Hobart from on board a boat in Sullivans Cove, taken by famous local photographer 'Beattie', in 1900

Hobart from on board a boat in Sullivans Cove, taken by famous local photographer 'Beattie', in 1900

Map of Hobart Town circa 1850 showing Hunters Street and Hunters Wharf beginning to expand as Hobart's merchants become more affluent and the warehouses increase

Map of Hobart Town circa 1850 showing Hunters Street and Hunters Wharf beginning to expand as Hobart's merchants become more affluent and the warehouses increase

Watercolour of Hobart Town by Louise Auguste de Sainson, which was reproduced as a lithograph.

Watercolour of Hobart Town by Louise Auguste de Sainson, which was reproduced as a lithograph.

The Old Wharf in Hobart Town. Painting by Samuel Prout Hill (c.1850)

The Old Wharf in Hobart Town. Painting by Samuel Prout Hill (c.1850)


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Watercolour of Hobart Town by Louise Auguste de Sainson, which was reproduced as a lithograph.

Watercolour of Hobart Town by Louise Auguste de Sainson, which was reproduced as a lithograph.

Our top 10 things to do in Hobart, Tasmania with kids http://www.wheressharon.com/australian-travels/things-to-do-in-tasmania/things-to-do-in-hobart-with-kids/ #familytravel #Tasmania #Hobart

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Salamanca Place and Battery Point, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Salamanca Place and Battery Point, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

11 Towns in Tasmania You Must Set Foot in!

11 Towns in Tasmania You MUST Set Foot In

Tasmania is full of hidden laneways and unexpected discoverys.  Rachel Haugh captured this shot of Woobys Lane off Salamanca Square in Hobart

Tasmania is full of hidden laneways and unexpected discoverys. Rachel Haugh captured this shot of Woobys Lane off Salamanca Square in Hobart

Australian iconic pic of first convict pardoned in Tasmania's home in the bush at Dilston Circa 1899. Grandma used to visit him when she was a child.

Australian iconic pic of first convict pardoned in Tasmania's home in the bush at Dilston Circa 1899. Grandma used to visit him when she was a child.

Penitentiary Chapel - Prisoner Barracks in Hobart. Article and photo by Mike Fry for Think Tasmania.

Penitentiary Chapel - Prisoner Barracks in Hobart. Article and photo by Mike Fry for Think Tasmania.

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