RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel
RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel
Located in the heart of Hobart's cultural city centre, RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel is just a leisurely stroll away from many of Hobart’s iconic areas. Constitution Dock, the shopping precinct and the well renowned Salamanca Markets are all ideal places to spend a day with family or friends. With 125 large Deluxe rooms RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel has all your needs covered no matter what type of accommodation experience you are looking. For those visiting on business or for celebrations there are numerous conference and wedding facilities which will exceed all expectations.Full hotel details
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RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel
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Battery Point: Battery Point is a suburb of the city of Hobart. It is immediately south of the Central business district. It is in the local government area of City of Hobart. The area is generally known as one of the city's more prestigious suburbs, with many large and extravagant homes and apartment blocks. It adjoins the waterfront Salamanca area as well as the nearby prestigious suburb of Sandy Bay.
River Derwent: The Derwent is a river in Tasmania, Australia. It was named after the River Derwent, Cumbria by British Commodore John Hayes who explored it in 1793. The name is Brythonic Celtic for "valley thick with oaks". John Hays placed the name "Derwent River" only in the upper part of the river. Matthew Flinders placed the name on the entire river.
Long Beach : Long Beach, in the coastal Sandy Bay district is full of things to see and do. With stunning views of the city, calm water, golden sand and nearby shops - Long Beach is a favourite for all. Attractions include sunbathing swimming, snorkelling and sailing. For a bite to eat, head to Sandown Park, where Prossers on the beach is an award-winning seafood restaurant, boasting fine dining with stunning coastal views.
Seven Mile Beach: This coastal reserve is a short drive east of Hobart. The Beach is 20 minutes (18 kilometres/11 miles) from the city, close to the airport and offers a couple of delightful walk options.
Margate Beach - Take the scenic drive along the Channel Highway to reach Margate Beach’s scenic sandy expanse. Situated in the southern suburb of Margate and just past Blackmans Bay, the beachfront is close to many attractions, including shops, cafés, walking trails, seating areas and the nearby Dru Point Bicentennial Park.
Carlton Beach - Carlton Beach can be found on the eastern coast and is a scenic location, with clean sand and stunning views. This is the place to come for a quiet sunbathing, regular surfing, scenic walking trails and good general amenities
Wrapping along the western bank of the River Derwent and its estuary and running back into the city-fringe bushland of Mount Wellington’s foothills, the natural environments that surround Hobart are close by and easily accessible. View wildlife whilst trekking through deserted beaches, large parks all whilst enjoying wonderful views.
- Bicentennial Park and Lambert Park Walk
- Historic Battery Point Walk
- Sandy Beach Foreshore Walk
There are many markets to visit around the Hobart region with some of the highlights in the area listed below. Contact Reception for more detailed directions and to confirm that the markets are running as the schedules can change.
Salamanca Market: Visit Salamanca market for more than 300 stalls for the food and music, fresh fruit, crisp organic vegetables, hot baked spuds, the warm aroma of a coffee and croissant, buskers singing the blues, stroking a harp or strumming a lively folk song.
Tas Farm Gate Market: Make your way through a collection of prime Tasmanian fresh, seasonal and local produce and artisan products. Tasmania’s tastiest and most creative foodstuffs take centre stage at this gala performance.
Southern Fish Markets: Fresh & Frozen Seafood Oysters, Prawns, Scallops, Blue Eyed Trevalla, Fresh and Smoked Salmon and lots more!
Galleries and Museums
There are a number of fine art galleries and museums to enjoy. Below are some of the highlights to visit in the area.
- Contemporary Art Spaces Tasmania
- Maritime Museum of Tasmania
- Penitentiary Chapel Historic Site
- Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery
- Mona Gallery
There are many beautiful golf courses in the surrounding areas of Hobart. Whether you are a regular player or a casual one, there will be a course to suit your ability:
- Claremont Golf Club
- Forcett Lakes Golf Course
- Huon Heights Public Golf Course
Wineries and Breweries
Hobart has a good wine industry, with many well established wineries just outside of Hobart. Tasmania's cool growing climate lends very well to production of the lighter varieties, such as Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, and pinot noir. The primary wine growing region around Hobart is known as Coal River Valley and encompasses the towns of Cambridge and Richmond:
- Lark Distillery (located 1km from the hotel)
- Cascade Brewery (located 5km from the hotel)
- Moorilla Winery (located 12km from the hotel)
- Bishops Vineyard (located 19km from the hotel)
- Pressing Matters Vineyard (located 32km from the hotel)
- Mt Wellington
- Shot Tower
- Mount Field National Park
- Port Arthur
Regional & Local Events/Attractions
- Falls Music & Art Festival - 29 December – 1 January
- Cygnet Folk Festival - Annual 3 day event in January
- Royal Hobart Regatta - Held annually in February
- Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race - Yachts will arrive in Hobart from 26 December Onwards
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