Hobart is a world-class destination with its captivating history, picturesque harbour, rugged mountains, gourmet food and wine experiences and hip arts and cultural scene – the city has something for everyone.

Having Hobart and the south’s main attractions within close proximity, lets you experience the most of this beautiful region even on the shortest of stays. A day could start, captivated by our nation’s earliest and darkest times at the Port Arthur Historic site, and finishing on top of the world on the peaks of Mount Wellington (kunanyi), overlooking the stunning harbour city down below. Tasting and sampling some of nature’s delicacies of oysters and abalone washed down with fine sparkling wine – and that’s all before you even sit down to your evening meal in one of Hobart’s acclaimed eateries.

It’s the combination of stylish venues with breath-catching views, Hobart’s thriving food and wine scene, arts culture, and an enviable events calendar, including Dark MOFO, Mona Foma and the Taste of Tasmania, that has everyone raving.


  • MONA ( Museum of Old and New Art)
  • Salamanca Market
  • Mt Wellington (kunanyi)
  • Port Arthur Historic Site
  • Cascade Brewery
  • The Tench (Penitentiary Chapel Historic Site)
  • Scenic flights
  • Native Tasmanian wildlife parks
  • Bruny Island
  • Wine, whisky, gin and beer and sightseeing tours
  • Experience the waterways by yacht, luxury catamaran or power vessel
  • Eat and drink in the many exciting restaurants and wineries


In waterfront venues, stylish luxury hotels or sensitively converted historic buildings.


There are four airlines that fly to Hobart: Qantas, Virgin Australia, Jetstar and Tiger Airways. Find out more at our Accessibility Page.


Most conference venues are within easy walking distance of shops, restaurants and attractions.  Quality transport providers are readily available for large groups.  Public transport in the form of taxis, ferries and buses is readily available.