Not too much exciting stuff to see up here besides the historical houses but is very close to salamanca market so worth a look.
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A lovely historic area to wander through. The houses vary from grand to humble weatherboard workers cottages. Pretty much without exception there were roses blooming in every garden, also lavender. The nineteenth century sandstone St George's church stands watch over all. The church was closed...More
Well of course in any trip to Hobart you should take a walk up here. See the cute and famous circle of houses at Arthur’s Circus. Grab a Coffee or lunch at the delightful bakery/ Coffee shop. Great service and great food. The pizza shop...More
Do go up to Battery point while you are in Hobart - walk thru Salamanca and do a loop up the hill from Salamanca, along Hampden Road, make sure you see Arthur’s Circus and grab a coffee at Jackman and McCross or one of the...More
If possible a walk around the streets of Battery point is fantastic. The views are great. Many of the original houses have been restored beautifully. The new architecturally designed homes are great as well.
Wow, some wonderful old houses and just the whole area is steeped in history. Stopped for a lovely coffee in the wee shopping area.
Experience the beautiful top of mountain views of Hobart. Enjoy walking past the lovely house with rose gardens in the front of the house. While you are here, make sure you go to sample some delicious food from Jackson and Mcross bakery!!
If you stop and ponder in the back streets of Battery Point you can almost feel the history oozing from the little cottages and houses that inhabit this precinct. Do some reading if you are into history as it will add to your sense of...More