Time Out's guide to Hobart
Tasmania’s capital city has shaken off its slow and sleepy reputation in the last few years to emerge as a top destination for cultural tourists
Craft beer trail
Go to a gig
To market, to market
Friday evening in Hobart sees people flocking to food vans and local makers at the hugely popular Twilight Market, which operates at two locations: Long Beach in Sandy Bay and Macquarie Point in the centre of the city. Start with regular stallholders Spotty Dog Brewers who will set you up with a cold beer and an excellent pulled pork slider. On Saturday you can browse the stalls at Salamanca Market and find anything from second-hand books to locally produced honey, then on Sunday there’s the opportunity to shop for fresh, local produce at the Farm Gate market. If you’ve had a big Saturday night then make sure you find the Masaaki’s Sushi stall where the fresh ground wasabi will certainly clear your head.