Taking a Two-Day Campervan Hire Holiday to this Tasmanian City

If you want to see the edgiest and the best arts festivals in the country, you might want to check out the Australia’s southernmost capital. With Hobart hosting Dark Mofo and Mona Foma, not to mention its fresh local product and impressive wine and cider making industry, taking a two-day campervan hire holiday to this Tasmanian city is definitely worth it.

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So, what can you see and do in Hobart in two days? Aside from taking part in the aforementioned arts festival, there are many things that can make your stay a very enjoyable experience. For starters, the city’s lively market and restaurant scene is to die for. Frank, in particular, is a newish restaurant on the waterfront, serving very good South American food. You might also want to check out Henry Jones Art Hotel for an after-dinner drink.

What Hobart lacks in its “after-midnight options,” it makes up for it breakfast choices. It’s not hard to find good breakfast in the city. Just hop on to your campervans and head for Salamanca market. Machine Laundry café and Smolt at Salamanca Place offers great coffee. But if you’re looking for a filling breakfast or brunch, Berta and Room for A Pony in North Hobart, and South Hobart’s Ginger Brown are your go-to places.

After a hearty brunch, a visit to Mona or the Museum of Old and New Art should be in order. You could spend a whole day at Mona, but two or three hours should give you enough time to see and explore the whole place. However, make sure to check out the Madonna room and the Sidney Nolan snake mural.

Now, it’s time for dinner, so what will you be having? Experts recommend Garagistes, which is like Tetsuya’s in Sydney, but hipper and more chilled out. You can also go to Franklin, where you can enjoy dishes you haven’t tried before.

For your second day itinerary, head over to the Farm Gate Market, which is held on Bathurst Street in Hobart CBD. Here, you can find the freshest and the best locally grown and raised produce Tasmania has to offer. Meanwhile, two days is a short time to explore Tasmania, but you can take a shortcut. After spending the morning wandering Farm Gate Market, you can sign up for a 30-minute seaplane ride that will give you a great view of Hobart from the air.

Indeed, Hobart offers new exciting places for those who have already explored mainland Australia’s every nook and cranny. So if you have the time, you should consider getting cheap campervan hire services and touring Australia’s southernmost capital.

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