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The weather in Hobart
Check out our weather forecast graph to find the perfect month for your holidays. In January maximum temperatures go higher than 23°. Conversely, July is the coolest month in Hobart, with temperatures going under 4°. Bring your umbrella in May, the rainiest month of the year!
Join the festival with Hobart holiday cottages
Holiday homes in Tasmania's capital, position you perfectly for unique festivals, maritime history and contemporary art in the midst of dramatic scenery. Relax on the beach of Hobart or hike Mount Wellington, it's up to you.
Contemporary art and colonial architecture
MONA is an incredible development atop the Derwent River. With three underground floors, the vast museum is home to ancient antiquities and contemporary artworks alike. Stop in at 1950s winery Moorilla for a Moo brew. If you can, catch MONA FOMA arts and music festival in January.
Salamanca Place's sandstone warehouses are a superlative example of Australia's colonial architecture. With their origins in the whaling era of the 1830s, they are a reminder of a time when Salamanca was the centre of Hobart's sea trade. They now host the town's bustling Saturday morning market.
Mountain hikes and maritime history
Why not hike Mount Wellington? Its basalt summit is swirled in clouds and sacred to the Aboriginal people. Mountain bike down its slopes to the waterfront, or take your time along its hiking trails with their sublime views.
Battery Point is a historic maritime village well worth exploring. Adorable 19th century cottages are huddled together like penguins in the cold. Wander up Kelly's steps and pop into Arthur Circus before relaxing at the cafes in Hampden Road.
The summer festival circuit in Hobart is a thrill. The city comes alive with musicians, foodies and yachting types at the Taste of Tasmanian. Local produce is the focus of this celebration of all things farm to table related. Expect live performances, cookery demonstrations and lots and lots of great grub.
The Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race, meanwhile, is the world's most challenging open ocean race. The ships come in just in time for a rocking New Year's Eve party. Dark MOFO Festival is all about Gothic music, food stalls, beach bonfires and general revelry.
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