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Hobart Historic Pub Tour

An inexpensive way to see some of Hobart's oldest and most historical pubs. The tour moves through the city, as guides relate fascinating stories of intrigue and controversy.

Corner Davey and Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000

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The Shipwright's Arms Hotel

An old tavern, first opened in 1842 for sailors, but now welcomes all visitors. The open courtyard and log fires makes the tavern comfortable in any season, and the nautical...

29 Trumpeter St, Battery Point, TAS 7004

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Republic Bar and Cafe

A bohemian bar that often features live music, poetry readings. The kitchen makes some great seafood plates, and the lebanese cuisine is hot and cheap. Includes log fires!

299 Elizabeth Street, North Hobart, TAS 7000

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Irish Murphy's

An Irish pub that goes all the way, with a hefty selection of Irish draught, a Saturday night roast and the famous Guinness pie. Live music and sporting events make...

21 Salamanca Place, Hobart, TAS 7000

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Hope and Anchor

Established in 1807, this is Australia's oldest pub, a tavern for sailors and whalers. Keeping with the tradition, the decor has stayed nautical and the walls are lined with related...

65 Macquarie Street, Hobart, TAS 7000

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