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Where to pick up your car
The most popular car hire location is Hobart Airport (HBA), which is just over 20 mins' drive from the centre (about 20km).
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The most popular car rental brands in Hobart are East Coast Rentals, Bargain, Hertz, Europcar and Thrifty.
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Warmest month: January (18°C)
Coldest month: July (8°C)
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Hire a car in Hobart
The once forgotten capital of Tasmania, Hobart is now on track to becoming a symbolic Australian city.
The country’s second oldest city might be small but its surroundings will tempt you into staying longer than intended. Situated at the base of Mount Wellington with the Derwent River in the foreground, Hobart is a vibrant harbour town. Its speckling of colonial architecture and avant-garde art gallery stands apart from the stereotypical image of the dry Aussi landscape.
Channel Hobart’s relaxed pace of life as you hit that road. Drive across the Tasman Bridge for new views of the city or steer your wheels down the coast before hopping on a ferry to Bruny Island, where you can indulge in specially sourced (and delicious) food.
Sights to see
The word Tasmania conjures up images of a strange, mysterious wilderness, but Hobart, Australia’s southernmost capital city, is in fact a pleasant and friendly harbour town. Excellent museums and galleries, and a lively, if small scale nightlife, makes this a wonderful place to spend a few days. easyCar provides rental facilities in Hobart and at airport and city locations across Australia.
Things to do Hobart
From the beautiful Georgian architecture to the heady pleasures of touring the Cascade Brewery, Hobart offers plenty of attractions for the visitor. The historic centre of Hobart is Battery Point, a fascinating place to wander and discover cafes, shops and restaurants. The area is filled with free museums, old barracks, Georgian houses and Arthur’s Circus – a group of beautiful little cottages surrounding a quaint village green. Other attractions include Salamanca Place, a row of old colonial warehouses that have been refurbished to contain funky bars, restaurants, galleries and a series of shops for all sorts of souvenirs and treats. For more cultural pursuits the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery is an engaging series of exhibitions featuring art and artefacts from the region’s colonial past. It also houses Hobart’s oldest building, the Commissariat Store build in 1808.
Hobart: Discover more
Hobart is a relatively small city, but renting a car makes it easy for you to get around and gives you the freedom to explore the surrounding countryside. The Tasmanian landscape is diverse and often dramatic, with rich forests and rugged coastlines.