The Brunswick Hotel is the ideal place to base yourself when exploring Hobart and surrounds. There is so much to see and do, here are just a few suggestions…

Salamanca Place is famous for its historic Georgian warehouses, dating back to the 1830s. Many of these warehouses have been converted into galleries, theatres, cafes, craft shops and restaurants.

Salamanca Market The market highlights the creative skills of the local craftspeople in a atmosphere that is inspiring, innovative and entertaining. Held every Saturday from 8.30am – 3pm.

Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens see the unique flora, Subantarctic Plant House, Conservatory, Japanese Garden and Botanical Discovery Centre.

Cascade Brewery is a fully operational brewery offering guided tours.

Tasmanian Distillery and Museum located in the Old Hobart Gasworks building offers tours and opportunity to buy spirits at distillery door prices.

Penitentiary Chapel Historic Site with its Georgian architecture offers day and evening tours of the underground passages, solitary cells and execution yard.

Glenorchy Sunday Market is Tasmania’s biggest undercover market with new and second hand stalls.

Australian Wooden Boat Festival is an annual 3 day event on Hobart’s historic waterfront in early February.

Cadbury’s Chocolate Factory – located 15 minutes outside Hobart. Open Monday to Friday.