2 On 2 provides self contained holiday accommodation just ten minute walk from Hobart CBD. The modernised Federation 3 bedroom house mixes classic charm with modern interior. Off street parking provides security and the stunning formal garden is an oasis of tranquility. Make Hobart the first or last stop of your Huon Valley and Bruny Island Escape.
Phone: 1800 770 224 Email: email@example.com
Modern, self contained - one or two bedroom
Just a five minute stroll from Hobart’s CBD, 2 On 2 provides two beautiful accommodation options; both fully self-contained, immaculately presented and each with an emphasis on modern living, comfort and originality. Offering the perfect combination of indulgent self-catering and as-you-like hotel style service, 2 On 2 offers premium boutique accommodation options perfectly suited to your next Hobart holiday or business trip.
Our apartments are fully self contained. They are equipped with the creature comforts including TV, CD, DVD and goldfish - not forgetting a well stocked bar. A complimentary breakfast hamper including a selection of breakfast supplies is provided upon arrival. WiFi is also available.
The Big One: Couples or group accommodation, Hobart
Modern apartment accommodation in Hobart meets the luxury of a boutique hotel.
Set in a converted Victorian townhouse in Hobart, Tasmania, The Big One’s lovingly restored facade opens to reveal an ultra-contemporary interior that blends intelligent innovation with original modern design.
The architecturally designed space has been brought to life by the spectacular use of modern fittings, local materials and the latest technologies making it the ultimate reward for those with a unique appreciation of style, sophistication and luxury. Air conditioned and gas heated means all weather is catered for.
Featuring a chic palette of black, red and white, The Big One boasts an abundance of art, flat screen TV’s in every room, lashings of mirrors and incredible conversational pieces at every turn.
Eating and Drinking: A hamper is provided on arrival and the kitchen is fully equipped with dishwasher, fridge, microwave, oven, toaster and kettle. Crockery, condiments, coffee, teas, milk, and other breakfast basics are also provided as is a fully stocked bar. No cooked meals are provided, but there are many excellent restaurants and hotels in the Hobart city centre, just a five minute stroll away.
Entertainment: Large flat screen TV’s abound, iPod friendly technology and other creature comforts including CD, DVD and a family of goldfish. WIFI is available on request.
Provided: Bed linen, towels and dispenser toiletries.
Ideal for: Romantic getaways, friendly retreats, family gatherings and corporate occasions.
Sleeps up to seven people. Children are always welcome. Cots are available on request as is daily housekeeping ($50 extra per day). No smoking inside the property.
Parking: Off Street parking for guests.
The Little One. Couples accommodation Hobart
The Little One may be small of name, but when it comes to modern chic and authentic charm, it’s far from lacking. Original and stylish, The Little One features a smart modern design, generously sized living areas and a striking view over the ‘as-seen-on-TV’ garden maze.
The Little One has a comfortable lived in feeling that creates a beautiful relaxed ambiance while never compromising quality and comfort.
Every detail is well thought out, from the abundance of flat screens and integrated audio through to one-switch lighting scheme adjustments, The Little one really is a beautifully smart space. The sun-filled living area boasts a striking prismatic skylight that sends delicate shards of light dancing throughout the interior while savvy technologies, contemporary colours (aubergine, burnt orange and stained wood) and urban taste (there’s local art a-plenty) all add gusto to this sophisticated apartment.
The kitchen, an homage to modern convenience, features stainless steel appliances, plenty of bench space and comes equipped with everything you might need to cook up a storm. Or for the less activity inclined, relax on the comfortable couches or take in the fresh Tasmanian air from the private deck.
The little one’s cute bathroom is a slick slice of design while the bedroom offers lashings of comfort with a queen sized bed and Egyptian cotton linen.
Entertainment: Large flat screen TV’s abound, iPod friendly technology and other creature comforts including CD, DVD and a family of goldfish. WIFI is available on request. Bed linen, towels, bath robes and dispenser toiletries are provided.
Ideal for romantic getaways, friendly retreats, family gatherings and corporate occasions. Sleeps up to two people. Cots available on request.
Tasmanian Devils and Accommodation Package
Corinda is situated about half a kilometre from the old Campbell Street court and gaol. The land was originally part of a convict-run vegetable garden, and the garden wall dates from this period. A cottage was built on the site in the 1850’, which became the servants’ quarters of the main building when it was built in 1880.
The larger parterre is enclosed by pleached Linden trees. The flower beds have been colour co-ordinated to create harmony and tranquility in the garden, with English Box Topiary featuring native animals creating a uniquely Australian touch.
Alfred Crisp, the builder, was a wealthy timber merchant and son of a convict. He later became Lord Mayor of Hobart. After Alfred died, his daughter lived on in the house until about 1930. The property then became a boarding house before reverting to a private residence in 1980.
The cottages have been meticulously and tastefully restored and are furnished with an interesting collection of antiques. Close attention to the historical detailing of both the buildings and surrounding formal gardens will delight those travellers interested in Tasmania’s heritage.
The current owners, Matthew Ryan and Wilmar Bouman, have restored the property and its gardens and have converted the historic outbuildings into self-contained cottages. They owners won a National Trust Preservation award for the restoration of Corinda in 1995.
Hobart's guardian peak, Wellington Park sweeps up from the city's suburban fringe to the Pinnacle. With a sealed road to the summit, and an extensive network of walking tracks and fire trails, there's a range of activities for every visitor - bush walking, mountain bike riding, cross country skiing, orienteering, picnics, barbecues and sightseeing from the many spectacular vantage points.
Clear, fresh mountain water from the North West Bay River catchment on the south-east face of Mt Wellington provides a quarter of Hobart's drinking water supply, and the original Mountain Park was first set aside to protect this precious resource.
Though close to the sea, this is a 1270m alpine peak, with the chance of extreme weather conditions at any time of the year. Choose a bright, clear day for the best views - from the summit, you can follow the sweep of the Derwent through the city to the sea, and gaze over towards World Heritage Area wilderness....
Meet a Tasmanian Devil
Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary is not a zoo. We are a sanctuary for injured and orphaned wildlife and is Tasmania's most popular wildlife park, giving you an up-close and personal experience. All our animals are here for a reason and a significant majority of our funding comes from our generous guests that visit the park. We need you to visit us to continue our work. It is as much about you as it is our valuable critters.
Briggs Road, Brighton
Ph: (03) 6268 1184
40 km north from Hobart
Main feature: Wildlife
To contact Bonorong direct, phone 1234 5678 or to book as part of an itinerary, phone HVE on 1800 770 224
or use the button below.
Fascinating, sometimes confronting MONA
Museum of Old and New Art - MONA opened in Hobart in January 2011. It houses a collection that ranges from ancient Egyptian mummies to some of the world’s most infamous and thought-provoking contemporary art. The building’s subterranean design and the owner’s unconventional and challenging curatorial approach make it a must-see for any visitor to Australia.
MONA takes a different approach to interpretation: there are no labels or wall texts. Instead, visitors are given a touch-screen device, which is sensitive to their location in the museum – showing them works in their proximity. Called the ‘O’, it allows visitors to select the level of information they ...
Read the full review on discovertasmania.com.au
or go to the Mona website
Hobart is the state capital and most populous city of the Australian island state of Tasmania. The city has a greater area population of about 220,000. Located in the state's south-east on the estuary of the Derwent River, the skyline is dominated by Mount Wellington at 1,271 metres high.
Hobart has a mild temperate oceanic climate. The highest temperature recorded was 40.8 °C and the lowest was −2.8 °C. During the summer it has the most hours of daylight of any Australian city, with 15.2 hours on the summer solstice.
Hobart supports a huge tourist industry. Visitors come to the city to explore its historic inner suburbs and nationally acclaimed restaurants and cafes, as well as its vibrant music and nightlife culture. Tourists also come to visit the massive weekly market in Salamanca Place, as well as to use the city as a base from which to explore the rest of Tasmania.
The busy seaport, notably serves as the home port for various Antarctic activities including Australian and French Antarctic expeditions and the Sea Shepherd marine conservation society. The city is also a hub for Cruise ships during the summer months with up to 40 Cruise ships docking during the course of the season.
Hobart was the birthplace of The Greens political party and the Wilderness Society.
The city supports many industries, including breweries such as Cascade manufactures many different beers exported nationally with its premium and boutique beers being found in Europe, as well as smaller breweries around the city. One notable business in the city is the Cadbury chocolate factory which makes most of the Cadbury's chocolate for the Southern Hemisphere.
Paragliding from Mount Wellington to a South Hobart park.
Traveling to and from Hobart
Hobart airport is serviced by several airlines including these.
Spirit of Tasmania arrives in Devonport.
It is about 3-4 hours drive south to Hobart.
Bus from Hobart to Huon Valley
to Huonville 6 daily,
Dover 2 daily, www.tassielink.com.au
0408 125 130
24 hours, 7 days
0407 055 761
Bargain Car Rentals
We have chosen to work closely with Bargain car Rentals because of their okay to drive on gravel roads policy.
Bargain Car Rentals allows all of its vehicles to go on unsealed roads, giving full access to Tasmania’s National Parks and Forestry tourist attractions like Tahune Air Walk. Furthermore, you are free to travel to beautiful Bruny Island on the ferry.
Overdrive Luxury Car Hire
At Overdrive, we have the largest range of exotic, luxury and prestige cars available in Tasmania.
MONA Roma Ferry from Hobart
30 minutes from the Hobart city, Brooke Street ferry terminal direct to Mona $15 return per person.
Bookings 03 6223 6064 or book online please contact MONA Ferry for more information.
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