Tasmania’s capital city is based around the port on the River Derwent and offers a unique blend of contemporary living with heritage and wilderness experiences right on your doorstep.
nipaluna/ Hobart provides students with endless study opportunities delivered by world-class educators. Being an affordable Australian student city, Hobart has become a key study destination.
Boasting of a buzzing cultural scene, Hobart’s waterfront precinct Salamanca is always alive with top restaurants, pubs, shopping, and the famous weekly Salamanca Markets. A short commute from the Central Business District (CBD) are smaller suburbs such as North Hobart, South Hobart and Sandy Bay and Battery Point, each with their own unique blend of coffee shops, artisan eateries and boutique stores – uniquely Hobart and often with a multicultural influence.
Towering above Hobart is kunanyi/Mount Wellington, surrounded by pristine bushland perfect for mountain biking, bushwalking and taking in the breathtaking view of the city below. A short drive in most directions from the CBD, you will be experiencing the unique Tasmanian wilderness, allowing you to visit parks, beaches and walking trails with ease.
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