Hobart's waterfront area, including Constitution Dock and Salamanca Place, is easily the most tranquil and beautiful I've seen anywhere. The fact that the heart of the city is right at the water's edge is really surprising: you can throw a rock from ... 

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RobC New Zealand

October 2010

There's always someone coming or going; for boaties, the Derwent River is heaven, with it's deep harbour and tranquil waters., RobC - October 2010

Outside my window

There's always someone coming or going; for boaties, the Derwent River is heaven, with it's deep harbour and tranquil waters.

RobC New Zealand

October 2010

There always seems to be a few tall ships docked in Hobart. Many were built here in the 18th and 19th centuries. We stayed in the hotel you see here; it's a converted warehouse., RobC - October 2010

Tall ships in Hobart

There always seems to be a few tall ships docked in Hobart. Many were built here in the 18th and 19th centuries. We stayed in the hotel you see here; it's a converted warehouse.

RobC New Zealand

October 2010

Fishing boats are everywhere, and the fishermen drink at the same pubs as the downtown workers, right there in the middle!, RobC - October 2010

Working port, downtown

Fishing boats are everywhere, and the fishermen drink at the same pubs as the downtown workers, right there in the middle!

RobC New Zealand

October 2010

The mountain in the background; there's no snow, this was taken in December!, RobC - October 2010

Hobart's Mt. Wellington from the City

The mountain in the background; there's no snow, this was taken in December!

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