When you next visit Tasmania’s capital city, Hobart, there are a number of activities which you can enjoy without spending a cent!
Royal Tasmanian Botanic Gardens
Dating back to 1818, these gardens are the second oldest in Australia. Located in the Queens Domain, visitors will find unusual plants and even a Subantarctic Plant House. Perfect for strolling around or picnicking.
Held between 8.30am and 3pm every Saturday in the streets of Salamanca Place. Listen to the music of the buskers or enjoy a spot of browsing or shopping.
Enjoy the views of the Derwent River as you walk the path across the Tasman Bridge.
Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
Free entry seven days a week, featuring a glimpse of Tasmania’s “natural and cultural heritage”.
Picturesque views of Hobart city and the Derwent River from the summit. If you enjoy hiking there are many bush walking trails nearby.
Clifton Beach, Long Beach, Seven Mile Beach or Short Beach are perfect spots to lounge around during the summer months.
Bellerive Beach Park
Cook a barbeque or take a walk from Bellerive to Howrah Beach along the Clarence Foreshore Trail.
Reposted from YOURLifeChoices – 3 September 2014