Things To Do

Explore Tasmania's Beautiful Capital City

For more information about accommodation and activities, visit the Tasmanian Travel & Information Centre or Hobart & Beyond websites.

Barilla Bay is an oyster farm, restaurant and gourmet food store 15 minutes from Hobart. Surrounded by landscaped gardens, Barilla Bay is a light-filled, architecturally designed complex that overlooks the bay and oyster farm. The restaurant features fresh Tasmanian produce and of course, the famous Barilla Bay oysters, matched with fine Tasmanian wines and beers.
The Hobart Twilight Market is Hobart’s Friday night twilight market operating from two locations, Long Beach, Lower Sandy Bay overlooking the Derwent River, and Macquarie Point in the Hobart CBD just a short walk from accommodation and the cruise ship terminal. The market mixes gourmet fare and local artisan produce, fashion, art, homewares, craft, health and a tonne of family friendly activities. Come engage with our passionate stallholders who will share their story with you. Live music from local talent adds to the atmosphere. A perfect place to relax on a Friday night!
Tasmanian Gourmet Seafoods catches and sources premium seafood in the wild, pristine waters off the Tasmanian coastline. They supply directly to the public, restaurants and retailers at wholesale prices. Buy online or visit their premises in Cambridge (near the Hobart Airport).
Water by Nature Tasmania ,Franklin River Rafting have run 5, 7 and 10 day wilderness whitewater rafting tours on the World Heritage listed Franklin River for more than 12 years. They prepare delicious and nutritious cuisine with the emphasis on fresh Tasmanian produce and herbs. Sea eagles, quolls and platypus are often encountered on these world class journeys.