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Explore Hobart in the 1960s with a tour of the Port of Hobart featuring ferry travel on the Empress of Australia. Also includes the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race, Cat and Fiddle Arcade, Mt Wellington and Nutgrove Beach. A TasFilm Production made for the Marine Board of Hobart Director: Don Anderson Photography: Peter McKinley and Don Anderson Editor: Anthony Gibb Sound: Harry Lloyd Executive Producer: Lindo Taylor Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office: Films - Port of Hobart (1966) - (sound and colour) 13 minutes 59 seconds (Reference: AB869/1/2185) TAHO images may be freely used for research or private study purposes. They may also be shared on private websites or blogs. When using or sharing the images please ensure that a clear attribution is included. For commercial use, please c...
Hobart, capital of Tasmania, located on the River Derwent off the coast of Australia. Salamanca Place, old sandstone warehouses host galleries and cafes, and a popular market is held on Saturdays. Nearby is Battery Point, a historic district with narrow lanes and colonial-era cottages.
http://www.expedia.com/Hobart.d6052485.Destination-Travel-Guides When you first arrive in Hobart, you may not be aware that you’re exploring a former prison. This onetime penal colony is located between Mount Wellington and Port Hobart, and features a number of exquisite colonial buildings in breathtaking natural surroundings. There’s a variety of things to do within the city, so chow down on seafood from a waterfront restaurant before stopping by one of the galleries built into old whale oil warehouses. Don’t forget to check out the Hobart Theatre, a must-see on any Hobart tour. This structure was built by convicts brought to Australia in the 19th century, and it still hosts live performances today. Hobart sightseeing will no doubt include the Maritime Museum, which celebrates Hobart’s...
The Ocean going tug Toll Osborne arriving at Port Adelaide, towing the barge Toll Hobart with components of the new air warfare destroyers fom Newcastle, NSW, to the Australian Submarine Corporation at Osborne. They were met by the Port Adelaide tug Burra at the breakwater. 21/09/2012.
Australia’s new Marine National Facility research vessel Investigator has departed Singapore and is on the way to its home port of Hobart in Tasmania, Australia. Video transcript available here: http://www.csiro.au/news/transcripts/YouTubeTranscripts/2014/Sep/RVInvestigator.htm