MONA Museum is home to a collection worth over $100 million, all of which belongs to David Walsh, making it Australia’s largest private museum. Two years past the original opening date, the cost of the building has reportedly risen from $55 million to $75 million, but the enthusiasm of Walsh.

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Tasmania's premiere attraction is the Port Arthur historic site which is a ninety minute drive south of Hobart. The drive takes you on a scenic journey which forms part of the convict trail touring route. Mu Marana provides a ferry service from Hobart to Port Arthur including a full range of services such as food, beverages and air conditioning. Bookings essential phone 1300 134 561.

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Twenty minutes from Blackmans Bay beach, ten minutes walk from Oakley Place townhouse, and ten minutes drive from Forest Gate cottage.

Salamanca Place is one of the most picturesque places in Hobart. It is one event that you should not miss if you are in Hobart on a Saturday. The market is held every Saturday regardless of weather and features hundreds of stalls selling craft, food, clothing, odds & ends, and Tassie's famous local produce. There is plenty of entertainment with street performers and musicians providing friendly atmosphere.

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Tasmania is one of the few places to provide a spectacular tree-top walk. Visitors traverse the high-wire suspended up to 45 metres in the air on steel towers barely visible from the ground. The airwalk is ninety minutes drive south from Hobart and is part of the popular Huon Trail. Blackmans Bay Apartments are best situated to visit this attraction.

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Entry is free and the gardens are home to over 6,000 exotic and native plant species, including the largest public conifer collection in the southern hemisphere. The gardens are located on the Queens Domain on the banks of the Derwent River. Recently it was determined that the Gardens are the epicentre of Hobart City.

Only five minutes from either Forest Gate Cottage or Oakley Place Townhouse.

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A tour of the Cadbury chocolate factory is a rewarding experience. You will get to see thousands of delicious chocolates being made and enjoy free samples. The factory is located in Claremont, fifteen minutes from Hobart City.

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An easy way to see all of Tasmania's major attractions with a single pass. It is the perfect smart travel companion for travel alone, with friends, or family. With free entry to over 50 attractions, customise your itinerary before leaving home.

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