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Hobart

Introduction of Hobart

Horbart is the capital city of Tasmania, the largest city in the state.

The south-northwest side of Hobart is surrounded by Wellington Mountain (Mount Wellington), only to the east facing the sea. Wellington Mountain, with a top altitude of 1270 meters, has a way to the top of the mountain, standing on the top of the view mountain, through binoculars can see not only the whole tower island, but also the South Pacific island country of New Zealand. Here winter peak love silver wrapped, snow-capped, is a good place to ski, summer mountains in the vast forest sea, waterfalls, is a resort for mountaineering activities.

Hobart has a long history and is the second oldest city in Australia after Sydney. Now Hobart is the economic of Tasmania, culture, transportation center, the main industrial sectors are metal smelting, steel casting, papermaking, textile, printing and dyeing, chemical fertilizer, wood, meat processing, fruit processing and so on. Hobart, with 10, 000 tons of ships, is a supply station for ocean-going fleets around the world, as well as railways linked to the north and northwest, and is the intersection of Tasmania's main highway lines.


Monthly weather averages of Hobart

     
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Airport(s) of Hobart

  • Hobart International Airport (Code: HBA)


Visitor centre of Hobart

  • Addr: 16-20 Davey St, Hobart TAS 7000
  • Tel: (03) 6238 4222
Alias:
荷伯特、荷巴特、霍伯特
State:
Tasmania
Population:
209k (2016)

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