The three days we had in Hobart worked out perfectly to include a Saturday morning at the Salamanca Market. All 3 of us enjoyed browsing the stalls in the beautiful sunshine and purchases included Tasmanian devil hand puppet, the cutest little ugg boots and jam doughnuts.
We spent a morning at MONA, the Museum of Old and New Art. Catching the ferry across the water was a relaxing way to arrive (particularly when little miss slept the whole time both directions) and the art inside certainly captures your attention.
Honey Badger Dessert Cafe. On a cold autumn day. this was the perfect spot to stop for a hot chocolate and a brownie. Yum! And being conveniently located to Nant distillery meant I could sneak in a second visit the next day while Mike was having a whiskey tasting.
At about 4pm on our last day in Hobart we headed up the top of Mount Wellington which overlooks the city. It was a little chilly so we all rugged up, including our little abominable snow girl. The views were phenomenal!
With darkness starting to fall we headed back down the mountain but decided to pull over at the first car park to enjoy the view a little longer. When it started raining we headed back up the mountain and, sure enough, it was snowing! We left little miss in the car and stepped outside into the falling snow. Snow is very exciting for us Melbournians. ;)