Local Attractions

MONA Museum of Old and New Art

The second most visited tourism attraction in Tasmania, you can admire MONA  from our waterfront. Located just a minute away from the Riverfront, it’s a must see for many of our guests!

Mt Wellington / kunanyi

The view from the summit on a clear day is fantastic! Less than a half-hour drive from the City, Mt Wellington / kunanyi offers superb wilderness walking tracks and sightseeing opportunities.

Salamanca & The Salamanca Market

Salamanca is a popular spot with the locals with its bustling restaurant and bar scene and there’s some great local product and souvenir shops. The Salamanca Market is also held every Saturday, showcasing Tasmania’s biggest selection of locally made products.

Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens

A popular attraction for visitors of Tasmania, the Botanical Gardens are an easy 10 minute drive from the Riverfront.

Hobart Docks

Check out the fishing boats, wander the piers and tuck in to some fresh fish & chips.

Battery Point

This historic part of Hobart has some fascinating history.

The Derwent River

Take a cruise of the harbour or venture up/down river to many places of interest. Most cruises depart from Brooke St Pier.