Europcar Hobart City Car Rental

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Europcar Hobart City Car Rental
112 Harrington Street
Hobart 7000 Tas

Other Car Depots Located in Hobart City

Thrifty Hobart City Depot
11- 17 Argyle Street
Hobart Tas 7000

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Hobart at a Glance

The capital of the Australian island state of Tasmania, Hobart is a picturesque city built on the Derwent River mouth. Its population of 200 000 people enjoy a relaxed existence in their multi cultural city which has the beautiful Mt Wellington as a backdrop. With so much to do here you can fill a thousand holidays, but if you feel the need to travel further afoot in Tasmania then do so in comfort and style with a hire car from Rent New Cars!

Ideas for Visitors to Hobart
  1. Battery Point is Hobart's oldest and most historic suburb. Its ancient architecture is depictive of the early days of settlement here, so prepare for a journey back in time as you stroll around the ancient boat yards and the cosy fishing villages.
  2. For a relaxing and shady retreat you can't go past the Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, located in the centre of the city. The gardens are home to one of the largest and oldest collections of plants in the country, and there are guided tours you can take around them.
  3. Salamanca Place is at the heart of the entertainment scene in Hobart, and there are numerous restaurants and bars here that really come alive in the evenings. Every Saturday there is a weekly market here with arts, crafts and produce from all over the state.
  4. The Derwent River is wide and smooth flowing, and there are lots of activities undertaken on it. Fishing, canoeing and kayaking are popular, as are evening cruises with a drink in hand. There are numerous barbeque areas scattered up and down its banks as well.
  5. Seven Mile Beach is a quiet suburb to the east of town that is perfect for a relaxing break away from all the hustle and bustle. The beach is long and sandy with large sand dunes, and is perfect for swimming, horse riding and other beach activities.