Hobart Tasmania.

I dug through the archives to select some shots of my favorite city for this post (I may be biased). A diverse variety of images to show Hobart in it’s different moods, dating back a few years, taken on different cameras and phones in no particular order.
I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoy living here πŸ™‚

This is Hobart, my home.

Thanks for visiting, hopefully Tasmania will be open to the world again soon πŸ™‚
Stay safe and enjoy life!

27 thoughts on “Hobart Tasmania.

  1. Thank you for posting these photos of Hobart. I knew of Hobart for decades but had no way of imagining what it was like. In later years, I came to think of commercial dishwashers whenever Hobart was mentioned and that association does nothing for improving my opinion of what Hobart, the city, might look like. It’s a perfectly situated city in that bay. The views from your camera are spectacular.

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    1. Thank you, it has one of the deepest ports in the Southern Hemisphere. Most of these photos are a few years old and quite a few new buildings have been added in the last 3-4 years, though Council has set a height limit, so no fancy high-rises for us! Thank goodness πŸ˜€ I think the Hobart mixers and dishwashers have a pretty good reputation in the commercial cooking world.

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      1. Ha Ha, what would I know … “Hobart was founded in the USA and today is widely respected throughout the world as a leading manufacturer of commercial catering equipment.”
        I always thought there was another Hobart in Canada, but after just searching, it’s in Indiana (lesson learnt), founded over 80 years after Tasmania’s. Thanks for the prompt to look πŸ™‚

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