Toilet
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Apollo Euro Deluxe

Apollo Euro Deluxe

RV Model Apollo Euro Deluxe
Sleeps 6
Features
  • 3 Double beds (2.1m x 1.5m), (2.1m x 1.4m), (1.9m x 1.2m)
  • 2 burner gas stove
  • Pressurised hot and cold water shower
  • CD/Radio
  • Toilet
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Apollo Euro Star

Apollo Euro Star

RV Model Apollo Euro Star
Sleeps 4
Features
  • 2 Double beds (2.10m x 1.50m), (2.10m x 1.40m)
  • 2 burner gas stove, 1 electric hotplate
  • Pressurised hot and cold water shower
  • CD/Radio
  • Toilet
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Apollo Euro Tourer

Apollo Euro Tourer

RV Model Apollo Euro Tourer
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double bed (1.90m x 1.70m)
  • 3 burner gas stove
  • Pressurised hot and cold water shower
  • Radio
  • Toilet
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Apollo Hitop Camper

Apollo Hitop Camper

RV Model Apollo Hitop Camper
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double bed (1.90m x 1.60m)
  • 2 burner gas stove
  • No Bathroom
  • CD/Radio
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Beach

Beach

RV Model Beach
Sleeps 4
Features
  • Toilet & Shower
  • Air Conditioning
  • CD/Radio
  • TV/DVD
  • 2 Double Beds
  • Shower & Toilet
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Big Six – 6 berth

Big Six – 6 berth

RV Model Big Six - 6 berth
Sleeps 6
Features
  • 3 double beds
  • 4 burner gas stove
  • Hot & Cold Pressurised Shower
  • CD/Radio
  • Toilet
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Bush Camper 2

Bush Camper 2

RV Model Bush Camper 2
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double bed (2.00m x 1.90m)
  • 2 Burner Gas Stove
  • CD/Radio
  • No bathroom
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Bush Camper 4

Bush Camper 4

RV Model Bush Camper 4
Sleeps 4
Features
  • Double bed (2.00m x 1.50m) Double bed (1.90m x 1.40)
  • 2 Burner Gas Stove
  • CD/Radio
  • No bathroom
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Bush Challanger

Bush Challanger

RV Model Bush Challanger
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double bed (1.85m x 1.15m) Single bed (1.95m x 0.95)
  • Portable Gas Cooker
  • CD/Radio
  • No bathroom
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Cascade

Cascade

RV Model Cascade
Sleeps 4
Features
  • Toilet & Shower
  • Air Conditioning
  • CD/Radio
  • TV/DVD
  • 2 Double Beds
  • Shower & Toilet
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Cheapa 2 Berth

Cheapa 2 Berth

RV Model Cheapa 2 Berth
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double bed (1.90m x 1.70m)
  • 3 burner gas stove
  • Pressurised hot and cold water shower
  • CD/Radio
  • Toilet
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Cheapa 4 Berth

Cheapa 4 Berth

RV Model Cheapa 4 Berth
Sleeps 4
Features
  • 2 Double beds (1.90m x 1.40m), (1.90m x 1.20m)
  • 3 burner gas stove
  • Pressurised hot and cold water shower
  • CD/Radio
  • Toilet
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Cheapa 4wd Camper

Cheapa 4wd Camper

RV Model Cheapa 4wd Camper
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double bed (2.00m x 1.90m)
  • Portable 2 burner gas stove. Cooking must be done outside the vehicle.
  • Solar Heated Portable Shower & Outdoor Sink
  • CD or cassette/Radio
  • No toilet
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Cheapa 6 Berth

Cheapa 6 Berth

RV Model Cheapa 6 Berth
Sleeps 6
Features
  • 3 Double beds (2.10m x 1.50m), (2.10m x 1.50m), (1.90m x 1.20m)
  • 3 burner gas stove
  • Pressurised hot and cold water shower
  • CD/Radio
  • Toilet
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Cheapa Endeavour Camper

Cheapa Endeavour Camper

RV Model Cheapa Endeavour Camper
Sleeps 2+2
Features
  • Double beds (2.0m x 1.4m) (max weight 200kg), (1.9 x 1.4)
  • 2 burner gas stove
  • No Bathroom
  • CD/Radio
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Cheapa Hitop

Cheapa Hitop

RV Model Cheapa Hitop
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double bed (1.90m x 1.60m)
  • 2 burner gas stove
  • No Bathroom
  • Radio/Cassette
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Cheapa Trailfinder Camper

Cheapa Trailfinder Camper

RV Model Cheapa Trailfinder Camper
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double bed (1.90m x 1.20)
  • Portable 2 burner gas stove. Cooking must be done outside the vehicle.
  • Solar Heated Portable Shower & Outdoor Sink
  • CD or cassette/Radio
  • No toilet
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Derwent

Derwent

RV Model Derwent
Sleeps 6
Features
  • Cab Over Bed – (2.00m x 1.30m), Rear Double – (2.10m x 1.40m), Dinette Bed(1.90m x 1.20m)
  • 3 burner gas stove
  • CD/Radio
  • Toilet/Shower
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Deuce – 2 berth

Deuce – 2 berth

RV Model Deuce - 2 berth
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double bed or two single beds
  • 3 burner gas stove
  • Hot & Cold Pressurised Shower
  • CD/Radio
  • Toilet
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Deuce Plus – 3 berth

Deuce Plus – 3 berth

RV Model Deuce Plus - 3 berth
Sleeps 2 + 1
Features
  • One Double bed and one single or three single beds
  • Gas stove with slide-out BBQ
  • Hot & Cold Pressurised Shower
  • CD/Radio
  • Toilet
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Devil Finder

Devil Finder

RV Model Devil Finder
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double bed (1.85m x 1.5m) Single bed (1.95m x 1.17m)
  • 2 Ring Gas Cooker with Grill
  • CD/Radio
  • No bathroom
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Devil Sleepervan

Devil Sleepervan

RV Model Devil Sleepervan
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double bed (1.90m x 1.04m)
  • 2 Ring Gas Cooker
  • CD/Radio
  • No bathroom
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Discovery

Discovery

RV Model Discovery
Sleeps 4
Features
  • Double Rear Top (2.00m x 1.40m) Rear Bottom (2.00m x 1.40m)
  • Gas Cooker
  • CD/Radio
  • Toilet/Shower
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Double Down – 4 berth

Double Down – 4 berth

RV Model Double Down - 4 berth
Sleeps 4
Features
  • Two double beds (top bunk max weight 200kg)
  • 2 burner gas stove
  • No Bathroom
  • CD/Radio
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Double Up – 4 berth

Double Up – 4 berth

RV Model Double Up - 4 berth
Sleeps 4
Features
  • Two double beds
  • 4 burner gas stove
  • Hot & Cold Pressurised Shower
  • CD/Radio
  • Toilet
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Euro Slider Motorhome

Euro Slider Motorhome

RV Model Euro Slider Motorhome
Sleeps 4
Features
  • 2 Double beds (1.90m x 1.50m), (2.10m x 1.40m)
  • 2 burner gas stove, 1 electric hotplate, grill & oven
  • Pressurised hot and cold water shower
  • CD/Radio
  • Toilet
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Explorer

Explorer

RV Model Explorer
Sleeps 4
Features
  • Over Cab (1.96m x 1.53m), Rear (2.10m x 1.45m) (bed tapers at end in some models)
  • 4 burner gas stove
  • Pressurised hot and cold water shower
  • CD/Radio
  • Toilet
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Frontier

Frontier

RV Model Frontier
Sleeps 6
Features
  • Over Cab (2.10m x 1.45m), Dinette (1.84m x 1.10m), Rear (2.10m x 1.45m bed tapers at the end)
  • 4 burner gas stove plus grill
  • Pressurised hot and cold water shower
  • CD/Radio
  • Toilet
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Henty

Henty

RV Model Henty
Sleeps 4
Features
  • Cab Over Bed (2.10m x 1.30m), Rear Dinette(2.1m x 1.4m)
  • 3 burner gas stove
  • CD/Radio
  • Toilet/Shower
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Go Hi-Top

Go Hi-Top

RV Model Hi-Top
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double bed (1.90m x 1.50m) Over-head Single bed (1.9m x 1.2m) weight up to 70kg.
  • 2 burner gas stove
  • CD/Radio
  • No Toilet/shower
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Highball – 2 berth

Highball – 2 berth

RV Model Highball - 2 berth
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double bed
  • 2 burner gas stove
  • No Bathroom
  • CD/Radio
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HiTop

HiTop

RV Model HiTop
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double bed (1.85m x 1.55m)
  • 2 burner gas stove
  • No Bathroom
  • CD/Radio
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Outback 4 Wheel Drive

Outback 4 Wheel Drive

RV Model Outback 4 Wheel Drive
Sleeps 5 (with 2 tents)
Features
  • 1 x 4 person tent 2.35m x 2.43m x 2.10m High ( 2 x tents for 5 travelling) Sleeping Mats 1.92m x 0.58m x 0.08 thick
  • Portable 2 burner gas stove. Cooking must be done outside the vehicle.
  • CD/Radio MPS3 compatible and Bluetooth
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Picton

Picton

RV Model Picton
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double bed over Cab (1.90m x 1.5m)
  • 3 burner gas stove
  • Radio/single CD
  • Toilet/Shower
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River

River

RV Model River
Sleeps 6
Features
  • Toilet & Shower
  • Air Conditioning
  • CD/Radio
  • TV/DVD
  • 3 Double Beds
  • Shower & Toilet

 

 

 

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Safari Landcruiser 4 Wheel Drive

Safari Landcruiser 4 Wheel Drive

RV Model Safari Landcruiser 4 Wheel Drive
Sleeps 5
Features
  • Rooftop Tent with Annexe (Double Bed – 2.50m x 1.25m) 3 x Sleeping mats – 1.92m x 0.58m x 0.08 thick)
  • Portable 2 burner portable gas stove. Cooking must be done outside the vehicle.
  • CD/Radio
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Scout 4 Wheel Drive

Scout 4 Wheel Drive

RV Model Scout 4 Wheel Drive
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Rear Double (2.20m x 1.28m)
  • Portable butane gas stove. Cooking must be done outside the vehicle.
  • CD/Radio MPS3 compatible and Bluetooth
  • No bathroom
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Tamar

Tamar

RV Model Tamar
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double bed (1.90m x 1.70m)
  • 3 x Gas Hob
  • CD/Radio
  • Toilet/Shower
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Trail Finder

Trail Finder

RV Model Trail Finder
Sleeps 4+1
Features
  • Double bed (2.10m x 1.72m) Bunk bed (in roof 2.00m x 1.37m)
  • 2 Ring Gas Cooker
  • CD/Radio
  • No bathroom
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Trail Finder

Trail Finder

RV Model Trail Finder
Sleeps 3
Features
  • Double bed (dinette converts) Single bed (in roof)
  • 2 Ring Gas Cooker with Grill
  • CD/Radio
  • No bathroom
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Trailfinder Camper 4 Wheel Drive

Trailfinder Camper 4 Wheel Drive

RV Model Trailfinder Camper 4 Wheel Drive
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double bed (1.90m x 1.20)
  • Portable 2 burner gas stove. Cooking must be done outside the vehicle.
  • Portable Shower
  • Radio/CD
  • No toilet
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Ultima

Ultima

RV Model Ultima
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Toilet & Shower
  • Air Conditioning
  • CD/Radio
  • TV/DVD
  • Shower & Toilet
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Ultima Plus

Ultima Plus

RV Model Ultima Plus
Sleeps 2 Adults, 1 Child
Features
  • Double bed (1.91m x 1.78m) OR Two singles (1.91m x 0.6m) Front Single (1.75m x 0.66m)
  • 3 burner gas stove
  • Pressurised hot and cold water shower
  • CD/Radio
  • Toilet
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Venturer

Venturer

RV Model Venturer
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Double (rear 1.91m x 1.78m) or 2 x Singles (1.91m x 0.60m)
  • Gas stove plus built-in BBQ
  • Pressurised hot and cold water shower
  • CD/Radio/Bluetooth
  • Toilet
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Venturer Plus

Venturer Plus

RV Model Venturer Plus
Sleeps 2 + 1
Features
  • 1 x Double (rear 1.91m x 1.78m) 2 x Single (rear 1.91m x 0.60m) Single (front 1.75m x 0.66m)
  • 3 burner gas stove
  • Pressurised hot and cold water shower
  • CD/Radio
  • Toilet
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Voyager

Voyager

RV Model Voyager
Sleeps 4
Features
  • Rear Double (1.85m x 1.24m) Top Bunk (2.00m x 1.20m)
  • 2 burner gas stove
  • CD/Radio
  • No toilet/shower
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Places to Hire an RV in Hobart

Maui Elite – 5-minute walk from airplane terminal. 17 km from the city centre. 14 Long Street, Hobart Airport Cambridge, TAS Australia.

Maui – 5-minute walk from airplane terminal. 17 km from the city centre. 14 Long Street, Hobart Airport Cambridge, TAS Australia.

Britz Campervan Rentals – 5-minute walk from airplane terminal. 17 km from the city centre. 14 Long Street, Hobart Airport Cambridge, TAS Australia.

Apollo – 1 km from the airport. 17 km from the city centre. 1 Hawkesford Rd, Hobart Airport, Cambridge Australia.

Cruisin’ Motorhome Rental – 3 km from the airport. 15 km from the city centre. 3 Runway Place, Cambridge Australia.

Mighty RV Rental – 5-minute walk from airplane terminal. 17 km from the city centre. 14 Long Street, Hobart Airport Cambridge, TAS Australia.

Go Cheap RV Hire– 3 km from the airport. 15 km from the city centre. 3 Runway Place, Cambridge Australia.

Tasmania Campers – 4 km from the airport. 14 km from the city centre. Clovelly Cottage, 32 Kennedy Drive, Cambridge TAS Australia.

 

Hobart Campervan Hire Serving the Local Area

Serving North Hobart, Battery Point, Sandy Bay, Taroona, Kingston, Blackmans Bay, Sandfly, Lower Longley, Leslie Vale, Neika, Collinsvale, Moleworth, Malbina, Berriedale, Claremont, Boyer, Norfolk, Dromedary, Bridgewater, Broadmarsh, Brighton, Pontville, Tea Tree, Grasstree Hill, Dulcot, Richmond, Orielton, Penna, Midway Point, Cambridge, Acton Park, Bellerive, Howrah, Oakdowns, Lauderdale, Sanford, Cremorne, Clifton Beach, South Arm, Pawleena, Sorell, Wattle Hill, Nugent, Lewisham, Forcett, Dodges Ferry, Carlton River, Primerose Sands, Connellys Marsh, Dunalley, Boomer Bay, Bream Creek, Margate, Electrona, Snug, Oyster Cove, Kettering, Woodbridge, Birchs Bay, Gardners Bay, Cygnet, North Bruny, Franklin, Huonville, Ranelagh, Lucaston and Lachlan.

 

Places to Camp Around Hobart

Nothing is more soothing than being out in nature! Luckily, Hobart gives us choices with lots of beautiful places for camping. The multi-day walks in nature challenge even the most robust hikers here. So, visit Hobart and enjoy the best camping the city has to offer.

Fortescue Bay Tasman National Park – The national park outside of Hobart has vistas that need to be seen to be believed. It is a two-hour drive from Hobart to reach this site, which is perfect for a day trip or overnight. The National park provides two campsites at Fortescue Bay with facilities block and firepits provided. Fortescue TAS 7182, Australia.

Mt William National park – This National Park has some of the most attractive hikes on the island. Once you’ve bushed out the trails and ocean dips, befriending Forester kangaroos and going fishing are other activities that are popular.

Douglas – Apsley National Park – If you want a break from the camping spots on Tasmania’s coastline and want to head to the steep Douglas-Apsley National Park, then it is a great choice. The park features a number of isolated waterfalls and freshwater pools nestled among eucalypt forest. Douglas-Apsley TAS 7215, Australia.

Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park – It is home to Cradle Mountain and the amazingly challenging Overland Track. This national park is a proper bushwalking gem that features hikes for all abilities. It has alpine landscapes, pine tree framed lakes, and Cradle Mountain looming in reserve. The park is four hours if driving from Hobart.

Lake St Clair – Cynthia bay has unpowered and power-driven sites available, as well as cabin lodging. Relax with a leisurely walk around the lakeshore, keeping an eye out for inquisitive nature. Enjoy the breathtaking views across the lake towards Mount Olympus, the Traveller Range, and Mounts Rufus and Hugely.

Tasman Peninsula – The Tasman Peninsula is among the most impressive coastlines in Australia, with towering sea cliffs and spectacular beaches. You can camp at pristine Fortescue Bay at the Mill Creek or Banksia Campsites to get pleasure from an island paradise. Lime Bay State Reserve is also a top spot to drench in the water views and discover the exciting convict history of the place.

Bruny Island – Bruny is becoming a popular holiday destination for locals and visitors alike. There are heaps to do that include wildlife cruises, food tours, and fantastic walks. There are two campgrounds at Cloudy Bay – The Pines and Cloudy Bay Corner Beach campground. Jetty Beach at Cape Bruny is an excellent choice for families due to the safe swimming and boat launch from the beach.

 

Places to Camp in Tasmania

It’s easy to get away from the crowds and get wild in Tasmania where serene blue coves, long isolated beaches, and secluded myrtle forests offer exceptional free camping.

There are so many free campgrounds in this state that you could probably not experience them all on a single trip, making Tasmania nirvana for campers longing for a little room this summer.

Mayfield Bay Coastal Reserve – This little beachside splendour is a grassy camping nook that overlooks Mayfield Bay and the white sand beaches endlessly south past the 1845 convict-built, Three Arch Bridge. It’s a sheltered spot with open campsites and impressive views across Great Oyster Bay to the Freycinet Peninsula. Tasman Highway, Australia.

Bay of Fires – This tri-collared shoreline of white sands, that arcs blue coves and sea desolated granite headlands ignited by the setting sun, is probably the most magnificent camping area on the island. Discover this spot initially, and your schedule will be blown to bits, as it’s just about impossible to move on from.

Lake Rowallan Bridge – To reach Lake Rowallan Bridge camp head 15km west of Mole Creek, turn south just ahead to Liena and after 6km take the Mersey Forest Road and keep on to Lake Rowallan Bridge. The camp offers toilets and allows pets, and there’s a boat ramp on the lake’s eastern side.

Liffey River Camp – Liffey River Reserve is an incredible habitation for Tasmanian devils, echidnas and potoroos, bettongs and wallabies, and bandicoots and pygmy possums, which is also a fantastic patch of World Heritage-listed backwoods, situated south of Deloraine at the foot of Dry’s Bluff.

Ben Lomond National Park – Here, you can tackle the daring drive up Jacobs Ladder down the road perilously carved into the side of Tasmania’s second utmost huddle of peaks. From the ski village snuggled underneath Legged Tor, you can leapfrog up saturated summertime slopes, hiking to a cold patch of old snow for our child’s first snowball clash.

Edgar Dam – It’s a great place to fuel a campfire to ward off the prominently chilly southwest weather and have the benefit of the pademelons that forage around camp. The area is 155km from Hobart, nestled underneath stiff, notched quartzite peaks with menacing summits and uncovered ridgelines. The place has outstanding facilities that comprise of two big shelter sheds, rainwater tanks, picnic tables, fireplaces, rubbish bins, a boat ramp, composting wheelchair-accessible toilets, and firewood.

 

Places to Stay in Hobart

Planning a visit to Hobart and looking for the best hotel to stay?
Hobart is a beautiful city in Tasmania and if you’ve made up your mind to visit, then choose from the best accommodation from the below-mentioned places.

Macq 01 Hotel – 18 Hunter St, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

Hotel Grand Chancellor – 1 Davey St, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

Hadley’s Orient Hotel – 34 Murray St, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

Maylands Lodge – Hobart, 40 Swanston St, New Town TAS 7008 Australia.

Grand Vue Private Hotel – 8 Mona St, Battery Point TAS 7004 Australia.

Alabama Hotel – 8 Mona St, Battery Point TAS 7004 Australia.

Salamanca Wharf Hotel – 17A Castray Esplanade, Battery Point TAS 7004 Australia.

Islington Hotel – 321 Davey St, South Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

Macquarie Manor Hotel – 172 Macquarie St, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

The Henry Jones Art Hotel – 25 Hunter St, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

Wrest Point – 410 Sandy Bay Rd, Hobart TAS 7005 Australia.

Ibis Styles Hobart – 173 Macquarie St, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

The Old Wool store Apartment Hotel – 1 Macquarie St, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

Montacute Boutique Bunkhouse – 1 Stowell Ave, Battery Point TAS 7004 Australia.

Somerset on the Pier Hobart – 1 Elizabeth St, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel – 154-156 Collins St, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

Clydesdale Manor – 154-156 Collins St, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

Sullivan’s Cove Apartments – 21 Hunter St, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

Astor Private Hotel – 157 Macquarie St, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

Argyle Moor Lodge – 2 Lewis St, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

Quest Savory – 38 Elizabeth St, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

Quest Trinity House – 149 Brooker Avenue, Glebe TAS 7000 Australia.

Places to Eat in Hobart

Hobart is Australia’s smallest capital city but has emerged as the finest and freshest dining destinations in recent years. Local heroes like Ettie’s and Tempol have made Hobart’s food a world delicacy that brings satisfaction to the stomach and amazed eyebrows to a dining scene that now holds your interest. Take a look at some of the places where you can eat.

Peacock & Jones – It is hidden away in a calm sandstone storehouse on Hobart’s prized waterfront. Peacock and Jones is a hit for foodie scope. Although it’s away from the bustle of the city, this secrecy doesn’t carry over into rustling up your dish. 33 Hunter St, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

Tempol – It is reasonably priced and is the best part of a foodie’s journey to Tasmania; Tempol is a small 20-seater located in the back streets of Hobart. With their shared food, sole wines and shared dining, it’s guaranteed to be a good time. 98 Patrick St, Hobart Tas 7000 Australia.

The Urban Greek – The creamy warm Moussaka from The Urban Greek is exceptional. This restaurant is known for contemporary jazz, conventional Greek food and modern hospitality. 103 Murray St, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

Aloft – Aloft’s architecture isn’t the only thing that adjusts skillfully to its environment. The menu includes customary herbs and vegetables, locally caught & yielded seafood, and small farm meat and dairy. Pier one, Brooke St, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

Pancho Villa – A notable and artistic Mexican restaurant and tequila bar, Pancho Villa is an innovative fitting crest for what has become known as one of the most excellent restaurants in Hobart. The restaurant has a dark and subtle vibe, superb service, and great food. Corner Elizabeth St & Pitt St, North Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

The Agrarian Kitchen – It is a cooking school and restaurant of rustic fare built upon the foundations of the town’s old mental asylum. The place celebrates the seasonal produce and drinking, the dining experience is humble, diner-oriented, and friendly. 11a The Avenue, New Norfolk TAS 7140 Australia.

Landscape Restaurant & Grill – You’ll get freshly shucked oysters and drizzled salad to skillfully grilled steak, elegantly roasted fish, potato gnocchi, seafood risotto, and rock lobster. Landscape Restaurant & Grill makes a sublime dining experience in the heart of Hobart’s Hunter Street waterfront precinct. 23 Hunter St, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

The Drunken Admiral – If you want quality sea-food, then this is the place to go. You’ll get baked Vienna loaf and salt n’ pepper squid and the fish market selection of the day. The Drunken Admiral has nil pretension and continually serves excellent food. 17/19 Hunter St, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

The Glass House – It’s located at the end of the Pier and the Glass House is a top-quality dining bar with an affinity for fancy cocktails, tasty shared plates, international flair, and panoramic harbour views. Brooke Street Pier, Franklin Wharf, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

 

Where to Pick up the Essentials in Hobart

There are numerous markets in the greater Hobart area, and as you drive in the city, you will find plenty of farm gate sales and boxes that will satisfy your cravings for fresh produce. The markets at Hobart are known for their berries, cherries, and stone fruit season.
If you are planning to visit the capital of Tasmania, then do visit these markets and explore the local produces and dishes.

Salamanca Market – This is the best-known market in Tasmania and the largest with up to 300 stallholders setting up each weekend. The market sets up amid the significant sandstone warehouses on Salamanca Place and the boats secured at the waterfront piers. The markets themselves offer a site to local producers and growers, but for the food lover’s first market goer, a considerable number of the stalls are selling art, skill, jewellery, and fashion. Salamanca Pl, Hobart TAS 7001 Australia.

Farm Gate Market – For the locavore and foodie, Farm Gate Market is the real treat. The Farm Gate market has been operational in Hobart for around seven years and is wholly for the foodie. However, you won’t find clothing, arts, and crafts and a casual assortment of goods here. To maintain your space in the market, your manufacture must be eaten, drunk or grown. It’s even more genuine as you must also be the creator; there are no re-sellers here. 104 Bathurst St, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

Street Eats @ Franko – For a foodie market familiarity of a vaguely varied kind, Street Eats @ Franko at Port Arthur from land and water. This one isn’t about stocking up on the product for the abode gourmand; it’s a street food and food truck meeting point with a difference. On Friday night, this place is perfect for locals and visitors to blend, unwind, listen to some great live music, and treat in some of the incredible local Hobart foods. Franklin Square, 70, Macquarie St, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

Hobart, the capital of Tasmania, was founded in 1804 as a British penal colony. The Cascade Female Factory is now a popular historical display of life inside prison walls for female convicts.

Hobart is the most populous city of Tasmania, with a population of 206,000, but is experiencing growth pains and traffic congestion can be a problem. The tourism information office is centrally located downtown and offers city and state maps and information. Hobart is also a very walkable city with shops, museums and cafes along the Derwent River waterfront. It is also home of the famous Salamanca Market, Australia’s most vibrant and loved outdoor market.

The city sits in the backdrop of Mount Wellington. It is the summit of the Wellington Range and sits in the Wellington Park Reserve. Visitors can enjoy trails of various difficulty levels and lookout points of the city and wilderness area. A point of interest here is the dolerite cliff known as the Organ Pipes.

Other popular stops include the Cascade Brewery, Australia’s oldest brewery which offers very interesting tours and tastings of beer and nonalcoholic beverages. MONA is the art museum with a playful vibe and a wine bar. Also, the Royal Tasmania Botanical Garden is a great place to spend a relaxing day, 14 hectares (37.4 acres), with several different garden theme areas, and a restaurant with a nice view of the gardens and the river.

 

Things to do in Hobart

Known as the capital city of Tasmania, Hobart is a hub of ethnicity, history, foodstuff, and natural exquisiteness. Whatever your interests are, at Hobart you’ll find an abundance of things to do for fun and entertainment.

Mount Wellington – It is one of the most popular spots in Hobart and rises 1270m high. Snow can be often being seen casing the peaks, and the views from the pinnacle are really striking. People who are looking for more adventures, there are many ways to see the park comprising of horse riding, four-wheel driving, biking, and rock climbing. Wellington Park TAS 7054 Australia.

Battery Point – Battery Point feels like a step back in time. Most of the buildings here date from the 1830s, and you’ll find numerous colonial-style buildings as you stroll its streets. The best way to discover Battery Point is on foot, and you’ll come across many lovely shops and cafés along with some of the exclusive real estate in Hobart. Hobart, Tasmania 7004 Australia.

Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) – It was opened in 2011, and the MONA has been said to have revived Hobart and put it on the worldwide map. It is described as a ‘revolutionary adult Disneyland’; MONA brings together both old and new art and will amaze and astonish even the most modern art cynic. 655 Main Rd, Berriedale TAS 7011 Australia.

Port Arthur Historic Site – It is listed as a World Heritage site. The Port Arthur Historic site has 30 buildings and was a strict facility used by the British Empire to send crooks to Australia. Many of the unique buildings are ruins now, but you can still observe and walk around the penitentiary, the Separate Prison, the hospital, and the Convict Church. Arthur Hwy, Port Arthur TAS 7182 Australia.

Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens – It was opened in 1818, and the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens is a 14-hectare site home to many significant and inhabitant Tasmanian plants. It has many essential conservation projects and also houses the world’s only Subantarctic Plant House. Lower Domain Rd, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

Cascade Brewery – It is Australia’s oldest brewery, built-in 1832 and still in use today. The building stands rather prominently against its background, a gorgeous example of older, colonial architecture. 131 Cascade Rd, South Hobart, Tasmania Australia.

Bo Norong Wildlife Sanctuary – It is half an hour away from Hobart and offers visitors the opportunity to get up close and personal with a range of native Tasmanian animals, such as the Tasmanian devil, bettongs, wombats, and wallabies. It is an excellent trip for all animal lovers and kids in particular. 593 Briggs Rd, Brighton, Tasmania Australia.

Truganina Track – The Truganina Track is a climbing walk from Hobart with beautiful views of Hobart and the neighbouring area once you reach the Mount Nelson Signal Station. Sandy Bay Rd, Sandy Bay TAS 7005 Australia.

 

Things to do with Kids in Hobart

Hobart is Australia’s most underrated destination that has many exciting and unique attractions for kids’ entertainment. It is the largest city in Tasmania and the second oldest city in Australia.

If you are wondering how you can entertain your kids in the Hobart, then there are numerous places where you can visit. These family-friendly activities are easy on the budget, and you can have some good old family fun.

Mawson’s Hut Replica Museum – It is situated on the waterfront, 50m from Constitution Dock, this museum is worth taking the kids to see. At the reception, you’re greeted and you’ll read about the journey of explorers through the Antarctic. You will learn of the adversities they faced as you go through into their living quarters and experience first-hand how they lived and endured. Morrison St & Argyle Street, Hobart TAS 7000 Australia.

Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) – The Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) is extremely remarkable. If you are willing to go to one attraction only in Hobart, then it has to be this place. It’s one of the best places to visit in Hobart Tasmania. 655 Main Rd, Berriedale TAS 7011 Australia.

Mt Wellington – Referred as “the mountain” by locals, it looms over Hobart at 1271 meters tall. It is the place to visit for terrific views over Hobart and Southern Tasmania. During winters, it is often snow-capped, so it is also a great chance to play in the snow with children. Wellington Park TAS 7054 Australia.

Richmond Maze – Historic Richmond is a good place to visit and just a thirty-minute drive from Hobart. Here you can find numerous significant sites, comprising Australia’s oldest bridge, as well as a model village, a yummy lolly shop, an older convict gaol, and a very fun maze. 13 Bridge St, Richmond TAS 7025 Australia.

Port Arthur– Port Arthur Historic Site is where all the most horrible offenders were sent from all over Australia in the 1800s. Today it is a fascinating and well-presented site of over 30 buildings and ruins. Arthur Hwy, Port Arthur TAS 7182, Australia.

 

Places to Shop in Hobart

Hobart is known as the best place to shop in Tasmania. From flea markets to shopping malls – you have numerous options to explore and buy from in Hobart. Take a look!

Cat and Fiddle Shopping Arcade – It is situated in the city centre, and this shopping complex has numerous options for you – from fashion boutiques and supermarkets to specialty stores and much more. It is renowned for its ÄúCow Jumped over the moon that becomes dynamic every hour on the hour. 51 Murray St, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia.

Elizabeth Street Mall – It is one of the trendiest malls in Hobart that contains many of the high-street names, national chain stores, and a range of shops. This mall also has a large food court with a lot of variety. 50 Elizabeth St, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia.

Centrepoint Shopping Centre – This is a huge shopping mall with numerous fashion shops, specialty shops, gift shops, newsagents, and supermarkets to opt from. 70 Murray St, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia.

Trafalgar Shopping Centre – This shopping centre has an attractive range of fashion outlets, specialty stores, and a few stylish cafes to unwind and enjoy the neighbouring atmosphere. 108 Collins Street, Hobart Australia.

Salamanca Market – This flea market is energetic and exciting and is held every Saturday between 8 am to 3 pm; it is one of the most admired attractions in Hobart. There are over 250 stalls that comprise of organic produce, savoury snacks, books, art, local delicacies, clothes, vintage products, jewellery, fashion accessories, etc. Salamanca Pl, Hobart TAS 7001, Australia.

Eastland Shopping Centre – This shopping centre comprises a number of forte shops, homeware shops, fashion outlets, gift shops, bakeries, supermarkets, toy stores, a large food court, and much more. 26 Bligh St, Rosny Park TAS 7018, Australia.

Glenorchy Central Shopping Centre – It is situated in the suburbs, and this shopping centre has numerous fashion outlets, specialty stores, bakeries, etc. 2 Cooper St, Glenorchy TAS 7010, Australia.

Northgate Shopping Centre – This shopping centre has a range of fashion outlets, specialty stores, and bakeries, along with an exciting food hall and numerous unique cuisines. 387-393 Main Rd, Glenorchy TAS 7010, Australia.

Northgate Flea Market – This is a famous flea market and takes place every Sunday at the car park of the Northgate Shopping Centre. You can look through a diversity of stalls which provide various products such as fresh food, makeup, handmade item, fashion accessories, clothes, art, etc. It is an excellent chance to take away some fantastic bargains for your home. Northgate Shopping Centre, 387-393 Main Rd, Glenorchy TAS 7010, Australia.

Hobart Twilight Market – Filling the lawns at the back Lower Sandy Bay Beach, this summer market runs to a bang of waves and live music. You’ll find hand-made clothing, food, wine, porcelain, jewellery, and dog treats for the plenty of canines. 17 Beach Rd, Sandy Bay TAS 7005 Australia.

 

Annual Events in Hobart

Hobart’s mild weather conditions and imaginative demeanour makes it a perfect place for celebrations. The Hobart Summer Festival is an attraction in the city that puts it on the map and rings in the New Year with a bang. The Summer Festival comprises of the Taste of Tasmania, which offers the island’s cuisine in a delicious array of cookery temptations and nearby produced wine.
Take a look at these annual events in Hobart.

Taste of Tasmania – It is a part of the Summer Festival and is Australia’s oldest and longest-running food and wine festival. Watch world-class street performers or pull up a bean bag chair and watch a movie on the beach. Salamanca Pl, Battery Point TAS 7004, Australia.

Hobart Comedy Festival – It brings up the rear of the Summer Festival, which can be the event of fun and frisking with stand-ups from all over Australia.

Festival of Voices – It is a blissful celebration of verbal traditions and singing for the clean and difficult fun of it. It’s an occasion that brings Hobart people together to sing from the rooftops. 77 Salamanca Pl, Battery Point TAS 7004, Australia.

Ten Days on the Island – For 10 days the island becomes is a state-wide artistic festival of nationwide implication. It offers opportunities for Tasmanian performers and companies to present their works to a wider spectator.

Mona Foma – Mona Foma comprises of three days of art, creativity, music, and amusement featuring home and worldwide artists; the event takes place across numerous venues. If you are in Hobart during the festival, it’s impossible not to take part.

Dark Mofo – Dark Mofo coincides with the Hobart winter that is demanding, stimulating, and diverse. This fiesta features modern presentation and arts for the brain and spirit.

Tasploitation – It is a 48-hour film-making dare, where Tasmanian film creators must create a short piece including shooting, editing, writing, and scoring in two days. It is typically held in late January that includes the night show and award ceremony, which is a memorable event.

Stranger With My Face International Film Festival – This film festival is based in Hobart and the festival comprises of seminars and panels on gender and genre, along with the Tasmanian Gothic Short Script Challenge. It has grown yearly from its comparatively reticent commencement in 2012 as a ‘Women in Horror Recognition month’ occasion to become an internationally recognized occasion in its own right.

 

What to Expect Weather Wise in Hobart

Visiting a city in the right weather will double the fun of any vacation you plan. The seasonal months of December, January and February are crest season in Hobart, and you can enjoy the wilderness to roam, crowds free, just about everywhere.
March, April, and May are the autumn months and are quiet. The weather is unreliable and the famous Fagus tree changes to magnificent reds and yellows in April, the bright swathes of the forest an incredible sight. If you want to experience the southern right and humpback whales, then the best time to visit Hobart is when their migrant path passes the east coast in May, June, and July, and back again in September, October and November.
The winter months are gorgeous here, with temperatures between June and August an average maximum of 12°C (53℉), but still pleasant for hiking, as the high areas get snowfall at this time too.

 

Places to Leave Your Pets in Hobart

Leaving your pets in an unknown place can be a scary thought, but travelling with them can be quite a task. This is the reason you will see a lot of daycare facilities in Hobart City that can keep your pets and take care of them just like you would.

The daycare for pets entertains all kinds of pets, and they will groom them when you are away for a few days. Take a look at some of the daycare at Hobart City.

Clubk9tas – They have the best facilities to look after your dog in Hobart. Your fluffy friend will be looked after by the trainers, groomers, and vet nurses and ensure the interactions are fun and exciting. 128 Argyle St, Hobart Australia.

Dogtainers – They have a network of offices that are operated around Australia, which gives the freedom to move around one state to another with ease, and your pets are also well cared for. They also offer pet transport services in Australia. Strachan St, Cambridge TAS 7170 Australia.

Pets Now Boarding – This daycare is a perfect way to stimulate and enrich your pet while you are busy during the day. They offer a safe and cage-free environment under the supervision of an experienced team of pet experts. 805 Hobart Rd, Breadalbane, Tasmania 7258 Australia.

At Home Pet Sitters – They offer expert dog walking, pet minding, and house sitting services. They look after cats and other types of pets as well, along with horses and hobby farm animals. The staff is animal-loving, dedicated, and experienced.

 

Where to Hire a Bicycle in Hobart

Hobart is the capital of Australia’s island state of Tasmania and resides on the River Derwent. If you are visiting the city and want to explore it by bike, then there are numerous options available for you. Exploring any city on a bike ride can be a thrilling experience as it gives you the freedom to understand the local neighbourhood and culture. Visit the streets and lanes of Hobart and explore the culture, traditions, and food in the best possible way.

Hobart Bike Hire – Explore the streets of Hobart at your own pace with Hobart Bike Hire; you can choose from 5 styles of bikes and you’ll get bike helmet, maps, lock, and sunscreen for your trip. 1A Brooke Street, Hobart Waterfront, Tasmania 7000 Australia.
Cranked Bike Travel Solutions – This bike travel shop has everything – from state of art electric mountain bikes to old school tourers. Explore the roads and trails on a bike with Cranked Bike Travel Solutions. 93 Harrington St, Hobart Tasmania 7000 Australia.

Livelo – Hiring a road bike from Livelo will help you ensure to see the scenic views from Mt Wellington or the beautiful expanse of the River Derwent. They offer you a high-performance road bike and it will be delivered to your hotel prior to your ride.

Bicycle Boutique Hire – Jump on your own two-wheeled machine, which is built and maintained by the best in the business. Bikes are delivered right to your door.
Bruny Island Cycle Tours and Hire – They offer bike hire that includes e-bikes, road bikes, and mountain bikes for independent and guided tours. Bruny Island Ferry Terminal, Kettering TAS 7155, Australia.

Cyclingo – It is Hobart’s premier cycling shop, and they have a stock full of road, mountain, track, touring, and commuter bikes. The workshop specializes in suspension servicing, repairs, and best custom wheel builds. 466 Macquarie St, South Hobart TAS 7004, Australia.