Getaway Guide: A Postcard from Hobart

Getaway Guide: A Postcard from Hobart

Explore the picturesque city of Hobart this long weekend with our newest getaway guide.

Tasmania's capital city is an adventure shaped by natural wonders, bustling streets enriched with history, and memorable food. With our Hobart getaway guide, we share with you our favourite spots in Hobart to 'eat, stay and enjoy'.





Elevated bar snacks with a modern twist are what trendy wine bar Sonny does best. This intimate eatery is a must for a quintessential Hobart experience. The atmosphere of Sonny is cool and cozy, with a collection of vinyl playing well into the evening.


Their range of over 50 artisinal wines is the star of the show, featuring local wines in addition to imports from Sicily, France, Austria and Croatia among others. Round out the evening with a selection of elevated bar snacks, our pick is the Tasmania Oysters with Onion Migonette or their house made pasta specials.



Just 15 mins from the CBD is this picturesque getaway spot. Provider House takes inspiration from Japanese design and native Australian bushland for a one-of-a-kind experience.

This tranquil retreat features spacious living areas, a fully equipped kitchen that feature Japanese books, artworks and antique furniture. The ryokan-inspired cedar bathtub is one of our favourite features, for a relaxing evening after a day of exploring.


For an artistic experience like no other, The Museum of Old and New Art is a must visit. MONA holds an astonishing collection of ancient, contemporary and classical art from all parts of the world.

Their world renowned collection is known to not take itself too seriously, creating an immersive experience for visitors to enjoy.

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