Hobart & Beyond. Southern Tasmania 3 nights short break. Includes: From $369 per person twin share

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Hobart & Beyond

Photo: Tourism Tasmania & Australian Wooden Boat Festival Inc.

Southern Tasmania – 3 nights short break

Includes: •

3 nights accommodation with 4 star Innkeepers Hotels



Entry for 2 persons to MONA



Peppermint Bay Cruise for 2 adults

From $369 per person twin share

Cost $399 per person twin share valid for travel 01 February 2015 – 30 April 2015

Combine the arts, culture and stunning waterways of the recently voted 2nd friendliest city in the world as awarded by readers of Conde Nast Traveller.

Cost $369 per person twin share valid for travel 01 May 2015 – 31 August 2015

We think we’re the friendliest but hey....you be the judge!

Cost $409 per person twin share valid for travel 25 December 2015 – 31 March 2016

This great short break includes a must do visit to MONA (the Museum of Old and New Art in Hobart) – and a magnificent cruise to the award winning Peppermint Bay, leaving plenty of time to take in the Salamanca Market (Saturdays only) and waterfront art and craft galleries.

Cost $399 per person twin share valid for travel 21 September 2015 – 24 December 2015

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Day 1: Hobart •

Morning arrival into Hobart



Visit MONA and experience their latest exhibition

• Lunch at MONA, sample the boutique brewery Moo Brew and sample Moorilla’s premium wines at their cellar door



In the afternoon return to the city and waterfront and check out your dining options for tonight



Overnight: Innkeepers Hotels in Hobart

Local Tip: Take the MONA ROMA Ferry from waterfront or for a novel way to arrive consider a stunning seaplane trip over the city and land in style at MONA. Opinions vary about MONA – some are shocked, others simply amazed at one person’s incredible art collection from around the world and perhaps above all the awesome museum, boutique brewery, winery and fantastic cuisine offered in the “Source Restaurant”– a complex to be enjoyed, and certainly not rushed.

Photo: Tourism Tasmania & Scott Leggo

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Day 2: Peppermint Bay Cruise • An early start should allow a visit to the top of Mount Wellington before returning to the waterfront by 10:30 for an 11am departure down the Derwent Estuary aboard the luxury 23 metre “Peppermint Bay II”. Enjoy a stunning 3 course luncheon at Peppermint Bay before returning to city by 4pm



Enjoy an ale or crisp Tassie white at any of the nearby waterfront hotels



Overnight: Innkeepers Hotels in Hobart

Local Tip 1: Meet the locals at Customs House Hotel opposite the ferry terminal, or sip the increasingly famous Lark Whisky at their distillery only a short walk away. Another local and well known “watering hole” is Shipwrights Arms in historic Battery Point – no visit to Hobart is complete until you’ve enjoyed a drink at “Shippies”. Lots of restaurant options in this area too! Local Tip 2: If you’re looking for the best in fresh local produce visit Elizabeth Street Food and Wine in North Hobart – the absolute best in everything Tassie – food, beer, wine – all right there!

Photo: Tourism Tasmania & Joe Shemesh

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Day 3: Historic Richmond and Wineries • Leaving Hobart a 25 minute drive to the historic village of Richmond, Walk across Australia’s oldest convict built bridge then return through the Coal River Valley for lunch at any of the local wineries



In the afternoon check out the local dining options along the waterfront before returning to your Innkeepers Hotel for last night

Local Tip: In summer visit Sorell Fruit Farm on your way to Richmond and pick your own fresh berries and local fruit. After Richmond maybe lunch at Frogmore Creek Winery – great Sav Blanc!

Photo: Tourism Tasmania & Nick Oborne

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Day 4: Depart Hobart •

If departing in the afternoon this will allow time to travel north of the city to Brighton where you can visit Bonorong Wildlife Park before journeying to the nearby Derwent Valley and the township of New Norfolk. Visit the Salmon Ponds and/or Redlands Whisky Distillery located at Plenty



No matter what time you’re leaving to return home make your last stop at Barilla Bay Oyster Farm – located at the northern end of Hobart Airport on the Tasman Highway – they have a range of travel ready packs available for you to carry home – if you can wait!

See you next time!

Photo: Tourism Tasmania & Tom Keating

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