Tasmania may have been the lonely island at the edge of Australia, but now with the opening of the provocative MONA gallery and the increase in gourmet dining destinations, the mainland is finally making the pilgrimage to the Apple Isle. Travellers will have the main spots covered, but Hide & Seek Hobart is sure to introduce you to a whole swag of hidden places in the city centre and surrounds.
This funky and compact guide features 30 unique and intriguing places under four categories. There's everything from an underground tour of Hobart's waterways, to a cafe serving coffee, tea and … Japanese nori-shaped triangles. And none of these places will burn a hole in your wallet.
Written and photographed by locals Dale Campisi and Michael Brady, each of the 30 selected places is featured over a double-page spread with a review, images and a handy locator map.
- Publication Date:
- 03 / 09 / 2012
- 140 x 142mm