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Iconic street with a marvellous surviving row of old warehouses that are now home to bars, cafes, restaurants and art galleries. Salamanca is the starting point for any stroll around Sullivan's Cove, and the centre of food and drinking nightlife in Hobart.
15 minutes drive to the entertainment hub of Hobart. Importantly, you can then easily drive back to rural luxury and not be kept up all night by booming bass lines!
Book a tour at Salamanca Walk and find out all about Hobart's colonial convict past, Davis Park & Parliament.
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