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Making new friends is a big part of travelling, and with as many as 220,000 residents calling this part of South East Cape home, you're sure to have no shortage of opportunities.
If you are planning a holiday for the entire family, outings to Hobart Aquatic Centre and the Salmon Ponds Heritage Hatchery and Gardens will no doubt make you popular. If you're looking for even more excitement, the Royal Hobart Showground and the Sorell Fruit Farm are some other options.
Want to discover the wildest spot in town? Then call in at the Zoodoo Zoo, where you can admire some of the wonders of the incredible animal kingdom.
Do you and your pals enjoy a few drinks? Enquire about any upcoming tours and pick the brains of the experienced brewers at the Cascade Brewery.
If you love your wine, don’t miss the opportunity to delight your palate at the Lark Distillery and the Moorilla Estate. You can also stop and sample a glass of white or red at the Home Hill Winery and the Pooley Wines.
Start a big night out with some blackjack and glimmering lights at the Wrest Point Casino. It's just the place to get the good times flowing!
You don't have to be an avid gardener to enjoy the exquisite garden beds at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens and the Rosedown Gardens.
There's no need to venture deep into the forest to take in a bit of greenery. Mt. Wellington and Mount Nelson Lookout are just two of the inviting recreational spots you'll discover amid this concrete jungle. Also think about spending a bit of time roaming the grounds of Franklin Square and Organ Pipes.
If you need some respite from sightseeing, relax by the water's edge and bask in the picturesque surroundings at Picton River.
Few things are as relaxing as a relaxing stroll along the shoreline and picking up shiny seashells. Long Beach is the place to head if you need a little seaside therapy.
Do you want to get closer to nature? Recharge and reconnect at Peter Murrell Nature Reserve and Myrtle Forest. Inverawe Native Gardens is another inspiration-filled place to spend a relaxing afternoon.
Make your way to the Museum of Old and New Art or the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery if the weather's no good. Study the captivating exhibits or just relax in the peaceful surroundings. The Maritime Museum of Tasmania and the 146 ArtSpace are also top choices for museum nerds.
You don't need to be a turtle-necked art critic to take pleasure in the striking, eye-opening and sometimes startling pieces which hang on the walls of the Lady Franklin Gallery.
Love your history? Don't just read about the past, explore it in real life at the Cascades Female Factory Historic Site. The Narryna Heritage Museum and the Huon Apple and Heritage Museum are also passionate about chronicling the story of the area's rich and unique heritage.
To properly get a sense of the background of Hobart, take a moment to visit the University of Tasmania and Government House. Why not try Port Arthur Historic Site and Taroona Shot Tower?
Make sure to take a few minutes to explore Richmond Bridge. This treasured crossing has spanned the waters for years and years, adding a little old world ambience to Hobart.
Customers interested in exploring the religious heritage of the area shouldn't miss St. David's Cathedral and the Hobart Synagogue. If you want to discover even more, continue on to St. George's Anglican Church and St. Joseph's Catholic Church.
When you're on the road, it's sometimes the less celebrated destinations that'll replay in your memories once you get home. Two cases in point here are Salamanca Place and the State Library of Tasmania. Two more places to put on your radar are Tasman Bridge and the Allport Library and Museum of Fine Arts.