Servcorp Hobart Ref #12568
This attractive business centre is situated within an impressive heritage listed building, which is a premier office tower nestled in the heart of Hobart's Central Business District. The centre offers sweeping waterfront views over Franklin Square an...
From $850 i
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Office Earth Virtual Offices Hobart Hobart Ref #8856
Having researched the virtual offices in Australia, this has been made the leading package on the market. As the demand for Virtual Offices continues to rise in multiple locations, OfficeEarth are always in the process of expanding and enhancing thei...
From $39 i
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Melville House Business Centre Hobart Ref #4603
Centrally located - 5 minutes walk from the Hobart GPO.On site car parking - free for tenants.Virtual Offices $110 per month
Based on your needs, I will arrange for you to view (in person or via video-call) a customised shortlist of properties. Our service is free and we will negotiate the best price for you.
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Hobart is the capital of the Australian state of Tasmania. The city is located in the south-east and is near Mount Wellington. It is the oldest state capital in Australia, after Sidney. Hobart is situated along the Derwent River. The residents are known as Hobartians. Hobart is the administrative and financial centre of the state of Tasmania and serves as a port for Antarctic operations.
Hobart serves as the connection to the Antarctic and many industries revolve around expeditions. Other important industries include ship building, beer brewing, and tourism. The wine industry has experienced growth in Hobart. There are many vineyards outside of the city in the Coal River Wine Region and D’Entrecasteaux Channel; including the Moorilla Estate at Berriedale one of the most awarded vineyards in Australia. Cadbury’s has a chocolate factory in Hobart and there are many locations for office space in the city.
Being the second oldest city in Australia, Hobart has many historic buildings and suburbs, displaying Georgian and Victorian architecture. Points of interest include the Salamanca Market, the old area Battery Point, the Botanical Gardens, the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, the Maritime Museum of Tasmania, the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, the Theatre Royal, Cascade Brewery, and Mount Wellington. Hobart has a variety of restaurants that are mainly concentrated in Salamanca and North Hobart. Customs House Restaurant is the place to go for modern Australian cuisine, Ethos serves tapas, Suwan is a popular Thai restaurant, and HeartFood caters for Vegetarians. A visit to Hobart is not complete without trying the freshly caught fish, especially the deep-sea Trevalla. Mures Fish Centre offers a wide selection of fresh seafood.
Reaching Hobart by plane is simple, as it is located 15 km (9 miles) from Hobart International Airport with regular transfers to the city centre via shuttle bus, taxi or by taking the metro from the Cambridge stop. The airport is serviced by airlines such as Qantas, Jetstar, Virgin Australia, and Tiger Airways. Getting around Hobart is possible by car and on the reliable public buses. Visitors may opt for biking or walking instead as special pathways cater well to both.
Prices typically are all-inclusive of utilities costs, broadband, meeting room access, and are exempt from business rates (package varies per office).